About Byron Bazaar
Byron Bay has long been a place for people from far and wide to come together and exchange goods, services and ideas. The indigenous Arakwal Aboriginal name for the area is Cavvanbah, which translates to “meeting place”. Byron Bazaar is just that – a meeting place for the people of Byron Bay. For locals, travelers and everyone in between. Classifieds for the community. Classifieds for you. Whether you’re looking to post a listing for a garage sale, on the hunt for a job or wondering what gigs are on this weekend, you’ll find it all here.
Swap, sell, buy and connect
Want to spread the word on your garage sale this Saturday? Have a car to cash in on, a surfboard to sell or a room to let? Maybe you need a drummer to jam with or are on the hunt for brown vintage cowboy boots in a size 9? You might not be looking for anything in particular… just daydreaming about finding a new job and wondering what you’re going to do this Friday night. Whatever your deal is, you’re in the right place. Byron Bazaar will help you join the dots, shout from the rooftops or get your paws on something before anyone else. If it’s happening in Byron this week, chances are it’s in the Byron Bazaar.
Some of our classified ads cost zilch
Don’t waste your money on expensive print ads or irrelevant websites. We offer free classified ads, plus some paid categories. So you don’t need to print out your ad and stick it on notice boards, just stick it on the Byron Bazaar. Check out the Place An Ad section for more info.
Connect directly with your target audience by advertising here at Byron Bazaar, your hyper-local marketplace. We’ll make it easy for your business to get real results at an affordable price – printed ads start from just $20. Just get in touch and we’ll happily build a package to suit your needs. When you advertise with Byron Bazaar you’ll enjoy:
- Bang for your buck. Great value rates and measurable results. No more paying through the nose for a print ad that your target audience won’t even see.
- Direct, localised communication with your target market. If you want to talk to people specifically in the Byron shire, this is where it’s at.
- Packages tailored to your individual business needs. We’re happy when you’re happy so let us know how we can help.
- Volume discounts. Just ask us what we can do for you.
- In-house professional design services. Creative geniuses at your fingertips.
Keep the punters rolling through your doors with listings in the Byron Bazaar Gig Guide. Live music, giveaways, specials, DJs or competitions are all A-OK to include in your listing.
Forget advertising job vacancies on expensive national websites. You don’t really need job applications from people in Perth do you? Find qualified candidates that are right here in Byron Bay by advertising in Byron Bazaar.
For Property Management Professionals & Property Owners
We’re a one-stop shop for long and short-term rental listings. Advertise your property rental here on Byron Bazaar for a reasonable rate and reach the right tenants faster.
For Community Groups
List your event or community message on the Byron Bazaar Community Notice Board for free. Our community advertising program makes nearly $30,000 of advertising available to local not-for-profit organisations every year. Click here to submit your non-profit event, fundraiser or meeting.
Each Thursday, the Byron Bazaar hits the stands at businesses throughout Byron Bay. Our venue partners include accommodation, restaurants, cafés, shops, supermarkets and petrol stations. It doesn’t stop there. Current and past issues are available to view online.
Here is a partial list of locations we distribute to. Remember, you can always view a digital copy here.
100 Mile Table, Arts Factory, Aquarius Cafe, Backpacker Inn, Baz & Shaz, Beach Hotel, Belongil Bistro, Be Waxed and Tanned, BP Arts & Industrial, BP Suffolk Park, Caltex Byron Bay, Corner Shop, Crossfit Byron, Fish Heads, Green Garage, IGA, Legends Pizza, Mac’s Milk Bar, News Agency, OZIGO Byron Bay, Spar, Suffolk Park Bakery, Sunrise Bakery, The Balcony, The Cellar, Treehouse at Belongil, Woody’s Surf Shack and Woolworths.