Events

Art Exhibition – “Sea Worthy”
1 April 2014 - 25 April 2014

Art Exhibition – “Sea Worthy”

Potts “sea worthy” exhibition is a collection of mixed media acrylic, glycee and screen prints on presented on recycled timbers.

His exhibition is open every day in the gallery which ajoins the café 9-4pm FREE ENTRY

About Potts

Born in Melbourne, Australia in 1955, Potts studied Graphic Design at th Prahan Institute of Technology in the early 70′s. THe crispness and clarity of Pott’s work reflects over 20 yars experience in Graphic Design and Iuulstration. He has worked for a variety of graphic and media organisations as well as freelance, producing a wide range of designs from corporate logos through to fabric design and book illustration, both here and overseas.

Since moving to Northern NSW in 1993, Potts hs continued to work as a Graphic Artist & Painter. His work has been in solo and group shows up an down the east coast of Australia over the last 10 years, and in 2002 he completed his Advanced Diploma of Fine Art.

In 2011 he continues to work as a Graphic Designer, Painter and Sculptor. Inspired by the beach, ocean and surf culture.

His paintings and sculptures can be seen in Barebones Gallery, Bangalow NSW; Way of Design, Currumbin, QLD; Manyung Gallery, Mout Eliza, VIC; Contempoary Art, Malvern, VIC.

Clients include: Rip Curl Surfwear, Channel 7 (Home & Away), Ritzenhoff Glasswear, Germany.

 

 

 

 

Tweed Valley Funday
25 April 2014

Tweed Valley Funday

The annual TWEED VALLEY FUNDAY is being held again this year on ANZAC Day, Friday 25 April.

It is held  at the MURWILLUMBAH SHOWGROUND.

Gates open at 11-30 am. It goes until 4pm.

As in other years there will be lots of INTERACTIVE CRAFT STALLS – leatherwork, woodwork, pottery, origami, cardmaking,  sewing, cake decorating, damper making, didgeridoo playing and many more.

There will be ORGANIZED GAMES throughout the afternoon – like a giant kid’s birthday party, plus a JUMPING CASTLE.

Teenagers can try their skills at LASER SKIRMISH.

For all you animal loving adults and kids, there will be a few kinds of smaller ANIMALS for you to make friends with.

There will be ENTERTAINMENT by various talented locals from a stage all afternoon. If you, or someone you know, would like to perform, please contact us on 0266779023 – we would love to offer you a stage and an audience.

FOOD will be for sale at a foodcourt, prepared by various Christian groups.

As usual, we will have an ANZAC DAY TRIBUTE with a flag ceremony.

The Tweed Valley Funday is put on by the Murwillumbah Christian Community.

The idea is to bless our larger community with a FREE ,FUN, WHOLESOME and EDUCATIONAL afternoon for the whole family.

Imagine a place where a huge family gets together and all the grandparents, uncles and aunts, cousins and siblings, mothers and fathers

share their skills with whoever comes…

If you would like to join the large group of VOLUNTEERS – and it is all carried by volunteers – we would love to hear from you.

Please call 0266779023. There are so many places that still need to be filled and every skill is valuable

The Date Brothers: What we play is Life – Presented by Eventzbiz & Tyalgum Community Hall Association
26 April 2014

The Date Brothers: What we play is Life – Presented by Eventzbiz & Tyalgum Community Hall Association

Eventzbiz presents:

Announcing the Date Brothers return for a short tour of northern NSW.  Playing for 1 night only in acoustically pure Tyalgum Community hall.  International Jazz musicians playing their thrilling blend of gypsy jazz, manouche style with elements of blues, swing and more!

About Ian

IAN DATE Jazz Guitarist. Ian has been performing professionally since age 14. When he was 20 he moved to Sydney NSW Australia and became heavily involved in the music scene. Ian based himself in Sydney for the next 20 years and performed and recorded with many of Australia’s jazz greats.

Since 2002 he has based himself in Ireland.

About Nigel

Nigel Date is a Sydney based professional guitarist, composer and teacher. Nigel is originally from Byron Bay and has been playing guitar for over 25 years.

He has performed at festivals and concerts in Australia and overseas, made TV appearances, radio shows, countless weddings, bars, cafes, corporate gigs, residencies and recording sessions.

Nigel enjoys playing a wide variety of musical styles with lots of different musicians.

Seating cabaret style. BYO drinks. Supper available.

Don’t miss the chance to join these musicians blending life and poetry through song!
Enq: 0418 723908 E: eventzbiz8@gmail.com

www.datebrothers.com

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Murwillumbah Farmers’ Market
30 April 2014

Murwillumbah Farmers’ Market

Visit the Murwillumbah Farmers’ Market with the finest and freshest produce from the Tweed Valley and Northern Rivers. At our market REAL farmers sell their own FRESH produce.

Choose from a variety of produce:

The market offers the freshest seasonally available fruits, vegetables, meat, dairy, cheese (including goats cheese and milk), locally caught seafood, olives, macadamia and pecan nuts, honey, avocados, oz rice, salad greens, organic and free eggs, freshly baked bread, and much more. There is also a selection of certified organic produce. In conversion to organic status are our beef and pork from our local farmer and Nimbin Valley Dairy.

Great atmosphere:

You’ll love the atmosphere. The market is developing a reputation for its wonderful vibe, camaraderie and a place to catch up with friends each Wednesday. Freshly brewed coffee, teas and juices along with samosas, baklava and a range of macrobiotic delights means that you find locals enjoying social gatherings with friends as well as interaction with the producers.

Real fresh local food:

We delight in passing on the provenance of our product, together with helpful tips. Many locals from Tweed and beyond now rely on the markets for their fresh produce weekly shop because of the range and quality of produce at the market.

Battle on the Border Cycling Festival 2014
2 May 2014 - 5 May 2014

Battle on the Border Cycling Festival 2014

Battle on the Border, Tour De Tweed and Tweed Gran Fondo are competitive and social cycling events, aimed to deliver a unique experience to participants through professional event management.

The Battle creates a vibrant, efficient customer focused weekend of parties, racing and social riding. Included is a five stage men’s and four stage women’s competitive cycling tour open to all members of Cycling Australia and a social Gran Fondo bike ride.

If you are not a member, don’t worry – the Tweed Gran Fondo is for you. The Gran Fondo is a mass participation event which caters for anyone who enjoys a pedal. The course varies in degrees of difficultness and encourages all to participate from the beginner to the serious cyclist. It is a non-competitive bike ride with distances ranging from 60 kilometres to 160 kilometres.

Men: A five-stage tour exceeding 370km completed over 4 days. Day 1 is a point to point Road Race from Pt Danger to the Mt Warning volcano, day 2 is a Road Race through the caldera surrounding Mt Warning, day 3 consists of an Individual Time Trial in the morning and a Criterium in the afternoon on the outskirts of the Murwillumbah town. Day 4 and the final stage is a Road Race run from Salt Village in Kingscliff and the surrounding coastal mountain range.

Women: A four-stage tour exceeding 200km. Day 1 on the Friday is a Road Race through the caldera surrounding Mt Warning, day 2 consists of an Individual Time Trial in the morning and a Criterium in the afternoon on the outskirts of the Murwillumbah town. Day 3 and the final stage is a Road Race run from Salt Village in Kingscliff and the surrounding coastal mountain range.

Murwillumbah Business Chamber Networking  Breakfast
2 May 2014 - 3 May 2014

Murwillumbah Business Chamber Networking Breakfast

 

Murwillumbah District Business Chamber (MDBC) is a voluntary partnership of business and professional people working together to build a prosperous future.

 

MDBC is a membership organisation for business in Murwillumbah and surrounding villages and you’re invited to attend our monthly breakfast meetings and connect with decision makers.

 

Monthly meetings are filled with great opportunities to hear informative speakers, keep up to date on local business information and most importantly have the chance to build relationships with business owners and operators.

 

People like to do business with people they know and trust, so bring along plenty of business cards and develop your professional relationships.

 

Hayden Tee: in Cabaret at Tyalgum Hall
2 May 2014 - 3 May 2014

Hayden Tee: in Cabaret at Tyalgum Hall

Hayden Tee who will take on the starring role of Javert in the up-coming Australian production of ‘Les Miserables’ in Melbourne will perform only one other Australian concert when he returns from New York, and it will be at Tyalgum Village Hall on Fri 2nd & Sat 3rd May 2014.

Musically directed by Nigel Ubrihien, the show will also feature one of Sydney’s newest and brightest shining stars, the multi-talented James Wright fresh from his recent win at the GLUG awards and star of the hit Jambles Ramble cabaret chat show.

Flutterbies will be serving a two course pre-show dinner each night from 6:00pm – show starts at 8:00pm.

Dinner & Show packages are $95 per person and include a 2 course dinner. Show only $65.

Kingscliff Lantern Markets
2 May 2014

Kingscliff Lantern Markets

Kingscliff Lantern Markets is another great reason to visit and stay in the beautiful seaside village of Kingscliff.

Eat, drink and be entertained at this festa by lantern and light. The monthly markets are a celebration for everyone.

Kingscliff Lantern Markets are held on the foreshore of Kingscliff in Lions Park next to the Cudgen Surf Life Saving Club on the first Friday of every month. 

The markets have a great reputation for proving the best:

  • Fashion and  fair
  • Art and craft
  • Entertainment and live music

Visit the markets and make a weekend of it in the beautiful seaside village of Kingscliff.

Murwillumbah Farmers’ Market
7 May 2014

Murwillumbah Farmers’ Market

Visit the Murwillumbah Farmers’ Market with the finest and freshest produce from the Tweed Valley and Northern Rivers. At our market REAL farmers sell their own FRESH produce.

Choose from a variety of produce:

The market offers the freshest seasonally available fruits, vegetables, meat, dairy, cheese (including goats cheese and milk), locally caught seafood, olives, macadamia and pecan nuts, honey, avocados, oz rice, salad greens, organic and free eggs, freshly baked bread, and much more. There is also a selection of certified organic produce. In conversion to organic status are our beef and pork from our local farmer and Nimbin Valley Dairy.

Great atmosphere:

You’ll love the atmosphere. The market is developing a reputation for its wonderful vibe, camaraderie and a place to catch up with friends each Wednesday. Freshly brewed coffee, teas and juices along with samosas, baklava and a range of macrobiotic delights means that you find locals enjoying social gatherings with friends as well as interaction with the producers.

