- Saturday6 AM – 12 PM
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Otara Flea Market, also known as Otara Markets, is a weekly market held in the town of Otara in Manukau, South Auckland.
Otara Markets is one of Auckland’s oldest markets, having been around since the 1970s. The market is a community-driven event, and it is a great place to meet local people and learn about their culture. It's also a great place to shop for unique and affordable items, as well as experience the Pacific Island culture in New Zealand.
Otara Market is indeed famous for its vibrant atmosphere and cultural diversity, with great food, live music, and street performers adding to the festive atmosphere.
Here you can find a variety of food stalls offering traditional Pacific Island cuisine, such as taro, fish dishes, traditional hangi, chop suey, and Cook Island doughnuts. It is also a great place to find second-hand items and vintage clothes. You can also buy traditional Pacific Island arts and crafts such as tapa cloth, woven baskets, and other items, making it a perfect destination for those looking to buy souvenirs.
With its diverse range of products and lively atmosphere, Otara Flea Market is a must-see destination for both locals and tourists visiting Auckland.
The Saturday market is open every Saturday from 6am to noon.
Location Te wāhi
Otara Flea MarketPlan your route
Getting there Te huarahi ki reira
You can find the markets in the car park behind the Otara Town Centre. If you’re in the city centre, there are public transport options.
Local tip He tīwhiri mō te rohe
Come early to get your hands on the best products.