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Coffs Harbour Markets: Our Guide to the Best Markets in Coffs Harbour 2024

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The complete guide to the best Coffs Harbour Markets

The Coffs Harbour region plays host to a number of popular community markets which all offer a variety of unique products. 

Whether you’re visiting the area or live locally, it’s a great way to spend the day browsing through beautiful handmade products and locally grown produce, while soaking up the friendly vibes and supporting local businesses and communities.

We’ve put together this guide to provide you with some of the best markets in the Coffs Harbour area.

Please note: Most of these markets are held outdoors and are subject to weather conditions. We’ve done our best to source and provide the details of each market and would encourage you to check the social media accounts provided prior to attending any market in the event of any changes to venues, operating times or cancellations due to weather or unforeseen circumstances.

Coffs Harbour Markets

Harbourside Markets

Hosted near Coffs Harbour’s beautiful historic jetty, the Harbourside Markets are one of the largest markets in the region. 

With the Harbourside Market’s philosophy of ethical and fair-trade, locally made, and locally grown guarantees, you’ll find plenty of fresh produce, beautiful handmade jewellery and crafts, clothing, plants, skincare, soaps and more. You can find out more about the stallholders here.

It’s a wonderful way to spend a Sunday morning down by the Jetty.

Dogs are welcome at the market space when on a lead.

When: Every Sunday. 8am – 2pm

Where: Jetty Foreshore – Marina Dr, Coffs Harbour.

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Coffs Coast Growers Markets

Coffs Coast Growers Market
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Coffs Coast Growers Market connects local farmers and growers to the community every Thursday.

Held in town at the City Square, you’ll come across a large variety of stallholders selling fruit and vegetables, flowers, plants and herbs, olives, cakes, honey, nuts, flowers, oils, eggs, wood-fired breads, seafood and meat.

As the markets are very popular, it is encouraged that you arrive early.

When: Every Thursday. 8am – 2:30pm

Where: City Square – Harbour Drive, Coffs Harbour.

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Made with Love Market

Made with Love Market is a market for handmade, original and unique items. Held 4 times per year, with over 120 stallholders, it is the biggest dedicated handmade market on the Coffs Coast.

Previously held at the Park Beach Plaza, the Made with Love Market is now held in a new space at the Exhibition Hall at Coffs Harbour Showgrounds.

More information about stallholders can be found here.

When: 4 times per year – please check social media for upcoming dates.

Where: Exhibition Hall, Coffs Harbour Showground – 123 Pacific Hwy, Coffs Harbour.

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The Twilight Food Market

Coffs Harbour Twilight Food Market
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Held each Friday evening from September to April at Park Beach Reserve, the Twilight Food Market is filled to the brim with your favourite food trucks.

The market is suitable for the whole family so you can bring your picnic blankets, a bottle of wine, and your fur-babies and kick back and relax with some delicious food while listening to live music.

When: Every Friday from 1st Friday in September to middle of April. 5pm – 9pm.

Where: Park Beach Reserve – Ocean Parade, Coffs Harbour.


Markets Near Coffs Harbour

Bellingen Growers Market

Run by local volunteers for 24 years, the Bellingen Growers Market aim is to support local growers, farmers and artisans by providing a platform for them to sell their products to the local community.

Stallholders offer a range of products from local certified organic and non-organic fresh produce, grass-fed meat, handmade soaps, fresh bread, candles, second hand books, food, coffee and more. Find out more about the stallholders here.

The market supports local musicians by offering live music most weekends from 8am onwards.

The organisers of the market ask that everyone please BYO their own coffee mug to help reduce market waste.

When: Every 2nd & 4th Saturday of the month. 7:30am – 11:30am.

Where: Bellingen Showgrounds – Corner of Black St & Hammond St, Bellingen.

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Bellingen Community Markets

Bellingen Community Market map
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An extremely popular local market with a true community focus. The Bellingen Community Markets have been around since 1980. 

Organised and run by local volunteers, the market attracts many tourists and visitors to the town, providing a flow on effect that supports the local business community and the tourism industry in Bellingen.

You’ll find a wide range of products on offer such as fresh produce, plants, flowers, pottery, jewellery, clothing, homewares, arts and craft, candles, soaps, upcycled and recycled products and more.

All profits from the market are reinvested back into the Bellingen community through contributions to local community groups, educational, sporting and arts organisations.

Please note: No dogs are allowed on market days.

When: Every 3rd Sunday of the month. 8am – 2.30pm

Where: Corner of Church, Park and Ford Streets, Bellingen.

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Coramba Village Market

Located in the hinterland of Coffs Harbour, Coramba Village Market is held every 4th Sunday of the month at the towns Community Hall.

The market focuses on offering products that are eco sustainable, environmentally friendly, homemade and homegrown products.

Coramba is a beautiful little town with a rich history, it’s well worth a visit to explore the Orara Valley Tourist Trail.

When: Every 4th Sunday of the month. 10am – 2pm.

Where: Coramba Community Hall – Gale Street, Coramba.


Made in Dorrigo

Occurring four times a year, Made in Dorrigo is a boutique market held in the Main Street of Dorrigo.

Local creatives sell a range of different products such as handmade jewellery, fashion and kids clothing, toys, photography, woodwork, arts & crafts, gourmet food, organic & homegrown produce and much more.

With it being a requirement of all stallholders to produce their products locally in the Dorrigo area, it’s a great way to support the local economy and small businesses.

When: 3 times a year falling on the 2nd Saturday of April, July and December.

Where: Hickory Street, Dorrigo.

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Dorrigo Community Markets

Held in the small country village of Dorrigo, the Dorrigo Community Markets is organised by the Dorrigo Showgrounds.

The market plays host to a number of stallholders selling locally grown organic and non-organic fruit and vegetables and handmade products.

When: Every 1st Saturday of the month. 8:30am – 12pm.

Where: Dorrigo Showgrounds – 4180 Waterfall Way, Dorrigo.


Woolgoolga Beach Market

Market is managed by Marine Rescue Woolgoolga and run by community volunteers. 

Stalls include fresh local produce, jewellery, food stalls, clothing, music, antiques and more.

When: Every second Saturday of the month. 7:30am – 1:30pm

Where: Beach Street, Woolgoolga


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