direct from the farm

Come and experience the Marlborough Farmers’ Market!

Covid Update: We are OPEN!

Masks are no longer compulsory, but with Omicron still making the circles in our community, you are encouraged to wear one.

We welcome all but PLEASE STAY AWAY IF UNWELL 

  • Only handle stall produce that you plan to purchase

Thanks for your cooperation and for supporting your local Farmers’ market – your local hub for fresh, local, seasonal produce and goods direct from the farm gate to your dinner plate. We hope to see you every Sunday between 9 and noon..


Every Sunday between 9am-12pm at the A&P Showgrounds


Get directions here

Enjoy the taste of the freshest seasonal fruit, vegetables and produce that Marlborough has to offer.

Our Farmers’ Market is full of locally grown and sourced food, sold by the producer.

Know that the meat, eggs and cheese you purchase comes from animals that have been treated humanely.

Feel great! Because not only are you nourishing yourself but you are also helping the environment by reducing your carbon footprint.

Support local, sustainable farmers, growers and businesses… Spend money locally.

Talk with our award winning stallholders and learn how your food is produced. Discover their favourite recipes, tips and ideas.

Enjoy locally roasted coffee and takeaway brunch.



Market Location Map

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Recent Market News

Check out whats happening at this weeks market or read our latest online newsletter

Market Stalls and Products

Throughout the year we have a number of different stall holders at our market.  View our stall holders list…

Traffic management

Traffic: ONE way VEHICLE traffic, in via the Alabama Road and out via Maxwell Road Keep following the mantra "if unwell please stay home". Above all, we love seeing you. Thank you for continued support to shop local.
Support your local Farmers’ Market and what it stands for!
Farmers’ markets contribute to the social and economic welfare of the region by providing a greater economic infrastructure to the community by keeping the money in the region and supporting locally produced products.

•  It provides employment, offers wider cultural as well as commercial diversity in a region that is fast becoming a monoculture.

•  Socially, it unites two different members of the community – producers and consumers, this can serve as an educational experience, where the customer learns about their food sources and the producer gets valuable consumer feedback.


A&P Showgrounds – Corner of Alabama Rd & Maxwell Rd, Blenheim

Every Sunday 9 am till 12 noon

Marlborough Farmers Market

Marlborough Farmers Market