Real fresh local food:

We delight in passing on the provenance of our product, together with helpful tips. Many locals from Tweed and beyond now rely on the markets for their fresh produce weekly shop because of the range and quality of produce at the market.

Opera on the Beach
9 May 2014 - 11 May 2014

Opera on the Beach

Sometimes it feels like a crime to go indoors when the skies are clear, even for a night at the opera. That’s why we’re taking the opera out of the theatre and onto the beach.

Picture a giant sandcastle on the beach at Coolangatta, families enjoying a picnic, children making sandcastles as the sun goes down, and miraculously beautiful music. And there you have a uniquely Australian production of one of the world’s favourite operas, Mozart’s The Magic Flute.

This new production is directed by Michael Gow and stars some of Opera Australia’s finest singers, alongside a chorus drawn from community choirs and the Gold Coast’s own surf life saving clubs.

Together, they will battle the serpent, put a spell on the guards and rescue the princess, before sending you home, with stars in your eyes, sand in your shoes and songs in your heart. Now that’s opera, Australia!

Premium ticket holders will have exclusive rights to a premium bar on the beach pre-show, during interval and post-show. Their ticket will also include seating on a low beach chair.

A Reserve and B Reserve will be seated directly on the beach.

 

FEATURING

Mozart’s The Magic Flute (performed in English)

 

DATE & TIME

9, 10 & 11 MAY 2014

Running time approx two hours and twenty minutes including one thirty-minute interval.

 

LOCATION

Greenmount Beach, Coolangatta (in front of the Greenmount Surf Club).

 

BUY TICKETS

Premium $79, A Reserve $54, B Reserve $39, Children under 15 $32, Schools $23, Groups 10+ starting from $35

All ticket prices include booking fees.

Tweed Twilight Markets
9 May 2014

Tweed Twilight Markets

Located in the heart of Tweed Heads and situated in the award winning Jack Evans Boat Harbour.

Tweed Twilight Markets will provide an alternative business outlet to those in the local community.

The markets will have a core focus on local businesses, creative arts and recreation.

A market for all ages, families and cultures.

The Tweed Twilight Markets are held every 2nd & 4th Friday of the month from 2pm – 8pm.

Murwillumbah Farmers’ Market
14 May 2014

Murwillumbah Farmers’ Market

Visit the Murwillumbah Farmers’ Market with the finest and freshest produce from the Tweed Valley and Northern Rivers. At our market REAL farmers sell their own FRESH produce.

Choose from a variety of produce:

The market offers the freshest seasonally available fruits, vegetables, meat, dairy, cheese (including goats cheese and milk), locally caught seafood, olives, macadamia and pecan nuts, honey, avocados, oz rice, salad greens, organic and free eggs, freshly baked bread, and much more. There is also a selection of certified organic produce. In conversion to organic status are our beef and pork from our local farmer and Nimbin Valley Dairy.

Great atmosphere:

You’ll love the atmosphere. The market is developing a reputation for its wonderful vibe, camaraderie and a place to catch up with friends each Wednesday. Freshly brewed coffee, teas and juices along with samosas, baklava and a range of macrobiotic delights means that you find locals enjoying social gatherings with friends as well as interaction with the producers.

Real fresh local food:

We delight in passing on the provenance of our product, together with helpful tips. Many locals from Tweed and beyond now rely on the markets for their fresh produce weekly shop because of the range and quality of produce at the market.

Murwillumbah and District Garden Club Friendship Day
18 May 2014

Murwillumbah and District Garden Club Friendship Day

Murwillumah and District Garden Club is holding a FRIENDSHIP DAY on 18 May  at the Murwillumbah Showgrounds from 9am – 2pm.

The day will provide the opportunity for those interested in all facets of gardening to come together for a day of friendship, exchange ideas and to listen to some outstanding speakers.

Stalls with information and products for sale of a wide variety will be on display.

Fertilisers, orchids, succulents, pottery, water saving gardens, plants and others will be among the stalls.

Guest speakers include:

  • Ian Brown of Boyds Bay Garden Centre
  • Costa Georgiadis host of Gardening Australia
  • Greg James of Farmers Organics

Cost of entry is $5  which includes morning tea. A hot lunch is available but must be pre booked and paid for in advance by the 30 April (for catering purposes ). Cost of the lunch is $15.

 

For further information please contact: Gordon Smith 02 6672 2684.

Murwillumbah Farmers’ Market
21 May 2014

Murwillumbah Farmers’ Market

Visit the Murwillumbah Farmers’ Market with the finest and freshest produce from the Tweed Valley and Northern Rivers. At our market REAL farmers sell their own FRESH produce.

Choose from a variety of produce:

The market offers the freshest seasonally available fruits, vegetables, meat, dairy, cheese (including goats cheese and milk), locally caught seafood, olives, macadamia and pecan nuts, honey, avocados, oz rice, salad greens, organic and free eggs, freshly baked bread, and much more. There is also a selection of certified organic produce. In conversion to organic status are our beef and pork from our local farmer and Nimbin Valley Dairy.

Great atmosphere:

You’ll love the atmosphere. The market is developing a reputation for its wonderful vibe, camaraderie and a place to catch up with friends each Wednesday. Freshly brewed coffee, teas and juices along with samosas, baklava and a range of macrobiotic delights means that you find locals enjoying social gatherings with friends as well as interaction with the producers.

Real fresh local food:

We delight in passing on the provenance of our product, together with helpful tips. Many locals from Tweed and beyond now rely on the markets for their fresh produce weekly shop because of the range and quality of produce at the market.

Murwillumbah Farmers’ Market
28 May 2014

Murwillumbah Farmers’ Market

Visit the Murwillumbah Farmers’ Market with the finest and freshest produce from the Tweed Valley and Northern Rivers. At our market REAL farmers sell their own FRESH produce.

Choose from a variety of produce:

The market offers the freshest seasonally available fruits, vegetables, meat, dairy, cheese (including goats cheese and milk), locally caught seafood, olives, macadamia and pecan nuts, honey, avocados, oz rice, salad greens, organic and free eggs, freshly baked bread, and much more. There is also a selection of certified organic produce. In conversion to organic status are our beef and pork from our local farmer and Nimbin Valley Dairy.

Great atmosphere:

You’ll love the atmosphere. The market is developing a reputation for its wonderful vibe, camaraderie and a place to catch up with friends each Wednesday. Freshly brewed coffee, teas and juices along with samosas, baklava and a range of macrobiotic delights means that you find locals enjoying social gatherings with friends as well as interaction with the producers.

Real fresh local food:

We delight in passing on the provenance of our product, together with helpful tips. Many locals from Tweed and beyond now rely on the markets for their fresh produce weekly shop because of the range and quality of produce at the market.

Murwillumbah Business Networking Breakfast
29 May 2014

Murwillumbah Business Networking Breakfast

Friendly professional business networking for local business owners and professionals. Enjoy establishing real connections over a hot breakfast in a delightful relaxing location.

Cooly Rocks On
30 May 2014 - 9 June 2014

Cooly Rocks On

Cooly Rocks on is the biggest 50s and 60s nostalgia festival in Australia. The festival will showcase some of the biggest names in Rock ‘n’ roll, Rockabilly and Swing music, with over 50 bands and plenty of dancing. And not to mention 2 kilometres of over 1,000 hot rods, custom cars and classic cars lining the stunning beach front of Coolangatta and Tweed Heads.

 

The festival will also incorporate the amazing retro and craft market stalls as well as 50s and 60s vintage styled food.  The atmosphere created draws over 80,000 people back year after year.

 

Music fills the venues, more retro cars roll up each day and the festival builds and builds, culminating in a Grand Finale weekend where the streets are closed down, the outdoor stages are moved in and the streets are alive with street parades, shows, displays and over 1,000 cars parading from Kirra to Tweed Heads each evening.

 

Bring the family and enjoy loads of free entertainment and retro markets, and watch the Tweed Daily News Street Parade, or join a Rock ‘n’ roll, Rockabilly or Swing workshop.

 

For more information coolyrockson.com.

Murwillumbah Farmers’ Market
4 June 2014

Murwillumbah Farmers’ Market

Visit the Murwillumbah Farmers’ Market with the finest and freshest produce from the Tweed Valley and Northern Rivers. At our market REAL farmers sell their own FRESH produce.

Choose from a variety of produce:

The market offers the freshest seasonally available fruits, vegetables, meat, dairy, cheese (including goats cheese and milk), locally caught seafood, olives, macadamia and pecan nuts, honey, avocados, oz rice, salad greens, organic and free eggs, freshly baked bread, and much more. There is also a selection of certified organic produce. In conversion to organic status are our beef and pork from our local farmer and Nimbin Valley Dairy.

Great atmosphere:

You’ll love the atmosphere. The market is developing a reputation for its wonderful vibe, camaraderie and a place to catch up with friends each Wednesday. Freshly brewed coffee, teas and juices along with samosas, baklava and a range of macrobiotic delights means that you find locals enjoying social gatherings with friends as well as interaction with the producers.

Real fresh local food:

We delight in passing on the provenance of our product, together with helpful tips. Many locals from Tweed and beyond now rely on the markets for their fresh produce weekly shop because of the range and quality of produce at the market.

Murwillumbah Business Chamber Networking  Breakfast
6 June 2014 - 7 June 2014

Murwillumbah Business Chamber Networking Breakfast

 

Murwillumbah District Business Chamber (MDBC) is a voluntary partnership of business and professional people working together to build a prosperous future.

 

MDBC is a membership organisation for business in Murwillumbah and surrounding villages and you’re invited to attend our monthly breakfast meetings and connect with decision makers.

 

Monthly meetings are filled with great opportunities to hear informative speakers, keep up to date on local business information and most importantly have the chance to build relationships with business owners and operators.

 

People like to do business with people they know and trust, so bring along plenty of business cards and develop your professional relationships.

 

Kingscliff Lantern Markets
6 June 2014

Kingscliff Lantern Markets

Kingscliff Lantern Markets is another great reason to visit and stay in the beautiful seaside village of Kingscliff.

Eat, drink and be entertained at this festa by lantern and light. The monthly markets are a celebration for everyone.

Kingscliff Lantern Markets are held on the foreshore of Kingscliff in Lions Park next to the Cudgen Surf Life Saving Club on the first Friday of every month. 

