Mullumbimby is nestled at the base of Mt Chincogan in the Brunswick Valley approximately 10 km’s from the coast in New South Wales. The town is 4 km’s west of the Pacific Highway and Brunswick River weaves through the centre of the township.
Part of the Byron Shire, it is colloquially referred to as “the biggest little town”, an alternate lifestyle village that became a centre of counter culture in the 1970’s and 1980’s and still remains so today.
Now part of the Byron Shire Council, this glorious lush environment supports a thriving farming community with the growing of tropical fruits and also cane, cattle and dairy farms around the district.
Many talented arts and craft residents live in the Brunswick Valley, sharing their wares and creations at the local markets and also in the boutique retail outlets in the town centre.
Mullumbimby has a vast array of shops and services in its central hub, including accommodation and eating houses, there is a local showground, Botanical Gardens and numerous sports fields and parks. Mullumbimby District War Memorial Hospital, a level 2 rural hospital within the Northern New South Wales Health District services the public.
There are a diverse variety of tourist attractions around the township including the Mullumbimby Chocolate Shop, Brunswick Valley Historical Museum, and visitors can explore the walking trail through the Brunswick Valley Heritage Park, a habitat for more than 200 rainforest plant species.
Crystal Castle and Shambala Gardens, is a botanical heaven showcasing gardens filled with crystals, sub tropical plant life and an organic café with a gallery and shop.
Locals and visitors from near and far look forward to the Mullum Festival held annually over 4 days in 12 venues with over 120 performances and workshops.
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