The Waikato Farmers' Markets began in Hamilton City in March 2006 as a modest bunch of 15 stallholders. Since then we have seen the successful growth of a market in Cambridge and we've recently added the monthly Creative markets - held on the first Sunday of every month alongside the Hamilton Farmers' Market
At the Hamilton Farmers Market on a Sunday morning it is not unusual to see in excess of 50 Stallholders .Cambridge is a thriving and vibrant provincial Market well supported by the local communities.
Should you wish to become a stallholder, act now and contact our Market managers, we are very receptive to new initiatives with growth going forward, one of our major objectives.
If you are a keen busker please like us on Facebook and contact our managers to discuss playing at one of our markets.
Not for Profit organisations who wish to raise awareness for their causes may contact us regarding setting up a one-off stand at the Market entry point, however, we do not allow the sales of goods and you must have the approval of the market Trust.
What can I expect to find at the markets?
The Waikato Farmers Markets endeavour to offer their customers good, honest, farm fresh products plus value added produce and food culminating in a good old fashioned, down to earth 100% Waikto made shopping experience.
- Locally grown Produce, sold to you by the producer.
- Food and crafts made locally
- A true Farmers' Market experience, with great hot food, coffee and entertainment
You'll find the following at the Markets:
- Eftpos and Toilets On Site
- Off Road Parking
- Free Carpark Parking (Hamilton only)
A great place to meet up with friends
The Waikato Farmers Markets are a great place to meet up with friends and indeed indulge in a little breakfast and coffee so consider "Treating Yourself" some time soon and we will see you at the Farmers Market!
Local artist Brooke Baker made this great stop motion film for us- take a peek!