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Best New Zealand Christmas Markets

Best New Zealand Christmas Markets

Looking for the best place to source the freshest produce and ingredients for your festive feast? These markets have it all.

Kerikeri

The Old Packhouse Market (every Saturday, 8am to 1.30pm) has around 
60 stalls selling baked goods, street 
food, health foods, meats, seafood, wines, cheese, plants, flowers and deli items 
along with cafés and an artisan bakery.

Orewa

Christmas Twilight Market (Friday, December 9) offers food and craft stalls along with live music to keep you entertained while you buy presents and support a community of talented art and craft enthusiasts.

Auckland

Takapuna Beach Christmas Carnival (Saturday, December 10, 11am to 4pm) promises delicious food stalls and trucks along with live music, face painters, 
roving musicians and performers.

Palmerston North

The Magic of Christmas Night Market (Tuesday, December 6, and Wednesday, December 7, 2pm to 10pm) is the place 
to pick up gifts and treats for your Christmas as well as enjoy yummy food.

Wairarapa

Featherston Christmas Market 
(December 10) is a short trip over the Rimutaka Hills from Wellington. You’ll discover one of New Zealand’s longest-running Christmas market, with locals and businesses showcasing their wares.

Nelson

Beacon Hill Vintage Christmas Market (November 26, 10am to 3pm) is where 
you can enjoy an afternoon just strolling around food and craft stalls, with lots 
of Christmas gift options along with 
plenty of tasty food.

Christchurch

Lyttelton Farmers’ Christmas Market (Wednesday, December 23, 4pm to 8pm) 
is the best place to discover the amazing produce that Banks Peninsula has to offer, with fresh fish, meat, cheese and more..

Dunedin

Otago Farmer’s Market (Saturdays, 8am to 12.30pm) has a wide variety of fresh fruit and vegetables on offer, including stone fruit from Central Otago plus breads, baking, pickles, chutneys and honey

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