Portobello Farmers' Market

Portobello Reserve
(beside “Happy Hens”)
Otago Peninsula
New Zealand

Every Sunday
10 a.m. - 1 p.m.

Portobello Farmer's Market CLOSED for Winter Season

Our market closed for the winter season on Sunday 12th July. We re-open for the summer season with a big bang on Sunday 18th October 2009 in conjunction with the popular Portobello Plant Fair. As this is our first market for the summer season, we will be open for longer hours on that day 10am to 3pm. {Our normal market hours are 10am - 1pm} Stallholders with fresh fruit, vegetables, bread, meat, free range eggs, fresh fish, tarts & baking, organic sausages, cheese & more. There will be children's activities all day; cooking demonstrations, plants, arts & crafts and a silent auction to raise funds for the local schools. Wide variety of cooked foods: bacon butties, crepes, poffertjes, indian food, soups, delicious fresh cooked fish & plenty more on the day. Fun, fun for everyone!

Located in one of the most picturesque spots for a market, the Portobello Farmers' Market is becoming a mecca for those from the local area, Dunedin and beyond who seek the freshest produce, meat and seafood, honey, fruit and vagetables and much more.

The market is held every Sunday, and there is always lots of great seasonal goodies to buy, from the regular stallholders:

  • Potatoe Point - Potatoes and other organic vegetables
  • Coffee Pirate - Coffee
  • Hazelnuts - Fresh Hazelnuts
  • Peninsula Honey - Honey
  • Manuka Gorge Eggs - Free-range eggs
  • Royal Albatross - Fresh bread & pies
  • Grandma's Kitchen - Crepes, cooked fish, poffertjes, bacon butties, pickles and preserves
  • Basecamp Salami - Salamis
  • Two Tarts - Gourmet tarts
  • Organicland - Organic Meat and vegetables
  • Who Ate All the Pies - Gourmet Pies
  • Central Otago Apples - Apples, avocados & other fruits
  • Goddards Vegetables - Fresh vegetables
  • Christies - Plants & Flowers
  • Tamaras Takeaways - Russian takeaway food
  • Taiaroa Fish - Fresh Fish, smoked fish
  • Kate & Roger Middleton - Plants, herbs, and flowers

For more information and market news, please see their Website.