Save the date and join us at the inaugural Banks Peninsula Festival, Orton Bradley Park, Charteris Bay, on 22nd February 2020.
11am – 6pm.
Relax in this spectacular setting and enjoy the best of Banks Peninsula, including food, wines, beers, local produce, cooking demonstrations, crafts and local musicians.
We’re right on Christchurch’s door, yet in many ways life on the Peninsula moves at its own pace and in its own delightful ways. Us peninsula people are proud of our lifestyle and what we bring to the table – whether that’s food, beverages, produce or on the stage. We’re a friendly bunch, and we can’t wait to bring together our offerings under the Banks Peninsula Festival umbrella.
On the Peninsula, we’re renowned for our hospitality, so come and join the fun!

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Orton Bradley Park

Located just 25km from central Christchurch, Orton Bradley Park is a private, 650ha rural property situated on the southern shores of Lyttelton Harbour. With its large open spaces and park like setting, it’s the perfect location in which to showcase Banks Peninsula at its finest.

Stallholder Information

Are you a Banks Peninsula chef, cook, winemaker, brewer, producer, crafter, artist or musician?
Or do you have an alternative talent with a Banks Peninsula connection? If so, we’d love to hear from you.
Please fill out the stallholder application form and send it through to us. We’ll be in touch.
Orton Bradley Park has the facilities, space, parking and access to host a large gathering.
The Spring Festival, held at Orton Bradley Park over Labour Weekend each year, attracts up to 7,000 visitors.
We know how much people love coming to the park – and we can’t wait to share a taste and all-sensory experience of Banks Peninsula with them!
We’re looking for stallholders with the following types of offerings:

Food to feed the crowds
Alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages
Fresh produce – eggs/vegetables/fruit/flowers/herbs
Artisan meats
Breads and baking
Preserves, pickles and chutneys
Arts and crafts
Candles, lotions and potions
Garden furniture and plants

This list is not limited, but gives you an idea of the types of stalls we are looking to secure.
We will be publicising our confirmed stallholders through social media and on our website in the coming months - further information about this opportunity will be provided upon stall booking and payment.
If you are a musician or performing artist, please email us directly at info@bankspeninsulafestival.co.nz

Click on the link below to fill out an application form

Application Form

Getting There

Orton Bradley Park, home to the Banks Peninsula Festival, is a 30-minute drive from Christchurch.
The park can be reached via two alternative routes – either head over Dyers Pass, through Governors Bay and on through Teddington, or from Tai Tapu side take Gebbies Pass to join the Teddington straight and around to Charteris Bay.
Free shuttle service throughout the day from the Diamond Harbour Ferry.


A big thanks to the local businesses helping us bring the Banks Peninsula Festival to Orton Bradley Park.



Contact Us

For any queries relating to the festival, please contact the team at Three Girls Ltd by emailing us at info@bankspeninsulafestival.co.nz

Keep up to date with all festival information by following Banks Peninsula Festival on Facebook and Instagram.