Find a Stall

This is the 2018 Stalls Directory

the written story of the whole Festival in one giant searchable page

Fair Blocks  1 – 8  are in Riddiford St from north – south

Fair Blocks   10  –  80 are the matching side streets EAST

Fair Blocks 11 and 81 are the matching side streets WEST

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Stall Block 1

in Riddiford St      from Mein to Emmett 

This Block hosts the Tangata Whenua Stage where the Festival Opening Ceremony will be held at 9.30am  

Backstage is a temporary SpikNspan Toilet Truck  [#1 of 4 onsite].

In Hall Street you can also join The Garden Party at Bebemos from 11am onwards,

101    Bebemos (in Hall Street)  A licensed Street Cafe, this year bringing you The 4th Annual Garage Project Garden Party Local Business, also open when its not Fairday !

105    Carrello del Gelato  Fresh gelato and sorbet handmade right here in Newtown.

106    Hardieboys Beverages  Fresh orange juice, and fermented gingerbeer, lemonade and lime drinks.

107    The Dukes of Sandwich Hot sammies filled with free range and local flavoursome goodness! All free range meats, local produce. Gluten free and vegan options available.

108    Tribal Roots Maori iwi clothing that reflects and promotes Aotearoa’s arts and culture.

109    Tumbleweed Tees  Unique screen printed artwork, clothing and stationary celebrating NZ flora and fauna.    

111     Ria’s Natural Health Soap  Natural handmade soaps, lotions, and gift baskets.

112    Exploit Fashion – Chickee Fever  Gorgeous designer fairy dresses and easy wear affordable clothing designed in NZ, manufactured overseas.

113    Exploit Fashion – Chickee Fever  Gorgeous designer fairy dresses and easy wear affordable clothing designed in NZ, manufactured overseas.

120    Fritz’s Wieners  German bratwursts served in a freshly baked baguette bun, with onions or sauerkraut and topped with your favourite mustard.

121     Electric Pukeko Hats  Fashionable hats and sunglasses for everyone.

122     Newtown Greengrocer  Fresh juices and real fruit ice cream  Local Business, also open when its not Fairday!

123     Lush Clothing  Clothing and jewellery from Thailand, Egypt, Morocco and India.

124     The Jewellery Box  Handmade sterling silver jewellery.

125     Alpaca Suri-Bol  Alpaca clothes, made in South America by cottage people.

126     Newtown Union Health Service  Health service.

127     Wellington Hospitals Foundation  Information from Wellington Hospitals official charity, featuring Hospi, the Wellington Children’s Hospital mascot!

128     Mary Potter Hospice  Information on the Hospice’s palliative care and the history of the hospice.

129     Alliance Francaise Wellington French brochures, posters, banners and flags.

130     Government House  Information about guided tours of Government House and free raffle draw of preserves from Government House kitchens.

131      BeDazzling Ltd  Womens’ clothing, sarongs, scarves and jewellery, alongside with some children’s dress up clothing.

Stall Block 10

Emmett St

This street has lots of FOOD STALLS and hosts the Songs From the Old Country Stage.

Just through the gate in Saint Annes is the Filipino Village with Carnival Rides and Games and its Variety Show.

10-30    Roti Bay  All kinds of Roti wrap.

10-31     Langos  Fried bread puffs with toppings.

10-32     Zaaffran a taste of Morocco  Contemporary street food with authentic Moroccan flavours.

10-33     The Greek Food Truck  Greek Souvlaki, salads, burgers, fries, Greek sweets and drinks.

10-34     Manaaki Whanau  Hangi, fried bread, and raw fish.

10-35     Chiwi Catering  Specialising in Spanish and Latin American cuisine. Big pan Paella, a selection of Spanish tapas and small bite size items.

10-36     Zibibbo  Whitebait fritter sandwiches, pork belly tortillas, braised beef philly steak sandwiches.

10-37     Montfoort  Traditional Dutch sweets.

10-38     NZ Hindu Association  Indian vegetarian snacks and beverages.

10-39     Flavors of Europe Yummy Potato Cakes  Yummy potato cake laden with honey cured bacon, cheese, sour cream, and a cheeky dash of sweet chilli sauce.

10-40     Bean Here  Iced drinks, coconut cream mousse, espresso coffees, and wholesale coffee beans.

10-41      Matsuda Shouten  Japanese food truck selling ramen, rice burgers, sushi and soft drinks.

10-42     Fritz’s Wieners  German bratwursts served in a freshly baked baguette bun, with onions or sauerkraut and topped with your favourite mustard.

10-43     Chur Bro Churros  A local and female owned company. Dairy free and vegan friendly churros.

10-44     Thai Kai  Spring rolls, chicken satay, roti wraps, steamed rice

10-45     Grill Republic  Filipino food.

10-46     Terem  Russian food, pancakes, dumplings, Russian drinks, Russian pies, salads, soups.

At the end of Emmett St Street through the gate (in Saint Anne’s) is the Filipino Village.

Filipino Village Stalls – inside St Anne’s Hall

Filipino Village: Newtown Worship Snack Corner  Filipino native snacks, including twisted bread at a table.

Filipino VillageGreat Tasti  Delicious food.

Filipino Village: Laura Gergusson Trust  Poppies, homemade crafts, pre-loved treasures.

Filipino Village: Philippines Embassy Display  Showcase/documentary; flags, national costume etc.

Filipino VillageNewtown Worship  Op-shop, white elephants, bric-a-brac.

Filipino VillageEm’s Pinoy BBQ  Barbecue.

Filipino Village: Carnival Amusements  Kids’ entertainment, water pool with paddle and roller ball. Bouncy castle, high slide, clown, hoops, animals, candy floss etc.

There will be children’s rides in St Anne’s grounds, and a variety show all organised by the Filipino Village.

Stall Block 11

Rintoul St

This street has lots of FOOD STALLS and hosts the Electric Car and Cycle Rides. It has the Wash against Waste Dishwasher Station serving all the stalls like the foodcourt.

Just around the corner in Colombo Street you’ll find the Latino Stage.

11-00     Elemental Eats  Whole menu consisting of gluten, dairy and refined sugar free food. We have burgers, vegetable fries, pulled meats and salads.

11-01      In Bloom  Selling vegan burgers, raw vegan desserts and fresh fruit juices.

