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.
Waikanae Park Playground, Waikanae
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, etc. Something for everyone and something different every week.
Paraparaumu Beach Market
Cnr Marine Parade and Maclean Street, Paraparaumu Beach
8am to 1pm - Every Saturday
Paraparaumu beach market runs every Saturday, come rain or shine. 2019 marked the 20th year the market has been running. 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.
Cnr Beach Rd and Ames St, Paekakariki
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.
Te Horo Market
54 School Road, Te Horo
10am to 1pm - 1st Sunday of the month
Stop by and enjoy a country market on the first Sunday of the month with plants, herbs, produce, free range eggs, preserves, local olive oil, home baking and more, much of which is grown, produced or made locally.
State Highway 1, opposite New World, Ōtaki
7am onwards - 1st, 3rd (and 5th) Sunday of the month
Ōtaki Market is run by volunteers from the Women’s Community Club. Fruit, vegetables, baking, crafts and collectibles as well as the famous fundraising Sausage Sizzle for community groups make this 22 year old market well worth a visit.
Kāpiti Indoor Market
Waikanae Memorial Hall, Pehi Kupa Street, Waikanae
next market SPRING 2020
10am - 4pm - Held quarterly
Showcasing only the best products from a select range of local businesses, artisans and crafters.
Each market hosts a different charity who will have their own stall and will also be the recipient of the voluntary gold coin donation.