Mullumbimby sits at the junction of the three arms of the Brunswick River. Its population consists of many of the counter culture generation from the 70s as well as a vibrant mix of newcomers from around the world.
The town of Mullumbimby was originally a British campsite, from the 1850's. Before that the land was Bundjalung Nation country and the name Mullumbimby is derived from the Bundjalung-Yugambeh dialect 'Mulubinba' pertaining to a native fern which grew there.
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