Every Tuesday morning food lovers flock to the New Brighton Farmers Market.
Set in a beautiful riverside location just metres from New Brighton’s pristine surfing beaches, the market is a meeting place for the area’s arts-loving community, who come to shop, socialise, chat with the growers and soak up the laid-back North Coast lifestyle.
The market is home to more than 30 farmers and food producers who offer the region’s best and freshest produce: seasonal fruit and vegetables, sourdough bread, eggs, milk, cheeses, tempeh, macadamias, olives, spices, coffee, honey and more.
Relax at a shady table with a cup of freshly brewed local coffee, or enjoy a delicious breakfast prepared with fresh seasonal produce. There’s live music each week, along with regular workshops, cooking demonstrations and the Kiddies Plot; a weekly kids space with free art and craft activities.
The market is a not-for-profit organisation, which means every dollar you spend goes toward supporting farmers, the local community and a more sustainable future.

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    Oysters. You either love them with a passion, or shudder at the very idea. Noel Baggaley, a local oyster farmer of 40 years and confirmed oyster lover, says it can often take a few attempts to get used to the texture and flavour, but once you’re converted, […]

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    Avocados If there’s one thing that always fills our hearts with gladness at this time of year, it’s the beginning of the local avocado season. Local avos have been trickling into the farmers markets for a few weeks now, but they will really be hitting their stride from […]

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    What we eat impacts both our physical and mental health, and the Western diet of highly-processed, high-sugar and high-fat food is being blamed for a myriad of problems from obesity and diabetes, to asthma, dementia, depression and even autism. The sheer volume of processed, nutrient-poor foods available […]

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