Byron Bay Markets
Byron Markets happen the 1st Sunday of each month. It is a truly special event that welcomes everyone from near and far to enjoy the Byron Bay community.
Byron Bay Community market take place in the centre of Byron Bay – spread from Jonson Street, through Railway Park and into the rail corridor. Jonson Street, between Marvell Street and Byron Street is closed to traffic on the first Sunday of each month for the market.
As our Community Markets aim to increase environmental and communal prosperity, each month we feature a local charity to collect donations at the entrances to the market, which gives them a major boost to their fundraising. There are also environmental initiatives in place to ensure waste minimisation and to maximise recycling.
Enjoy live music by local musicians at the Community Market.
More Markets in Byron Bay
Byron Farmers’ Market: Every Thursday 8am – 11am.
This Farmers’ Market has a variety of stalls, some of which are organic, and other which are conventional local producers. The fresh produce available is constantly changing with the seasons; that being said, there are a few products that are available all year round. These range from freshly squeezed sugar cane juice and macadamia nuts, to prime cuts of beef and prawns that have been farmed in Ballina. You will also find kitchen staples, like bread, coffee, honey, and olives.
Byron Twilight Market:(October through April): Saturday Evenings 4 – 9pm
A small night market based in the centre of Byron Bay (Railway Park) showcasing the best of local arts and crafts. This provides a great opportunity for locals and visitors to see what is on offer in the region, and displays the culture and vibrancy of our community. Come along and enjoy some great music as you try the delicious cuisine.
Byron Beachside Market: Held 4 times each year – early January, Easter, July and late September. Open from 8am – 3pm.
The Byron Beachside Market takes place four times a year in early January, Easter, July and late September. The Beachside Market is a ‘make it, bake it, sew it and grow it’ market held on the Byron Bay foreshore east of the Surf Club.