Byron Beachside Markets On Again in September 2016

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THE BYRON Beachside Markets will be on again at the Main Beach foreshore, Byron Bay in September from 8 am to 4 pm.

Entertainment is still to be announced, but the Charity of the Day will be the Rural Fire Service.


Held four times a year in early January, Easter, July and late September, the Beachside Markets are a make it, bake it, grow it market held on the Byron Bay foreshore east of the Surf Club. The perfect location to experience some of the most original products by one of the worlds’ most famous beaches.

Open from 8 am to 4 pm this market showcases a diverse and exciting collection of high-quality art, sculpture, ceramics, glass, home wares, fashion, craft, toys, clothing and music created by local artists and designers as well as an array of services offered by our health and well-being practitioners.

The focus and emphasis of the Beachside Market is on authenticity and fosters both originality and sustainability. Echoing worldwide popularity and the growing demand for direct-from-the-artist-to-you handmade, high-quality product.

This Artisan Market provides an unparalleled opportunity for local artists, creators and healers to showcase their talents.  With over 200 stalls stretching over half a kilometer of beachfront at Byron Bay Main beach, this market is the perfect location, right on the doorstep of one of the worlds’ most famous beaches and destinations to experience some of the best and most original products and services.

Come with family and friends to experience the vibrant atmosphere, enjoy a coffee, brunch or lunch while you listen to some fabulous live music and browse the stalls.

Interested STALLHOLDERS: Expression of Interest forms will be available to download from Wednesday 10th August till 31st August.

For all enquiries please email Majida Seinfeld at

2016 Dates: Saturday 24 September

Contact: Majida Steinfeld 02 6685 6807 or email :- article

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