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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  • Monty’s

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    Many Northern Rivers locals would know the name Monty’s. Their eye-catching stall with its colourful dried fruit flats, fruit ice blocks and ice creams, jams and fresh strawberries, is a local landmark on the Tweed Valley Way at Tumbulgum and a familiar sight at local markets around

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  • In season: Spring

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    PEACHES AND NECTARINES The warmer weather has seen the first of the stone fruit arrive at the farmers markets. Garry Rodgers, of the Honey Wagon has yellow and white flesh nectarines and yellow flesh peaches, which will be available at the market over the next few weeks.

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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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    Many Northern Rivers locals would know the name Monty’s. Their eye-catching stall with its colourful dried fruit flats, fruit ice blocks and ice creams, jams …
  • 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

    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 …

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