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Otara Markets

23 Nov 2019 - 21 Dec 2019

When

Saturday 23 November 2019, 6.00am - Saturday 23 November 2019, 12.00pm

Saturday 30 November 2019, 6.00am - Saturday 30 November 2019, 12.00pm

Saturday 7 December 2019, 6.00am - Saturday 7 December 2019, 12.00pm

Saturday 14 December 2019, 6.00am - Saturday 14 December 2019, 12.00pm

Saturday 21 December 2019, 6.00am - Saturday 21 December 2019, 12.00pm


Every Saturday 6am-12pm

Where

Otara Carpark, Newbury Street, Otara, Auckland

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Situated behind Otara Town Centre (next to McDonalds)

Cost
Free
Contact

Michelle McGrath

o.f.c@xtra.co.nz

021 274 0830

Website

otarafleamarket.co.nz

Situated 18 kilometres to the south-east of Auckland, the Otara Market is held every Saturday from 6am until 12pm at Otara Carpark, Newbury Street (Behind Otara Town Centre).

This large market features a real mix of Auckland's cosmopolitan and indigeneous culture with up to 150 stalls selling a diverse choice of food and fresh produce, flowers, jewellery, fashion, clothing and accessories.

Art and crafts stalls offer a chance to purchase Maori, Samoan and Tongan art and sculpture pieces.

Many visitors to the market arrive to do their weekly fruit and vegetable shopping with an abundance of stalls to choose from.

During some weekends the market plays host to live music and cultural performances to add to the lively atmosphere.

The market is also a great place to enjoy a bite to eat and try something different with Hangi, Island doughnuts, chop suey, kebabs, sushi, Spanish donuts and souvalaki breads amongst the freshly cooked food on offer.

With the popularity of the market, it's best to arrive early to get a parking space.

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