Sunday 24 November – Our November market is one of the busiest of the year – why?
1) Because people’s minds turn to Christmas shopping and finding that special gift that defines a region such as the Clarence Valley. Yamba River Markets has this in spades, with around 120 stalls.
2) Because pied piper, Moonshiner and all round local music champion Ryan Enns amasses students from schools across the lower Clarence for the annual ‘fun’draising belter of a concert, featuring choirs, soloists, guitars a plenty and sing-along choruses. Prepare to exercise your vocal chords.
3) Because it’s Yamba in late spring and it’s BEAUTIFUL!
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.