About the Fair

The Puketapu Country Auction & Fair is a family oriented, traditional Country Fair in a truly beautiful lakeside setting, 7 minutes from Taradale. Stalls have an emphasis on crafts, with the majority being sited under trees and spread around the surrounds of the large lake.  A wide range of food is also available alongside activities for children, including:

Pony rides
Rides to a local hill top lookout
Apple bobbing
Golfing competition
Boat rides
Fun competitions
and more…

Off road car parking is available and well sign posted.
Patrons are asked not to park on the roadside for safety reasons.

Location & Contacts

General Enquiries: Merv Kite 027 243 1037
Stall Holders and Bookings:  Kathy McQuade 027 491 7702

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15 hours ago

Rotary Taradale

Thank you to all those who supported Rotary Taradale at the Taradale Village Street Market on Saturday.
The Spin the Wheel was most successful and your support is appreciated.

Our ShelterBox display attracted many inquiries and donations towards the project are also most appreciated.
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Thank you to all those who supported Rotary Taradale at the Taradale Village Street Market on Saturday.
The Spin the Wheel was most successful and your support is appreciated.

Our ShelterBox display attracted many inquiries and donations towards the project are also most appreciated.

Comment on Facebook

Will done Taradale. Looks like a GREAT effort! Lynne, Ahuriri Sunrise

2 weeks ago

Rotary Taradale

We were honoured to have the Rotary District 9930 Interplast Contact - Elizabeth Wright - present tonight at our meeting.

Interplast is a small charitable organisation started by Rotary in 1983 through a partnership with the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons. Rotary continues to be crucial in both governance and support from clubs and Districts throughout Australia and New Zealand.

Elizabeth outlined details of the recent trip to Myanmar where a number of operations took place, and also told us of the funding raising currently taking place seeking a Rotary Global Grant.
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We were honoured to have the Rotary District 9930 Interplast Contact - Elizabeth Wright - present tonight at our meeting.

Interplast is a small charitable organisation started by Rotary in 1983 through a partnership with the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons.  Rotary continues to be crucial in both governance and support from clubs and Districts throughout Australia and New Zealand.

Elizabeth outlined details of the recent trip to Myanmar where a number of operations took place, and also told us of the funding raising currently taking place seeking a Rotary Global Grant.

Comment on Facebook

It is a super Rotary programme and worthy of support