11-02     Yoshinkan Kendo Club  Selling sushi, home made cakes and biscuits to fundraise for our club, and for our members to attend 2018 World Kendo Champs.

11-03     Traditional Indian Street Food Traditional Indian street food such as samosas, roti wrap, bhel puri and many more.

11-05     Tuatara Brewery Local craft brewery

11-06     Shalom Church  Selling snack foods.

11-07     Oriental Food  Dumplings, dim sum, spring rolls, soft drink.

11-08     Fritz’s Wieners  German bratwursts served in a freshly baked baguette bun, with onions or sauerkraut and topped with your favourite mustard.

11-09     Good Taste Thai  We sell three types of Thai street noodles with small condiments, as well as spring rolls, Thai tea and water.

11-10      Chaiwalla  Handcrafted Chai, vegan and gluten free Bhaji and Chicken Tikka Masala.

11-11      Cracker Cottage  Ice cream rolls, made with non-homogenised milk, no refined sugars and organic fruit/berries. Dairy free options available.

11-12      Babickas Table  Artisanal sausages, handmade on Waiheke Island, served in fresh baguette with Zeli sauerkraut and homemade chutneys.

11-13      Owhiro Bay Community Gardens  Rewena and fry bread, and hangi meals.

11-14      Eat at Peko’s  Cold drinks, English Breakfast tea and the great taste of Italian Lavazza coffee, alongside Angus beef ciabatta buns, Balkan handmade filo pastry and hot chips.

11-30     Monterey   Local bar serving independent drinks and quality food.  Local Business, also open when its not Fairday !

11-31      Saint Mary of the Angels Church  I will be selling a DVD of the seismic strengthening of the church, and a cook book with recipes donated by the parishioners of the church.

11-32     Amnesty International  Amnesty International information and brochures. A couple of petitions on human rights for people to sign.

11-33     Unions Wellington  Information and advice regarding your rights at work, how to join a union and local workplace campaigns.

11-35     Donut Express Donut Kiosk Unit.

11-36     Kawakawa Spa  Natural skincare products made from our native plants

11-37     Nopesisters Clothing  Charity t-shirts designed with awareness messages for five local charity partners.

11-38     Wellington Rape Crisis Community Partnership Programme  Information about Wellington Rape Crisis, our new community outreach programme in Newtown, and collecting.

11-39     Filo nz ltd triple chocolate brownies with cream, chocolate sauce, and chocolate shavings.

11-40     Beewrapt  NZ’s own original washable beeswax foodwrap – keeps food fresh and delicious.

11-41     Homeware Treasures Melamine dinnerware and some fun paper mâché animal heads.

11-42     Kumudini Enterprises  Selling cushions made of Indian fabric and NZ wool, silk/cotton clothing, bed covers, jewellery.

11-51      Kiwi eCycle  Display of electric cycles with test rides available.

11-52      Leading the Charge  Display of electric vehicles by enthusiastic and knowledgeable owners. Public can see, ride, and drive some of the vehicles!

Stall Block 2

in Riddiford St      from Emmett to Green

This Block hosts Black Coffee’s Festival lineup featuring plenty of local talent.

200      Te Arepa  Barbecued mussel fritters and french bread

201      Fettuccine  We are two friends selling homemade fettuccine with four different sauces. Vegan and vegetarian options available.

202      Clay Art Ltd   Brightly coloured and textured ceramics.

204      Circa Theatre  Circa Theatre fliers and brochures  – come and find out what’s on!

205      Global Soap  A range of all-natural, traditionally handcrafted small batch soaps, and a number of other stunning products which include Fizz Bombs, Butter Baths, Massage Bars, Lip Smoothies, Shampoo Bars and Clay Face Mask’s.

206      Black Coffee  Offering c0ffee, snacks, and cold drinks   Local Business, also open when its not Fairday !

207      Plumplum  New Zealand made children’s clothes and accessories.

208       Emuology Canterbury  Emu Oil based healthcare, E-Balm and Skin Repair.

209       Domestic bliss textiles  Locally designed & screen-printed tee shirts and home linens.

210       Aureate Cakery & Unbakery  Lavishly decorated cupcakes in a variety of flavours and dietary requirements.

211       Sweet Janes  Pre-loved and new clothing and accessories  Local Business, also open when its not Fairday !

212       Duncan McLean  Clothing  Local Business, also open when its not Fairday !

224      Biddy Bodacious  Womens natural fabric clothing.

225      Kd One  Natural Skincare.

226      Rubia Express  Cafe, Breakfast, brunch, lunch  Local Business, also open when its not Fairday !

227       George Holley  Pottery, bones, skulls, articulated skeletons and fossils.

228       Vape Crew  Vape supplies and E-liquid.

229       Good Stuff!  Collectables, Curios and recycled stuff!

230       Pranah Cafe  Sweets and cakes  Local Business, also open when its not Fairday !

231        Share International  Save our planet, share and save the world. Transmission Meditation.

232       New Zealand Coin Works  NZ coin work, paua, silver rings and cufflinks.

233       The Office Bar  Local Business, also open when its not Fairday !

234       Pony Lane Homewares, accessories and jewellery.

Stall Block 20

Green St

At the end of this street, on through the fence (in Saint Anne’s), is the Filipino Village.

Green St, North side

20-00      LC Designs Hand crochet hats, scarves & more using beautiful wools.

20-01       Estilo NZ & Missy Chu Handcrafted candles, difussers, wooden crafts, baby clothes and products.

20-02       AromaSense  Handmade skin care and essential oils.

20-03       Vinnies Re Sew  Selling products made from up-cycled/recycled textile waste from Vinnies op shop as part of the Vinnies Re Sew. Find out more about Re Sew and how to get involved.

20-04       Dragonfly Soap co.  Handmade and natural soap and beauty products

20-05       Made It  A number of products designed and hand made in New Zealand decorated with NZ flora and fauna designs.

20-06       Trollwood Creations   Woodland Inspired handmade crafts, such as fairy houses, as well as professional face painting and body art.

20-07       Design by RMW  Framed prints, postcards, tote bags, tea towels.

20-08      Dolly B Dangled  Selling handmade jewellery and accessories made from doll hands. All made here in Wellington.

