The Mullumbimby Showground is located along the Brunswick river, 2 km from the Mullumbimby township and stretches over 22 acres.
The people of the Bundjalung nation are the traditional custodians of the land on which it stands.
The grounds offer a combination of grassed and treed areas with designated spaces for markets, camping, equestrian activities, events and parking.
The Showground is a Crown Reserve, and is looked after by a community based volunteer Board, the Mullumbimby Showground Land Manager (formerly known as the Showground Trust). Volunteers are selected by NSW Trade and Investment Crown Lands every 5 years and represent a diverse cross-section of the local community.
The first inaugural show was held at the Showground in 1907 by The Mullumbimby Agricultural Society and in 1929 the land was dedicated as a showground. The Agricultural Show continues as a showcase activity on the grounds, however, more diverse users have also come to call the Showground home.