Rotary Martinborough Fair

The Martinborough Fairs are held on the first Saturdays of both February and March each year.

For 2016 -  - 6th of February and 5th of March

There are usually a number of stallholders who cannot come for one reason or another, which means we are usually able to place most new applicants. 

We are keen to see a predominance of NZ-made goods - the more local the better. Stall sites are allocated with that aim in mind.




Applications for the 2016 martinborough Fair will open on October 1st 2015.

If you do not currently have a Martinborough Fair membership and would like to participate in the Fair, register using the link at the top of this page. This puts you on our contact list which will put you 'in the loop' for email notifications and enable you to access our Stall site application form once applications are open.

Fair ownership

The Fair is owned and managed by the South Wairarapa Rotary Club . Proceeds from the rental of stall space and facilities are used to provide much-needed funding for significant projects in the South Wairarapa community, as well as national and international Rotary programmes.


The Fair is held on 2 separate days, rain or shine!*

For 2016  they are February 6th and the March 5th.
Nothing short of a major disaster will stop the Fair.  It's ON!

Fair aims to please

Over 450 applicants were chosen for inclusion in the last Fairs.
The aim is to provide an interesting and varied array of goods, services and activities for our fair-goers.
We are very careful about which applicants are accepted and strive each year to choose the very best that New Zealand has to offer.


Stall sites and the fair ground maps can be downloaded from the Stallholder page.

You will also find the latest copy of our poster there



* Martinborough Fair will make every effort to respond responsibly to prevailing conditions, but in extreme weather conditions, individuals must make their own analyses and respond accordingly

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