Blue Wren Bakery, made in Pomonal.

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Where you can find us…


Our regular retailers are:

Grampians Store, Pomonal

Moyston General Store

Kerrie’s Kreations, Halls Gap

Wimmera Meat Market, Horsham

Rayners Mini Market Fruit & Veg

We deliver bread Thursdays and Saturdays, with fresh scrolls on Saturdays only. You can also find our pizza bases, crackers and pickles at certain retailers.

Get in touch with your closest retail stockist for details on delivery days, which products they stock or for pre-orders. For any large orders please contact us directly.


Pomonal Village Market – last Sunday of every month. Next market we will be attending will be 30th June 2024.

Stawell Show Market – 1st Sunday of every month, next market 7th July 2024.

Halls Gap Primary School – Sunday at the Halls Gap recreation reserve on the following long weekends for 2024:

10th March

31st March

9th June

3rd Nov

Other markets that we attend:

Pop-up fresh food market – outside the Pomonal Community Hall. Next market 16th June

Willaura Health Care Outdoor Market March 2025

Pomonal Art Show and the Pomonal Flower Show

Our baked goods can be found on the menus and in accommodations around the region too, including:

Paper Scissors Rock Brew Co. in Halls Gap

Flame Brothers Restaurant and Bar, Halls Gap

Pomonal Estate’s Cellar Door, Pomonal

Best’s Wines, Great Western

Mt William Station

Lot’s of Laughter, Nhill

Dominelli & Co, Stawell

Wirreanda Farm, Wedding venue, Pomonal

The Nook on the Hill accommodation, Halls Gap

Hounds Run Vineyard accommodation, Great Western

Stella the Stargazer, the roving tiny home which was in Pomonal April to July 2023

and more!

About us

Blue Wren Bakery is our micro-bakery near the Grampians, with the aim of making tasty sourdough breads and sweets for our community and those passing through.  We focus on using natural fermentation to achieve certain flavours, aromas, texture and quality dependent on the product we’re making or the ingredients we want to highlight. We use a sourdough culture because we want to make our breads using just flour, salt and water, no need for any commercial additives or preservatives.

We are passionate about using as many local ingredients as possible, by working closely with and doing what we can to support our suppliers. We hope to help educate others on what it takes to grow and supply them with their everyday food, and also to promote the idea of re-building a regional grain economy.

If you’d like more information or for any sourdough queries please contact us via email