Welcome to visitors and stallholders for a wonderful family day out at the original Mullumbimby Community Market in the picturesque Summers Park. Come to our next great community market on Saturday 19th June!

Established in 1989 – ours is more than just a market and not like the rest! Mullumbimby Community Market is a buzzing little family festival – a way for the local community to come together and sell goods with great, local Live Music buskers and yummy food. The market is held on the 3rd Saturday of every month from 8am-2pm situated in lovely Summers Park – Corner Stuart & Myokum Streets, Mullumbimby. Get directions.

There’s always a bargain or something special to be found at Mullumbimby Community Market with a range of local Stallholders – artisan clothing, jewellery and home wares, plants, up-cycled and retro stalls, Eco-products, massage, face painting, fresh juices, healing crystals and grassy areas to relax on. No dogs allowed in the park on market day.

According to many locals this market – with one of the best local vibes –  has a warm, welcoming all-inclusive experience for everyone – just 45 minutes from the Gold Coast and 10 minutes to the beach at Brunswick Heads. We welcome new Casual Stallholders so please go to our Book a Stall page and after a few consecutive markets you can apply for a permanent spot! Watch some Market Videos, read our protocols for Weather and Covid plus like us on Facebook to stay up to date.

While you’re at the Market checkout the amazing Brunswick Valley Historical Society Museum that sits at the heart of the market with a treasure trove of local history, plenty of ‘old school’ machinery on hand and displays about how the Valley developed. 100 per cent of the money raised by Mullumbimby Community Market goes towards keeping the museum open and able to continue to tell the local stories from the area. Once people discover the best kept secret in Mullumbimby they are blown away with what they find!

“Mullumbimby Community Market acknowledges
the Traditional Owners of the lands on which we work, play and live
and we pay our respects to Elders past, present and emerging.”

Photos by Ken Robertson