Local Craft Markets
The local craft markets are a long-standing institution and are held at various locations around the region every weekend. They move week to week, running on a monthly schedule and each location has its own unique atmosphere.
It doesn’t matter which market you are visiting, you’ll find lots of variety and fun. The Byron Bay markets are close to town behind the railway tracks and are quite big. Make sure you pack your sunscreen as the shade is mostly around the eating areas. Bangalow markets are spread around the showgrounds with parking available at the school for a gold coin donation. The stalls sit under the trees making it easy to take a slow stroll as you explore what’s on offer. Up at The Channon you’ll find lots of colour and an alternate approach not only to the markets but to life in general.
The local Farmers Markets have only been running for a few years, but already you have to get in early to get the best produce. With three different locations available at different times during the week, these markets offer a perfect place for you to sample local produce and products that include fruits and veg, meat, eggs, cheeses, nuts, bread and coffee.