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Haven't visited this market for a few months . Disappointed to find same old stalls there , not much variety . Plenty of food stalls if your wanting to do your grocery shopping .some nice bread stalls .
Arrived early thinking it would be quiet as the fieldays were on but it was already packed with people. Thumbs up to the parking attendants making it easy to park. Well worth the gold coin donation at the paddock entrance. Bonus to have the bagpipes...More
These markets are on the 3rd sat of every month. I am new to the area and was delighted when I went to these markets. They are a perfect location to spend an hour walking around with a coffee looking a high quality local stuff....More
We reckon this is one of the best country markets in the Waikato that we have been to. Held once a month on the third Saturday of the month, this market showcases a wide range of local produce from woodwork to art, artisan meats to...More
We have been told by many of our friends to go to this market, which we did. Great selection of stalls, with different product to the other markets that are around. Plenty of parking available. Really loved the experience.
Parked and walked just down the road as really busy. Lots of stalls with, produce, hand-made gifts, coffee, pies, baking and sweets, home-made jams, pickles, bread and the list goes on. Great bargains galore.
Avery popular market which means it is very busy but there is plenty of parking which is fantastic. There are plenty of stalls with handmade goods, food, and plants. The market is well set out to cater for large crowds of people so you don't...More
Spent an hour at the market on Saturday morning with my wife. Nice bonding activity. You start with a coffee then meander around looking for stocking filler Christmas presents. Didn't end up buying a lot. Lovely big avocados, some beautiful soaps e.g. Charcoal, aniseed. It's...More