Palmerston North City & Manawatu

Feilding

Visit the charming town of Feilding where you will be met with red-bricked pavements and streets, stunning flower beds, and a warm elegance that reminds you why it has been voted ‘New Zealand’s Most Beautiful Town’ 15 times. The small town atmosphere offers an escape from the hustle and bustle, where walking into shops you are met with a friendly smile, and the kind hospitality that has earned this town the label of ‘Friendly Feilding’. 

Whether you’re history buff looking for your dose of local history at the Coach House Museum or you’re petrol head looking for exhilaration at Manfeild, Feilding’s own world-class motor racing circuit, Feilding has it all. Once the day is done, you’ll be sitting in one of Feilding’s many cafes wondering why it took you so long to get there.

Local Highlights

Feilding Farmers’ Market – Every Friday from 9am-1:30pm, Manchester Square comes alive with a vibrant array of artisan stallholders. ‘Eat seasonally, buy local and live well’ is the market’s mantra and there’s not an imported product in sight.

Feilding Saleyard Tours – Learn the fascinating history of selling livestock, one oflargest Saleyards in the southern hemisphere. Tours available every Friday, contact the Feilding Information Centre for bookings.

Focal Point Cinema  A charming boutique cinema experience. Dine in the onsite cafe – or take your dessert and coffee into the theatre with you to enjoy whilst watching a film.

Coach House Museum – The Coach House Museum is home to an outstanding collection of New Zealand heritage, including many historic vehicles, farm implements and archival displays from the horse drawn era and beyond.

Boutique Shopping  Friendly Feilding offers a relaxing day of shopping, with free parking. Explore beautiful boutique stores and an eclectic collection of second hand and antique stores. Dine in one of the many cafe’s or picnic amongst then beautiful outdoor spaces.

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