The markets have a great reputation for proving the best:

  • Fashion and  fair
  • Art and craft
  • Entertainment and live music

Visit the markets and make a weekend of it in the beautiful seaside village of Kingscliff.

Tweed Chamber of Commerce Breakfast
10 June 2014

Tweed Chamber of Commerce Breakfast

The Tweed Chamber of Commerce is dedicated to promoting a vibrant business environment by cooperative interaction among businesses, the government and the community.

Come along to one of the business breakfasts to get involved in the local business community and meet other proactive members. 

Murwillumbah Farmers’ Market
11 June 2014

Murwillumbah Farmers’ Market

Visit the Murwillumbah Farmers’ Market with the finest and freshest produce from the Tweed Valley and Northern Rivers. At our market REAL farmers sell their own FRESH produce.

Choose from a variety of produce:

The market offers the freshest seasonally available fruits, vegetables, meat, dairy, cheese (including goats cheese and milk), locally caught seafood, olives, macadamia and pecan nuts, honey, avocados, oz rice, salad greens, organic and free eggs, freshly baked bread, and much more. There is also a selection of certified organic produce. In conversion to organic status are our beef and pork from our local farmer and Nimbin Valley Dairy.

Great atmosphere:

You’ll love the atmosphere. The market is developing a reputation for its wonderful vibe, camaraderie and a place to catch up with friends each Wednesday. Freshly brewed coffee, teas and juices along with samosas, baklava and a range of macrobiotic delights means that you find locals enjoying social gatherings with friends as well as interaction with the producers.

Real fresh local food:

We delight in passing on the provenance of our product, together with helpful tips. Many locals from Tweed and beyond now rely on the markets for their fresh produce weekly shop because of the range and quality of produce at the market.

Tweed Twilight Markets
13 June 2014

Tweed Twilight Markets

Located in the heart of Tweed Heads and situated in the award winning Jack Evans Boat Harbour.

Tweed Twilight Markets will provide an alternative business outlet to those in the local community.

The markets will have a core focus on local businesses, creative arts and recreation.

A market for all ages, families and cultures.

The Tweed Twilight Markets are held every 2nd & 4th Friday of the month from 2pm – 8pm.

Kingscliff Chamber of Commerce Business Networking Breakfast
17 June 2014

Kingscliff Chamber of Commerce Business Networking Breakfast

Kingscliff & District Chamber of Commerce cordially invites you to attend our Business Networking Breakfast to be held at Kingscliff Beach Bowls Club on Tuesday 17 June 2014, commencing at 6:40am

This is your chance to learn from informative speakers, network with like-minded business colleagues, enjoy a delicious breakfast.

Visitors are welcome. Bookings are essential to assist with catering. RSVP to info@kingscliffchamber.com.au

Special dietary needs will be catered for if notified in advance.

Come and have a say in the business community of the Tweed Coast.

 

Murwillumbah Farmers’ Market
18 June 2014

Murwillumbah Farmers’ Market

Visit the Murwillumbah Farmers’ Market with the finest and freshest produce from the Tweed Valley and Northern Rivers. At our market REAL farmers sell their own FRESH produce.

Choose from a variety of produce:

The market offers the freshest seasonally available fruits, vegetables, meat, dairy, cheese (including goats cheese and milk), locally caught seafood, olives, macadamia and pecan nuts, honey, avocados, oz rice, salad greens, organic and free eggs, freshly baked bread, and much more. There is also a selection of certified organic produce. In conversion to organic status are our beef and pork from our local farmer and Nimbin Valley Dairy.

Great atmosphere:

You’ll love the atmosphere. The market is developing a reputation for its wonderful vibe, camaraderie and a place to catch up with friends each Wednesday. Freshly brewed coffee, teas and juices along with samosas, baklava and a range of macrobiotic delights means that you find locals enjoying social gatherings with friends as well as interaction with the producers.

Real fresh local food:

We delight in passing on the provenance of our product, together with helpful tips. Many locals from Tweed and beyond now rely on the markets for their fresh produce weekly shop because of the range and quality of produce at the market.

Murwillumbah Farmers’ Market
25 June 2014

Murwillumbah Farmers’ Market

Visit the Murwillumbah Farmers’ Market with the finest and freshest produce from the Tweed Valley and Northern Rivers. At our market REAL farmers sell their own FRESH produce.

Choose from a variety of produce:

The market offers the freshest seasonally available fruits, vegetables, meat, dairy, cheese (including goats cheese and milk), locally caught seafood, olives, macadamia and pecan nuts, honey, avocados, oz rice, salad greens, organic and free eggs, freshly baked bread, and much more. There is also a selection of certified organic produce. In conversion to organic status are our beef and pork from our local farmer and Nimbin Valley Dairy.

Great atmosphere:

You’ll love the atmosphere. The market is developing a reputation for its wonderful vibe, camaraderie and a place to catch up with friends each Wednesday. Freshly brewed coffee, teas and juices along with samosas, baklava and a range of macrobiotic delights means that you find locals enjoying social gatherings with friends as well as interaction with the producers.

Real fresh local food:

We delight in passing on the provenance of our product, together with helpful tips. Many locals from Tweed and beyond now rely on the markets for their fresh produce weekly shop because of the range and quality of produce at the market.

Murwillumbah Business Networking Breakfast
26 June 2014

Murwillumbah Business Networking Breakfast

Friendly professional business networking for local business owners and professionals. Enjoy establishing real connections over a hot breakfast in a delightful relaxing location.

Murwillumbah Farmers’ Market
2 July 2014

Murwillumbah Farmers’ Market

Visit the Murwillumbah Farmers’ Market with the finest and freshest produce from the Tweed Valley and Northern Rivers. At our market REAL farmers sell their own FRESH produce.

Choose from a variety of produce:

The market offers the freshest seasonally available fruits, vegetables, meat, dairy, cheese (including goats cheese and milk), locally caught seafood, olives, macadamia and pecan nuts, honey, avocados, oz rice, salad greens, organic and free eggs, freshly baked bread, and much more. There is also a selection of certified organic produce. In conversion to organic status are our beef and pork from our local farmer and Nimbin Valley Dairy.

Great atmosphere:

You’ll love the atmosphere. The market is developing a reputation for its wonderful vibe, camaraderie and a place to catch up with friends each Wednesday. Freshly brewed coffee, teas and juices along with samosas, baklava and a range of macrobiotic delights means that you find locals enjoying social gatherings with friends as well as interaction with the producers.

Real fresh local food:

We delight in passing on the provenance of our product, together with helpful tips. Many locals from Tweed and beyond now rely on the markets for their fresh produce weekly shop because of the range and quality of produce at the market.

Murwillumbah Business Chamber Networking  Breakfast
4 July 2014 - 5 July 2014

Murwillumbah Business Chamber Networking Breakfast

 

Murwillumbah District Business Chamber (MDBC) is a voluntary partnership of business and professional people working together to build a prosperous future.

 

MDBC is a membership organisation for business in Murwillumbah and surrounding villages and you’re invited to attend our monthly breakfast meetings and connect with decision makers.

 

Monthly meetings are filled with great opportunities to hear informative speakers, keep up to date on local business information and most importantly have the chance to build relationships with business owners and operators.

 

People like to do business with people they know and trust, so bring along plenty of business cards and develop your professional relationships.

 

Kingscliff Lantern Markets
4 July 2014

Kingscliff Lantern Markets

Kingscliff Lantern Markets is another great reason to visit and stay in the beautiful seaside village of Kingscliff.

Eat, drink and be entertained at this festa by lantern and light. The monthly markets are a celebration for everyone.

Kingscliff Lantern Markets are held on the foreshore of Kingscliff in Lions Park next to the Cudgen Surf Life Saving Club on the first Friday of every month. 

The markets have a great reputation for proving the best:

  • Fashion and  fair
  • Art and craft
  • Entertainment and live music

Visit the markets and make a weekend of it in the beautiful seaside village of Kingscliff.

Murwillumbah Farmers’ Market
9 July 2014

Murwillumbah Farmers’ Market

Visit the Murwillumbah Farmers’ Market with the finest and freshest produce from the Tweed Valley and Northern Rivers. At our market REAL farmers sell their own FRESH produce.

Choose from a variety of produce:

The market offers the freshest seasonally available fruits, vegetables, meat, dairy, cheese (including goats cheese and milk), locally caught seafood, olives, macadamia and pecan nuts, honey, avocados, oz rice, salad greens, organic and free eggs, freshly baked bread, and much more. There is also a selection of certified organic produce. In conversion to organic status are our beef and pork from our local farmer and Nimbin Valley Dairy.

Great atmosphere:

You’ll love the atmosphere. The market is developing a reputation for its wonderful vibe, camaraderie and a place to catch up with friends each Wednesday. Freshly brewed coffee, teas and juices along with samosas, baklava and a range of macrobiotic delights means that you find locals enjoying social gatherings with friends as well as interaction with the producers.

Real fresh local food:

We delight in passing on the provenance of our product, together with helpful tips. Many locals from Tweed and beyond now rely on the markets for their fresh produce weekly shop because of the range and quality of produce at the market.

Tweed Twilight Markets
11 July 2014

Tweed Twilight Markets

Located in the heart of Tweed Heads and situated in the award winning Jack Evans Boat Harbour.

Tweed Twilight Markets will provide an alternative business outlet to those in the local community.

The markets will have a core focus on local businesses, creative arts and recreation.

A market for all ages, families and cultures.

The Tweed Twilight Markets are held every 2nd & 4th Friday of the month from 2pm – 8pm.

Murwillumbah Farmers’ Market
16 July 2014

Murwillumbah Farmers’ Market

Visit the Murwillumbah Farmers’ Market with the finest and freshest produce from the Tweed Valley and Northern Rivers. At our market REAL farmers sell their own FRESH produce.

Choose from a variety of produce:

The market offers the freshest seasonally available fruits, vegetables, meat, dairy, cheese (including goats cheese and milk), locally caught seafood, olives, macadamia and pecan nuts, honey, avocados, oz rice, salad greens, organic and free eggs, freshly baked bread, and much more. There is also a selection of certified organic produce. In conversion to organic status are our beef and pork from our local farmer and Nimbin Valley Dairy.

Great atmosphere:

You’ll love the atmosphere. The market is developing a reputation for its wonderful vibe, camaraderie and a place to catch up with friends each Wednesday. Freshly brewed coffee, teas and juices along with samosas, baklava and a range of macrobiotic delights means that you find locals enjoying social gatherings with friends as well as interaction with the producers.

