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The fair, which has been running for six seasons, featured 40 travelling families and stallholders who live in tiny homes while travelling around the country.
Co-founder and stallholder at the fair Yani Alig said he started the fair nearly six years ago with others after wanting a life with more freedom.
He enjoyed being able to travel around the country in his home and being his own boss.
He and partner Terrene Gibson sold dreamcatchers and jewellery alongside other pieces at their stall, Octopus.
The fair had to halt for seven weeks during lockdown.
Mr Alig, who lived in Timaru during that time, said stallholders were grateful to get back up and running.
"It’s awesome. We always get a good turnout in Dunedin.
"We’ve seen more people this season; I think people want to get out and do something more now."
The fair would pack up today before setting up in Invercargill this weekend.