Local produce and craft
Looking for a particular unique gift or a variety of fresh fruit and vegetables? There’s no better place to find it than at Little River Farmers Market!
At Little River Farmers Market, we work with several incredible local vendors who are prepared to give customers the best service and quality merchandise. Don’t miss out! Stop by our Market, and take a look at all of our products.
Not market day? Don't worry a number of our vendors supply their goods and produce all year round.
A La Baguette
18 years ago Sam brought his own sourdough out from his orginal home in the Loire Valley, France. Luckily for you the Banks Peninsula is now his home and he has his is organic sour dough loaf, croissant, pain au chocolat, ciabatta, focaccia and baguettes for sale each Sunday.
Peninsula Berries grow a variety of fresh berries right here in Little River. They are usually at the Market until early December or until berry productions slows down.
Her Blue Dungarees
Does your outdoor space new a new lease on life? Check out the range of bar leaners, wooden planter boxes, raised garden beds, wooden outdoor furniture, wooden benches and wooden garden seats from the team at Her Blue Dungarees. Otherwise if you have an idea in your head pop down for a chat and let them custom build something to suit your needs.
One Good Thing
Who knows what creations Glen will come up with this week??
Will it be gourmet chicken burgers, classic English pork pies, Scotched eggs or ye old English Fish & Chips? You gotta come down to find out.
Out of olive oil? Don't panic Nomad Wholefoods mobile shop bring a wide range of bulk goods to the market every week.
Check out their website (below) or Facebook page for the latest list of stocked goods.
Remember to bring your own container. Although they do have a selection of recycled containers to use should you forget.
Wits End Eco Farm
Wits End Eco Farm has over 200 fruit trees and a variety of produce available thought out the season. Richard was a chef in a previous life and loves turning his excess produce into unique pickles and chutneys. What will this weeks creation be?
Located in Kaituna valley Ben and the Bone Hill team produce a select variety of locally made wines. It's a family business so they have also combined with their cousin's cousins to bring a range of other varieties from outside the area.
Ngaio creative talent ensures that her stall is stocked with different creations every week. A great mix of retro decor, kiwiana and long lost relics from her garage.
Fizzard Estate stock a variety of preserves as well as their refreshing Elderflower Cordial in the spring.
Try their seasonal baking with fresh produce from their garden. Try their world famous black boy peach shortcake, tarte aux fraises or the ever popular croissants and pain au chocolate.
Once exported around the world Cooptown Paeonies are now available just down the road from where they are picked.
These spring flowers are available until early December at the market and can be purchased from the roadside in Cooptown mid week.