Our Next Seasonal Market – The Spring Edition – The third instalment of these great days for locals.

Coming up on Sunday, October 28th, our third Micro market will run from 8:30AM – through until 3:30PM with our food & beverage offering moving from seasonal fresh market Breakies to international street food for Lunch, Live Music plus the Stone & Wood pop-up. 

Expect – Local growers, producers & artisans, a family-friendly atmosphere, live music. 

Tasty Food, Treats, Coffee, Tea & Seasonal Elixirs. 

View the previous Market Menu & Stay tuned for the Spring Market updates

Our last Market was such a fun day… don’t miss out. 

Here is how the winter market went down:

While we focussed on delivering market fresh breakys, coffee and atmosphere.  A great list of local food producers and food artisans to showcased the Foodie Talent of the Tweed.

Stallholders were

Church Farm General Store – from Billinudgel with their fabulous all natural Sauces and Soaps. 

Green Cauldron Farm from Tyalgum are brought the FULL range of products that they create… including the Schmickly branded : Native collection – Boutique native syrups and deluxe jams, and the world of creative products they create under the branding Bloom Edible Flowers – think marigold salt, and stunning dehydrated blooms to visually enhance your next afternoon cheese plate. 

Deb Allard with her award-winning Burringbar made French-style cheese “Cheeses Loves you”

Donna Harper – with the incredible range of mushrooms – The Witches Broomstick

Tweed Real Food’s Julia was there with her pantry invigorating products – all made in the Tweed.

Dream Fermented foods – a small batch family business – selectively selling at a few local markets each week – Kombucha, Sauerkrauts & an awesome product they have dubbed “Rauce” Raw-Sauce

Mavis’s Market mixed it up a bit with a Market lunch of real Woodfired lamb burgers, Authentic Street Tacos & Chef Pepe’s famous Spanish paella. 

There was Stone & Wood Beer & real fresh old-fashioned fresh lemonade from the cuties who popped up their “old school lemonade stand” 

Music was performed through the whole day by local songstress Kristie Lea.