Newtown is a very diverse suburb in Wellington and to celebrate it, nothing better than holding a massive street fair for a day. With 12 stages, over 400 stalls, and 80 acts, the event that took place on Sunday 8 March (same day as International Women’s Day) was the largest street fair I’ve ever seen. Many food stalls, offering food from all over the world, including the always great Curbside Cafe, and several other stalls selling all kinds of products from vintage clothing and personal grooming to decorations and services like energy readings and henna tattoos. It was a fun, sunny morning, perfect for lots of photos.
Le Canard may have closed its doors but this rotisserie food truck is amazing!
We were photobombed!
For dessert, a nice nutella crepe always does the trick.
You can find more information about the festival and how Newtown has been celebrated by its community for almost 20 years here.