Real fresh local food:

We delight in passing on the provenance of our product, together with helpful tips. Many locals from Tweed and beyond now rely on the markets for their fresh produce weekly shop because of the range and quality of produce at the market.

Murwillumbah Farmers’ Market
23 July 2014

Murwillumbah Farmers’ Market

Visit the Murwillumbah Farmers’ Market with the finest and freshest produce from the Tweed Valley and Northern Rivers. At our market REAL farmers sell their own FRESH produce.

Choose from a variety of produce:

The market offers the freshest seasonally available fruits, vegetables, meat, dairy, cheese (including goats cheese and milk), locally caught seafood, olives, macadamia and pecan nuts, honey, avocados, oz rice, salad greens, organic and free eggs, freshly baked bread, and much more. There is also a selection of certified organic produce. In conversion to organic status are our beef and pork from our local farmer and Nimbin Valley Dairy.

Great atmosphere:

You’ll love the atmosphere. The market is developing a reputation for its wonderful vibe, camaraderie and a place to catch up with friends each Wednesday. Freshly brewed coffee, teas and juices along with samosas, baklava and a range of macrobiotic delights means that you find locals enjoying social gatherings with friends as well as interaction with the producers.

Real fresh local food:

We delight in passing on the provenance of our product, together with helpful tips. Many locals from Tweed and beyond now rely on the markets for their fresh produce weekly shop because of the range and quality of produce at the market.

Murwillumbah Farmers’ Market
30 July 2014

Murwillumbah Farmers’ Market

Visit the Murwillumbah Farmers’ Market with the finest and freshest produce from the Tweed Valley and Northern Rivers. At our market REAL farmers sell their own FRESH produce.

Choose from a variety of produce:

The market offers the freshest seasonally available fruits, vegetables, meat, dairy, cheese (including goats cheese and milk), locally caught seafood, olives, macadamia and pecan nuts, honey, avocados, oz rice, salad greens, organic and free eggs, freshly baked bread, and much more. There is also a selection of certified organic produce. In conversion to organic status are our beef and pork from our local farmer and Nimbin Valley Dairy.

Great atmosphere:

You’ll love the atmosphere. The market is developing a reputation for its wonderful vibe, camaraderie and a place to catch up with friends each Wednesday. Freshly brewed coffee, teas and juices along with samosas, baklava and a range of macrobiotic delights means that you find locals enjoying social gatherings with friends as well as interaction with the producers.

Real fresh local food:

We delight in passing on the provenance of our product, together with helpful tips. Many locals from Tweed and beyond now rely on the markets for their fresh produce weekly shop because of the range and quality of produce at the market.

Murwillumbah Business Networking Breakfast
31 July 2014

Murwillumbah Business Networking Breakfast

Friendly professional business networking for local business owners and professionals. Enjoy establishing real connections over a hot breakfast in a delightful relaxing location.

Murwillumbah Business Chamber Networking  Breakfast
1 August 2014 - 2 August 2014

Murwillumbah Business Chamber Networking Breakfast

 

Murwillumbah District Business Chamber (MDBC) is a voluntary partnership of business and professional people working together to build a prosperous future.

 

MDBC is a membership organisation for business in Murwillumbah and surrounding villages and you’re invited to attend our monthly breakfast meetings and connect with decision makers.

 

Monthly meetings are filled with great opportunities to hear informative speakers, keep up to date on local business information and most importantly have the chance to build relationships with business owners and operators.

 

People like to do business with people they know and trust, so bring along plenty of business cards and develop your professional relationships.

 

Kingscliff Lantern Markets
1 August 2014

Kingscliff Lantern Markets

Kingscliff Lantern Markets is another great reason to visit and stay in the beautiful seaside village of Kingscliff.

Eat, drink and be entertained at this festa by lantern and light. The monthly markets are a celebration for everyone.

Kingscliff Lantern Markets are held on the foreshore of Kingscliff in Lions Park next to the Cudgen Surf Life Saving Club on the first Friday of every month. 

The markets have a great reputation for proving the best:

  • Fashion and  fair
  • Art and craft
  • Entertainment and live music

Visit the markets and make a weekend of it in the beautiful seaside village of Kingscliff.

Murwillumbah Farmers’ Market
6 August 2014

Murwillumbah Farmers’ Market

Visit the Murwillumbah Farmers’ Market with the finest and freshest produce from the Tweed Valley and Northern Rivers. At our market REAL farmers sell their own FRESH produce.

Choose from a variety of produce:

The market offers the freshest seasonally available fruits, vegetables, meat, dairy, cheese (including goats cheese and milk), locally caught seafood, olives, macadamia and pecan nuts, honey, avocados, oz rice, salad greens, organic and free eggs, freshly baked bread, and much more. There is also a selection of certified organic produce. In conversion to organic status are our beef and pork from our local farmer and Nimbin Valley Dairy.

Great atmosphere:

You’ll love the atmosphere. The market is developing a reputation for its wonderful vibe, camaraderie and a place to catch up with friends each Wednesday. Freshly brewed coffee, teas and juices along with samosas, baklava and a range of macrobiotic delights means that you find locals enjoying social gatherings with friends as well as interaction with the producers.

Real fresh local food:

We delight in passing on the provenance of our product, together with helpful tips. Many locals from Tweed and beyond now rely on the markets for their fresh produce weekly shop because of the range and quality of produce at the market.

Tweed Twilight Markets
8 August 2014

Tweed Twilight Markets

Located in the heart of Tweed Heads and situated in the award winning Jack Evans Boat Harbour.

Tweed Twilight Markets will provide an alternative business outlet to those in the local community.

The markets will have a core focus on local businesses, creative arts and recreation.

A market for all ages, families and cultures.

The Tweed Twilight Markets are held every 2nd & 4th Friday of the month from 2pm – 8pm.

16th Tweed Antiques & Collectables Fair
9 August 2014 - 10 August 2014

16th Tweed Antiques & Collectables Fair

The 16th Tweed Antiques & Collectables Fair is an annual event not to be missed. The Fair, presented by the Tweed Gold Coast Family History & Heritage Association, brings together a fine group of antiques & collectables dealers from all over New South Wales and Queensland.

The Fair will offer a fantastic array of antiques, collectables, fine china, ceramics, jewellery, furniture and many other items of interest for purchase. There will be something to appeal to the discerning collector, the enthusiastic decorator or the lover of antique and vintage items.

The Fair will be held at the Tweed Heads Civic Centre, which is located next door to the Tweed Heads Bowls Club in Wharf Street, Tweed Heads. Doors will be open at 9am-5pm on Saturday 9 August and 10am-3pm on Sunday, 10 August. Entry fee is $5, with children under the age of 12 admitted for free.

Also on display will be the fine work of artist Michael McMahon and a family history display for those who are curious about this fascinating and addictive hobby.

Refreshments will be available all weekend.

Murwillumbah Farmers’ Market
13 August 2014

Murwillumbah Farmers’ Market

Visit the Murwillumbah Farmers’ Market with the finest and freshest produce from the Tweed Valley and Northern Rivers. At our market REAL farmers sell their own FRESH produce.

Choose from a variety of produce:

The market offers the freshest seasonally available fruits, vegetables, meat, dairy, cheese (including goats cheese and milk), locally caught seafood, olives, macadamia and pecan nuts, honey, avocados, oz rice, salad greens, organic and free eggs, freshly baked bread, and much more. There is also a selection of certified organic produce. In conversion to organic status are our beef and pork from our local farmer and Nimbin Valley Dairy.

Great atmosphere:

You’ll love the atmosphere. The market is developing a reputation for its wonderful vibe, camaraderie and a place to catch up with friends each Wednesday. Freshly brewed coffee, teas and juices along with samosas, baklava and a range of macrobiotic delights means that you find locals enjoying social gatherings with friends as well as interaction with the producers.

Real fresh local food:

We delight in passing on the provenance of our product, together with helpful tips. Many locals from Tweed and beyond now rely on the markets for their fresh produce weekly shop because of the range and quality of produce at the market.

Murwillumbah Farmers’ Market
20 August 2014

Murwillumbah Farmers’ Market

Visit the Murwillumbah Farmers’ Market with the finest and freshest produce from the Tweed Valley and Northern Rivers. At our market REAL farmers sell their own FRESH produce.

Choose from a variety of produce:

The market offers the freshest seasonally available fruits, vegetables, meat, dairy, cheese (including goats cheese and milk), locally caught seafood, olives, macadamia and pecan nuts, honey, avocados, oz rice, salad greens, organic and free eggs, freshly baked bread, and much more. There is also a selection of certified organic produce. In conversion to organic status are our beef and pork from our local farmer and Nimbin Valley Dairy.

Great atmosphere:

You’ll love the atmosphere. The market is developing a reputation for its wonderful vibe, camaraderie and a place to catch up with friends each Wednesday. Freshly brewed coffee, teas and juices along with samosas, baklava and a range of macrobiotic delights means that you find locals enjoying social gatherings with friends as well as interaction with the producers.

Real fresh local food:

We delight in passing on the provenance of our product, together with helpful tips. Many locals from Tweed and beyond now rely on the markets for their fresh produce weekly shop because of the range and quality of produce at the market.

Murwillumbah Farmers’ Market
27 August 2014

Murwillumbah Farmers’ Market

Visit the Murwillumbah Farmers’ Market with the finest and freshest produce from the Tweed Valley and Northern Rivers. At our market REAL farmers sell their own FRESH produce.

Choose from a variety of produce:

The market offers the freshest seasonally available fruits, vegetables, meat, dairy, cheese (including goats cheese and milk), locally caught seafood, olives, macadamia and pecan nuts, honey, avocados, oz rice, salad greens, organic and free eggs, freshly baked bread, and much more. There is also a selection of certified organic produce. In conversion to organic status are our beef and pork from our local farmer and Nimbin Valley Dairy.

Great atmosphere:

You’ll love the atmosphere. The market is developing a reputation for its wonderful vibe, camaraderie and a place to catch up with friends each Wednesday. Freshly brewed coffee, teas and juices along with samosas, baklava and a range of macrobiotic delights means that you find locals enjoying social gatherings with friends as well as interaction with the producers.

Real fresh local food:

We delight in passing on the provenance of our product, together with helpful tips. Many locals from Tweed and beyond now rely on the markets for their fresh produce weekly shop because of the range and quality of produce at the market.

