Taste South Australia at markets all around our State

Experience new tastes, aromas and sights at our markets. They're international melting pots of food and culture. Branch out and try something new.

Adelaide Central Market

The Adelaide Central Market buzzes with life and color all year round. It is a special place for regulars who wouldn't shop anywhere else.

You'll find a huge range of fresh food under one roof. Taste fruit and vegetables, meat and poultry, seafood, gourmet cheeses, freshly-baked bread, pastries, desserts, nuts and health foods. Shoppers can also take a break in some of the best cafés in Adelaide.

It's the experience of shopping here that people love to return to again and again – the noise, the aromas, the variety, the bright colors and the atmosphere of an international melting pot of food and cultures.

The Adelaide Central Market is open Tuesday to Saturday every week.

Market Shed on Holland

The Market Shed on Holland is a fresh, organic produce market, located in a converted shed.

This local market is a favorite of the Adelaide community. At the Market Shed you will find fresh produce and some of Adelaide’s most popular food vendors.

Indulge in an early morning coffee and pastry, or a bigger brunch or lunch.

The Market Shed on Holland is open every Sunday from 9am-3pm.

Farmers’ Markets

Shop for freshly baked bread, the purest extra virgin olive oil, fresh vegetables, herbs, nuts, organic fruit, plenty of wine, cheese, meat and flowers – all grown or produced locally. South Australia’s farmers’ markets are a must visit for food lovers.

Adelaide Showground Farmers’ Market

The Adelaide Showground Farmers’ Market has quickly become an Adelaide institution and is open every Sunday from 9am to 1pm. It’s the best way to spend a Sunday morning. Sip a coffee as you buy fresh fruit, vegetables and produce directly from the growers. Children can enjoy cooking lessons and learn how to start a vegetable garden.

Willunga Farmers Market

Willunga Farmers Market was the first regional produce market in South Australia, and is still one of the State’s best places to buy fresh fruit, vegetables and gourmet produce. The market is home to over 60 stalls and is open every Saturday.

Adelaide Hills

At the Adelaide Hills Farmers’ Market in Mount Barker, all produce is seasonal. The market aims to make food buying an enjoyable experience. With the whole community involved, connect with the local food heroes who produce the best foods in the area.

There’s another fabulous farmers’ market in the Adelaide Hills, 25 minutes from Adelaide city. Stirling’s award-winning market is held each month. You’ll find around 80 stalls on a closed street in one of the Adelaide Hills’ prettiest towns.

You’ll love market shopping in the Adelaide Hills.

Regional Markets

The Limestone Coast Farmers’ Market matches renowned regional wines like Coonawarra reds with fresh local produce such as herbs and spices, jams, chocolates, fudges, smoked fish and small goods.

The Riverland Farmers’ Market at Berri on Saturdays sells beautiful fresh fruit. Buy some great wines, small goods and condiments and make a feast of it.

Heading to the Barossa wine country for the weekend? Check out the Barossa Farmers’ Market at Angaston each Saturday. Hear the real stories behind traditional delicacies, like wood-oven breads, cured meats and olive oils.

One thing you will find that all these markets have in common is fresh produce and artisan products.

Add a market visit to your South Australian must-do list.

Vintage, Craft and Fashion Markets

If you love fashion don’t miss the Gilles Street Market in the city. It is held on a Sunday, once or twice each month. The market features vibrant designer samples, vintage clothing, jewelry and accessories.

The local tip: get in early, as this market gets very busy!

Other pop-up markets are held seasonally throughout the year, such as Bowerbird Bazaar and That Dapper Market.

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