The Central Market has over 80 stalls and is South Australia's most visited tourist attraction. The Adelaide Central Market remains the food Mecca for multicultural cuisine and fresh produce. The Central Market trades largely in fruit, vegetables, small goods, and café food and is divided into a colourful array of lanes and broadways. The Central Market today remains “the Heart of Adelaide”.

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The Market Shed on Holland offers a select group of stall holders who show real excitement about sharing their passion and skills. Think quality, innovation, education and above all fun - The Market Shed offers handmade and seasonally picked produce,  with a keen focus is on certified organic, sustainable and local products. Open Sundays 9.00am - 3.00pm.

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Held every Sunday from 9.00am-1.00pm the Showgrounds Farmers Market is made up of South Australian producers incorporating vegetable growers, dairy farmers, orchardists, livestock producers, fishers, cheese-makers, bakers, cooks etc...  Browse the stalls to view a wide range of SA produce and don't forget to check out the kids club which commences at 10.00am every Sunday.

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Take a trip up to Lobethal in the Adelaide Hills to learn the secrets and enjoy the flavours of the Hills Market Kitchen.  Renowned South Australian chefs and local winemakers incorporate regional produce into the ultimate food affair.  Located in the Old Woollen Mill and open every Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays 10am-4pm.

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The Willunga Farmers Market was the first farmers market to be established in South Australia and is now considered one of the best. 'Meet the grower and taste the region’ is the theme for this market, held every Saturday in Willunga Town Square. With more than 55 stalls selling fresh primary produce from regional farms and Fleurieu Peninsula products shoppers experience a diverse variety, showcasing all that is fresh and seasonal. Every Saturday 8am-12.30pm.

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The Stirling Market is a monthly, award winning market with around 80 stalls, which make, bake, grow or value add to the products sold. It is a street closure market, held in co-operation with local businesses. An attractive setting provides an ambience enjoyed by the whole of the main village of Stirling. Monies raised from the stallholders are used to provide assistance to local groups and charities.  Held on the 4th Sunday of each month 10am-4pm, on Druids Avenue, Stirling.


Held each Saturday morning in the Vintners Sheds near Angaston, you'll find an array of food produced and grown in the Barossa Valley. More than 30 local food producers offer the freshest of homegrown produce, from fruit and vegetables to meat, poultry and free-range eggs, along with a huge variety of preserves, smallgoods, bread and other products. Open every Saturday morning from 7.30 to 11.30am.

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London has its Portobello Road markets, Sydney has Paddington and now Adelaide has its own vibrant fashion and design market. Gilles St Market is held on the third Sunday of every month at Gilles Street Primary School in the city. A colourful selection of stalls sells designer samples, young designers’ fashions, clearance stock, preloved fashion, shoes, jewellery and accessories.

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The Fullarton Market is a great community market showcasing local SA Businesses. There is a large range of stalls including; fruit & veg, plants, fresh eggs, homemade cakes & sweets, coffee van, crafts, dog treats and more. Great atmosphere with plenty of seating to enjoy a coffee and cake while exploring what the market has to offer. 

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Not your typical market set-up, this pop-up retail concept is thoroughly unique, and overflowing with gorgeous product from designers, artists, makers, crafts people and artisan food producers from around Australia.  Comprising food, fashion, jewellery, craft and much more this is one event not to be missed. The Magnolia Square Market visits Adelaide once a year and is located at Norwood Town Hall, visit their website for dates.

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Every Sunday, next to the lighthouse in Port Adelaide, 150 stallholders offer everything from CDs, craft, and antiques to collectibles. The market is open Sundays and public holiday Mondays, 9am to 5 pm and is an annual event not to be missed!

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The Adelaide Hills Farmers Market is held in Mt Barker every Saturday morning and specialises in authentic, regional, fresh and seasonal produce. With over 25 stalls operating each week, you are bound to find some of the Adelaide Hill's finest produce. The ADFM does not allow the selling of goods that are genetically modified, are out of season, travel significantly or have been bought for re-sale, ensuring the finest products are available.

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Uraidla Hills Producers Market operates on the first and third of every Sunday each month from 10am-3pm and is known for specialising in fresh produce, plants and crafts. Located a short drive from the city of Adelaide in the Uraidla Institute Building, Greenhill Road, the markets offer seasonal fruit and vegetables that the region is well-known for.

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The Meadows Market is held monthly and provides the opportunity to purchase a wide variety of local produce including vegetables, fruit, jams, honey, eggs, plants,  books, crafts and collectables. With many options for lunch or snacks and proceeds assisting the maintenance of the Meadows Hall, the markets are bound to provide something for everyone.

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The Hahndorf Craft and Produce market is held on the fourth Saturday of each month and provides a range of stalls both indoors and outdoors. Produce ranges from fruit and vegetables, local honey, homemade cakes, jams, pickles, new and used collectables, books, gifts, plants, a variety of handicrafts and fresh Coorong Mullet (in season.) Located in the St Michael's church, the markets are just a short drive from the centre of Adelaide, and provide a wide variety of incentives to visit.

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