Capital Region Farmers Market

The Capital Region Farmers Market is Canberra’s real farmers market. As the largest farmers market in the Canberra Region, the Market is as authentic as can be and is always a hive of bustling activity. What makes the Market even better? As a project of the Rotary Club of Hall, all funds raised from Market go directly back into the community. We guess you can call us marketers marketing markets!

We’ve helped market the Market to grow, focusing our efforts on delivering the key messages that the Market is real, authentic and non-for-profit. We’ve done this by designing and launching a new website, creating video content, integrated advertising campaigns and public relations strategies, as well as developing and distributing a newsletter via email. We’ve also been known to create extra punny written content for their social media channels, assisting to grow their online community to over 15,000 followers across Facebook and Instagram.

In 2020, the Capital Region Farmers Market was able to remain open after being classified as an essential service for the community. Threesides helped CRFM by distributing important communications to ensure the public knew the Market would be open in a safe and responsible way. We also showcased many of the stallholders, and shared stories of their resilience after severe bushfires swept through many of the local regions.

CRFM – Social Media Content Creation, Curation and Community Management

Capital Region Farmers Market celebrates 20 years of supporting the community

Canberra’s favourite farmers Market, Capital Region Farmers Market, celebrates 20 years in 2024, and is getting ready to mark the  occasion with a very special celebration to be held on Saturday 16th March. “Our 20th Birthday is really all about celebrating how much we’ve truly enjoyed being part of and supporting the Canberra community over……

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Capital Region Farmers Market invites Canberra Region schools to apply for grants to
support healthy food and healthy eating

Canberra’s original farmers market, Capital Region Farmers Market, has today launched a new program to support school students and families of the Canberra region and assist in their education on the importance of buying and eating locally grown food. Market Munchies, Capital Region Farmers Market School Grants,  was launched today and makes it possible for……

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Capital Region Farmers Market hits the road for AWAY GAME – for one day only!

Canberra’s much-loved Capital Region Farmers Market is relocating for one day only. “To accommodate the upcoming Spilt Milk Festival, our farmers and food producers are moving from their ‘home ground’ location at Exhibition Park in Mitchell and hitting the road for a one-off ‘Away Game’ at GIO Stadium in Bruce,” said Capital Region Farmers Market……

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Farmers Market to become a swarm of family-friendly activity for World Bee Day on Saturday 21 May — Make your election day outing one to remember

Canberra’s Capital Region Farmers Market is set to become a swarm of family-friendly activities such as face painting and badge making on Saturday May 21 to celebrate World Bee Day. Bees are integral to many of our stallholders’ produce, and the Market would not look the same without out little pollinating pals. The main purpose……

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Design 5

As audiences, platforms and search engines, visual demand grew and evolved, so did we. We brought design services in-house and naturally progressed to a team of marketers who have a good eye for what will work visually for different industries and audiences. ...

Email Marketing 5

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