Otago Farmers Market - Healthy, Local, Seasonal Food
PARKING AT THE MARKET: Cadbury's carpark will NOT be available on Saturday 20th December 2014 for market patrons to use. The DCC carpark commonly used by market go-ers will also NOT be available on Tuesday 23rd December 2014 during our extra Christmas market. This is a leased car park and the leasees may well be using their parks. The best place to park is over the railway lines on St Andrew St where there is a very large car park.
Welcome to the Otago Farmers Market, where you will find the very best fresh fruit and produce that Otago has to offer. Fresh fruit from Central Otago, vegetables and berries from the Taieri plains; every week over 65 different vendors come together from all over the province to create one of the busiest Farmers Markets in Australasia.
Each Saturday morning thousands of people flock to the Dunedin Railway Station north car park to purchase local food directly from the people who made it. Our customers love the friendly atmosphere, the fresh produce and the bargains that can always be found. With vendors all selling different products it is easy to see why so many local people choose to shop here. There is food to eat on site, buskers and weekly cooking demonstrations. Find out more about the Otago Farmers Saturday Market click here.
While some of our vendors do have Eftpos, Otago Farmers Markets are cash markets. So make sure that you bring enough money to enjoy the very best of what Otago has to offer.
The Otago Farmers Market Trust is a registered educational charity that is committed to common principles of Farmers Markets all over the world. Our vendors are the people who grow, make, rear, catch, brew, pickle, smoke, roast and produce the food they sell on-site. The vast majority of vendors come from Otago, a region that provides some of the finest produce in the world.
As the seasons change, so do our vendors and their products. Keep up to date with what products are currently at the market. It’s simple to subscribe to our email newsletter, or follow us on Facebook.