Lastest Farm Tour

Everest Farm


Local farmer Matt Everest always looks forward to winter. The weather is mild, pests are fewer and it’s a nice time to be outdoors picking, planting and looking after the crops. “It’s my favourite time of year,” he said. It’s also the most productive season on his […]

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Radiance Kitchen dumplings


Dexter Chou and Linda Hung have perfected the art of making gluten-free dumplings. “The best dumplings I’ve ever tasted,” is how celebrity chef and naturopath Janella Purcell describes them, and she is not the only one who raves about these delicious snacks served at Linda and Dexter’s […]

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Healthy hemp


The recent decision to legalise hemp as a food in Australia was the news Paul Benhaim had waited 17 years for. Well known for kicking off the UK hemp food industry when he created the first ever hemp seed snack bar, Paul moved to Australia in 1999 […]

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Byron Spice Palace


Duska Jefed and Rob Cullinan have always been keen to keep their food miles low. Since they started their farmers market stall Byron Spice Palace nine years ago, the ingredients for their fresh seasonal dips and sauces have always been sourced direct from local farmers at the […]

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Le Chop


Camphor Laurel may be recognised as a weed on the Northern Rivers, but the timber from these trees is a woodworkers dream, says Lawrence Clain. “As a timber it’s quite amazing. It’s not as hard as a hardwood and not as soft as say, pine, so it […]

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The Indonesian Kitchen


Every Friday, Mullumbimby local Tim Eichler orders a serve of corn fritters from the Indonesian Kitchen stall at the Mullumbimby Farmers Market. “They’re just the best, it’s that simple. No one makes them quite the same,” he said. Also known as Dadar Jagung, corn fritters are a […]

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McMahon’s organic apples


Late last year, the two big supermarket chains announced that they would no longer be selling apples with an added coat of wax. The move was a response to customer demand for a more ‘natural’ product, they said. Unwaxed apples were ‘as nature intended’, said a statement […]

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Blue lotus Liz


Blue lotus flowers not only look and smell good. They can also soothe and moisturise your skin, take the edge off anxiety and can even be used to decorate your birthday cake. This aquatic flower has a myriad of uses, and Liz Lualdi is more than happy […]

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Food adventures


When was the last time you tried a new food? We’re not talking a new flavour of chips here, or a new brand of biscuits, but a new fruit or vegetable? Most of us tend to be pretty conservative when it comes to our food choices – […]

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Healthy gut, healthy you


Lose weight, look better, feel happier. If your New Year’s resolutions included any (or all) of the above, then 2017 is the year to start taking care of your gut. Your gut has a huge influence on your overall health. An imbalance or lack of certain gut […]

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Recent news

  • Picone Exotics

    The return of Picone Exotics to the local farmers markets is always a sure sign summer is on the way. The stall, run by Tyagarah …
  • GYO Lunchbox 2017

    The Mullumbimby Farmers Market Grow Your Own Lunchbox Challenge is back! Now in its third year, the Lunchbox Challenge sees local schools come together at …

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