Adelaide Hills has markets selling fresh, mouth-watering produce every weekend. Fruit, vegetables, art, craft and wine. Find out more today.
The smells are irresistible and the sounds unmistakable
Trestle tables overflow with fresh produce, buckets burst with cut flowers and espresso machines work overtime.
Every weekend somewhere in the Adelaide Hills, the cars move out and the producers and farmers move in. There are food tastings, music and a sumptuous selection of farm-fresh and handcrafted produce.
Take some time out; taste the best of South Australia at Adelaide Hills' weekend markets.
Take a culinary journey
Enjoy freshly baked bread, the purest extra virgin olive oil, smallgoods, herbs and nuts. Of course there’s plenty of wine, cheese and meat. Some of the markets are food only, while at others you can buy arts and crafts.
The award-winning Stirling Market has around 80 stalls and is held each month in conjunction with local businesses. The street is closed, so you can enjoy the village ambience of one of the Adelaide Hills’ prettiest towns.
It’s all local
At an Adelaide Hills market, the emphasis is on “local”, with food sourced from around the region. At the Adelaide Hills Farmers Market in Mount Barker, produce is seasonal and not genetically modified. The market aims to make food buying an enjoyable experience. With the whole community involved, that’s exactly what it does.
Everyday grocery shopping
Mount Barker, Stirling and Hahndorf are the Adelaide Hills' three major shopping precincts. Mount Barker is already one of Australia’s fastest growing regional centres.
There are all the big name brands you see in cities but without the parking hassles. Throw in the unique Adelaide Hills charm, roadside stalls, antique shops, small arts and crafts galleries and you’ve got the perfect mix.