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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    Over the course of the past few years, fermented foods have moved from the fringe to front and centre. Research into the human microbiome and the importance of good gut bacteria has helped bring ferments like sauerkraut, kimchi and kefir – all of which contain the good […]

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    Blueberries The popular Blueberry Fields stall has just returned to the market with beautiful new season Brooklet-grown blueberries. Get in early for the buckets of seconds as they always sell out quick. Custard apples These knobbly green fruit have a sweet, stewed apple-like taste that is lovely […]

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    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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