Byron Bay Restaurants

The Byron region is home to many innovative food producers.

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Byron and the whole Northern Rivers Region has a rich farming history. In recent years many local businesses have developed a wide range of innovative, sustainable and award winning products based on local produce.

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Byron Bay Confectionery

We pride ourselves with the finest sweet treats using the highest quality ingredients, all of our products are hand crafted and made with love.
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Shuck Oyster Purveyors

Dedicated to celebrating Australian oysters in all their shapes and forms.
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Byron Bay Cookies

Proudly baked in Byron Bay. Available in their two Byron gift shops, selected cafes across Australia, David Jones stores, Harris Farm, Bunnings Warehouse Cafes, Healthy Life and selected independent supermarkets. Shop online with international shipping.
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Brookfarm

Since foundation, Brookfarm’s mission in creating quality, nutritious products has always been complemented by its active role in sustainability, protecting the environment and engaging with communities.
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Church Farm General Store

Our Church Farm is located in the small town of Billinudgel in Northern NSW. We make all of our Church Farm products by hand, with produce that we grow on our farm, or source from our local farmer mates.
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The Bay Smokehouse

Purveyors of wild smoked fish and gourmet spreads. All sustainably sourced from local fishermen on the Byron Bay coast & traditionally smoked to perfection.
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Byron Bay Crackers

At byron bay crackers, our savoury crackers are handmade in small batches. We hand roll and hand cut each cracker before baking them in the oven to crispy perfection.
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Oil & Herb

Oil&Herb is an artisanal salt and spice company based out of Mullumbimby, Australia created by Nathan Gatt and Madeline Schmidt.
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Byron Bay Chilli Company

What began in the Byron Bay hinterland twenty five years ago is now a world famous range of chilli sauces, corn chips and salsas…brought to you by the Byron Bay Chilli Company.
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Byron Bay Chocolate Co

Byron Bay Chocolate Co (formerly Ronnoco Foods) is located in Byron Bay and specialises in chocolate coating and honey roasting of nuts and fruit
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Salumi Australia

At Salumi Australia we craft consciously cured meats and fermented small goods – known in Italy as salumi - beneath the green hills of the Byron Bay hinterland.
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Barefoot Farm

Barefoot Farm is the story of two Chefs with a paddock to plate passion who became farmers near Byron Bay. From their farmhouse kitchen, they created a range of delicious pecan recipes using quality ingredients and a spoonful of love.
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Cape Byron Distillery and Rainforest Tour

Brookie’s Byron Dry Gin is produced at Cape Byron Distillery, in the hinterland of Byron Bay. Open for tours Friday, Saturday and Sundays. The distillery is set in the heart of our macadamia farm surrounded by sub-tropical rainforest. 
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Rainforest Foods Byron Bay

We work with farmers in the sub-tropical hinterland around Byron Bay in northern NSW to create small, sustainable orchards of native rainforest trees and shrubs from which we produce world-class jams, sauces and macadamia nut products.
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Byron Bay Coffee

Three decades on, they are still operating as a family business continuing with their passion and pursuit of creating the perfect cup of coffee. Just try a cup to get a taste of this story.
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