20-09      Joy de Geus  Paintings, cards and calendars

20-10      Coastie Crafts  Homemade bags, skirts, and baby bibs.

20-11       K A H L O  One of a kind, handcrafted polymer clay earrings.

20-12      Good Form Design Co.  Original posters, prints and illustrations.

20-13      Terran Aura – Orgone N.Z.  Orgonite; from Pyramids to Pendants, Charging Plates and Tower Busters, Crystals, Beads, Millefiori glass, anti EMF devices.

20-14      Clay Earrings  Homemade clay earrings

20-15      Red Rock Prints  We produce works on paper, canvas and greeting cars from digital copies of artists’ work. Canvas range from small to large, and prints are sold in rolls.

20-16      Kiwi Kids Books  Self published Kiwi kids books and games.

20-17      Small artworks and Hand Painted Yoga Mats  Small mixed media artworks, hand painted yoga mats.

20-18      Aggie and Au  Handcrafted jewellery in sterling silver and 9ct gold. My pieces have a clean contemporary look and are designed for effortless beauty everyday

20-19      Tamar Guse Fibre Art  Fibre artist Tamar Guse creates unique handwoven sculptural baskets.

20-20      Qualms  Handmade earrings and other jewellery

20-21       Prickle Limited  We sell locally sourced plants in handmade New Zealand pottery

20-22       Emblem  Quirky, modern and simplistic hand-made clothing and accessories.

20-23       Hexton Bee Company  Handmade in NZ natural beeswax food wraps and candles.

20-25       Vintage Jewellery Selling vintage jewellery

20-26       Hands Across Water Charity Stall to support Hands Across Water

Green St, South side

20-40        Lambert’s Luscious  Everything needed to be a well groomed man.

20-41         Alba Artisan Boutique Press  Letterpress cards, prints & stationary.

20-42        Eclo Art by Emy Oikawa  Eclo Art sells hand made clay jewellery and Art made in Wellington. Emy (EcloArt funder) creates each product inspired by the New Zealand nature.

20-43        Foxtots  Organic baby clothing designed in Nelson, cotton clothing and moccasins.

20-44        This and That  Fabric creations made from recycled and retro materials

20-45         Rally for Climate Justice  Information about the upcoming Rally for Climate Justice. Blockade the Petroleum Summit March 26.

20-46        JustSpeak  Charity organisation information stall.

20-47        New Zealand First Party  New Zealand First brochures and sign up lists.

20-48       Vintage Market Vintage clothes & accessories, up-cycled jewelry & screen printed apparel, origami earrings, handmade jewellery & crafts,

20-49       Arrowtown Stonework  Jade pieces hand carved in our Arrowtown workshop.

20-50       Fanny Adams Underwear  Quality underwear designed by and for New Zealanders since 2002.

20-52       Pots by Aimee  Wheel thrown and hand built functional and decorative pottery/ceramics.

20-53       Rykeland Design  Silhouette Craft – Door Toppers & Switch Toppers (sit on your door frame or light switch), pencil holders, eyewear holders etc.

20-54       Black Sheep Animal Sanctuary  Glassware, second hand clothing and goods.

20-55       The Compassion Project  Information and books for sale. Compassion Exercise available in over 30 languages, the latest being Maori. 

20-56       Olivia Bezett Artist  I am a full time artist from Auckland who uses coloured pencils to create drawings of animals which are then turned into high quality art prints.

20-57       Little Bow Designs  NZ made children’s and women’s wear

20-58       Meikle & Plants by Fi  Everyday sustainable fashion, and up-cycled mini gardens and planters.

20-59       Herb boxes  Wooden garden boxes, planters and accessories, handmade in Rangitikei.

20-60       Argan Oil New Zealand Ltd  Artisanal, natural organic Argan Oil body products manufactured by the Rural Women Cooperatives in Southern Morocco. A portion of our proceeds will be donated to the NZ Women’s Refuge.

20-61        Toastmasters Wellington  Promotion of Toastmasters: non profit organisation on communication and leadership.

20-62         Eweneeks  NZ made, hand carved stone, greenstone, sterling silver jewellery.

20-63       ILF New Zealand  Selling kids clothing and adults t-shirts.

20-64       The Zen Division Acupressure mats and pillows

Stall Block 3

in Riddiford St      from Green to Wilson

300       Green Party of Aotearoa NZ  Promotional material for the Green Party of Aotearoa NZ

301        Three Little Kids   Locally handmade children’s clothes and accessories.

302        R Reynolds  Women’s clothing incl. dresses, loungers, trousers, skirts and tops.

303        Woodyouorwoolyou  100% NZ made woollen blankets, rugs, and native miniature houses.

304        Fashion Hats and Sunglasses  LOOKING GOOD “New Season Fashion” Sunhats and Sunglasses.

305       Jimmy’s Fruitmart  Barbecue selling Indian chops & corn on the cob, and mango lassies  Local Business, not usually selling hot food.

306       Totaea Rendell  Kiwiana art prints.

307       Jonny Ocean Trading Dried vacuum packed peppercorns from Cambodia.

308       Indian Grill Time Butter chicken in wraps or roti, veg option cottage cheese instead of chicken

309       Sea Shepherd  Information, petitions and merchandise.   

310       Mr Bun Bakery and Hot Bread Shop   Selling hot chips, and drinks  Local Business, also open when its not Fairday !

311       Crystal Lady   Pottery Plaques and Crystals.

312       Tweety Birds  Hand painted pottery bird whistles that, when filled with water and blown, “tweet”. 

320      Savvy Touch   A range of naturally based products designed, developed & manufactured in NZ.

321       2B Natural Insect Repellent  Selling a 100% natural insect repellent.

322       Sweet and Sour  Selling fruit flavoured liquorice. and NZ Traders -women’s clothing and pet products. 

323       Blue Bell Club – All Things Pacifica  Pacifica cushions, tivaevae throws, bags and shell wreaths.

324       Libbydid  Handmade hair accessories, beeswax food wraps, badges, children’s toys etc.

325        Natural Creations  Handmade items, created with an environmentally friendly approach. Upcycled girls capes, handmade soaps and reusable shopping bags.

326       Willow Jewellery and Crafts  Willow Jewellery and Crafts makes unique handmade glass jewellery (necklaces and earrings).

