Farm Walks and a Luncheon + this week’s Pop Up Stall

What’s NEW at the Market this Week?

Two fabulous farm tours are coming up soon. The first is a Farm Tour + Luncheon at Summit Organics Farm. Rod and Tania believe that: Organic farming isn’t just about healthy food production — it’s about belonging to a community of people who care about themselves, the environment and the future.  Tania said that “the perfect end to our farm walk is with a delicious, healthy, freshly-picked-at-the-farm lunch under the trees — all with the most amazing views of Mt Warning!” 😋🍅

So if you would like to join them on Saturday 28th July at 10.30am for a picturesque and informative stroll through their Certified Organic farm and be part of where your food comes from book your place with Tania at the market this week. It is $25 for this package of experiences.

Building on years of experience in creating healthy soils Tania and Rod produce an abundance of vegies throughout the year. They have been expanding their range to include (along with all their regular greens, ginger, tumeric and sweet potatoes) a constant supply of freshly harvested microgreens + organic herbs + rhubarb, fennel and soon strawberries – all through clever use of greenhouses and experience combined.


Bio Organic Farm Tour is on 4th August at 10.00am

If you ever wondered how the Bio Organic Farm stall can have cucumbers and tomatoes all year round it is because of their amazing greenhouse system. So if you want to know more about their style of producing all their produce this is the opportunity to pop out to Byangum for their FREE farm tour.

Included is the option of purchasing brunch while at the farm.


NEW Last Week: In case you missed out on spotting our newest stall Bloom Edible Flowers are right next to Summit Organics. Bloom Edible Flowers had their first ever market stall with us last week and we are thrilled to have them join our market. Katie and James have high energy and great plans and already are value adding to their produce. Please visit Rachel who will be the face of their stall and explore even taste test some of their products. They have pastes and syrups made using native bush tucker, dried and fresh flowers plus biscuits and cupcakes to inspire as well as flower and herb infused lavash, salts and sugars.











Mad Mountain farm: We are spoilt for choice with Mad Mountain Family Farm pop up at the market this week. They have a superb range of jams and sauces that complement but do not duplicate existing stall holder products. MMFF’s range includes chimichurri, paw paw jam, tamarillo jam, and an extensive range of chilli sauces. As well they bring a range of unusual potted chillies, their own home grown herbal tea blends, rose water (in the photo) made using their own organically grown roses and so much more.








CHANGES & COMING SOON + Seasonal produce BA

BACK in August: Narbey’s Best Avocados – with Hass and then soon after Lamb Hass around September or October.

Blueberry Fields will be back in August too. They are still waiting for their blueberries to really come into season so that we can enjoy their buckets again.

ABSENT:  Flat Earth Organics as Jeremy is taking some well earned time off to attend a wedding o’seas. 

Weather: A perfect winters day with a chilly start of 4-9 degrees warming up to a perfect low to mid 20’s.

*REMEMBER* ATM at the market!
We have an ATM onsite for your shopping convenience.

Entertainment: LOREN

Produce of the week (newest season produce is in bold):

  • Apples–
  • Avocados
  • Bananas
  • Beans
  • Beetroot
  • Broccoli
  • Cabbage
  • Carrots
  • Cauliflowers
  • Capsicum
  • Celeriac
  • Citrus in abundance
  • Cucumbers
  • Fennel
  • Lettuce
  • Macadamia Nuts
  • Pumpkins
  • Pecan nuts
  • Paw Paw
  • Pears
  • Raspberries
  • Snow Peas
  • Sweet potatoes
  • Tomatoes
  • Zucchinis

Seasonal Produce List Updated:


Beans (+organic), Beetroot (+organic), Bok Choy, (+organic) Broccoli, Cabbage, Carrots, Capsicum (+organic), Cauliflower, Chard (organic), Chilli (+organic), Cucumber (+organic), Corn, Eggplant (+organic), Fennel, Garlic (+organic), Herbs (+ organic basil, coriander, fennel, ginger, rocket, turmeric and more), Kale (+organic), Lettuce (cos organic), Fancy Lettuce and mixed salad greens, Micro greens (+ wide variety of organic such as alfalfa, barley greens, sunflower, broccoli, chick pea, radish and pea srouts), Peas incl snow peas (+organic), Mizuna, Onion (+organic), Mushrooms, Pak Choi (organic), Potato (Sebago) , Potatoes (kipfler ++), Pumpkin (+organic), Salad Mix, Silver Beet, Sprouts (+organic), Spinach (+organic), + Egyptian spinach, Sweet Potato (+organic), Tatsoi (organic), Swedes, Tomatoes (+organic), Taro, Turnip, Watercress, Zucchini (+organic).


Apples, Apricots, Avocados, Bananas (Cavendish, Lady Fingers (organic also), Black muscat grapes, Blueberries, Carambola (star fruit), Custard apples, Dragon Fruit, Grapefruit, Grapes, Kiwi fruit (organic), Lemons + Limes (incl organic), Lychees, Mangoes, Mandarin (organic), Oranges (organic), Passionfruit, Paw Paw, Pears, Plums, Raspberries, Rock melons, Sapotes, Strawberries, Watermelons.

Flowers – Gerberas, Lisianthus, Roses, Tropical flowers – sassy heliconias.

Eggs – including organic

Nuts – Pecan nuts and macadamia nuts, nut oils, butters and choc coated nuts

DairyCows milk, cheeses and yoghurt, kefir, cultured butter ++ Goats milk and soft cheeses, kefir AND award winning St Billie goats cheese.

Honey – Raw unprocessed Caldera honey, creamed honey and creamed honey with cinnamon! And bees wax candles.

Rice and BreadsA variety of artisan sour dough breads baked with a diversity of organic flours (including spelt and rye) and many flavours that use local market products including macadamia nut bread!

Mushrooms – Gourmet mushrooms – king oysters, white oysters, pink oysters, blue oysters, shiitake and Shimeji available at Wollumbin Gourmet Mushrooms and button mushrooms at Mountain View Eggs.

Meat – Beef, pork and goat (All Natural Meat Company produced), Salami (Nimbin Valley Diary) periodically + lamb and chicken sourced within the broader market radius and locally caught fish – very seasonal.