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Wild Oats Community Farmers Market

Western outskirts of Sedgefield corner N 2 Jan van Riebeeck Street, Sedgefield, Knysna 6573, South Africa
+27 82 376 5020
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A Saturday must.

This Saturday market has become quite an institution in Sedgefield. Huge range of eats to satisfy... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
Deon A
Port Elizabeth, South Africa
via mobile
Best place for local produce.

It is worth waiting for the once a week market at Sedgfield to browse and buy select local produce... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Pretoria, South Africa
via mobile
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Wild Oats is a local farmers and food market open every Saturday morning until 12 noon. We are located on the western outskirts of Sedgefield at the turnoff to Sedgefield Island. An award winning Garden Route landmark we are not to be confused with the Scarab Craft Market to the far east of Engen Petrol Station or the Mosaic Flea Market across the road from Wild Oats. As a food market, our open times are limited due to the short shelf-life of many of our LOCALLY PRODUCED products which include: Free-range chicken, beef, pork and lamb, free-range eggs, multiple cheese, dairy and baked products including fresh gouda, cheddar, blue-cheeses... milk, fresh fish, fruits, free-range & organic vegetables in season, many traditional and exotic bottled goods, organic olives, berries, rusks, koeksisters, biltong & wors, famous artisan breads, award-winning cheesecakes and goats cheeses... and on and on and on. Also a fabulous range of hot-off-the-grill breakfasts, coffees, teas and fresh-squeeze juices and smoothies. FOOD HEAVEN! Come face-to-face with our local food producers every Saturday morning, come rain or shine.
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Western outskirts of Sedgefield corner N 2 Jan van Riebeeck Street, Sedgefield, Knysna 6573, South Africa
+27 82 376 5020
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

This Saturday market has become quite an institution in Sedgefield. Huge range of eats to satisfy any breakfast hunger pangs. Also fresh farm produce and seafood. Definitely a Sat morning must do.

Thank Deon A
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

It is worth waiting for the once a week market at Sedgfield to browse and buy select local produce. Farm fresh vegetables, flowers and a variety of homemade goodies. Go early for breakfast treats and a choice of coffees. Afterwards there are interesting craft stalls...More

Thank MikeMouse2910
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Here locals and visitors come to buy there fresh produce, have a nice breakfast or just enjoy each other's company. Many many wonderful food and fresh products for sale. Wonderful atmosphere under the trees. A little cool in winter, but just dress warmly and have...More

Thank 907elizes
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We visit this market regularly. The fresh produce, cheeses, meats, etc are great and the selection of foods to eat for breakfast is almost overwhelming, from oysters and wine to full English breakfasts. The locals are very relaxed, there is live music and it really...More

Thank chez2017
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Although Sedgefield may be off the beaten track compared to nearby popular towns, this market is worth the drive. One of the better markets around with great fresh produce and food, reasonably priced. Also pet friendly.

Thank GaryvE
Reviewed 21 August 2017

I visit this market over many years and it is the highlight of my road trip(this was the 13th year I visited this market on a road trip, apart from many other visits to this market too). Every time it is a joy! The lovely...More

Thank Prof. Elain V
Reviewed 19 August 2017 via mobile

Only open on Saturday from 08 00 to 12 00 I guess. Lovely vibes. If you want to experience some local atmosphere, it's the place to stop by. Parking available. Some good food.

Thank Ritesh_Boochia
Reviewed 17 August 2017 via mobile

a must stop and on the to do list fantastic atmosphere and good variety of eats and friendly stall holders have been here over 10 times and always look to go back try the cheese cake at a chap called aidan lot of good food...More

Thank Razz2924
Reviewed 7 August 2017

I have never seen such a great market, fresh salmon, snoek, olives, preserved figs, fresh vega and fruits, oysters, biltong rusks, jams, hertzoggies, cheese devils😀 Flowers, freshly squeezed juice to name but a few! This was a fantastic experience, spent too much money but sooo...More

Thank lkoekemoer
Reviewed 5 August 2017 via mobile

A wonderful Saturday experience. A relaxed market with fresh produce, a variety of food, cheese, beverages. Bring along a carry bag!

Thank KarenKay41
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26 January 2017|
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Response from wildoatsmarket | Property representative |
Wild Oats is open every Saturday morning, come rain or shine, in summer from 7.30-12 noon and in winter, 8.00-12 noon. As a dedicated producers market, our vendors are busy organising, growing and preparing their goods... More
Maureen D
20 December 2016|
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Response from wildoatsmarket | Property representative |
Awesome review, thank you!
25 May 2016|
Response from dogstarpieface |
Sorry to disappoint but Wild Oats is operating each Saturday morning only on the Garden Route with all local food producers and farmers. Come visit!