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Dear travelers, we have lived here for 20 years and sadly can not recommend this place. It's not very hygienic at all. It's just a tourist trap. We as locals don't go there as products are expensive and just of second cut quality.
We only come for the food really and there is plenty of choice - too much really.
Lots of good tasty food stall food at reasonable prices.
Friendly bunch of stall holders.
Some have eftpos.
Good place to sit and people watch also.
Not only great for all the fruit and veggies but the local food trucks.
Love the variety and delicious samples from all the local vendors. Beautiful cheeses, raw slices, relishes and lots of yummy food trucks. All perfectly placed on the wellington waterfront.
Harbourside market opens every Sunday with fresh produce and specialty food sold all over. I've tried the Greek food at one of the many food trucks and it's incredible. The price of the fresh vegs and fruits is normally half compared with the supermarket just...More
On a recent visit to Wellington my wife and I, on exiting the Te Papa Museum, came across this brilliant outdoor Sunday morning Market entirely by accident. This is a very quaint fresh fruit and vegetables and cooked foods Market, and after purchasing some fresh...More
This place is incredible! Fresh food, for unbeatable prices! I have gone every Sunday morning since my arrival in Wellington, and have had nothing but positive experiences. The fresh produce for sale is great quality, and their are amazing many cheese, meat and bread vendors...More
Every Sunday till about 2 pm, this place is transformed to a farmers market selling lots of fresh vegetables and fruits. There is an area selling a mix of takeaway international food (Spain, Mexican, Greece, Chinese, hotdogs, rolls, cheese, spices, honey, ice creams, pizzas etc....More
I LOVED the Harbourside market because of its vibrancy and colors. It is located right next to the Te Papa museum, but is only held on Sunday. This market was a highlight of our New Zealand trip. However, truth be told, I visit markets in...More