Murwillumbah Business Networking Breakfast
28 August 2014

Murwillumbah Business Networking Breakfast

Friendly professional business networking for local business owners and professionals. Enjoy establishing real connections over a hot breakfast in a delightful relaxing location.

Murwillumbah Farmers’ Market
3 September 2014

Murwillumbah Farmers’ Market

Visit the Murwillumbah Farmers’ Market with the finest and freshest produce from the Tweed Valley and Northern Rivers. At our market REAL farmers sell their own FRESH produce.

Choose from a variety of produce:

The market offers the freshest seasonally available fruits, vegetables, meat, dairy, cheese (including goats cheese and milk), locally caught seafood, olives, macadamia and pecan nuts, honey, avocados, oz rice, salad greens, organic and free eggs, freshly baked bread, and much more. There is also a selection of certified organic produce. In conversion to organic status are our beef and pork from our local farmer and Nimbin Valley Dairy.

Great atmosphere:

You’ll love the atmosphere. The market is developing a reputation for its wonderful vibe, camaraderie and a place to catch up with friends each Wednesday. Freshly brewed coffee, teas and juices along with samosas, baklava and a range of macrobiotic delights means that you find locals enjoying social gatherings with friends as well as interaction with the producers.

Real fresh local food:

We delight in passing on the provenance of our product, together with helpful tips. Many locals from Tweed and beyond now rely on the markets for their fresh produce weekly shop because of the range and quality of produce at the market.

Murwillumbah Business Chamber Networking  Breakfast
5 September 2014 - 6 September 2014

Murwillumbah Business Chamber Networking Breakfast

 

Murwillumbah District Business Chamber (MDBC) is a voluntary partnership of business and professional people working together to build a prosperous future.

 

MDBC is a membership organisation for business in Murwillumbah and surrounding villages and you’re invited to attend our monthly breakfast meetings and connect with decision makers.

 

Monthly meetings are filled with great opportunities to hear informative speakers, keep up to date on local business information and most importantly have the chance to build relationships with business owners and operators.

 

People like to do business with people they know and trust, so bring along plenty of business cards and develop your professional relationships.

 

Kingscliff Lantern Markets
5 September 2014

Kingscliff Lantern Markets

Kingscliff Lantern Markets is another great reason to visit and stay in the beautiful seaside village of Kingscliff.

Eat, drink and be entertained at this festa by lantern and light. The monthly markets are a celebration for everyone.

Kingscliff Lantern Markets are held on the foreshore of Kingscliff in Lions Park next to the Cudgen Surf Life Saving Club on the first Friday of every month. 

The markets have a great reputation for proving the best:

  • Fashion and  fair
  • Art and craft
  • Entertainment and live music

Visit the markets and make a weekend of it in the beautiful seaside village of Kingscliff.

Murwillumbah Farmers’ Market
10 September 2014

Murwillumbah Farmers’ Market

Visit the Murwillumbah Farmers’ Market with the finest and freshest produce from the Tweed Valley and Northern Rivers. At our market REAL farmers sell their own FRESH produce.

Choose from a variety of produce:

The market offers the freshest seasonally available fruits, vegetables, meat, dairy, cheese (including goats cheese and milk), locally caught seafood, olives, macadamia and pecan nuts, honey, avocados, oz rice, salad greens, organic and free eggs, freshly baked bread, and much more. There is also a selection of certified organic produce. In conversion to organic status are our beef and pork from our local farmer and Nimbin Valley Dairy.

Great atmosphere:

You’ll love the atmosphere. The market is developing a reputation for its wonderful vibe, camaraderie and a place to catch up with friends each Wednesday. Freshly brewed coffee, teas and juices along with samosas, baklava and a range of macrobiotic delights means that you find locals enjoying social gatherings with friends as well as interaction with the producers.

Real fresh local food:

We delight in passing on the provenance of our product, together with helpful tips. Many locals from Tweed and beyond now rely on the markets for their fresh produce weekly shop because of the range and quality of produce at the market.

Swell Sculpture Festival
12 September 2014 - 24 September 2014

Swell Sculpture Festival

Experience a wondrous display of 50 sculptures built by artists from Australia and abroad as we celebrate the  annual Swell Sculpture Festival at Currumbin Beach. The free exhibition is open all hours with a selection of sculptures revealing a new verve as they are lit up under the southern sky.

Over 10 days, visitors can experience the sculptures, enjoy twilight walks, informative artist talks, wander through the Swell Smalls Gallery and participate in childrens’ workshops.

Swell Sculpture Festival inspires, amuses and uplifts and captures the hearts and minds of all who visit.

Tweed Twilight Markets
12 September 2014

Tweed Twilight Markets

Located in the heart of Tweed Heads and situated in the award winning Jack Evans Boat Harbour.

Tweed Twilight Markets will provide an alternative business outlet to those in the local community.

The markets will have a core focus on local businesses, creative arts and recreation.

A market for all ages, families and cultures.

The Tweed Twilight Markets are held every 2nd & 4th Friday of the month from 2pm – 8pm.

Murwillumbah Farmers’ Market
17 September 2014

Murwillumbah Farmers’ Market

Visit the Murwillumbah Farmers’ Market with the finest and freshest produce from the Tweed Valley and Northern Rivers. At our market REAL farmers sell their own FRESH produce.

Choose from a variety of produce:

The market offers the freshest seasonally available fruits, vegetables, meat, dairy, cheese (including goats cheese and milk), locally caught seafood, olives, macadamia and pecan nuts, honey, avocados, oz rice, salad greens, organic and free eggs, freshly baked bread, and much more. There is also a selection of certified organic produce. In conversion to organic status are our beef and pork from our local farmer and Nimbin Valley Dairy.

Great atmosphere:

You’ll love the atmosphere. The market is developing a reputation for its wonderful vibe, camaraderie and a place to catch up with friends each Wednesday. Freshly brewed coffee, teas and juices along with samosas, baklava and a range of macrobiotic delights means that you find locals enjoying social gatherings with friends as well as interaction with the producers.

Real fresh local food:

We delight in passing on the provenance of our product, together with helpful tips. Many locals from Tweed and beyond now rely on the markets for their fresh produce weekly shop because of the range and quality of produce at the market.

Murwillumbah Farmers’ Market
24 September 2014

Murwillumbah Farmers’ Market

Visit the Murwillumbah Farmers’ Market with the finest and freshest produce from the Tweed Valley and Northern Rivers. At our market REAL farmers sell their own FRESH produce.

Choose from a variety of produce:

The market offers the freshest seasonally available fruits, vegetables, meat, dairy, cheese (including goats cheese and milk), locally caught seafood, olives, macadamia and pecan nuts, honey, avocados, oz rice, salad greens, organic and free eggs, freshly baked bread, and much more. There is also a selection of certified organic produce. In conversion to organic status are our beef and pork from our local farmer and Nimbin Valley Dairy.

Great atmosphere:

You’ll love the atmosphere. The market is developing a reputation for its wonderful vibe, camaraderie and a place to catch up with friends each Wednesday. Freshly brewed coffee, teas and juices along with samosas, baklava and a range of macrobiotic delights means that you find locals enjoying social gatherings with friends as well as interaction with the producers.

Real fresh local food:

We delight in passing on the provenance of our product, together with helpful tips. Many locals from Tweed and beyond now rely on the markets for their fresh produce weekly shop because of the range and quality of produce at the market.

Murwillumbah Business Networking Breakfast
25 September 2014

Murwillumbah Business Networking Breakfast

Friendly professional business networking for local business owners and professionals. Enjoy establishing real connections over a hot breakfast in a delightful relaxing location.

Murwillumbah Farmers’ Market
1 October 2014

Murwillumbah Farmers’ Market

Visit the Murwillumbah Farmers’ Market with the finest and freshest produce from the Tweed Valley and Northern Rivers. At our market REAL farmers sell their own FRESH produce.

Choose from a variety of produce:

The market offers the freshest seasonally available fruits, vegetables, meat, dairy, cheese (including goats cheese and milk), locally caught seafood, olives, macadamia and pecan nuts, honey, avocados, oz rice, salad greens, organic and free eggs, freshly baked bread, and much more. There is also a selection of certified organic produce. In conversion to organic status are our beef and pork from our local farmer and Nimbin Valley Dairy.

Great atmosphere:

You’ll love the atmosphere. The market is developing a reputation for its wonderful vibe, camaraderie and a place to catch up with friends each Wednesday. Freshly brewed coffee, teas and juices along with samosas, baklava and a range of macrobiotic delights means that you find locals enjoying social gatherings with friends as well as interaction with the producers.

Real fresh local food:

We delight in passing on the provenance of our product, together with helpful tips. Many locals from Tweed and beyond now rely on the markets for their fresh produce weekly shop because of the range and quality of produce at the market.

Murwillumbah Business Chamber Networking  Breakfast
3 October 2014 - 4 October 2014

Murwillumbah Business Chamber Networking Breakfast

 

Murwillumbah District Business Chamber (MDBC) is a voluntary partnership of business and professional people working together to build a prosperous future.

 

MDBC is a membership organisation for business in Murwillumbah and surrounding villages and you’re invited to attend our monthly breakfast meetings and connect with decision makers.

 

Monthly meetings are filled with great opportunities to hear informative speakers, keep up to date on local business information and most importantly have the chance to build relationships with business owners and operators.

 

People like to do business with people they know and trust, so bring along plenty of business cards and develop your professional relationships.

 

Kingscliff Lantern Markets
3 October 2014

Kingscliff Lantern Markets

Kingscliff Lantern Markets is another great reason to visit and stay in the beautiful seaside village of Kingscliff.

Eat, drink and be entertained at this festa by lantern and light. The monthly markets are a celebration for everyone.

Kingscliff Lantern Markets are held on the foreshore of Kingscliff in Lions Park next to the Cudgen Surf Life Saving Club on the first Friday of every month. 

The markets have a great reputation for proving the best:

  • Fashion and  fair
  • Art and craft
  • Entertainment and live music

Visit the markets and make a weekend of it in the beautiful seaside village of Kingscliff.

Murwillumbah Farmers’ Market
8 October 2014

Murwillumbah Farmers’ Market

Visit the Murwillumbah Farmers’ Market with the finest and freshest produce from the Tweed Valley and Northern Rivers. At our market REAL farmers sell their own FRESH produce.