328       Paua Frita Clothing  Designer Kiwiana Clothing for Adults and Kids and NZ made skirts/dresses.

329       Ingrained  Handmade jewellery inspired by nature

330       Lynsey Champion Hats  New Zealand made designer hats.

332       Silver Science  Science themed jewellery – chemical molecule earrings, anatomically correct necklaces and much more.

333       Favamama’s  Egyptian street food with a Mexican twist. Come try something Wellington has never seen before! Vegetarian and vegan options available.

334       Kruizey Kidz  Handmade childrens’ and baby clothing

335       Discount T Newtown  Gift wares: Sunglasses, lucky cat, clocks, key rings, birthday gifts, home decor gifts, glasswares, etc  Local Business, also open when its not Fairday!

336       Save the Post Office group  Information about Post Shop and Kiwi Bank protest

337       Mother of Coffee  Traditional Ethiopian food and coffee Local Business, also open when its not Fairday!

338       Jewellery & Accessory  We will be selling 18ct gold plated jewellery (including chains, earrings, necklace) watches, bracelets. Also Indian Kurtis and dresses 

Stall Block 30

Wilson St

This street hosts the legendary Deathray Wilson St Stage, and its pop-up street stage outside Deathray.

While you watch the twin stages you can enjoy an ale in the Parrotdog Footpath Balcony Bar.

In the carpark is a temporary SpikNspan Toilet Truck  [#2 of 4 onsite].

30-01       Viva Mexico      Licensed Street Café Local Business, also open when its not Fairday!

30-02       Purochile  Chilean food; empanadas.

30-03       Salero  Asian food; rendang, salads, grilled meat, chicken curry, soft drink.

30-04       Fruitscoop Gelato  Gelato and ice cream

30-06       The Hungry Monkey Wellington  Traditional Malaysian style street food with a modern twist. Our menu includes pork belly steamed buns, beef or lamb rendang, char kuey teow and more. Vegetarian, gluten and dairy free options available.

30-16       CD and Vinyl Heaven  Quality used CDs and LPs

30-17       Renters United  Find out about Renters United and join the campaign for a fair deal for renters.

30-18       Wellington Branch of the Theosophical Society  Information Brochures about the Theosophical Society, a world-wide non-sectarian organization encouraging spiritual enquiry and self-transformation. Printed material and programmes about upcoming events.

30-20       The Little Goat  Fresh handmade Cypriot Mediterranean food; goat burgers, halloumi, vegetarian and GF options

30-21       The Hot Wafel  The Hot Wafel is a super popular dessert cart specialising in outrageous Belgian waffles heavily loaded with a range of different toppings, sauces and fruits.

30-30      Parrotdog   Making great beer that we ourselves enjoy drinking, in the hope that others will too.

Stall Block 4

in Riddiford St      from Wilson to Constable

This Block hosts the Baobab Nice up the Dance in Baobab’s rear courtyard, the Moon  After Party and the New World Community Stage on the corner of Constable Street.

St Johns First Aid is beside the Community Stage, parked  in the Fish Fins driveway off Riddiford Street.

The Festival Info Stall is just around the corner at Kia Ora, 6 Constable Street. The Police onsite can be found via our Info stall.

401      New Zealand Labour Party  Have a chat with the Member of Parliament for Rongotai, Paul Eagle.

402       Moon  Licensed street café hosting the after party  Local Business, also open when its not Fairday!

403      Rainbow Bridge Shop  Gifts, costumes, sunglasses, etc Local Business, also open when its not Fairday !

404      Sweet Escape  Artisan soap and handmade bath luxuries, including bath bombs, massage oils, natural body wash, therapeutic bath salts, lip balm, and more.

405      Maries Cakes  A selection of home baked goods including cakes, biscuits, squares, cupcakes, fudge, jams and pickles. Also selling at the Newtown school market every Saturday morning.

406      La Petite Chocolat  Handcrafted ethical and organic chocolate, and drinking chocolate.

407      Kapiti Real Fruit Ice cream  Real fruit ice cream, frozen yoghurt milkshakes and shaved ice slushies.

408     Raptor Rubs NZ Made Herb and Spice Rubs – Free Samples on morsels of lamb or salmon.

410      Baobab  Licensed Street Café  Local Business, also open when its not Fairday !    

412      Book haven  Books! And a space to breathe!  Local Business, also open when its not Fairday !    

413      Haewai Meadery  Bottled mead.

414      SilverCircus Clothing  Petone-made children’s clothing featuring screen printed designs from Wellington artists.

415      Ruahine Ports  Award winning New Zealand made Fruit Port and hand-blown glassware.

416      Platinum Nails  Nail Salon Products  Local Business, also open when its not Fairday !    

417      Anne’s Knitwear  Machine washable merino knitwear for babies and children.

417a    Fresh Lemonade  Fresh homemade traditional lemonade.

418      Garuda Foodtruck  Serving Indonesian food.

419      Copper Uncovered  I sell handmade copper and brass artwork, tealights, flowers, jewellery, and other gifts.

420      KOAST Limoncello  Limoncello, limoncello cream and orangecello liqueur: tastings and bottle sales.

421       New Generation Liquorice  A quality New Zealand-made range of liquorice, nougat and fudge, with delicious flavours produced specifically for New Generation Liquorice.

422      Black Sheep Animal Sanctuary  Vegan food.

423      Matatiki  Quality cast iron teapots with accessories in different designs,sizes and colours.

424      MiniGardens NZ  Bonsai trees, terrariums, flowers & giftware

Stall Block 40

Constable St

This street hosts the Living Wage Stage up by Daniell Street, and the Newtown New World Community Stage at Riddiford Street

The Festival Info Stall is at Kia Ora, 6 Constable Street. The Police onsite can be found via our Info stall.

St Johns First Aid is beside the Community Stage (in Riddiford Street).


40-00     Wellington Region Emergency Management Office – WR  Promoting new Earthquake Guide resource to everyone who attends.

40-01     Kaibosh Food Rescue  Information about Kaibosh Food Rescue; our work and volunteering.

40-02     Newtown Community and Cultural Centre  Information about Newtown Community and Cultural Centre, Timebank and Citizens Advice Bureau – find out what we offer!

