Musical guests at the markets this Sunday 28 January, are

The Atoms…

The ebb and flow of the river and the community vibe of the markets are two aspects of Clarence Valley living that inspire Ian and Avie, the nucleus of The Atoms.

Boosted by an ever-changing energy field of local musos, their songs resonate in local frequencies … the best possible accompaniment to the fresh-cooked food, coffee and myriad market delights.

January 28 – back to usual trading weekend!

After the success of our extra holiday market on 14 January, we’re back to our usual trading day on the 4th Sunday of the month.

The past two markets featured street performers Bendy Em and Dusty Boots in between the live music acts. The response from the crowd has been amazing, so we’re looking to book more of these highly entertaining acts at future markets. If you’re out and about at other markets in northern NSW or south east QLD and you see a great act, let us know – Yamba has a huge crowd waiting!

If you’re a stallholder interested in a casual site for the January 28 market, click the BOOK NOW button to apply. Please note, sites book out quickly and we operate a waiting list for casuals. Regular stallholders who cannot make the January 28 market are requested to advise us of their absence a minimum of one week prior to the market.


2018 market dates

Sunday 25 February – featuring live music from Ulo.

Sunday 25 March – featuring Salty Dogs. Razor sharp 5 piece line up of local musos, including Roland Porath on piano, Adam Wilson on guitar, drummer Terry Gould with singer Marty Robinson, locked into the solid groove of exceptional bassist Tio Moloantoa (Xavier Rudd, Ash Grunwald).

Sunday 22 April – Plunge Festival Stage and Art Market.

A message for dog owners

Ford Park – home to the markets each month – is a dog friendly place, albeit with exclusion zones applicable at certain times.

Specifically, dogs are not permitted within 10m of food preparation and serving areas.

So when bringing your pooch to the markets, which you’re very welcome to do, we ask you to please be considerate and observe the rules.

Keep your dog on the lead and clear of the food stalls and dining area under the large shade cloth.