General info

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Opening hours

Every Friday morning 7am-11am rain hail or shine.

Where we are

  • Mullumbimby Farmers Market is held at the Mullumbimby Showground, 51 Main Arm Rd, Mullumbimby.

How to get there

From the Gold Coast/Tweed Heads:

From the Pacific Highway, take the Brunswick Heads/Mullumbimby turn-off onto Gulgan Rd. At the roundabout, take the third exit onto Gulgan Rd. Go through the next roundabout and continue for approximately 2.4 km.

Turn right at Uncle Tom’s Pies onto Mullumbimby Rd and continue for about 3km.

At the first roundabout, you’ll see signs directing you to the market: veer left at the first roundabout onto Burringbar St (the main St of Mullumbimby), turn right at Dalley St , then left at Tincogan St.

Continue until you cross the bridge then turn left onto Main Arm Rd. The entrance to the market is off Chinbible St.


From Byron Bay:

From the Pacific Highway, take the Mullumbimby exit onto Gulgan Rd and follow for 2km. Turn left at Uncle Tom’s Pies onto Mullumbimby Rd and continue for about 3km.

At the first roundabout, you’ll see signs directing you to the market: veer left at the first roundabout onto Burringbar St (the main St of Mullumbimby), turn right at Dalley St , then left at Tincogan St.

Continue until you cross the bridge then turn left onto Main Arm Rd. The entrance to the market is off Chinbible St.

ATM

  • An ATM is available on site.

Dogs

  • The market has a strict no dogs policy due to health regulations. Please leave your dogs at home or tie them up at the entrance.

No smoking

  • Smoking is not permitted within the market.

Parking

  • Ample parking is available at the Showgrounds.  Parking is free, however a gold coin donation is welcome. All donations go toward the upkeep of the Showgrounds.

 

 

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