40-03     Boomerang Bags  Boomerang Bags will have 1-2 sewing machines set up for visitors to come and try their hand at sewing a tote bag from re-purposed material. There will also be some ‘bought to support’ bags for sale with proceeds going back to Boomerang Bag costs.

40-04     Vincents Art Workshop

40-05     Vietnamese food and Vietnamese handcraft  Vietnamese crafts and food including summer rolls, banh mi, fried rice and more.

40-06     House of Dumplings  Panfried handmade dumplings from ethically sourced ingredients.

40-07     Cafe Turkey New Plymouth Ltd  Turkish meals, kebabs, chips, wedges and soft drinks.

40-08     Tom’s Chimney Cake & Langosh  Hungarian bakery that serves chimney cakes and fried bread products.

40-09     Wellington Islamic Association  Food stall selling Indian sweets, Indian food, samosas & a sausage sizzle.

40-11      Mao and Co  Specialising in handmade Dumplings and Noodles.

40-12      Sweet Sta Cruz  Fruit smoothies and milkshakes, pastries, chicken satay, wraps.

40-13      Mamias  Ethiopian sauces and meals.

40-14      Newtown Public Library  Free books, competitions, kids activities, information.  Local Business, also open when its not Fairday!

40-15      NZ Festival  Promoting NZ Festival programme.

40-16      Zvanaka African Attire  We sell vibrant African attire including tops, earrings, necklaces and bags.

40-17      Statistics New Zealand: Census  Stall will have promotional material for Census 2018 and merchandise, including flyers, t-shirts, caps, pens.

40-18      Kapai Kettle Corn  Fresh popped kettle style popcorn.

40-19      Zari Henna  I’m selling notebooks with henna designs, and doing henna tattoos.

40-20     Electoral Commission  Information stall educating people on the importance of voting and getting them enrolled to vote.

40-21      Basic Income New Zealand  Information, pamphlets.

40-22      Community Law Wellington and Hutt Valley  Community Law is a community organisation committed to bringing the law to the community. Our fair stall will have flyers about our services and our booklets of free legal information that we can give away to the general public.

40-23      Department of Corrections  Information on our work, careers, as well as giveaways.

40-24      Smoke and Spice  Manuka smoked sea salt from Lake Grassmere and half price value packs of cold, smoked garlic.

40-25      Donut Express Kiwi Snow  Donut Cart with shaved ice cart

40-26      Phiten Health and Performance  Phiten products provide instant and lasting relief from stress, tension and pain in muscles and joints, speed injury recovery and enhance physical performance.

40-27       Heke Homemade Herbals  25+ unique blends of Organic Herbal Teas, grown and made in Nelson.

40-28      Glam Jams & Cordials Kapiti  Preserves and cordials featuring local ingredients. Along with pesto, salsa and gourmet ‘Righteous Rub’ spice mixes which are dairy, gluten and nut free with no added sugar, reduced carb and low kilojoule. We have an ethical approach to packaging and manfacture of our products.

40-29      I Love Dumplings  Steamed, deep fried vegan and vegetable dumplings.

40-30      ISKCON Wellington Incorporated  Hare Krishma vegetarian/vegan stall selling Indian and Chinese food.

40-31       Vegan4All  Vegan fried & steamed dumplings, herb tea and other vegan snacks.

40-32      Show TV  Showcasing the best products for home and garden from around the world.

40-33      Jim Bom  Selling pasta, kebabs and cans of soft drink.

40-34      Rilu Roti  Selling roti wraps.

40-35      The Crafted and Co  Mobile food truck selling a variety of products; ranging from gourmet burgers, brioche doughnuts, to coffee and other sweet treats.

40-37       Living Wage  Living Wage information stall.

40-40      Wonderment  A collection of retro items, kitch jewellery, carvings, musical instruments, kitchenware, curios, & all manner of Pre-Loved Wonderous Treasures.

40-41       Plum Jam  Hand screen printed tea towels, aprons, bags and pillow cases; all made and designed in Nelson.

40-42      Maria’s Stained Glass Art  Stained Glass work with motifs depicting parrots, tuis, NZ ferns, Koru and more.

40-43      Newtown Bakery  Selling freshly baked goods and hot food.  Local Business, also open when its not Fairday!

40-44      Things Unseen  Handmade jewellery and other treats.

40-45      The Soi Collection  Bohemian style womans clothing and accessories.

40-46      Newtown Festival  Information about the Festival-maps, programme, lost and found.

40-47      Limoncello Sovrano  Licensed stall selling Limoncello – tastings available.

40-48      Fintage  I have been making clothes since 1991. My clothing combines elements of form, structure and simplicity. My designs include the Famous Fin pants, skirts, tops, dresses and the very popular Caravan Cuties shorts

40-49      COOP X MOOMA POP UP  Various items from local makers incl. jewellery, ceramics, homeware, clothing.

40-50      Nic Nac  Handbags, clothing, homeware.

40-51       Peoples Coffee  Peoples’ famous cold brew coffee.   Local Business, also open when its not Fairday!

40-52      Newtown Early Learning Centre  Community Creche Information.

40-53       Fossils, Crystals, Mosaic & Glass Art Studio  Fossils and crystals sourced world-wide, sought after by collectors, hobbyists and enthusiasts. Mosaics and glass art that are created, designed and made in Nelson, New Zealand by an artisan crafter.

40-54       Margo Janke-Gilman  Face painting, body art, body marbling, selling of fairy knick knacks

40-55       Lily’s Collection  Giftware and accessories

40-56       Parry Soaps Soapera  NZ handmade artisan boutique soaps with all natural ingredients, colours & fragrances

40-57        Coconut Gallery  Our own unique brand of naturally sourced clothing and hand made accessories.

40-58        Agnes Mignot Vintage  Vintage treasures, including china, textiles, curiosities, clothing and more.

40-59        Kitchen Adventures Ltd  Continual demonstration of kitchen gadgets (pumpkin knife, peeler, curly fry sckewer, not seen before egg flip tool and unique turner for sausages steak etc. Tongs become redundant!

40-60        Hometech Solatube Wellington  Displaying a range of company products; solatubes, attic stairs, skylights, ventilation to arrange income consultations.

