Nest hosts a monthly produce and handmade market in the garden of the café in Tumbarumba. Tumut Farmers Markets are held every Friday at the Connection (Cnr of Wynyard and Russell Sts, Tumut) and provide an opportunity to buy the freshest local produce direct from the farmer. Roadside stalls also offer in-season produce across the Snowy Valleys, the most well-know of which are Wilgro Orchards and Mouat’s Farm, both north of Batlow on the road between Tumut and Tumbarumba. Local producers also sell their wares through Simply Wholesome in Tumut, and at the Visitor Information Centres in Tumut and Tumbarumba.View Listings
Tumut Lions Club holds bi-monthly markets, on the 3rd Saturday of the month, at Tumut Railway Precinct. Here you’ll find friendly stallholders offering varieties of goods, handicrafts, and seasonal produce and plants.
Unique gifts can be found at Artists on Parade and Twisted Willow in Tumbarumba, Rustic Creations and Farmgate and Twine in Adelong, the Art of Hair & Mosaic and Inside Out Homestore in Tumut, and High Country Home in Batlow.
Tom’s Outdoors in Tumut can provide local tips for adventurers along with an impressive range of outdoor adventure gear so you can upgrade your kit while you’re visiting. Need a new bike to ride the tracks and trails of the Snowy Valleys? Check out Ground Up Tumut for all your needs. Michelle also organises a Friday morning ladies ride, and has great advice for cyclists new to the area. Hire of all the snow gear you’ll need for your winter escape is available at Go Play Outside Talbingo.
Tumbarumba and Tumut are the main retail centres, and offer a good range of shopping options, including hardware and camping essentials. Supermarkets or general stores are available in most towns and villages, but opening times do vary.
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