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

The Fair runs from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm each day.

For 2022 the Fair dates are:
5th of February and 5th of March.

Stall site applications will open again on 1st October 2021.

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Registration

If you want to run a stall at the Fair, and have not yet opened a user account here, please do so using the Register button above. If you already have an account, use the Log In button.

Application

To apply for a stall site, register on this site (Register button above) and then you will be able to log in and access the stall application form from October to February each year.  This will also ensure you are on our mailing list..

Stall Content

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.

What's the Martinborough Fair all about?

Every year since 1977, the Rotary Martinborough Country Fair has attracted an increasing number of visitors who swell the population and provide a cash injection to the South Wairarapa estimated to be worth in excess of $8 million per year in immediate benefit and ongoing business and tourism profile.  
The South Wairarapa Rotary Club makes recommendations to the Fair Trust each year for the disbursement of the Fair's profits to causes and projects throughout the Wairarapa.

History

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The 2-day Martinborough Fair was the brainchild of members of the Greytown Rotary Club, and in 1977 the first Fairs began in Martinborough with just 35 stalls

The Fair today

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over 500 stall holders come from all over New Zealand to participate in what is regarded as the country's pre-eminent Country Fair

Directions

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Find Coachlines and tour operator timetables and view a map of the area


How it works

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Everything from where it is, how to apply, and find your site, to how sites are marked out and how to identify them