Harbour Side Market

Opening Hours: Open every Sunday Morning... 7:30am - 1pm in Winter, 7:30am - 2pm in Summer.

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The Oldest and Most Popular Market in Wellington

Harbourside Market is the oldest and most popular market in Wellington. A market of some sort (initially situated in the centre of Allen St and Blair St, just off Courtenay Place) has been serving customers in this area since 1920.

When the market located to its current position it was often referred to by several different names; Waitangi Park Market, Te Papa Market and Chaffers Market. The market has undergone a name change and is now known as Harbourside Market. Read more about our history.

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What’s available

Vegetables, Fruit, Herbs, Flowers, Fresh Fish, Modern Deli Meats, Bread & Confectionary, Fresh Cheese, Preserves and Chutneys, Nuts, Eggs, Homemade Cordials, Delicious Hot Foods Available, Great Coffee and more...

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We sell reusable market bags helping to eliminate plastic bag usage. Available from Market Kiosk for $3.

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Market car parking

Parking in Wellington can be challenging, but come to Harbourside and we’ll only charge you $2 for 1 hour between 7am-1pm!

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Where are we?

The market is located on the corner of Cable St & Barnett St beside Te Papa.

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Market Happenings

SUNDAY 27 JULY 2014. RUSTY’S ORIGINAL YOUNG ENTERPRISE GROUP Straight from the Dragons Den come the young business group with their Butterscotch Sauce. Also with the Election on its way come down and chat to the Greens Party members and have your say. SUNDAY 6 JULY 2014. PHOENIX PLAYERS TO SHARE EATING SECRETS The Wellington [...]

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Recipe of the week 25th January – Vegetarian Moussaka

This recipe is provided by Richard Till and may be found in his latest recipe book “Richard Till makes it easy”

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