40-61         LA ROTISSERIE  Free range rotisserie chicken, duck, and pork. We have combos, duck fat roasted potatoes, fresh coleslaw, sandwiches and drinks.

40-62        DOSA AND BIRYANI CORNER  Delicious Indian cuisine, including authentic Dosa; an Indian style pancake served in a number of ways.

40-63        Happy Banana  Thai street food.

40-64        Argentinean Food  Selling Argentinian style beef sandwiches, empanadas (beef & vegetarian), alfajores, water and cans of fizzy drinks.

40-65        K&K Cambodian Food Caravan  Serving chicken satay, beef sticks, beef or chicken baguette, stir fried noodles.

40-66        Twisted Chips HB and Exotic Candy Straps HB  Twisted Chips and Fruzo Real Fruit Slushies.

40-67a      Hot Like a Mexican  “Amazing real Mexican food by a real Mexican.”

40-67        Kiwi Donuts  Fresh mini donuts and refreshing shaved ice.

40-69        Handy Stacks  Handystacks of firewood and garden media.

40-70        Animal Sevices Wellington and Hutt City  Information for dog owners; laws, registration, microchipping, and giveaways.

Stall Block 5

in Riddiford St      from Constable to Newtown Ave

500      Alpaca Suri-Bol  Alpaca clothes, made in South America by cottage people. Jumpers, jerseys, ponchos, vests, shawls, scarves, hats and other hand made crafts.

501       Good Boy  “Hole in the wall” establishment. Offering seating for coffee/tea drinkers and eaters.

502      Farry Amber Collections & Education & Development  Selling henna, facepainting, drawings of Disney cartoons and Maori designs, and clothing. Also providing information on online tutoring and adult education services.

503      Dianne Brady Pottery  Handpainted quality stoneware. Lots of blue and white tableware, many other colours and styles, great range of coffee cups.

504      Kereru Natural Products  Natural body care; handmade soap and essential oils.

505      Copper Catkin  Jewellery, custom-printed fat quarters, and fabric cafts made from my personal fabrics, featuring my own artwork.

506      Anita Vogt  Biscuits, cakes, lemonade.

507      In Retrospect  Homeware and gifts with a superhero and vintage book theme. Includes wall hangings, coasters, magnets and framed pictures.

508      The Ramen Shop  Steamed buns and noodles  Local Business, also open when its not Fairday !

509      Hunters Hoods and Dave’s Bonsai  Handmade baby capsule covers and accessories, and handmade bonsai plants.

510      Arbonne 

511      Eastern Food Distributors  BBQ food, soft drinks  Local Business, also open when its not Fairday!

520      Indian Sweets and Snacks  Curry, samosas, vegetarian pakoras, drinks  Local Business, also open when its not Fairday !

522      FROLIC  Frolic clothing, hats and jewellery.

523      Hipsta  Ethnic handicrafts and clothing

524      Evolve Designs  Womens summer clothing, our own unique designs.

526      Serious Straws hats  Been at the Newtown Festival since the beginning. Hat manufacturers and sellers.

527      Patisserie Delight Cafe  Summer rolls, rice noodle salad, chicken kebabs, pork steamed bun, cold drinks, coffee, and milkshakes  Local Business, also open when its not Fairday !

528      Leslie Dinou  “Seagrass baskets, wheat packs, door stops, draught stops.

529      Summer Snow We will be selling shaved ice out of our trailer.

Stall Block 50

Newtown Avenue

This street hosts the Tuatara Newtown Avenue Stage, and the VUWSA lounge

50-01       Blue Nile Restaurant Ethiopian food and drinks.

50-03       Taco Addicts  Tex-Mex/Austin style tacos with vegetarian, vegan, GF options. All handmade with an emphasis on fresh, seasonal local ingredients.

50-04       Happy Banana 2  A variety of delecious authentic Thai cuisine, including: Pad Thai, Fish Cakes, Roti and Thai Deepfried Bananas

50-05       Mr. Circle  Chinese crepes.

50-06       Mr. Circle  We sell Chinese savoury crepes

50-07       Roti Variety  Selected authentic Indian and Sri-Lankan dishes, such as roti wraps, samosas and delecious briyani.

50-08       Garuda Foodtruck  Serving Indonesian food.

50-09       Wilson Barbecue  Low N Slow barbecued food – brisket, pulled pork, burgers, mac n cheese balls etc.

50-10       Rich Coffee Roasters Ltd  Coffee cart, selling hot and cold coffee.

50-20       Poneke Rugby Club Under 10s  Selling bacon butties, cooked on BBQ

50-22       Churro Express  Churro Express Kiosk

50-23       Rosti Express  Barbecueing potato rosties.

50-26       Crocky’s Cold Brew  Delicious cold brew coffee, on tap.

50-30       VUWSA  VUWSA Information & chill out zone. There will be competition giveaways.

Stall Block 6

in Riddiford St      from Newtown Ave to Normanby

Thanks to McDonalds this Block hosts the Buskers Pitch – carpark street performance !

Please note the Mobile Police Base has another engagement – the Police onsite can be found via the Festival info Stall at 6 Constable Street

Beside McDonalds is a temporary SpikNspan Toilet Truck  [#3 of 4 onsite]

601        Blue Star Kiwi  Hand crafted miniatures and jewellery crafted from them.

603        HYDRADYE  Hand crafted clothing range, including: merino pocnhos, summer retro style dresses, lace jackets, stretch mesh t-shirts, and scarves.

604        Niue Craft Stall  Selling handmade crafts including flower head garlands, baskets, flax flowers, wood handicrafts, fresh and packaged specialty baking

606        Samoan Catholic Youth Group  Samoan chop suey and rice, cold pineapple drink, sausage sizzle

607        African Market  West African musical instruments, carvings, baskets and wall hangings.

608        G & E Enterprises  Ear Candles, Natural deodorant spray, 3-D products, jewellery, and collectables including items from Nepal, dragons, birds, animals, frogs and others.

609        Wellington Zoo  Get involved in fun animal activities, meet a Wētā up close and ask our Zoo Rangers questions about the animals that live at the Zoo  Local attraction, also open when its not Fairday !

