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Welcome to The Paddock Project, a working market garden providing fresh, seasonal produce to Mullumbimby locals and visitors.  The Paddock is committed to environmentally sustainable farming practices using chemical free, syntropic farming principles to guarantee quality produce from our paddock to your plate.


The Paddock is open Monday – Friday from 7am – 3pm and Saturdays from 8am – 3pm.  Don’t forget late night shopping until 6pm on Wednesday evenings during summer.  


Stop by, grab a coffee from the kiosk, enjoy a walk through our garden and fill your basket with freshly harvested produce from The Paddock Shop. 


You will find us…@ 64 Argyle Street, Mullumbimby, Bundjalung country.


The Padddock Produce grows seasonal fruit, vegetables, herbs and flowers. Sold at our Produce Store is situated in front of the Café at 64 Argyle St, Mullumbimby.

Our opening hours are 7am - 3pm Monday to Friday and we open till 6pm for late night shopping on Wednesday and 8am to 2pm on Saturday.

Disability Employer

Access and inclusion lie at the heart of The Paddock Project. We proudly support social engagement and supported employment for people with NDIS packages. Our work and work preparation programs provide meaningful employment to our participants.  The Paddock Project is a safe, inclusive space for learning transferable skills, but also importantly a hub for social engagement for our participants and their families.


The Paddock Project has been recognised by Byron Shire Council as the recipient of the 2023 Access & Inclusion Award

Paddock Kiosk

Some of the best barista made coffee & chai in Mullum – come and enjoy your morning cuppa in the garden sanctuary of the Paddock.  A relaxed space for family and friends to catch up or simply grab and go.


Award Winning Inclusivity, Community Connection and Growth. 

In 2023, we were awarded the Access and Inclusion award at the Byron Shire Council Community Awards. Our space brings like-minded people together and provides meaningful employment to our participants through the Paddock Project's work preparation programs.

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