Byron Bay Community Market

The Byron Bay Community Market is held on the first Sunday of each month. It brings together 300 stalls, selling everything from global foods to crafts, plus a featured face painter and busker.

Byron Twilight Market

The Byron Twilight Market is a smaller (but no less fun) version of the monthly event. It takes place every Saturday from October to May at 4 pm, with a special focus on arts and crafts. Browse stalls that sell jewelry, leather products, clothing, and accessories. Live music will be performed.

Byron Farmers Market

The Byron Farmers Market was started in 2002 by a few local farmers. They wanted to be able to sell their produce to the public directly. Here’s where you can begin with your picnic basket.

Byron Beachside Market

The Byron Beachside Market is held quarterly during NSW school holidays. It focuses on those who ‘ make and bake.’ Expect to see lots of original artwork, ceramics, and textiles from local artists, as well as fashion and crafts. Live music is also available, as are some of the area’s most renowned health and wellness practitioners.

Ballina Farmers Market

The Ballina Farmers Market, a local favorite, is the perfect place to buy fresh fruits, vegetables, and other products directly from the grower. Or, enjoy breakfast under a shaded tree while listening to live entertainment by the Richmond River. Every Sunday, customers have the opportunity to speak directly with farmers about their products and methods.

Bangalow Market

Bangalow Market is one of the prettiest markets around. The outdoor markets take place on the fourth Sunday of each month. They are made even more beautiful by the presence of 11 huge camphor trees that provide shade and create a magical forest atmosphere. The market profits are also distributed on a monthly basis to Bangalow Community Groups.

Mullumbimby Farmers Market

Every Friday, from 7 am until 11 am, the Mullumbimby Farmers Market continues to showcase Mullum in all its vibrant glory. Enjoy organic coffee, music, and crepes while sitting under the fig trees at the foothills of Mt Chincogan. The market also has a special play area for children and hosts workshops and other events throughout the entire year.

Channon Craft Market

The Channon Craft Market is Australia’s oldest arts and crafts market. It can be reached by driving 45 minutes west from Byron Bay. This extravaganza, which features more than 250 stalls, is held on the second Sunday of the month. It’s set amidst a tranquil setting surrounded by mountains and rainforest.

Lennox Head Community Market

The Lennox Head community market has been held in Lennox Head, Australia, since the 1980s. It is a popular event for all ages and an important part of the local community. The market is held on the second Sunday and (if applicable) the fifth Sunday at Williams Reserve behind the main road. Expect food, shopping, and live music.

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