Saturday 27th August 1-4pm

Gather with us and celebrate our wonderful community while we enjoy live music, great local food, superb wine, cider, beer and much more.

Live Music

For this event we have some fantastic musical talent on stage:


Our local producers and kitchens will have plenty of exciting things to eat :

  • Barfold Olives
  • Cooking with Koji
  • Duang’s Cooking School
  • Firebean Coffee Roasters
  • Goldfields Farmhouse Cheese
  • Goodness Flour
  • Nug Nuts
  • Quartz Valley Quail
  • Wondermazing Honeybees
  • Vegan Heaven Foods

Market Stalls

Maybe you’ll find a gift or something for the dinner table at one of our many market stalls? :

  • Castlemaine Seedlings
  • Gung Hoe Growers
  • Harcourt Ridge Farm
  • Husk and Harvest
  • Lotte Schwertdfeger
  • Loose Leaf Tea
  • LM Studio
  • Mr Squidgy
  • Peerick Wines
  • The Spice Mistress

At the Bar

The HPA bar will be offering a good cross section of the libations produced localy. Join us for a drink and maybe have the opportunity to meet the producer:

  • Henry of Harcourt Cider
  • Loveshack Brewing
  • Harcourt Cider
  • Shedshaked Brewing
  • Maison Lapalus
  • Boomtown Wine
  • Twisted Snake Distillery

Note: The above listing is indicative only. Circumstances can get in the way and vendors can cancel at short notice.

The place where Gather Harcourt will be held, and on which a majority of the food people will enjoy is produced, is Jaara country. The Dja Dja Wurrrung are the Traditional Owners of this place. We thank them for the care they have taken of Country and we pay our respects to their Elders, past, present and emerging.

Would you like to get involved?

There a number of ways you can get involved in this exciting event:

  • Volunteer as event staff to support visitors and the operation of the event on the day
  • Take a market stall and sell your wares. To do so download the form and email it to
  • Have you drinks stocked at the bar

If you are interested in any of this, please email

Press :

  • One of the objectives of this event is to celebrate the rich diversity of food and drink and creative artisans in our region recognising Bendigo’s UNESCO City of Gastronomy designation.
  • This event is similar the Harcourt Twilight Market – we plan to run seasonal celebrations across the year

Please Note :

  • Lists of music performers, stall holders, food vendors and market stalls are subject to change at short notice