Waipara Valley Farmers’ Market

A bread stall at Waipara Valley Farmers' Market

When: Saturday mornings from 9am to 12pm Rain or Shine, Year Round
Where: In front of the Hurunui Council Chambers, 66 Carters Road, Amberley, New Zealand.
Contact: Jane Thompson, on 03 319 8688 or email jane.thompson@actrix.co.nz

Our Stallholders come from the region between the Waimakariri and Conway Rivers.

Stalls include: Fresh Fruit & Vegetables, Home baking, Seafood, Olive oils, Free Range & Free Range Organic Eggs, Honey, Artisan Preserves, Artisan Breads
Fabulous coffee.

To make the most of your Farmers’ Market, we suggest:

  • you get there early for the freshest produce and best selection. Many of our stallholders sell out before noon!
  • plan your menu around what is in season.  All food is grown locally and is very reliant on the seasons and the weather.
  • ask questions – there are no resellers, you will be talking to the person who grows or produces/makes the food. They will have some great tips and recipes
  • bring cash and your own shopping bag – the market is a minimal plastic zone

We have a spot available every week for community groups to have a fund-raising stall, these include:

  • sausage sizzle
  • Cake Stalls
  • Biscuits

If your group needs to raise some money, contact the Market Manager to book your day and spot.

The Market is also on the lookout for some good entertainers to help provide a festive and relaxing atmosphere, this is on a busking basis to book times please contact the manager.

Additional stallholders are also welcome.

Waipara Valley Farmers’ Market on MarketGround.co.nz

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