Mullumbimby Farmers’ Market, every Friday morning 7am-11am,  is where you’ll see Mullum at its colourful best.
Since its opening in 2010, the market has become the gathering spot for Mullumbimby’s vibrant community, re-inventing the age old tradition of a community market meeting place.
Set under magnificent fig trees in the lush foothills of Mt Chincogan, it’s a wonderful place to shop for fresh produce, meet with friends, enjoy a market brekkie and local coffee, and soak up the fun and friendly vibe.
There’s live local music each week, plus a dedicated kid’s space to keep the little ones entertained. The market also hosts regular workshops and special events throughout the year.
The market is a not for profit organisation, which means every dollar you spend goes toward supporting local farmers, the community and a more sustainable future.

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  • Byron Broth

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    Our grandmother’s knew it – a steaming bowl of chicken soup will cure just about anything. Trouble is, most of us don’t have the time to make soup like grandma used to. Instead of leaving the bones to cook for hours and creating a nourishing stock, we […]

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  • In season – July

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    MANDARINS Who doesn’t love a mandarin? These little fruit have to be one of the most convenient snack foods around. Just grab and go for your handbag or the kids lunchboxes – easy to peel and there’s no mess because the fruit is already broken into those […]

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  • Cool cabbage

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    Cabbage used to get a bit of a bad rap, probably because of those memories we have of it as an overcooked, soggy and lifeless vegetable served to us by our parents or grandparents. But forget about all that, because like its cousin cauliflower, cabbage is cool […]

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  • Byron Broth

    Our grandmother’s knew it – a steaming bowl of chicken soup will cure just about anything. Trouble is, most of us don’t have the time …
  • Cool cabbage

    Cabbage used to get a bit of a bad rap, probably because of those memories we have of it as an overcooked, soggy and lifeless …

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