Welcome to the Kingscliff Markets site!

We are very excited to announce that the Kingscliff Markets are reopening on Saturday 27th June.  As with regulations we are operating to covid compliance and are taking all the precautions to keep everyone safe. Jack Bayliss Park is the perfect location for a market during these times. We have a large space with ample room for customers to move & fresh ocean breezes. If you've had enough of the market you can take a very short stroll down to the sand to take a moment. You will realise how lucky we are to be in such a magnificent place with a great community.

As we are now accustomed to the new way to move in spaces, remember within our market to practice social distancing. Throughout the market there will be signage to remind us that this is now how we must operate to keep the market running & our small family businesses operating. This means we are enabling our friends to have jobs & support their families. Almost every stallholder will have hand sanitizer for public use. 

Kingscliff Markets are held in Jack Bayliss Park on Marine Parade Kingscliff on the second and fourth Saturday of every month from 8am – 1pm on the picturesque backdrop of Kingscliff Beach.

With a beautiful beach front location and an array of local produce, Kingscliff Markets in Northern NSW Australia are truly enjoyable for all ages. Spend a relaxing Saturday morning strolling through the vast array of gourmet food, produce, craft, artwork, fashion, jewellery, flowers, gifts and food stalls.

The Kingscliff Market coordinators comprise members of the Kingscliff Lions Club. Revenue raised directly supports community development.

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Tweed Shire Council wishes to recognise the generations of the local Aboriginal people of the Bundjalung Nation who have lived in and derived their physical and spiritual needs from the forests, rivers, lakes and streams of this beautiful valley over many thousands of years as the traditional owners and custodians of these lands.