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Byron Bay and the Northern Rivers NSW official Accommodation and Visitor Guides

Welcome to Mullumbimby

Mullumbimby or “Mullum” to locals, is just up the track from Byron Bay.  Mullum has a very community minded population which organises various events from Farmers and Weekend Markets to the Mullumbimby Music Festival.

For four days in November the biggest little town in Australia comes alive with The Mullum Music Festival.  The halls, clubs and streets of Mullumbimby are transformed “New Orleans style” featuring over 80 national & international acts.  The festival features a roving theatre, street circus, impromptu performances, workshops, the Rhythms Magazine BBQ, a psychedelic Magic Bus transporting punters up and down the main street, and a come-one-come-all street parade.

The Mullum2Bruns Paddle is an annual event held on the Brunswick River, starting at Heritage Park, Mullumbimby and ending with a party at Terrace Park in Bruns.  There is something for everyone, with top athletes competing from all over Australia, or have some fun and join in with any non-motorised craft that floats.

The 2016 Mullum2Bruns Paddle will be held on Sunday 22 May 2016.  Accept a Paddle Challenge or just come along for some family fun on and beside the beautiful Brunswick River.

Take the walking trail through Brunswick Valley Heritage Park, a habitat for more than 200 rainforest plant species.  Follow the path to the edge of the Brunswick River and enjoy the picnic settings, children’s playground, log seating and a riverbank fishing seat.

Mullum is an ideal base from which to explore the beautiful hinterland.  View the amazing display of crystals at Crystal Castle, said to be the largest collection in the country, and walk among stunning landscaped gardens and rainforest areas on the Buddha Walk, Rainforest Walk or around the labyrinth.

The Mullumbimby Craft Market is held on the third Saturday of the month showcasing the wealth of crafts, wood work, pottery, music and fashion.  For fresh local produce straight from the region’s growers visit the Mullumbimby Weekly Farmers Markets held every Friday.

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