Choose from a variety of produce:

The market offers the freshest seasonally available fruits, vegetables, meat, dairy, cheese (including goats cheese and milk), locally caught seafood, olives, macadamia and pecan nuts, honey, avocados, oz rice, salad greens, organic and free eggs, freshly baked bread, and much more. There is also a selection of certified organic produce. In conversion to organic status are our beef and pork from our local farmer and Nimbin Valley Dairy.

Great atmosphere:

You’ll love the atmosphere. The market is developing a reputation for its wonderful vibe, camaraderie and a place to catch up with friends each Wednesday. Freshly brewed coffee, teas and juices along with samosas, baklava and a range of macrobiotic delights means that you find locals enjoying social gatherings with friends as well as interaction with the producers.

Real fresh local food:

We delight in passing on the provenance of our product, together with helpful tips. Many locals from Tweed and beyond now rely on the markets for their fresh produce weekly shop because of the range and quality of produce at the market.

Tweed Twilight Markets
10 October 2014

Tweed Twilight Markets

Located in the heart of Tweed Heads and situated in the award winning Jack Evans Boat Harbour.

Tweed Twilight Markets will provide an alternative business outlet to those in the local community.

The markets will have a core focus on local businesses, creative arts and recreation.

A market for all ages, families and cultures.

The Tweed Twilight Markets are held every 2nd & 4th Friday of the month from 2pm – 8pm.

Tweed River Classic Boat Regatta
11 October 2014

Tweed River Classic Boat Regatta

The Tweed River Classic Boat Regatta will be held again on the 11 October at the Condong Boat ramp, Mcleod Street Condong.  Great fun to be had by all. Come along and see the beautiful classic boats, we will also have classic cars a brass band and sausage sizzle. All welcome.  follow the signs from Tweed Valley Way. If you have a classic boat and would like to join the regatta please email the committee  tweedvalleyclassicboatregatta@outlook.com

 

Murwillumbah Farmers’ Market
15 October 2014

Murwillumbah Farmers’ Market

Visit the Murwillumbah Farmers’ Market with the finest and freshest produce from the Tweed Valley and Northern Rivers. At our market REAL farmers sell their own FRESH produce.

Choose from a variety of produce:

The market offers the freshest seasonally available fruits, vegetables, meat, dairy, cheese (including goats cheese and milk), locally caught seafood, olives, macadamia and pecan nuts, honey, avocados, oz rice, salad greens, organic and free eggs, freshly baked bread, and much more. There is also a selection of certified organic produce. In conversion to organic status are our beef and pork from our local farmer and Nimbin Valley Dairy.

Great atmosphere:

You’ll love the atmosphere. The market is developing a reputation for its wonderful vibe, camaraderie and a place to catch up with friends each Wednesday. Freshly brewed coffee, teas and juices along with samosas, baklava and a range of macrobiotic delights means that you find locals enjoying social gatherings with friends as well as interaction with the producers.

Real fresh local food:

We delight in passing on the provenance of our product, together with helpful tips. Many locals from Tweed and beyond now rely on the markets for their fresh produce weekly shop because of the range and quality of produce at the market.

Murwillumbah Farmers’ Market
22 October 2014

Murwillumbah Farmers’ Market

Visit the Murwillumbah Farmers’ Market with the finest and freshest produce from the Tweed Valley and Northern Rivers. At our market REAL farmers sell their own FRESH produce.

Choose from a variety of produce:

The market offers the freshest seasonally available fruits, vegetables, meat, dairy, cheese (including goats cheese and milk), locally caught seafood, olives, macadamia and pecan nuts, honey, avocados, oz rice, salad greens, organic and free eggs, freshly baked bread, and much more. There is also a selection of certified organic produce. In conversion to organic status are our beef and pork from our local farmer and Nimbin Valley Dairy.

Great atmosphere:

You’ll love the atmosphere. The market is developing a reputation for its wonderful vibe, camaraderie and a place to catch up with friends each Wednesday. Freshly brewed coffee, teas and juices along with samosas, baklava and a range of macrobiotic delights means that you find locals enjoying social gatherings with friends as well as interaction with the producers.

Real fresh local food:

We delight in passing on the provenance of our product, together with helpful tips. Many locals from Tweed and beyond now rely on the markets for their fresh produce weekly shop because of the range and quality of produce at the market.

Murwillumbah Farmers’ Market
29 October 2014

Murwillumbah Farmers’ Market

Visit the Murwillumbah Farmers’ Market with the finest and freshest produce from the Tweed Valley and Northern Rivers. At our market REAL farmers sell their own FRESH produce.

Choose from a variety of produce:

The market offers the freshest seasonally available fruits, vegetables, meat, dairy, cheese (including goats cheese and milk), locally caught seafood, olives, macadamia and pecan nuts, honey, avocados, oz rice, salad greens, organic and free eggs, freshly baked bread, and much more. There is also a selection of certified organic produce. In conversion to organic status are our beef and pork from our local farmer and Nimbin Valley Dairy.

Great atmosphere:

You’ll love the atmosphere. The market is developing a reputation for its wonderful vibe, camaraderie and a place to catch up with friends each Wednesday. Freshly brewed coffee, teas and juices along with samosas, baklava and a range of macrobiotic delights means that you find locals enjoying social gatherings with friends as well as interaction with the producers.

Real fresh local food:

We delight in passing on the provenance of our product, together with helpful tips. Many locals from Tweed and beyond now rely on the markets for their fresh produce weekly shop because of the range and quality of produce at the market.

Murwillumbah Business Networking Breakfast
30 October 2014

Murwillumbah Business Networking Breakfast

Friendly professional business networking for local business owners and professionals. Enjoy establishing real connections over a hot breakfast in a delightful relaxing location.

Murwillumbah Farmers’ Market
5 November 2014

Murwillumbah Farmers’ Market

Visit the Murwillumbah Farmers’ Market with the finest and freshest produce from the Tweed Valley and Northern Rivers. At our market REAL farmers sell their own FRESH produce.

Choose from a variety of produce:

The market offers the freshest seasonally available fruits, vegetables, meat, dairy, cheese (including goats cheese and milk), locally caught seafood, olives, macadamia and pecan nuts, honey, avocados, oz rice, salad greens, organic and free eggs, freshly baked bread, and much more. There is also a selection of certified organic produce. In conversion to organic status are our beef and pork from our local farmer and Nimbin Valley Dairy.

Great atmosphere:

You’ll love the atmosphere. The market is developing a reputation for its wonderful vibe, camaraderie and a place to catch up with friends each Wednesday. Freshly brewed coffee, teas and juices along with samosas, baklava and a range of macrobiotic delights means that you find locals enjoying social gatherings with friends as well as interaction with the producers.

Real fresh local food:

We delight in passing on the provenance of our product, together with helpful tips. Many locals from Tweed and beyond now rely on the markets for their fresh produce weekly shop because of the range and quality of produce at the market.

Murwillumbah Business Chamber Networking  Breakfast
7 November 2014 - 8 November 2014

Murwillumbah Business Chamber Networking Breakfast

 

Murwillumbah District Business Chamber (MDBC) is a voluntary partnership of business and professional people working together to build a prosperous future.

 

MDBC is a membership organisation for business in Murwillumbah and surrounding villages and you’re invited to attend our monthly breakfast meetings and connect with decision makers.

 

Monthly meetings are filled with great opportunities to hear informative speakers, keep up to date on local business information and most importantly have the chance to build relationships with business owners and operators.

 

People like to do business with people they know and trust, so bring along plenty of business cards and develop your professional relationships.

 

Kingscliff Lantern Markets
7 November 2014

Kingscliff Lantern Markets

Kingscliff Lantern Markets is another great reason to visit and stay in the beautiful seaside village of Kingscliff.

Eat, drink and be entertained at this festa by lantern and light. The monthly markets are a celebration for everyone.

Kingscliff Lantern Markets are held on the foreshore of Kingscliff in Lions Park next to the Cudgen Surf Life Saving Club on the first Friday of every month. 

The markets have a great reputation for proving the best:

  • Fashion and  fair
  • Art and craft
  • Entertainment and live music

Visit the markets and make a weekend of it in the beautiful seaside village of Kingscliff.

Murwillumbah Farmers’ Market
12 November 2014

Murwillumbah Farmers’ Market

Visit the Murwillumbah Farmers’ Market with the finest and freshest produce from the Tweed Valley and Northern Rivers. At our market REAL farmers sell their own FRESH produce.

Choose from a variety of produce:

The market offers the freshest seasonally available fruits, vegetables, meat, dairy, cheese (including goats cheese and milk), locally caught seafood, olives, macadamia and pecan nuts, honey, avocados, oz rice, salad greens, organic and free eggs, freshly baked bread, and much more. There is also a selection of certified organic produce. In conversion to organic status are our beef and pork from our local farmer and Nimbin Valley Dairy.

Great atmosphere:

You’ll love the atmosphere. The market is developing a reputation for its wonderful vibe, camaraderie and a place to catch up with friends each Wednesday. Freshly brewed coffee, teas and juices along with samosas, baklava and a range of macrobiotic delights means that you find locals enjoying social gatherings with friends as well as interaction with the producers.

Real fresh local food:

We delight in passing on the provenance of our product, together with helpful tips. Many locals from Tweed and beyond now rely on the markets for their fresh produce weekly shop because of the range and quality of produce at the market.

Tweed Twilight Markets
14 November 2014

Tweed Twilight Markets

Located in the heart of Tweed Heads and situated in the award winning Jack Evans Boat Harbour.

Tweed Twilight Markets will provide an alternative business outlet to those in the local community.

The markets will have a core focus on local businesses, creative arts and recreation.

A market for all ages, families and cultures.

The Tweed Twilight Markets are held every 2nd & 4th Friday of the month from 2pm – 8pm.

Murwillumbah Farmers’ Market
19 November 2014

Murwillumbah Farmers’ Market

Visit the Murwillumbah Farmers’ Market with the finest and freshest produce from the Tweed Valley and Northern Rivers. At our market REAL farmers sell their own FRESH produce.

Choose from a variety of produce:

The market offers the freshest seasonally available fruits, vegetables, meat, dairy, cheese (including goats cheese and milk), locally caught seafood, olives, macadamia and pecan nuts, honey, avocados, oz rice, salad greens, organic and free eggs, freshly baked bread, and much more. There is also a selection of certified organic produce. In conversion to organic status are our beef and pork from our local farmer and Nimbin Valley Dairy.

