Harbourside Market has major programmes underway that involve the Wellington community. These programmes include:
- Market Car Parking Fundraiser
- The Food Partnership Programme (FPP)
- Environmental Sustainability Programme – underway – see Market News for more info
Market Car Parking
Car parking update
Thank you for your interest in the Harbourside Market Car Park Community Fundraising Programme.
For all community groups interested in participating, we now run a quarterly ballot system. Applications from interested parties for the January – March 2022 period will be accepted before the end of November 2021.
Please apply via firstname.lastname@example.org
Best of luck with your fundraising!
Food Partnership Programme
This is a partnership programme between KAIBOSH FOOD RESCUE and the market stallholders. Kaibosh is New Zealand’s first food rescue charity and acts as the link between retailers with surplus food and the charities who need it most by rescuing food that is good enough to eat, but not good enough to sell. Since 2008 they have rescued over 1.4 million kg of quality surplus food and redistributed it to over 95 charities in the Greater Wellington region, providing the equivalent of over 4 million meals worth of food! The Harbourside Market Food Partnership Programme Stallholders provide KAIBOSH with unsold, fresh produce from the market on a weekly basis to be sorted and distributed to charities for collection. Each weekend stallholders donate up to 1,000kg of food to KAIBOSH! This programme is a great example of how the marketplace is working to support the less fortunate in their local Wellington community.
Other Community Initiatives
The Market Office is interested in involving the community in as many ways as we can with the market so if you have any ideas on how we can bring the market closer to the community, please let us know.
Market open Sundays
7:30am - 1pm Winter, 7:30am - 2pm Summer.
Become a Stall Holder
Interested in becoming a stall holder?
Get in touch with our market team today
Where are we?
The market is located on the corner of Cable St & Barnett St beside Te Papa.