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Looking for the real Northern Rivers market experience? Then head down to the Mullumbimby Markets this Saturday 18 December from 8am till 2pm for a truly local market experience.

As Mullumbimby’s original community market is more than just a market, it is a way for the local community to come together, sell goods, and listen to great local music. This Saturday you will get to enjoy live music by local band Dead Set as you sample the great range of food and stalls.

There’s always a bargain or something special to be found at Mullum Markets. Photo Ken Robertson

‘We have a lot of new stalls at the market, a real mixture, there are new and pre-loved clothing, jewellery stalls, pottery stalls, new food stalls that ensure some great Christmas shopping,’ said Susan Tsicalas who helps organise the markets.

The Mullum Market is located on the corner of Stuart and Myocum Streets Mullumbimby at the site of the Brunswick Valley Museum and takes place under lovely shade trees.

‘Not only do you get to enjoy a truly local market but you also get to explore local history at the museum as well,’ said Ms Tsicalas.

According to many locals this market with one of the best local vibes and has a warm, welcoming all-inclusive experience for everyone.

Market visitors are asked to keep their dogs at home.

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