Local markets offer fresh coffee with a smile across the region.
Local markets offer fresh coffee with a smile across the region. Javier Encalada

What markets are on this weekend?

WITH Christmas Day and New Year's Day happening on a Sunday, we contacted some local markets organisers to check on any changes.

  • Ballina Farmers Market: Will re-open on New Year's Day at Missingham Bridge.
  • Bangalow Farmers Markets: These markets are not taking a break and will be open on Saturday, December 31, and January 7.
  • Blue Knob Farmers Markets: The market is open throughout Christmas and New Year every Saturday. The Blue Knob Cafe will be but the Blue Knob Gallery is closed from until Thursday, January 5, 2017
  • Brunswick Heads Markets: Next regular markets on Saturday, January 7, at Fawcett St.
  • Byron Beachside Markets: Special market on Wednesday, January 4, from 8am to 3pm.
  • Byron Farmers Markets: These markets are not taking a break and will be open in Byron Bay on Thursday, January 5.
  • Byron Community Market: Special market on Monday, January 2, from 8am to 3pm at Butler Reserve. This special Monday market will replace the usual Sunday market.
  • Kyogle Farmers Markets: Open every Saturday, including December 31, from 8am to 12 noon at Stratheden St, Kyogle.
  • Lismore Carboot Markets: Next markets on Sunday, January 1.
  • Lismore Produce Markets: The markets are coming back to Lismore CBD on Thursday, January 5.
  • Mullum Farmers Markets: Will be open every Friday, 7am to 11am.
  • New Brighton Farmers Market: Open every Tuesday including January 3 from 8am to 11am. 
  • North Coast Village Markets: Closed until March 11, 2017, then return to the first Saturday of each month in Brunswick Heads.
  • Uki Farmers Markets: Closed on December 31. Opens again on January 7. 

To correct any details that might have changed from this list, please email news@northernstar.com.au.



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