Thanks Sean Stanley from the Northland Natural Food Co-op for this comprehensive list of markets in Northland. Please contact us with details if you know of more!
Whangarei Mid Week Produce Market
Every Wednesday at the corner of Woods Rd and Railway Rd, from 2:00pm to 6:00pm. For more information see Facebook Page.
Parua Bay Farmer’s Market
Featuring locally grown produce and products. Markets on first and third Sundays of every month from 2:00 to 4:00pm at Parua Bay Community Centre. For more information email.
Bay of Islands Farmer’s Market: Kerikeri
Soak up the sights and smells and enjoy the live music.
Bay of Islands Farmer’s Market: Paihia
Mangonui Village Market
At the Mangonui Memorial Hall, Doubtless Bay. Every Saturday morning from 8 am – 12 noon. You’ll find award winning Hihi Olive Oils to tempt your tastebuds, home cooking to satisfy the sweet-toothed, and local arts and crafts for your home.
For more information phone (09) 406 0061
Mangonui Farmer’s Market
Every Saturday morning, adjacent to Cooper’s Cafe in the Cooper’s Beach shopping centre. Stock up on fresh produce from the stallholders, tempt yourself with home-made goodies, and enjoy great coffee with the locals.
For more information on stall holders or details, phone (09) 406 1360
Doubtless Bay Farmer’s Market
Every Saturday morning, from 9 am – 1 pm in the Taipa Area School hall. Stall holders sell fresh fruit and vegetables, meat, fish & shellfish, honey, eggs, flowers, cheese, and dairy products, home baking & preserves, vegetable and fruit juices, olive oil etc.
Sellers who have organic or spray free produce are encouraged. Stall holders may need to provide their own table, and the cost is $15 per stall. Taipa is very busy with sports events on Saturday mornings from April – September so it is intended to run the market through the winter months too.
To book a stall or register your interest please call Sue on (09) 406 2139, or 027 326 5052. You can also visit the Facebook page, or email email@example.com.
Kaitaia Farmer’s Market
Open every Saturday morning from 7 am-12 noon in the Warehouse car park.
First Sunday of the month from 7 am – 11 am in the St John’s car park, Gillies St. Arts & craft, fruit & veg, bric á brac.
Kaikohe Sale and Market Day
First Wednesday of each month at the Kaikohe Saleyards, Oruru Road.
The Old Packhouse Market – Kerikeri
Every Saturday 8am – 1.30pm – 505 Kerikeri Rd, Kerikeri
The Market includes baked goods, street food, health foods, meats, seafood, wines, cheese, plants, flowers, deli lines, arts and crafts, and includes an in-house Market café and artisan bakery.
With many of the stalls under cover this is an all weather venue. Live entertainment by some of Northland’s best musicians is a weekly feature…..so for some great Northland hospitality, visit The Old Packhouse Market. There’s plenty of free parking! See website for more details.
Rawene Market Day
First Saturday of every month at the Rawene Town Hall, from 9am – noon . A small market looking to expand with time. New stall holders welcome.
For more information, email Christina at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Opononi Market Day
The last Saturday of every month at the Opononi Hall, from 8am -2pm. For more information, contact Pauline on (09) 405 8775.
Hikurangi Farmer’s Market
Second Saturday of the month, from 7 am – 1 pm at the community hall and car park on Main Rd.
Glenbervie Farmer’s Market
Fourth Saturday of the month, from 9 am – 1 pm at the Glenbervie Hall. Books, collectables, crafts, plants, produce, toys, second hand goods, sausage sizzles and more. Come along and join us, have a coffee and a chat and see what you can find!
Stalls are available, inside and outside for $5 each. For more information, email email@example.com or phone (09) 437-6916.
Whangarei Grower’s Market
Inspired by the traditional village markets of the United Kingdom and Europe, the Whangarei Market was begun in 1998 and is now held every Saturday morning, from 6:30 – 10:30 am in the Walter St carpark in downtown Whangarei. The market was the first of its kind in New Zealand and is now the largest, with over 100 growers and stall holders selling produce they have grown themselves
Between 4500 to 6000 shoppers flock to the market every week, often entertained by buskers enjoying excellent coffee and taking the opportunity to chat with growers. It has become a ‘true heart of the community’ event for Whangarei families. You will find fruit, vegetables, meat, fish, eggs, milk and cheese, preserves and honey, to nuts and olive oil, along with seedlings and native plants, on sale and the market has a rule that all produce must originate in Northland.