Great atmosphere:

You’ll love the atmosphere. The market is developing a reputation for its wonderful vibe, camaraderie and a place to catch up with friends each Wednesday. Freshly brewed coffee, teas and juices along with samosas, baklava and a range of macrobiotic delights means that you find locals enjoying social gatherings with friends as well as interaction with the producers.

Real fresh local food:

We delight in passing on the provenance of our product, together with helpful tips. Many locals from Tweed and beyond now rely on the markets for their fresh produce weekly shop because of the range and quality of produce at the market.

Tweed Foodie Fest
19 November 2014 - 23 November 2014

Tweed Foodie Fest

The Tweed region in Northern NSW celebrates its culture and cuisine with a five-day festival of foodie delights.

From farm tours and cooking classes through to food films and farmers’ markets, the jam-packed program focuses on the journey from paddock to plate, canopy to coast.

Signature events include the Tweed’s Biggest Dinner Party at Murwillumbah (Saturday, 22 November) and Carool Road Open Day (Sunday, 23 November).

Visit our website for all the details.

Murwillumbah Farmers’ Market
26 November 2014

Murwillumbah Farmers’ Market

Visit the Murwillumbah Farmers’ Market with the finest and freshest produce from the Tweed Valley and Northern Rivers. At our market REAL farmers sell their own FRESH produce.

Choose from a variety of produce:

The market offers the freshest seasonally available fruits, vegetables, meat, dairy, cheese (including goats cheese and milk), locally caught seafood, olives, macadamia and pecan nuts, honey, avocados, oz rice, salad greens, organic and free eggs, freshly baked bread, and much more. There is also a selection of certified organic produce. In conversion to organic status are our beef and pork from our local farmer and Nimbin Valley Dairy.

Great atmosphere:

You’ll love the atmosphere. The market is developing a reputation for its wonderful vibe, camaraderie and a place to catch up with friends each Wednesday. Freshly brewed coffee, teas and juices along with samosas, baklava and a range of macrobiotic delights means that you find locals enjoying social gatherings with friends as well as interaction with the producers.

Real fresh local food:

We delight in passing on the provenance of our product, together with helpful tips. Many locals from Tweed and beyond now rely on the markets for their fresh produce weekly shop because of the range and quality of produce at the market.

Murwillumbah Business Networking Breakfast
27 November 2014

Murwillumbah Business Networking Breakfast

Friendly professional business networking for local business owners and professionals. Enjoy establishing real connections over a hot breakfast in a delightful relaxing location.

Murwillumbah Farmers’ Market
3 December 2014

Murwillumbah Farmers’ Market

Visit the Murwillumbah Farmers’ Market with the finest and freshest produce from the Tweed Valley and Northern Rivers. At our market REAL farmers sell their own FRESH produce.

Choose from a variety of produce:

The market offers the freshest seasonally available fruits, vegetables, meat, dairy, cheese (including goats cheese and milk), locally caught seafood, olives, macadamia and pecan nuts, honey, avocados, oz rice, salad greens, organic and free eggs, freshly baked bread, and much more. There is also a selection of certified organic produce. In conversion to organic status are our beef and pork from our local farmer and Nimbin Valley Dairy.

Great atmosphere:

You’ll love the atmosphere. The market is developing a reputation for its wonderful vibe, camaraderie and a place to catch up with friends each Wednesday. Freshly brewed coffee, teas and juices along with samosas, baklava and a range of macrobiotic delights means that you find locals enjoying social gatherings with friends as well as interaction with the producers.

Real fresh local food:

We delight in passing on the provenance of our product, together with helpful tips. Many locals from Tweed and beyond now rely on the markets for their fresh produce weekly shop because of the range and quality of produce at the market.

Murwillumbah Business Chamber Networking  Breakfast
5 December 2014 - 6 December 2014

Murwillumbah Business Chamber Networking Breakfast

 

Murwillumbah District Business Chamber (MDBC) is a voluntary partnership of business and professional people working together to build a prosperous future.

 

MDBC is a membership organisation for business in Murwillumbah and surrounding villages and you’re invited to attend our monthly breakfast meetings and connect with decision makers.

 

Monthly meetings are filled with great opportunities to hear informative speakers, keep up to date on local business information and most importantly have the chance to build relationships with business owners and operators.

 

People like to do business with people they know and trust, so bring along plenty of business cards and develop your professional relationships.

 

Kingscliff Lantern Markets
5 December 2014

Kingscliff Lantern Markets

Kingscliff Lantern Markets is another great reason to visit and stay in the beautiful seaside village of Kingscliff.

Eat, drink and be entertained at this festa by lantern and light. The monthly markets are a celebration for everyone.

Kingscliff Lantern Markets are held on the foreshore of Kingscliff in Lions Park next to the Cudgen Surf Life Saving Club on the first Friday of every month. 

The markets have a great reputation for proving the best:

  • Fashion and  fair
  • Art and craft
  • Entertainment and live music

Visit the markets and make a weekend of it in the beautiful seaside village of Kingscliff.

Murwillumbah Farmers’ Market
10 December 2014

Murwillumbah Farmers’ Market

Visit the Murwillumbah Farmers’ Market with the finest and freshest produce from the Tweed Valley and Northern Rivers. At our market REAL farmers sell their own FRESH produce.

Choose from a variety of produce:

The market offers the freshest seasonally available fruits, vegetables, meat, dairy, cheese (including goats cheese and milk), locally caught seafood, olives, macadamia and pecan nuts, honey, avocados, oz rice, salad greens, organic and free eggs, freshly baked bread, and much more. There is also a selection of certified organic produce. In conversion to organic status are our beef and pork from our local farmer and Nimbin Valley Dairy.

Great atmosphere:

You’ll love the atmosphere. The market is developing a reputation for its wonderful vibe, camaraderie and a place to catch up with friends each Wednesday. Freshly brewed coffee, teas and juices along with samosas, baklava and a range of macrobiotic delights means that you find locals enjoying social gatherings with friends as well as interaction with the producers.

Real fresh local food:

We delight in passing on the provenance of our product, together with helpful tips. Many locals from Tweed and beyond now rely on the markets for their fresh produce weekly shop because of the range and quality of produce at the market.

Tweed Twilight Markets
12 December 2014

Tweed Twilight Markets

Located in the heart of Tweed Heads and situated in the award winning Jack Evans Boat Harbour.

Tweed Twilight Markets will provide an alternative business outlet to those in the local community.

The markets will have a core focus on local businesses, creative arts and recreation.

A market for all ages, families and cultures.

The Tweed Twilight Markets are held every 2nd & 4th Friday of the month from 2pm – 8pm.

Murwillumbah Farmers’ Market
17 December 2014

Murwillumbah Farmers’ Market

Visit the Murwillumbah Farmers’ Market with the finest and freshest produce from the Tweed Valley and Northern Rivers. At our market REAL farmers sell their own FRESH produce.

Choose from a variety of produce:

The market offers the freshest seasonally available fruits, vegetables, meat, dairy, cheese (including goats cheese and milk), locally caught seafood, olives, macadamia and pecan nuts, honey, avocados, oz rice, salad greens, organic and free eggs, freshly baked bread, and much more. There is also a selection of certified organic produce. In conversion to organic status are our beef and pork from our local farmer and Nimbin Valley Dairy.

Great atmosphere:

You’ll love the atmosphere. The market is developing a reputation for its wonderful vibe, camaraderie and a place to catch up with friends each Wednesday. Freshly brewed coffee, teas and juices along with samosas, baklava and a range of macrobiotic delights means that you find locals enjoying social gatherings with friends as well as interaction with the producers.

Real fresh local food:

We delight in passing on the provenance of our product, together with helpful tips. Many locals from Tweed and beyond now rely on the markets for their fresh produce weekly shop because of the range and quality of produce at the market.

Murwillumbah Farmers’ Market
24 December 2014

Murwillumbah Farmers’ Market

Visit the Murwillumbah Farmers’ Market with the finest and freshest produce from the Tweed Valley and Northern Rivers. At our market REAL farmers sell their own FRESH produce.

Choose from a variety of produce:

The market offers the freshest seasonally available fruits, vegetables, meat, dairy, cheese (including goats cheese and milk), locally caught seafood, olives, macadamia and pecan nuts, honey, avocados, oz rice, salad greens, organic and free eggs, freshly baked bread, and much more. There is also a selection of certified organic produce. In conversion to organic status are our beef and pork from our local farmer and Nimbin Valley Dairy.

Great atmosphere:

You’ll love the atmosphere. The market is developing a reputation for its wonderful vibe, camaraderie and a place to catch up with friends each Wednesday. Freshly brewed coffee, teas and juices along with samosas, baklava and a range of macrobiotic delights means that you find locals enjoying social gatherings with friends as well as interaction with the producers.

Real fresh local food:

We delight in passing on the provenance of our product, together with helpful tips. Many locals from Tweed and beyond now rely on the markets for their fresh produce weekly shop because of the range and quality of produce at the market.

Murwillumbah Farmers’ Market
31 December 2014

Murwillumbah Farmers’ Market

Visit the Murwillumbah Farmers’ Market with the finest and freshest produce from the Tweed Valley and Northern Rivers. At our market REAL farmers sell their own FRESH produce.

Choose from a variety of produce:

The market offers the freshest seasonally available fruits, vegetables, meat, dairy, cheese (including goats cheese and milk), locally caught seafood, olives, macadamia and pecan nuts, honey, avocados, oz rice, salad greens, organic and free eggs, freshly baked bread, and much more. There is also a selection of certified organic produce. In conversion to organic status are our beef and pork from our local farmer and Nimbin Valley Dairy.

Great atmosphere:

You’ll love the atmosphere. The market is developing a reputation for its wonderful vibe, camaraderie and a place to catch up with friends each Wednesday. Freshly brewed coffee, teas and juices along with samosas, baklava and a range of macrobiotic delights means that you find locals enjoying social gatherings with friends as well as interaction with the producers.

Real fresh local food:

We delight in passing on the provenance of our product, together with helpful tips. Many locals from Tweed and beyond now rely on the markets for their fresh produce weekly shop because of the range and quality of produce at the market.

Double-up New Year’s Eve
31 December 2014 - 1 January 2015

Double-up New Year’s Eve

At the twin towns of Coolangatta and Tweed Heads you get two New Year’s Eves for the price of one.