610        Classic African Style Design   – beautiful creations, clothing designed and made right here in Newtown!

611        Vinnies Wellington   Second hand goods and bric-a-brac  Local Charity, also open when its not Fairday !

622        Saarah’s Henna  Saarah’s Henna is Wellingtons premier boutique henna Tattoo service.

623        Empire Auctions  NZ made socks.

624        Eaglestone  Crystals, minerals and fossils and gemstone pendants.

625        G&A Trading  Splat balls, leather bracelets for men and women

626        Taniwha Yaje  Indigenous products – ponchos, blankets, jackets, dreamcatchers, bracelets, hair wraps.

627         Richter City Roller Derby

628         Mangu Kaha Trust  Maori delicacies, including hangi and rewena bread. This stall is inside the St Thomas’s Courtyard.

Stall Block 60

Normanby St

This street hosts the Niceplace Curbside Cabaret Stage

60-01       Galit Maxwell Pottery  Wheel thrown domestic pottery, hand-built ceramic vases & original colouring-in posters.

60-02       Funkyjunk  Selling knitted baby clothes, jewellery, women’s clothes, handbags, antiques, crafts etc.

60-03       Half baked catering co.  Raw, vegan, gluten free, and refined sugar free sweets and snack bars.

60-04       The Clean Collective  A wide range of gluten and dairy free treats and snacks.

60-06       Amorini Limited  Artisanal Italian baked cakes, biscuits and sweets made by an Italian pasticcere.

60-07       Loukoumi  Artisan produced , gourmet Turkish Delight in a wide range of unique flavours, plus specialty chocolate products

60-20       Guy Brossier  French crepes.

60-21        Harpoon Cold Brew Coffee  Nitro cold brew coffee in reusable cups

60-22        SUPER DONUT HERO  Freshly cooked Mini Donuts, available with Chocolate or Caramel sauce, and with Ice Cream.

60-23       Munch Cupboard  Eco products for kitchens, incl. organic beeswax wraps and baby products.

60-24       Eden Orchards  Cherry juice and fresh cherries.

60-25       Bee Fresh Farms  New Zealand-made artisan foods and other honey products hand-made with care. Our honeys are not heat treated or processed, retaining their raw, natural qualities. Our flagship product is Wellington Manuka Honey. Most of our hives are located in the hills and bush of Hutt Valley and Wainuiomata.

60-26      The Wellington Black Tea Company  Black tea packaged as gifts

60-27       Baxter’s Original Gluten Free BBQ and Hot sauces  Barbecue sauce and a variety of hot sauces.

Stall Block 7

in Riddiford St      from Normanby to Donald McLean

At the south end of this Block [inside the old Petrol Station] are the Tongan Relief Fundraising Stalls, and an outdoor lounge

Just around the corner [behind the Tongan Relief Fundraiser] is a temporary SpikNspan Toilet Truck  [#4 of 4 onsite]

701      Flickers Clothing  Great range of women’s clothing.

702      Papaya Clothing  Women’s cotton clothing

703      Smile Clothing NZ  NZ designed outfits made from natural linen fibers.

704      Vivid Photography  Showcasing contemporary photography and offering a chance to win a free shoot.

705      Ross and Found Jewellery  Good quality jewellery at great prices.

706      Song Store  Cotton and silk sarongs, scarves and shawls along with cotton and silk casual clothing. All are natural fibres, most are handwoven and block printed by hand dyed with natural dyes or hand embroidered.

707      Raymond Road  Wall decorations, garden art and jewellery.

708      Chiropractic Balance  Chiropractic posture assessment.

709      Back To Living Chiropractic  Chiropractic health screening

710      Total Health Chiropractic  Complimentary spinal health checks

711       Mr Whippy  Van serving soft serve ice cream and milkshakes.

712      Outdoor Amusements Ltd  Plucka-Duck/Bucket-Ball trailer

720      Carrello del Gelato  Fresh gelato and sorbet handmade right here in Newtown.

721      Regenerate Magazine 

722      NOOZ  Brand new NOOZ womens clothing & accessories. Designed in Dunedin with everything $40 or less.

723      Paula Petherick Photography  Fine art photography, featuring New Zealand flora and fauna. Prints and handmade art blocks available.

724      Kingdom of Klah  Handprinted garments and prints accompanied by stories set in the Kingdom of Klah, a mysterious parallel universe.

725      Lavender Abbey   Award winning Lavender essential oil and hand crafted natural products – Grown and created in Carterton, Wairarapa.

726      Bow and Arrow  We sell handmade leather bags and NZ designer jewellery at events around NZ, and to galleries and gift shops.

727      Retro Art  Recycled/upcycled frame to funky up your home.

728      Red Sea Cafe  A selection of North East African/East African style food, sweets and snacks.  Local Business, also open when its not Fairday!

728      Milano Pasta Bar  Selling pasta

729      Project Bloom Pop up photo booth.

730      Kimberley River Socks & DEA Yarns  New Zealand made socks, ranging from casual to workwear, weaved with only the finest merino wool. DEA Yarns has an extensive range of hand knitting, crochet and weaving merino wools.

731      John Hudson  High quality cowhides and cowhide products.

732      Eaglestone  Crystals, minerals and fossils and gemstone pendants.

733      Lily’s Collection   Giftware and accessories

734      TONGA CYCLONE RELIEF FUNDRAISER  Tonga Cyclone Relief Fundraiser; music, dance, food, face painting and walk in health checks with health professionals.

735      Tenancy Services Information and Education  We will provide free giveaways and information on Tenancy Services.

736      Coffeeguy  Coffee, Mrs Higgins cookies and muffins.

737      DoTerra Essential Oils  A variety of DoTerra Essential Oils and yoga related items for sale. Also promoting and selling a childrens book.

738      Baron Hasselhoff’s  We are a boutique producer of hand craftet chocolate and fine sweets. We will be selling chocolates, iced chocolates and fancy lamingtons.

739      Sacred-NZ  Nita Henry Iconic Award winning designer. Designs and makes all these items in Nelson. Sterling silver kiwiana beads and charms, sarongs, Leather chunky unisex stainless bands, and more.

740     Denisa Federico  NZ made socks, boxers, caps, hats, sunglasses, imported socks, and novelties.

Stall Block 70

Donald McLean St

This street hosts the Renegade Bass Stage   the FREE Street Sports Zone – for young and old,  and the Fire and Emegency Burning Kitchen will go boom every 60 minutes !

