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Sunday 26 April

Dear customers, given the on-going restrictions on public gatherings, our April market will be operated online. We tested the format in March and were delighted with the amount of activity on our Facebook and Instagram channels. It would be great to see even more stallholders sharing details of goods for sale on the day. And we would also like to invite customers to post about items they have purchased via our online market, to lead the way and inspire other buyers.

For a full description of how the online market will work, head to our Facebook page.

Thank you for supporting our stallholders, members of our community for whom the market represents an important source of income.


Thank you for helping us support WIRES!

We hosted T-shirt clearance sale at our Australia Day Yamba River Market and donated $5 from each sale to WIRES. We sold 53 shirts and donated $265 – thank you so much!

The T-shirts are leftovers from Surfing the Coldstream Festival and come in both ladies and men’s fit, in black, charcoal, burgundy and white. The shirt sports the festival logo and is a timeless surf and music-themed classic.

There are still a few left. If you would like to grab one of these ‘collectors edition‘ T-shirts (not my words, but a happy customer’s!), then get in touch by emailing [email protected] and I’ll ring you back to discuss what’s on offer and how to get it to you.


Volunteer at the markets

Volunteers at the markets enjoy giving something back to their community…and the free coffee and camaraderie ain’t bad either! Interested? Get in touch…

Perform at the markets

Are you a musician or band interested in playing under our big shade cloth? Musos that connect with our crowd can sell a decent amount of merch. Get in touch…


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.