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From undercover atriums to outdoor surroundings, visitors can get a taste of local produce and products from Wellington's wide range of boutique weekend markets. Here are some of our favourite places to shop:
This delectable market, championed by Kiwi celebrity chef Martin Bosley and Rachel Taulelei of local food company Yellow Brick Road, brings a stellar line-up of local food and beverage producers together undercover in the atrium of the landmark Chaffers Dock Building. www.citymarket.co.nz On every Sunday 8.30am- 12.30 pm.
Situated alongside the City Market, and right by the national museum Te Papa, is Wellington’s vibrant open-air Sunday morning shopping experience, Harbourside Market. With powers combined, the two ensure Wellington’s waterfront is the number one weekend destination for top quality local cuisine and entertainment. On every Sunday 7.30am - 2pm.
Wellington Underground Market showcases emerging designers, makers, bakers and crafters. All of this mixed in with exotic goods and the tantalising smells of fresh ethnic food - plus great coffee and live music. On every Saturday 10am – 4pm.
This authentic farmers’ market helps connect locals to passionate regional food producers and exquisite fresh local food. On every Saturday from 9am - 1pm.
Situated In Left Bank off Cuba St on Friday nights from 5pm - 11pm, the night market offers people a new food and shopping experience, along with a variety of entertainment, including live bands, cultural dance performances and karaoke.
Moore Wilson's (corner of College Street and Tory Street) is where the cafes, caterers and restaurants of Wellington shop. Open daily, Moore Wilson's Fresh offers a unique deli and fresh food store, while the grocery warehouse building contains a huge selection of beverages and all kinds of foodie wares. At Moore Wilson’s you’ll find everything including a demo kitchen and a chook wagon!
Capital Market is Wellington's newest, an all-week, all-weather indoor market with a focus on fashion, gifts, homewares and accessories. Visit independent retailers and street food stalls to pick up great bargains. Walk through to the hip cafe and craft beer hideaway of Edward St. Open every day but Sunday.