Bio Organic Farm

Have you ever wondered exactly what ‘certified organic’ means or wanted to show your children exactly how their food is grown? Avi and Zehavit Mishtler  open their

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Blueberry Fields

Blueberry Fields is a family owned blueberry orchard located in the Byron hinterland in northern New South Wales. Otto, Lynette have been growing blueberries on

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Breadicine Woman

Nadia Martin aka Breadicine Woman makes bread for the increasing number of people who are more than gluten intolerant. Nadia is passionate about providing choice

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Caldera Honey

People have recorded eating raw honey for over 40 centuries and Tweed apiarist, Barry McLean, keeps this tradition alive. Barry said “the honey I sell

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Costanzo Apples

If you enjoy fresh, crisp and juicy apples then you will love the apples from the Stanthorpe property of the Costanzo family. The new season

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Crabbes Creek Woodfired

  Jon and Gina bake a mouth watering variety of organic sourdough breads every week. Their specialty loaves with Crabbes Creek’s unique flavours reflect the

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Doggie-Licious

Leanne Anspach owner of Doggie-licious is dedicated to providing the best baked Doggie Bickies using the cleanest and most natural dry products available.  Leanne says

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Esperanza Farm

Corndale is where Jerrod (Jed) and Sana Henderson of Esperanza Farm produce theist pasture raised pork and beef. Jed said that their heritage breed large Black

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Everest Farm

Will Everest is a third generation farmer from a family that selected an 1800 acre farm in Murwillumbah in the early 1900’s.  The youngest of

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Grumpy Grandma Olives

Grumpy Grandma Olives began as Summerland Olives producing award winning olives year in and year out! Since 2006 they have won a series of awards

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Heart and Halo

Heart & Halo began more than ten years ago as a food outlet with the intention of  creating beautiful food cooked and served with love.

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List of produce

Please remember this is a seasonal market and all produce may not be available at this time.

Bread: freshly baked bread including sourdough breads, fruit bread, gluten free bread – made with organic Western Milling flours.
Coffee and Chai tea: freshly ground local coffee; brewed coffee and hot chocolate; freshly brewed chai tea ++
Dairy: Nimbin Valley Diary goats and cows milk, cheeses, kefir and yoghurt.
Eggs:  free range; organic eggs. and open range pastured eggs when available 
Flowers: roses and gerberas + heliconias seasonally.
Fruit: apples, bananas, and various seasonal fruit. Please see seasonal fruit list below.
Herbs: basil, coriander, dandelion, dill, fennel, ginger, galangal, mint, parsley, tumeric and many more.
Honey: Caldera pure, raw honey and beeswax candles.
Meats: pork cuts, beef cuts, sausages, rissoles, mince, chicken.
Nuts: macadamias (raw & roasted – choc coated – honey roasted- oil -butter), Tweed River pecan nuts – pecans in shell and whole kernel.
Olives: table olives, extra virgin olive oil, fresh and dried olives, infused oils, olive spreads, tapenades.
Organic: an extensive variety of fruit and vegetables is always available with three great organic farm stalls.

Salad greens: basil, coriander, chard, a large variety of lettuces incl. fancy lettuce, kang kong (also known as water spinach), kale (cavolo nero, scotch blue and flat kale), microgreens, mixed salad leaves, mizuna, pac choy, parsley, pea sprouts, rocket, spring onions, spinach of many different varieties, and sprouts (variety), tatsoi, watercress.

Seasonal fruit: blueberries paw paw, organic citrus (oranges, lemons, mandarins, fingerlimes), custard apples, dragon fruit, lychees, grapes, mangoes, passionfruit, grapes, cherries, plums, apricots, figs, limes, black passionfruit, raspberries, strawberries, star fruit, chocolate and mamey sapotes, .
Seafood: fresh, locally caught fish.
Seedlings: local organic seedlings and assorted products to assist growth ..
Vegetables: avocado, asparagus, barley greens, beans, bok choy, beetroot, broccoli, cabbage (white and red), capsicum, cauliflower, carrots, celery, celeriac, chillies, corn, cucumber incl (lebanese), eggplant, English spinach, Egyptian spinach, kang kong (water spinach) fennel, onions (brown and white), red onions, leeks, potatoes (sebago, kipfler, desire, velor), pumpkin, radish, silver beet, snow peas, sugar and snap peas, squash, sweet potato, shallots, shelling peas, taro, tomatoes incl.(roma, cherry), zucchini.

Value-added produce:

Cakes and delicacies: various including – baclava , baked custard pies, Danish pastries and croissants ..
Chutneys and sauces: apple, tamarind & date and tomato, chilli sauces of various heat combinations, preserved lemons, harissa.
Drinks: juices bottled plus raw freshly juiced; kefir water (Yogi Nectar), kombucha of many flavours.
Jams: lemon butter, a variety of marmalades, mulberry jams and lots more varieties too.
Meals: to enjoy at the market – Vietnamese inspired banh mi and spring rolls ++; Japanese inspired;  pies – vegetarian quiches, tarts, samosas, frozen vegetable samosas to take home, super smoothies, fresh juices and brekky bowls, 
Other: dukkah, harissa, hommus, olive spreads, pesto, a beautiful range of African inspired spice mixes 

Bees wax moisturising  cream and furniture polish

 

Become a Stallholder

The Murwillumbah Farmers’ Market is managed by the not-for-profit – Caldera Farmers’ Market Murwillumbah Inc. We are focused on providing local fresh produce and artisan products. If you are interested in becoming a stallholder please apply online.