70-01       Sumela Kebab Shop  Turkish kebabs.

70-02      Da Munch Box  Food truck selling fresh whitebait Cuban sandwiches and roti wraps

70-03      Indo PLUS Food  We are selling Indonesian Food, sweet and savoury.

70-07      G Chicken  Fried chicken, fries and drinks.

70-08      Oriental Food  Selling dumplings, dim sum, spring rolls, soft drinks.

70-09      Roti Bay  Selling many types of roti wrap e.g. butter chicken, satay chicken,  lamb curry, and samosas.


70-21       Community Fruit Wellington  We will be selling fresh fruit and preserves as part of a fundraiser.

70-22      Dutchy’s Burger Joint  Gourmet burgers from a charcoal grill and hand cut chips. We use local suppliers and prepare the burgers and hand cut chips by hand from scratch.

70-24      Churro Express  Churro Express Caravan with shaved ice cart beside

70-26      Fritz’s Wieners  German bratwursts served in a freshly baked baguette bun, with onions or sauerkraut and topped with your favourite mustard.

70-27       FRESH FOOD  Authentic Punjabi street food.

70-28      Regent Takeaways  Food caravan selling hotdogs, chips, burgers, confectionary and drinks.

Stall Block 8

in Riddiford St      from Donald McLean to Arney

This Block hosts the Radio Active FM Coffee Supreme South Stage

800      Tamerlane Handicrafts Pacific Rim Handicrafts. We have Mosaic pots and platters, ethnic musical instruments, NZ wooden signs, driftwood sculptures and shells.

801      Petit Papillon  Home made bath bombs made using locally sourced ingredients in Wellington.

802      Wakefield Hospital  Information about Wakefield Hospital redevelopment.

803      Regional Screening Services – Cervical and Breast  Promotion and information for Regional Screening Services.

804      Ora Toa  Health Information on safety, tamariki ora, and the health services we provide.

805      Veronica Apparels  Women’s clothing all 100% cotton and hand made colours

806      Enjoy Life Ltd  Hemp hats, hand crafted brass jewellery, Panama hats.

807      Out of Africa   Selling Zimbabwean copper plaques and Indian jewellery

808      Let’s Wear it LOUD! Comfy Colourful skirts designed & made in Wellsford, NZ. Hot Chocolate design mismatched shoes and Filo Silver button pants.

809      Cosmo Hawke  Selling Karma Cola drinks

810      Shoe School  Open shoemaking workshop! Sketch your dream shoe design and oogle shoemaking tools and materials.  Local Business, also open when its not Fairday!

811      Coffee Supreme  Coffee Supreme coffee, possibly cold brew.

820      Great Cultivations Seed Subscription  Great Cultivations is a seed subscription service. We’ll be displaying our seed boxes, plus a range of plants.

821      Ahsen’s Handmade  Handmade jewellery , cross-stitched necklaces, embroidery hoops, handpainted hangers.

822      Underground Soapery  Handmade plant based natural soap, body butters, bath bombs and salt. Made is small batches in our garage in Stokes Valley. Palm oil, synthetic fragrances and artificial colours free. Our packaging is handcrafted repurposing old books and our labels are made using a typewriter. We are a proud plastic free little business.

823      Amandala – Vintage Treasures  Colourful vintage clothing, Bohemian bits & bobs, quirky crafts, treasures delight!

824      Mehendi  Henna tattoos and designs.

825      Bits ‘n’ Bobs  Craft items, second hand items, plants, Japanese Knot Bags and collectables from Japan.

826      Mr Pops Ice Blocks  Deliciously refreshing ice blocks completely handmade from fresh ingredients right here in Newtown.

827      Radio Active.FM  Photobooth

828      Radio Active.FM  Official Radio Active merch.

Stall Block 80

Arney St

Festival Family Zone – with lots of free stuff to do

This street is right beside our new Radio Active FM Coffee Supreme South Stage.

The Family Zone hosts the famous FREE Wishbone Bikes Street Circuit complete with hay bales and ramps, FREE face painting, a parent lounge in a grand gazebo, aerial circus shows between acts on the South Stage,  FREE circus lessons, FREE art activities for kids, and daycare centre info stalls.

There’s also carnival operator with a small Merry-Go-Round and a Ferris Wheel stall (selling rides for kids)

80-10       Havana Brothers Coldpress Juice  Organic, locally sourced coldpress juice – better for the world and for your health!

80-11       Coops Hoops  Hula hoops for purchase. Watch a demonstration or give it a go!

80-12       Wellington City Steiner School  Information and kids craft activities to publicise our idea for a Wellington Steiner school.

80-13       Miramar Christian School  Information about our school, children’s activities.

80-14       The Healing Bee  We help new & expecting mums feel confident on their journey with birth coaching & essential oils.

80-15        Newtown Playcentre  Fundraising by selling play dough, giving out information.

80-22       The Circus Hub  Information about the Circus Hub classes.

Stall Block 81

Gordon St

A Carnival Games Stall and at the end of this street is a temporary SpikNspan Toilet Truck  [#4 of 4 onsite]

81-01         Donut Express Donut Cart with shaved ice cart beside.

81-02        FizzBang Custom Candy Floss Creations  Selling candy floss and bottled water.

81-04        Outdoor Amusements Ltd  Farmyard game trailer.

81-10         Lanes Displays  Small inflatable toys for kids.



A BIG thank you:

To all the colourful stallholders who bring their goods, or their community group display, to Newtown for the Festival, all of Wellington enjoys it and your stall fees help to pay for our amazing performance line up.

To Aimee and Hope for maintaining this extensive Stall Promo list as the bookings all came in and were then allocated sites in our streets by Rhona and Anna.

To Simon for his behind the scenes work on the website software that manges all the stall booking details.

To Andrew and Steve for managing our website content.

And to Aimee and Martin for publishing this online public copy, explaining the Fair layout block by block + with the bonus that anyone can now search for cool stuff to buy, yummy food and drink, or a stall by its name.

To Anna for all the hours on Fair site design and stall layout, in thorough consultation with Rhona and Martin.

And to our wonderful volunteer Marshal team who turn up before sunrise to help the stalls and stages arrive and set up, and then come back in the evening to help ease the congestion at pack-out.

Thank you everyone