Crowds start in Tweed Heads, celebrating the first stroke of midnight with fireworks on the NSW side of the border then pour across the road to Coolangatta to celebrate again in Queensland one hour later.

Murwillumbah Business Chamber Networking  Breakfast
2 January 2015 - 3 January 2015

Murwillumbah Business Chamber Networking Breakfast

 

Murwillumbah District Business Chamber (MDBC) is a voluntary partnership of business and professional people working together to build a prosperous future.

 

MDBC is a membership organisation for business in Murwillumbah and surrounding villages and you’re invited to attend our monthly breakfast meetings and connect with decision makers.

 

Monthly meetings are filled with great opportunities to hear informative speakers, keep up to date on local business information and most importantly have the chance to build relationships with business owners and operators.

 

People like to do business with people they know and trust, so bring along plenty of business cards and develop your professional relationships.

 

Australia Day
26 January 2015

Australia Day

Why not celebrate Australia Day in one of the best parts of Australia…the Tweed!

The tweed region holds a array of activities to celebrate Australia Day.

Some of the organised locations and activities include:

- Tyalgum will start with their traditional street parade, followed by  traditional cricket match which will be played at Bruce Bartrim Oval and the day’s final event will be the Tyalgum Cup Cycle race starting in front of Tyalgum Store.

-  Pottsville will hold a family and community fun and games day. Pottsville Beach Sports Club will also host a number of family oriented events culminating in an award presentation at the end of the day’s proceedings.

- Tweed Heads’ Chris Cunningham Park will be the location for a number of special community events featuring a range of activities for kids of all ages.

- Lions Park at Marine Pde in Kingscliff will host the annual Kingscliff Lions Club Australia Day Aussie Breakfast and flag raising ceremony.

- Tumbulgum will host the town’s annual barbecue breakfast, flag raising, award presentation and entertainment at Brian Breckenridge Field.

Murwillumbah Business Chamber Networking  Breakfast
6 February 2015 - 7 February 2015

Murwillumbah Business Chamber Networking Breakfast

 

Murwillumbah District Business Chamber (MDBC) is a voluntary partnership of business and professional people working together to build a prosperous future.

 

MDBC is a membership organisation for business in Murwillumbah and surrounding villages and you’re invited to attend our monthly breakfast meetings and connect with decision makers.

 

Monthly meetings are filled with great opportunities to hear informative speakers, keep up to date on local business information and most importantly have the chance to build relationships with business owners and operators.

 

People like to do business with people they know and trust, so bring along plenty of business cards and develop your professional relationships.

 

Murwillumbah Business Chamber Networking  Breakfast
6 March 2015 - 7 March 2015

Murwillumbah Business Chamber Networking Breakfast

 

Murwillumbah District Business Chamber (MDBC) is a voluntary partnership of business and professional people working together to build a prosperous future.

 

MDBC is a membership organisation for business in Murwillumbah and surrounding villages and you’re invited to attend our monthly breakfast meetings and connect with decision makers.

 

Monthly meetings are filled with great opportunities to hear informative speakers, keep up to date on local business information and most importantly have the chance to build relationships with business owners and operators.

 

People like to do business with people they know and trust, so bring along plenty of business cards and develop your professional relationships.

 

Murwillumbah Business Chamber Networking  Breakfast
3 April 2015 - 4 April 2015

Murwillumbah Business Chamber Networking Breakfast

 

Murwillumbah District Business Chamber (MDBC) is a voluntary partnership of business and professional people working together to build a prosperous future.

 

MDBC is a membership organisation for business in Murwillumbah and surrounding villages and you’re invited to attend our monthly breakfast meetings and connect with decision makers.

 

Monthly meetings are filled with great opportunities to hear informative speakers, keep up to date on local business information and most importantly have the chance to build relationships with business owners and operators.

 

People like to do business with people they know and trust, so bring along plenty of business cards and develop your professional relationships.

 

Murwillumbah Business Chamber Networking  Breakfast
1 May 2015 - 2 May 2015

Murwillumbah Business Chamber Networking Breakfast

 

Murwillumbah District Business Chamber (MDBC) is a voluntary partnership of business and professional people working together to build a prosperous future.

 

MDBC is a membership organisation for business in Murwillumbah and surrounding villages and you’re invited to attend our monthly breakfast meetings and connect with decision makers.

 

Monthly meetings are filled with great opportunities to hear informative speakers, keep up to date on local business information and most importantly have the chance to build relationships with business owners and operators.

 

People like to do business with people they know and trust, so bring along plenty of business cards and develop your professional relationships.

 

Murwillumbah Business Chamber Networking  Breakfast
5 June 2015 - 6 June 2015

Murwillumbah Business Chamber Networking Breakfast

 

Murwillumbah District Business Chamber (MDBC) is a voluntary partnership of business and professional people working together to build a prosperous future.

 

MDBC is a membership organisation for business in Murwillumbah and surrounding villages and you’re invited to attend our monthly breakfast meetings and connect with decision makers.

 

Monthly meetings are filled with great opportunities to hear informative speakers, keep up to date on local business information and most importantly have the chance to build relationships with business owners and operators.

 

People like to do business with people they know and trust, so bring along plenty of business cards and develop your professional relationships.

 

Murwillumbah Business Chamber Networking  Breakfast
3 July 2015 - 4 July 2015

Murwillumbah Business Chamber Networking Breakfast

 

Murwillumbah District Business Chamber (MDBC) is a voluntary partnership of business and professional people working together to build a prosperous future.

 

MDBC is a membership organisation for business in Murwillumbah and surrounding villages and you’re invited to attend our monthly breakfast meetings and connect with decision makers.

 

Monthly meetings are filled with great opportunities to hear informative speakers, keep up to date on local business information and most importantly have the chance to build relationships with business owners and operators.

 

People like to do business with people they know and trust, so bring along plenty of business cards and develop your professional relationships.

 

Murwillumbah Business Chamber Networking  Breakfast
7 August 2015 - 8 August 2015

Murwillumbah Business Chamber Networking Breakfast

 

Murwillumbah District Business Chamber (MDBC) is a voluntary partnership of business and professional people working together to build a prosperous future.

 

MDBC is a membership organisation for business in Murwillumbah and surrounding villages and you’re invited to attend our monthly breakfast meetings and connect with decision makers.

 

Monthly meetings are filled with great opportunities to hear informative speakers, keep up to date on local business information and most importantly have the chance to build relationships with business owners and operators.

 

People like to do business with people they know and trust, so bring along plenty of business cards and develop your professional relationships.

 

Murwillumbah Business Chamber Networking  Breakfast
4 September 2015 - 5 September 2015

Murwillumbah Business Chamber Networking Breakfast

 

Murwillumbah District Business Chamber (MDBC) is a voluntary partnership of business and professional people working together to build a prosperous future.

 

MDBC is a membership organisation for business in Murwillumbah and surrounding villages and you’re invited to attend our monthly breakfast meetings and connect with decision makers.

 

Monthly meetings are filled with great opportunities to hear informative speakers, keep up to date on local business information and most importantly have the chance to build relationships with business owners and operators.

 

People like to do business with people they know and trust, so bring along plenty of business cards and develop your professional relationships.

 

Murwillumbah Business Chamber Networking  Breakfast
2 October 2015 - 3 October 2015

Murwillumbah Business Chamber Networking Breakfast

 

Murwillumbah District Business Chamber (MDBC) is a voluntary partnership of business and professional people working together to build a prosperous future.

 

MDBC is a membership organisation for business in Murwillumbah and surrounding villages and you’re invited to attend our monthly breakfast meetings and connect with decision makers.

 

Monthly meetings are filled with great opportunities to hear informative speakers, keep up to date on local business information and most importantly have the chance to build relationships with business owners and operators.

 

People like to do business with people they know and trust, so bring along plenty of business cards and develop your professional relationships.

 

Murwillumbah Business Chamber Networking  Breakfast
6 November 2015 - 7 November 2015

Murwillumbah Business Chamber Networking Breakfast

 

Murwillumbah District Business Chamber (MDBC) is a voluntary partnership of business and professional people working together to build a prosperous future.

 

MDBC is a membership organisation for business in Murwillumbah and surrounding villages and you’re invited to attend our monthly breakfast meetings and connect with decision makers.

 

Monthly meetings are filled with great opportunities to hear informative speakers, keep up to date on local business information and most importantly have the chance to build relationships with business owners and operators.

 

People like to do business with people they know and trust, so bring along plenty of business cards and develop your professional relationships.

 

Murwillumbah Business Chamber Networking  Breakfast
4 December 2015 - 5 December 2015

Murwillumbah Business Chamber Networking Breakfast

 

Murwillumbah District Business Chamber (MDBC) is a voluntary partnership of business and professional people working together to build a prosperous future.

 

MDBC is a membership organisation for business in Murwillumbah and surrounding villages and you’re invited to attend our monthly breakfast meetings and connect with decision makers.

 

Monthly meetings are filled with great opportunities to hear informative speakers, keep up to date on local business information and most importantly have the chance to build relationships with business owners and operators.

 

People like to do business with people they know and trust, so bring along plenty of business cards and develop your professional relationships.

 

Murwillumbah Business Chamber Networking  Breakfast
1 January 2016 - 2 January 2016

Murwillumbah Business Chamber Networking Breakfast

 

Murwillumbah District Business Chamber (MDBC) is a voluntary partnership of business and professional people working together to build a prosperous future.

 

MDBC is a membership organisation for business in Murwillumbah and surrounding villages and you’re invited to attend our monthly breakfast meetings and connect with decision makers.

 

Monthly meetings are filled with great opportunities to hear informative speakers, keep up to date on local business information and most importantly have the chance to build relationships with business owners and operators.

 

People like to do business with people they know and trust, so bring along plenty of business cards and develop your professional relationships.

 

Murwillumbah Business Chamber Networking  Breakfast
5 February 2016 - 6 February 2016

Murwillumbah Business Chamber Networking Breakfast

 

Murwillumbah District Business Chamber (MDBC) is a voluntary partnership of business and professional people working together to build a prosperous future.

 

MDBC is a membership organisation for business in Murwillumbah and surrounding villages and you’re invited to attend our monthly breakfast meetings and connect with decision makers.

 

Monthly meetings are filled with great opportunities to hear informative speakers, keep up to date on local business information and most importantly have the chance to build relationships with business owners and operators.

 

People like to do business with people they know and trust, so bring along plenty of business cards and develop your professional relationships.