Where the foodies shop

Markets filled to the brim with fresh and local produce, meats, and cheeses make our state the perfect shopping destination for foodies.

Adelaide Central Market, Adelaide

Did you know Adelaide is home to one of the largest undercover fresh produce markets in the Southern Hemisphere? That’s right! The Adelaide Central Market is home to 70 traders under the one roof with fresh fruit and vegetables, baked goods, meats, seafood, cheeses and more, all offering a diverse and exciting shopping experience. It’s the perfect place to do your weekly shop or to stock up on impressive treats for a dinner party with new friends. Stop for a spot of lunch during your shopping trip at some of Adelaide’s tastiest cafés and restaurants. Please do keep in mind, the market isn’t open on Sundays and Mondays.

Adelaide Farmers’ Market, ADELAIDE SHOWGROUND

Every Sunday, the Adelaide Farmers’ Market pops up at the Adelaide Showground with seasonal produce, fresh pastries and flowers, locally crafted artisan gifts, and more. Foodies flock there weekly to buy from their regular vendors, which include the rainbow bagel-making Barossa Bagels, fresh and local Coffin Bay Premium Oysters, craft gin favourite Ginny Pig Distillery, plant-based cheese connoisseurs Eating Kindly, the much-loved Fleurieu Milk, and dozens more.

Willunga Farmers Market

Experience life in the country and mingle with local farmers at the Willunga Farmers Market.

Only a short 45-minute drive from Adelaide’s CBD, enjoy SA’s premier locally grown produce. The market operates all year round so you’ll never miss a chance to get up there for a Saturday morning drive. The choices of local produce are abundant, from a variety of fruit and vegetables to locally brewed beer.