Byron Bay is renowned for its chill coastal vibe, abundance of cafes and bars, great surf and most of all, its wide range of markets. If you’re hunting for the best market to suit your tastes look no further! From local fresh food produce to artisan treasures, we've compiled the ultimate list on the top Byron Bay market experiences.
Byron Bay Artisan Market
Each Saturday night in Summer you will find a showcase of local arts and crafts at Railway Park between 4pm and 9pm. Discover the talents of local artists with beautiful hand made items to add to your home (or caravan)! These markets run from late October to the last Saturday before Easter.
Byron Farmers Markets
Arguably the most popular market in the Byron region, the local farmers market is open every Thursday between 7 am – 11 am the Cavanbah Centre on Ewingsdale Road. With a shuttle bus operating from the main bus stop on Jonson Street in town from 7:30am, discover an abundance of fresh produce from fruit and vegetable to poultry and meats, pickles and coffee. Seriously, this farmers market does not disappoint.
Byron Bay Community Market
With 370 stalls you definitely won’t leave this market empty handed. From fresh produce and food trucks for a feed, to high quality handmade jewellery, furniture and skin care products, you could leave with a whole new house full of products.
The Byron Bay Community Market is held each Sunday at Dening Park on the Main Beach Foreshore, Byron Bay, with two special summer markets on the 3rd Sunday of the month in December and January as well.
Brunswick Heads Markets
15 minutes north of Byron, Brunswick Heads has a great market the first Saturday of every month. Brunswick Heads Markets are located in Memorial park and a trip to the market is the perfect excuse to explore the town as well as the river and beaches. You’ll find a mix of local and imported goods at this market – from plants, hand made pottery, to an awesome takeaway breakfast and coffee!
Byron Flea Market
For the funky stuff you need to head to the Byron Flea Market. Held on the second Saturday of the month, you'll find this thrifty market in the parklands behind the Byron Bay Library. Known as the local go to for creative folk, many say the Byron Flea Market is a trip in time to the Byron Bay of 25 years ago.
If you’re planning to explore the markets in Byron Bay then check into our Clarkes Beach Holiday Park. Just down the road you’ll find our three locations at Brunswick Heads – Terrace Reserve Holiday Park, Massy Greene Holiday Park and Ferry Reserve Holiday Park.
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