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Local Farmers Markets To Visit This Week

16 February, 2022

farmers markets to visit

The Tweed is a region known for its farm-fresh produce having been named Outstanding Region in the Delicious Produce Awards 2021.  The seasonal conditions deliver local picks all-year-round filling market stalls with fresh produce each week.  


The sun peaks through the early morning haze as farmers, bakers, producers and coffee makers prepare their stalls for the morning Murwillumbah Farmers Market. This sunlit market welcomes hatted chefs and aspiring home cooks alike, all living by the ethos of; grow local, buy local, eat local. 

Follow your nose to freshly baked flaky croissants and coffee brewing. Find locally grown and vibrantly coloured fruit and vegetables. Sample assortments of jams, spreads, and sauces, and purchase cheese from local cheesemakers. Fill your bags (and your fridge) with produce from The Tweed.  

Grab a coffee, pastry and enjoy the live music from local and travelling acts. 

When: Every Wednesday 7am – 11am
Where: Murwillumbah Showground, Queensland Rd, Murwillumbah  


Image: Sally Singh Photography


The newest farmers market to call The Tweed home, Duranbah Road Farmers Market is ideally situated on the grounds of Tropical Fruit World. This 500-acre tropical fruit farm gives no illusions to the vast array of exotic produce available at this market. Over 900 different varieties of exotic fruit are grown on-farm making for an interesting and ever-changing market. Not sure how to use that Black Sapote you just picked up? Ask one of the friendly Tropical Fruit World staff for guidance.  

It’s not just funky fruits on offer at the market. Shop direct from the people who grow and make your food from pasta, spices and sourdough, to mushrooms, seafood and fresh flowers. Let the kids run free in the outdoor kids play space while you sip a coffee and enjoy a lime-curd filled donut, tapping your foot to the live music. 

When: Every Saturday 8am – 11am
Where: Tropical Fruit World, 29 Duranbah Rd, Duranbah 


Image: Tropical Fruit World


The tiny yet impactful Tweed Farmers Market is idyllically found by the river at the beautiful Jack Evans Boat Harbour. Frequented mostly by locals ‘in-the-know’, this farmers market offers up wholesome community charm. By the water, you’ll find a small collection of stalls brimming with fresh seasonal produce, local-caught seafood, delicious baked goods and more.  

Bring the whole family (even the pooch), grab your farm-fresh produce, sip locally-grown coffee and enjoy a delicious breakfast while local musicians play.  

When: Every 1st and 3rd Saturday 8am – 12pm
Where: Jack Evans Boat Harbour (next to Twin Towns), Tweed Heads 

Image: Tweed Farmers Market
produce stand at tweed farmers market

Uki Farmers Market

Travel out into The Tweed’s lush hinterland to the Uki Farmers Market. Located in the Uki Hall and spilling out onto the main street, browse stalls of organic farm-grown produce, fresh-baked vegan sweets and local hand-crafted gifts. At this market, you’ll find colourful characters and passionate locals eager to share their town with you. 

While you’re out in Uki, stop into the Uki ArtPost to view local and visiting artists work grabbing a freshly-roasted coffee from Bastion Lane Espresso while you are there. Be sure to check out the quirky local shops and make a visit to an antique and modern furniture store, The Vault, for unique hand-collected pieces.  

When: Every Saturday 8am – 12:30pm
Where: Uki Hall, Kyogle Road, Uki 



Can’t make the markets? Find farm-fresh produce at farm gates lining the roads from coast to hinterland. Shop exotic fruit at Tropical Fruit World’s fruit shop and seasonal produce at Buck’s Farm (check opening hours). Discover the flavours of The Tweed at the local Farmers Market