Harvest Launceston, Community Farmers’ Market, Launceston
(4.4/5 based on 85 reviews on the web)
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  • We had a great time seeing and tasting so much local produce here. Tried some lovely beverages, brownies, jerky, cheese, herbs and more! Loved it! And impressed that every stall we stopped at had eft ...  more »
  • Unless you grab some burgers and beer, for tourists like us, we were in and out within 15mins. It's good to grab some fresh produce from the region provided you intend to do some cooking. Fishes such ...  more »
  • An extensive array of fresh, tasty local produce including many organic options and some tastings. A great location with a community feeling and relaxed vibe. Great for a morning coffee and browse. 
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  • Excellent range of regional produce. And on weekly.
  • Great start to Saturday with a brekkie roll or almond croissant.
  • Terrific range of local foods
  • Great range of local produce and foods and coffee!
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