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the Taupo Market is a must do activity when in town on a Saturday - this vibrant and well-organized Market is ever changing and has something for everyone - fresh fruit and vege, great coffee, sausages, garden art, baby wear, paintings, carvings...more
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Redoubt Street | upper Riverside Park, Taupo 3377, New Zealand
This is the first time we visited this market and are wondering why it has taken us so long!! We are from out of town but have often visited on weekends in the past 18 months, enough to warrant going.
There are some very good...More
We love markets. We love markets in different cities and countries. We love the variety of food and shopping at markets. Can you tell we love markets? How else can you learn about a country's culture so easily?
The Taupo Market was one of our...More
This market is held on Saturday and is a must visit , check out the local produce of all kinds enjoy some local cuisine and coffee a truely enjoyable market and well worth a visit by all you won’t leave empty handed trust me lol...More
I do enjoy the markets with their vibrant colourful, unique hand crafts and friendly people. Located in the town center across the road from the beautiful Lake Taupo. We often cycle to the market with friends to enjoy the cafes and atmosphere. working off our...More
As there was a concert in the usual spot the market was held on the water front by the fire station. It was a greta position and attracted a lot of people. The stalls were excellent with a good variety and included fabric crafts, garden...More
Drove 3h from Auckland to Taupo for the Taupo Market (which is only open on Sat morning). The weekend market is relatively small and I read that the mussel fritter is a must-try. I like its taste but my friends tasted sand in it. Nice...More
Spend an enjoyable couple of hours walking around this market, lots of food options, all of which spelt and looked delicious, some great local and near-local produce, and skincare items. Great to be able to take dogs on lead.
Great for locals to meet and buy fruit and veg, rubbish for arts and crafts
We walked in passing by in November, lucky if there was 30 stalls and most of them were food. Even looked like a tramp selling ‘moonshine ‘ which was in...More