Hawkes Bay Farmers Market
- Address: Kenilworth Rd, Waipatu, Hastings 4122, New Zealand
- Phone: +64-276973737
- Ticket Price: Free
- Tags: Market, Family And Kids
Hawkes Bay Farmers Market - Review
The Hawkes Bay Farmer’s Market is located in Hastings, New Zealand and is one of the largest as well as longest running Farmer’s Markets in New Zealand. Thousands of locals and visitors visit it for its great atmosphere plus shopping experience, every Sunday of the year. You can buy some of the best and freshest produce such as fruits, vegetables, meat, eggs, bread and pickles right from the producer. You can also enjoy fresh ground coffee, delicious breakfast and even live musical performances at the market. There are ATM machines, an information stall, toilet facilities as well as plenty of parking spaces available. Dogs are not permitted at the market.
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Hawkes Bay Farmers Market, Hastings Reviews
So many amazing good products at this market. The walnet brittle is not too be missed. The New York Muscat grapes and Buffalo Blue grapes were the best I've ever eaten. I bought both vines. All the food was great, live music. Genuine farmer grown quality products, unlike many other markets.
Amazing market. Went over Easter. Fresh produce. Yummy food music coffee wine tastings.. We stayed all morning! Will be back
Love it! Can get busy but lots of space, people/stall holders are really friendly and helpful.
Always a satisfying experience. A variety of fresh food cooked for whatever you may be feeling like for breakfast. A huge range of fresh fruit and verges, home goods and treats. Entertained with live music. Fitted around are tables and chairs, blankets, bean bags and seating with tree shade or umbrellas. Long established market with ATM cash facilities. A great start to a Sunday for everyone!
We travelled down from tauranga to go to the market as we had been twice before and found it exceptional. This time we were most disappointed, as there wasn't the variety of produce and stall holders that we found on previous trips.