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Wellington's markets are filled with colour, vitality and local flavours. Soak up the aromas of roasted coffee, fresh vegetables and sizzling spices. Browse handmade craft from cheesemakers, jewellery designers, chocolatiers and dressmakers. Producers, artisans, locals and visitors come together to trade locally and vocally.
A favourite with locals, the Harbourside Market pops up each Sunday between Te Papa and Chaffers Marina. It's the place to head for beautifully fresh fruit and vegetables, locally-made condiments and other foodie products. There's always a fleet of food trucks serving up fresh and delicious eats and good coffee and some form of musical entertainment. The market is on every Sunday, rain or shine, from 7:30am - 2pm.
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!
Wellington’s artist and design market is open every Saturday from 10am-4pm. The Wellington Underground Market it's a vibrant market showcasing 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.
Join the bright lights, delicious smells and buzzing atmosphere of Wellington Night Market, held in Left Bank (off Cuba Street) on Friday nights and on lower Cuba Street (beside the Manners Street intersection) on Saturday nights from 5pm - 11pm. Graze your way around the array of food trucks offering everything from Malaysian, to Indonesian, to Mexican, and Sichuan cuisine and enjoy a variety of entertainment, including live bands, buskers, cultural dance performances and even karaoke.