Check out the night markets at Silo Park. © Visit Auckland

Indulge in food and fun at Auckland’s markets


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Whether you’re in the heart of the city or exploring the outskirts for a weekend, the Auckland region has a selection of excellent markets to visit. 

Stock up on fresh, artisan and gourmet produce, indulge in an easy brunch and soak up the community atmosphere at the many markets around Auckland that will tick all your boxes. 

If you want to get out of the city, head to the famous Matakana Village Farmers’ Market on Saturdays for artisan cheeses, Italian meats, organic chocolate, craft beer and a unique dog-minding service.

On Sundays, the Clevedon Farmers’ Market serves up fresh produce, pastries and pony rides. 

In the central city, check out the lively La Cigale French Market on at both Britomart and Parnell on Saturday and Sunday mornings (don't miss picking up some of our favourite ZeLi! sauerkraut).

For a cultural feast, join the locals at the buzzing Auckland Night Markets for street snacks and delicacies from around the world. And, over summer, Silo Park is home to night markets and outdoor movies every fine Friday.

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