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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  • Nimbin Valley Pecans and Rice

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    RICE is not a crop you would immediately associate with the Northern Rivers, but back in 2007, Goolmangar famer Frank Boyle decided he’d give it a go. Using a dryland variety, which relies on natural rainfall rather than flooded paddy fields, he and wife Andrea took a

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  • In season: Spring

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  • Shopping for sustainability

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    THE recently released IPCC report Climate Change and Land,  found agriculture and food production are major drivers of climate change, accounting for somewhere between one-quarter and one third of global greenhouse missions.  Two big recommendations to come out of the report are that we need to change

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  • Nimbin Valley Pecans and Rice

    RICE is not a crop you would immediately associate with the Northern Rivers, but back in 2007, Goolmangar famer Frank Boyle decided he’d give it …
  • Shopping for sustainability

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    Packaging their eggs in recycled plastic was a brave decision for egg farmers Jodie Viccars and Fabian Fabbro of Woodland Valley Farm. Despite having done …

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