For all your convenience items, fresh fruit and vegetables, papers, and daily fresh-baked bread, Byron Bay Handimarket will get you sorted and back enjoying your holiday.
Located in the centre of town, we’re open 24 hours, 7 days.
Our coffee bar is open daily from 6am.
Visit the enchanting Crystal Castle.
Wander the magical gardens of mystic statues, walk the ancient labyrinth, and marvel at the exquisite jewellery, crystals and treasures on offer.
Indulge in local produce and coffee as you relax, breathing in the hinterland views, while the children play. Inspiration, tranquility and breathtaking beauty await. Enrich your spirit!
It doesn’t take long to discover that Byron Bay is not your everyday coastal town.
It takes even less time to determine that the Green Garage is anything but just another supermarket.
For starters, you won’t find a suit or tie in sight! Aisles have been banned, our specials are written on chalkboard and most of our produce is grown and manufactured locally.
Byron Bay has developed over the years from a once sleepy little fishing village and unknown surf haven to an international hot spot. Byron as it’s known, now boasts an eclectic population that has helped to make the town an enviable destination for those seeking stunning beauty, a wonderful range of quality restaurants and cafes, spas and resorts, and yes, great shopping. In short, the shopping experience offered in Byron Bay is like no other. Byron Bay is home to an always flourishing arts and crafts scene, and this is evident in the unique array of boutique shops, galleries, and stalls that are so ubiquitous to the region.
To make the most of your Byron Bay experience, we recommend you take the time to peruse some of the outstanding locally made jewellery, clothing, artwork, and home wares available. Byron’s shopping precinct is home to a plethora of must-see shops and is a great place to start your Byron Bay shopping adventure. Spend a few hours browsing through boutiques, gift stores and galleries to find presents for friends, colourful nik naks for your home, or a new outfit – or two – for yourself. And if you’re after a good book to read while you’re lazing by the water, there are a few book stores in the vicinity that will ensure you’re well stocked for all your holiday reads. In Jonson Street you'll also find essentials such as the local post office, various bank branches, and a supermarket.
Be sure to visit the Arts and Industry Estate, located a few short kilometres from the town centre, where you'll find a host of stunning one-off creations designed and created by Byron Bay's gifted artisans. Discover glass designs, woodwork, furniture, jewellery, shoes, skincare and even baby wear.
If you enjoy market shopping, you'll be in heaven when you visit Byron Bay. Markets are brim packed with fantastic shopping at fabulous prices, delicious bites and often colourful local entertainment. The Byron Bay Community Market, which takes place on the first and third Sunday of every month, features everything from handicrafts to tasty morsels. If you'd like to sample Byron Bay's famous produce, stop by the Byron Bay Farmers Market, which takes place at the Butler Street reserve every Thursday morning. Here you'll find a range of freshly picked or freshly baked goodies, including fresh meats and eggs, organic coffee, fruit and vegetables, and plenty of breads and cakes, pickles, jams, and preserves. Further afield, popular offerings include The Channon Markets (second Sunday of the month), Bangalow Markets (fourth Sunday of the month) and Nimbin Markets (third and fifth Sundays). Why not make a day of it and explore some of the unique villages of the region while you’re there?
No visit to Byron Bay is complete without a visit to several of the fine galleries in the town and surrounding areas. Boasting works ranging from local community artists to leading Australian professionals, the galleries of the region are nothing if not eclectic. You’ll find galleries dotted in and around the town centre, and in several of the small villages of the Hinterland and Byron
Bay surrounds. The Arts and Industry Estate also boasts an Artist Trail. Follow the map around the park to discover galleries and artists studios where you can view and purchase a range of works directly from the creators.
And finally, don’t forget that Byron Bay is surrounded by some of the finest local produce in the country. Make the most of it by taking some of the delicious flavours back home with you. At the deli on Jonson Street or in any of the wonderful markets of the region, you’ll discover tables laden with jars of jams, marinades, sauces and pickles made locally from locally grown, often organic, ingredients. What better way to keep Byron Bay in your memory than with a fine meal on your return home, featuring locally grown and created produce!