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Chef Gavin Hughes of The Byron at Byron Resort & Spa will be hosting a farmers market produce tasting tent during the morning, 8–10am.

Three tremendous free events coming up in April for the public at Byron Farmers Market.

Thursday 2 April

Easter will come one day early at the Byron Farmers Market this year. Locals and visitors will be treated to some amazing local produce from the market stallholders.

Chef Gavin Hughes of The Byron at Byron Resort & Spa will be hosting a farmers market produce tasting tent during the morning from 8am till 10am.

For the children, the Easter Bunny will be making a special appearance from 8.30 till 9.30am with some sweet treats in his basket.

Thursday 9 April

Warwick Woodford from Mount Warning Honey will have his small radial extractor and will give a demonstration on how to extract honey. There will be a beehive on show and an interactive demonstration on the fascinating process of how local honey is made.

Crowd participation is encouraged. From 8.30am till 9.30am, Byron Farmers Market in front of his stall.

Saturday 11 April

This time at the Bangalow Farmers Market there’ll be some school holiday fun with chef Gavin Hughes showcasing some of the tasty offerings from Bangalow stallholders. He’ll be looking out for a mini-assistant so pop on down, try some great produce from 8am till 10am.

The Byron Bay Farmers Market operates every Thursday 8–11am at Butler Street Reserve in Byron Bay. The Bangalow Farmers Market operates every Saturday 8–11am behind the Bangalow Hotel.



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