Get ready Wellington, your favourite Noodle Markets are back for 5 nights at Franks Kitts Park! 

The Night Noodle Markets return to Wellington for five nights this April, featuring a food lineup of fan favourites and first-timers.

We’re incredibly excited to bring the Night Noodle Markets back to Wellington from 18 to 22 April. We’ve had a fantastic summer of noodles between Auckland and Christchurch and have been blown away by the attendance. To finish it off, we’re coming back to the capital for the second time.

Expect delicious street-style food, exciting entertainment and the hustle and bustle of an authentic pop-up Asian Night Market.

Dates: 18-22 April (5 nights)

Trading hours: 4pm -10pm (Wed 18 - Sat 21), 4pm - 9pm (Sun 22nd) 

Location: Frank Kitts Park, Jervois Quay, Wellington

Admission: Free - All Ages

Prices:  $5 - $15.


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The Night Noodle Markets will be cashless so you will only be able to pay by Credit Card, EFTPOS, PayWave or Apple Pay.
Find out more info, and how you can add your card to Apple Pay here

*Apply Pay only available for ANZ and BNZ customers

 


Checkout our Wellington stallholder map below

Click the map to download and print so you can plan your trip in advance.
Our menu will be uploaded early next week. 

*The map and menu are subject to change. 

Please see below for all location information,
market dates and operating hours.

  CLICK MAP TO DOWNLOAD

CLICK MAP TO DOWNLOAD

  click menu to download

click menu to download

 

Hours

The Night Noodle Markets Wellington will be located at Frank Kitts Park and open during the following times:
      
Wed 18 April 2018, 4:00pm–10:00pm     
Thu 19 April 2018, 4:00pm–10:00pm     
Fri 20 April 2018, 4:00pm–10:00pm
Sat 21 April 2018, 4:00pm–10:00pm
Sun 22 April 2018, 4:00pm–9:00pm

   
Sun 22 April is our last night. We will be closing at 1 hour earlier at 9pm to pack out the event. 
 

 

 

 

 

Getting here

As there are number of projects in the city centre, allow extra time and plan ahead before coming into town.

Please note, there is no public parking available at Frank Kitts Park so it’s recommended you leave your car behind and use public transport or ride your bike.

For more information on ways to come into the city centre visit https://www.metlink.org.nz/#plan