Marsden Cove Community Market
Every third Sunday of the month, from 9 am – 1 pm, in the marquee at Marsden Cove Marina. Offering Northland’s finest local produce & fresh veggies for your pleasure. Shop for preserves, seafood, honey, coffee, organic vegetables, olive oil, and so much more.
For more information, see the website where you can sign up for email updates, or visit the Facebook page. You can also contact the market organiser, Theresa Anderson, directly on (09) 4314118 or 021 184 4598, or by firstname.lastname@example.org.
First Saturday of the month, from 8 am – 12 noon at the Onerahi Hall on Church Rd.
Waipu Saturday Market
A real country market that has been part of the Waipu community for over 16 years. Make it, bake it, create it, sew it or grow it – we want you to join us. This market prides itself on its happy friendly atmosphere where locals gather and visitors are welcomed. Here you will find quality goods and produce as well as pre-loved treasures and bargains. You will leave here remembering the gorgeous homemade treats you had with your tea or coffee in the cafe while enjoying our live music – the great conversations, the full shopping bags knowing you will want to return the following month.
New and used goods welcome. Held on the first Saturday of the month. New stall holders welcome. Indoor and outdoor market in the beautiful Presbyterian Church hall and grounds
For more information, contact Sue on 0274586144 or email@example.com
The Mangawhai Market runs every Saturday from 9 a.m till 1p.m. with a wide variety of goods and services offered by local stallholders and others from further afield. Stocking organic fruit and veggies, free range eggs, honey, baking, bread, cheese, wine, and oil, along with authentic Turkish and Indian cuisine. You’ll also find clothing, plants, furniture, massage, soap, books, music, and even a silver cleaning service. Buskers / musicians welcome.
Mangawhai Heads Market
Beach & Country Market
From mid October to Easter only, at the Mangawhai Domain. Sunday mornings from 9 am – 1 pm. Quality goods, produce, souvenirs, arts & crafts, music, food. Car boot sites are available, and new stall holders are welcomed.
For more information, contact Sue on 0274 586 144, or by email.
Held every second Sunday of the month, from 10 am to 1:30 pm. Come along and join us inside the community hall at 4/6 Kaiwaka-Mangawhai Road. You’ll find clothing, crafts, books, fish, jewellery, art, plants, produce, second hand goods and more.
Fore more information, contact Mandy on (09) 431 8717, or by email.
Riverside Produce Market – Dargaville
Thursday afternoons from 2 pm – 5.30 pm, at the AdFocus / Countdown car park on the corner of Kapia and Totara St, Dargaville. A range of local produce and craft from kumara to chopping boards is available. Come on down and join the relaxed atmosphere and listen to the local talented busker.
Come and join us on the 1st Friday of every month at the Maungaturoto Markets from 4 -7pm at 44 View St, Maungaturoto Centennial Community Hall. There is something for everyone, fresh locally grown produce, arts & crafts and so much more. Bring the family for an evening full of fun. Perfect stopover if you are travelling up north or down south. Pick up your supplies for the weekend!
For information, see the website. You can also contact Terri on 4318 599 or 021 02220218, or by email.
Paparoa Farmer’s Market
This fortnightly market in picturesque Paparoa, held beside the Village Green is in its seventh year. The market is known for its friendliness and high standards. Current stalls include Chapel Olive Oil, Long Flat Bacon & Smallgoods with BBQ bacon & egg sandwiches; very fresh vegetables and fruit, bottled and organic vegetables, organic eggs, Kaipara mussels and flounder, Kaipara honey, Fresh breads, plus two stalls of veggie seedlings and exotic flowering plants.
A market not to be missed if you are in the area: every second Saturday, from 9 am till noon, at the Paparoa Village green. For more information or exact dates, visit the website. You can also contact market organisers Graham Taylor on 4317209 and Mary Stevens on 4317123.
The third Saturday of every month from 8 am -12 noon at the Simpson Park Hall on Leaity St. Hot hangi, fruit & veg, flora & fauna, bric a brac.