Byron Community Market 2016
1st Sunday Monthly + 3rd Sunday in Dec & Jan
PLEASE NOTE : JANUARY 2017 market will be held on MONDAY 2nd January
Sunday Market: Sunday 6 November 8am-3pm The Market is on
Venue: Butler Street Reserve
Band of the Day: Broadfoot
Featured Buskers: Digera
Charities at the Gates: Wilson’s Creek Public School and Byron Shire Respite Service
Byron Community Markets are a fanfare of colour and music amidst a myriad of exotic flavours & other products. Local art and craft work fill the market site – beautiful things made by people using unusual and natural materials sit side by side with colourful imports from Africa and Asia. Within the diversity of over 300 stalls there is something for everyone.
Upcoming market dates 2016: Sunday 6 November: Sunday 4 December: Sunday18 December: MONDAY 2nd January: Sunday 15 January
Preference is given to local stallholders who make or grow their produce allowing the market to play a valuable role as a business incubator. Throughout the market site over 70% of stalls are filled with the 100% locally made creative delights.
Please note if you live outside the 4 Shires (Byron, Ballina, Lismore and Tweed), the summer markets are very busy and you have little chance of getting a site. If you still wish to register come to the Market ground at 8am on the day, to see if there are any sites left.
The October market is very busy, no applications from outside of the area will be accepted.
click link here for CASUAL STALLHOLDER INFORMATION
FOOD OUTLETS: At present we have a full compliment of food outlets on site. Enquiries must be directed to the market manager via email firstname.lastname@example.org
Download Byron Markets Discussion Paper: Discussion Paper: Byron Bay Community Markets
Each month two local charities collect donations at the entrances to the market, giving a major boost to their fundraising. There are initiatives in place to ensure waste minimisation and maximum recycling. The Centre team is currently working to improve the Market site by planting trees and native plants.