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One of the best ways to sample the region is by browsing the local markets. From locally grown produce and boutique artisan fare, to quirky crafts and funky home wares – the selection is right here ready to be explored. Meet the makers and growers and hear their stories, know where your food comes from and sample tasty treats as you go.

WEEKLY MARKETS
MONTHLY MARKETS
ANNUAL & BI-ANNUAL MARKETS
Weekly Markets
Feilding Farmers’ Market
This award-winning market features stunning artisan products such as locally crafted wines, cheeses, meats and more.
Every Friday, 9am – 1.30pm
Manchester Square, Feilding
Albert Street Farmers’ Market
The early bird gets the worm, or the freshest produce in this case. Fresh fish, baked bread and hot foods make this a popular Saturday destination, along with a wide array of fresh produce.
Highbury Flea Market
Local produce, freshly baked Māori bread and tasty treats galore.
Sanson Market
Get lost amongst the array of antiques and collectables, fresh produce and condiments galore in this community market.
Monthly Markets
Hokowhitu Village Farmers’ Market
This popular market offers a range of artisan and local produce and treats to tease your taste buds and brings in street food and live music to make it a complete experience.
Held on the third Sunday of every month, 9am – 1pm
Hokowhitu Village, Albert Street, Palmerston North
Summerhill Farmers Market
This popular market offers a range of artisan and local produce and treats to tease your taste buds and brings in street food and live music to make it a complete experience.
Held on the first Sunday of every month, 9am – 1pm
Summerhill Shopping Centre, Ruapehu Drive, Palmerston North
Annual & Bi-Annual Markets
Cross Hills Garden Country Fair
Held in world renowned Rhododendron gardens in Kimbolton, Cross Hills Garden Country Fair offers up 180+ fantastic stalls, live music and delicious food trucks.
Held annually on Saturday 20 November, 9am – 4pm
339 Rangiwahia Road, Kimbolton
Magic of Christmas Night Market and A Winters Day Out
Built on the love of the festive season, the gift of giving and gathering with friends and family, the Magic of Christmas Night Market and A Winters Day Out both offer boutique shopping experiences, fantastic eating and drinking options and live music.
A Winters Day out is held in June and The Magic of Christmas Night Market in early December
Awapuni Racecourse
Feilding Craft Market
NZ largest indoor craft and vintage market with over 200 stalls. The Feilding Craft Market is held bi-annually and offers a mix of craft, vintage and retro finds.
Held in June and November.
Manfeild, Feilding

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