To Market, To Market

The variety of markets on the Kāpiti Coast adds a delicious local-touch to the vibrancy of the region and they provide the perfect way to spend a morning. You’ll be spoiled for choice when you discover the fresh local produce and products, unique crafts and fabulous characters that make Kāpiti's markets such a joy to visit.

Paekākāriki Market

Cnr Beach Rd and Ames St, Paekakariki

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10am - 1pm 1st Saturday of the month

The Paekākāriki Community Trust holds a market in St Peter's Village Hall, right in the heart of the village.

You will find a variety of things for sale at this charming wee market.

Paraparaumu Beach Market

Cnr Marine Parade and Maclean Street, Paraparaumu Beach

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 7.30am – 12.30pm - Every Saturday

Established in 1999, the Paraparaumu beach market runs every Saturday, come rain or shine. A wonderful community spirit and exuberant market hustle and bustle will great you every time, a fantastic market where no two vendors are the same.

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Waikanae Community Market

Waikanae Park Playground, Park Avenue, Waikanae

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8am to 12noon - Every Saturday

Huge market featuring fruit and veg, cheeses, honey, baking, preserves, olive oil, plants, herbs, bric-a-brac, crafts, Kombucha, retro and collectibles, fresh flowers, books, coffee, etc. Something for everyone and something different every week.

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Mahara Mid-week Market

Mahara Place, Waikanae

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9.30am – 12noon every Tuesday

Locally grown fruit and vegetables, honey, plants and handmade crafts and gifts, this small market showcases local Kāpiti-based stallholders - supporting local.

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Ōtaki Market

Old SH1, opposite New World, Ōtaki

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9.00am – 2.00pm - Every Sunday during Spring & Summer
10.00am - 2.00pm - Fortnightly on Sundays during Winter

Ōtaki's famous outdoor market, located on old State highway 1, offers a fabulous range of art, crafts, assorted produce, pre-loved and new clothing, tools, books, homeware, sustainable products, garden art, native trees,  plants and MORE!

Make sure you grab a snack from their famous Sausage Sizzle which provides fundraising for local community groups!

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