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Visit both Saturday and Sunday Markets

Just back from our second visit to Norfolk Island. Again, visiting both Saturday and Sunday markets... read more

Reviewed February 12, 2016

Locally grown produce with outstanding taste. Fruit that not only looks good but delivers true... read more

Reviewed December 8, 2015
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Reviewed February 12, 2016

Just back from our second visit to Norfolk Island. Again, visiting both Saturday and Sunday markets are really a must for anyone self-catering. Unfortunately we fly in on a Saturday afternoon so miss the Saturday Growers Market but did check it out before we flew...More

3  Thank Tripmode33
Reviewed January 5, 2016

For a small market, it has lots on offer. Oh, did I mention the fresh almond croissants? Trent was there singing away, what a fabulous voice. Get there early to get the best local produce.

1  Thank KLS63
Reviewed December 8, 2015

Locally grown produce with outstanding taste. Fruit that not only looks good but delivers true flavour, unlike the 'supermarket' variety you get on the mainland. Saturday for local produce and fresh fish, Sunday market for home made wares, craft, jewelry, cakes, chocolate, all served up...More

1  Thank Travelbug291
Reviewed November 26, 2015

don't do your souvenir shopping until you have visited the markets. Lots of cute handmade bric brac and nick nacks. Also a great place to taste the local coffee and buy some local produce.

2  Thank Anne N
Reviewed July 9, 2015

local fruit/meat/veges. Local craft items. Foods, drinks. Could of spent lots but could not carry any more home with me no room left in luggage.

2  Thank Eric T
Reviewed July 9, 2015

There are two markets - food on Saturday then a craft and food market on the sunday. Try the local hand made cheeses and also the chocolate. You can get the cheese into New Zealand if you declare it. Walk around the whole market before...More

9  Thank bustedblonde
Reviewed July 4, 2015

Considering the island is so small, the markets were quite extensive. The Saturday fruit and vege markets had a good array of produce. The cheese was just amazing. The Sunday general markets were also extensive considering the small population; souvenirs, jewellery, clothing, entertainment. A lovely...More

4  Thank Amanda M
Reviewed June 2, 2015

If you want to cook your own meals which I did, (i'm a chef) then stop here for the best prices and variety of local grown veggies, fresh caught fish and many other goodies! I also recommend Dans Butchery by the airport for fresh local...More

21  Thank USMC_Recon_2003
Reviewed May 30, 2015

We enjoyed a leasurely stroll around the market on Sunday morning. Local crafts are good and worth the look if you are seeking something to take home as a small gift. The atmosphere is great with pleasent music to accompany you. Make it a must...More

5  Thank densmi
Reviewed March 31, 2015

Market is held Sunday morning for a few hours. Stall numbers depend on weather. Local crafts, food, books, knick knacks and Anson coffee van, all entertained by local musician

2  Thank Slats66
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