Who doesn’t love a market? Fortunately, Dunedin excels at markets of all kinds — from the freshest produce to handmade crafts, the small but mighty selection of markets is worth checking out. Let us help you plan your next visit, these are the best Dunedin markets around.
Otago Farmers Market
You’ll be in foodie heaven at the Otago Farmers Market, which is home to 75 vendors selling the freshest fruit and vegetables, meat products, eggs, baked goods, cheese, nuts, honey and artisan products in town. Sip on freshly roasted coffee and treat yourself to a delicious breakfast or brunch while shopping for all the items you need for dinner. Soak up the warm atmosphere at this New Zealand-famous market.
When: Saturdays from 8:00 am to 12:30pm
Where: Northern Carpark, Dunedin Railway Station, Anzac Square.
The Port Chalmers Community Market
The monthly Port Chalmers Community Market is a definite highlight for this seaside suburb. Bringing together Dunedin’s best artists, produce-growers, foodies and market-goers, it’s held every third Sunday of the month. So, pack your bags, head out to Port Chalmers and enjoy the feeling of supporting local.
When: Sunday, 10:00 am - 2:00 pm
Where: 62 George Street Port Chalmers, Dunedin
With the aim to provide an outlet for Dunedin’s craftspeople to showcase their work, Donna and Kat Gibbons started Market 22. The warehouse, market-style shop features emerging artists and designers, giving Dunedin locals access to both original and repurposed artifacts, including jewellery, textiles, interiors, fashion and art from local talent. Viewings are held on the last Saturday of every month, so if you are interested in top quality handcrafted pieces, mark this one down on your calendar.
When: Last Saturday of every month
Where: 22 Vogel Street, Dunedin Central, Dunedin