What’s On

Spring is here!

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The Northern Rivers is blessed with a climate that allows many food plants to grow year-round, but spring is the still the time when local veggie patches really explode with life. Plants that have been slow-growing over winter suddenly take off, and warmer days and nights mean […]

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Plastic straws suck

Nora, Daan and Peter Brils of Jungle Juice are reducing plastic waste by offering their customers reusable bamboo straws, glass bottles and coconut shell bowls.

The average plastic drinking straw is used for just 20 minutes before it’s thrown away. Straws are one of the most commonly found pieces of plastic pollution in our oceans and contribute to the deaths of hundreds of thousands of marine animals each year. As owners of […]

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Let’s go plastic free!

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It’s staggering to think that in the last half of the 20th century more than one billion tonnes of plastic has been produced. Every piece of this plastic remains somewhere on the Earth today. Plastic has become a major threat to the health of our planet, particularly in […]

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Cold and flu fighters

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With winter here, it’s a great time to charge your immune system with some cold and flu fighting foods. Try some of this local goodness, available at the market: CITRUS: Vitamin C rich oranges, lemons and mandarins are in season locally and available in abundance at the farmers […]

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Loving the ‘rejects’

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Australia’s best tasting bananas are grown right here on the North Coast, but you’re unlikely to find them on the big supermarket’s shelves. Third generation Burringbar banana grower Lance Powell says despite their beautiful flavour, local bananas don’t have ‘the look’ supermarkets insist on, and are rejected […]

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Make mum’s day

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The farmers market may not be the first place you’d think to visit when shopping for a Mothers Day gift, but you’d surprised by just how many treasures you can find at the Mullumbimby Farmers Market. Alongside all the fresh fruit and vegies, there are a whole […]

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Good Friday market

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WHETHER you’re spending time with family, having guests for the weekend, heading to Bluesfest, or staying at home away from the holiday crowds, the Mullumbimby Farmers Market has everything you need to get through the Easter long weekend. The Good Friday market is always plenty of fun, […]

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School holiday fun

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Enjoy the fresh air, fresh food and fun at the Mullumbimby Farmers’ Markets these school holidays. Get the kids outdoors and fire up their creativity in our dedicated kid’s space, the Kiddie’s Plot, where we’ll a whole host of free activities including recycled and nature-based crafts, and […]

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Market CANCELLED tomorrow Friday 31st March

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Apologies to all our loyal customers but it would be irresponsible to go ahead when the authorities are asking everyone to stay off the roads and stay at home. This is an extreme condition, there are high level of flooding already. The picture is of the showground […]

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Rural Women’s Award

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A project that could help realise the full potential of Australia’s bush food industry has earned Mullumbimby Farmers Market stallholder, Rebecca Barnes, a place in the finals of the NSW-ACT Rural Women’s Award. Rebecca is one of four finalists in the running for the award, which will be […]

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