As the grand opening draws closer, Origins Market is calling on like-minded artisans and produce vendors to join the indoor market hub. Pitched as an experiential hub “unlike any other in Western Australia”, the space is set to act as an incubator for emerging creatives, farmers, producers, winemakers and artisans that define the region. Featuring more than 100 stalls showcasing creations including microbrewery, distilling, tastings, long-table dining and demonstrations, leases are sitting at 70 per cent. Curator Louise Cashmore has put the call out for like-minded vendors who would flourish in the busy market atmosphere. “Origins is not like anything else seen before in WA — we aim to be a destination in our own right and will provide a complete food experience,” she said. “We are taking the traditional market to the next level and Origins will feature ... an incubator kitchen that will allow vendors and local start-up businesses to create produce, ready meals, sauces and more for a small daily rental fee. “It will reduce food miles and allow them to run their entire business from Origins.” Goat farmer Cath Miller will be bringing her Kaloorup Capricopa Farm products to market, combining her fresh goats’ milk with Wulara olive oil to create beautiful soaps and natural body products. Origins Market launches in November.