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Farmers Markets of South Australia

The Farmers Markets of South Australia are incredible. Keep your weekend mornings free, because this exploring South Australia’s farmers’ markets is a foodie’s delight and a great experience for all!

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Farmers Markets of South Australia

The Farmers Markets of South Australia are incredible. Keep your weekend mornings free, because this exploring South Australia’s farmers’ markets is a foodie’s delight and a great experience for all!

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Farmers Markets of South Australia

The Farmers Markets of South Australia are incredible. Keep your weekend mornings free, because this exploring South Australia’s farmers’ markets is a foodie’s delight and a great experience for all!

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Despite the pandemic, social distancing practices mean you can still safely explore these delightful and tantalising Farmers Markets provided you stick to the recommended guidelines. All farmers’ markets are committed to the continued operation of COVID SAFE  guidelines to support the livelihoods of farmers and food artisans, and shoppers’ health and access to fresh food.

A Farmer Market is a predominantly fresh food market that operates regularly within a community, at a focal public location that provides a suitable environment for farmers and specialty food producers to sell farm-origin and associated value-added specialty foods for human consumption, and plant products, directly to customers.

The Australian Farmers’ Market Association (AFMA)

Customers can expect to buy produce direct from the person who grew it, reared it, caught it, harvested it, made it or produced it here in South Australia (the primary producers). You’ll find the best of South Australian produce without wholesalers or middlemen. Individuals farms are inspected and approved before they are permitted to join the AFMA.

Adelaide Showground Farmers’ Market

One of the best markets in the country, you’ll lose yourself in a tapestry of local stalls selling absolutely everything, from books to artwork and sculpture to trinkets and massages, and of course a fantastic array of beautiful local produce and culinary delights.

At the sprawling Adelaide Showground Farmers Market, the largest of its kind in South Australia, customers have access to everything from homegrown produce to preserves, pastries, cheeses, meat and bread. Produce is grown locally for the market, which offers everything from bags of organic lettuce leaves to just-picked heritage apples and produce pickled, smoked or processed

Barossa Farmers Market

You’ll find the Barossa Farmers Market on the corner of Stockwell and Angaston Roads Angaston on Saturdays from 7.30am to 11.30am. It’s a stop for everything that’s best about the Barossa. It offers a unique culinary experience where you can meet with the creative food producers, and farmers and who make the products they sell. Set in the historic Yalumba Vintners Shed, the market is surrounded by vineyards outside, features heritage barrels inside, and is full of amazing Barossa food.

Beautiful produce from the homes and farms of the Barossa, incredible Italian pastries, small-batch cheeses, balsamico, delicious buttery fudge, oils, pickles, preserves and more. Handmade with love, make sure you try the egg noodles and the freshly baked sourdough bread. Enjoy a bustling, yet cosy market where the locals come to shop, chat and catch up and visitors are always welcomed by a warm country atmosphere.

Barossa Farmers Market

Adelaide Hills Farmers Market

At Mount Barker, there is a fantastic array of produce on offer every Saturday from 8:30 am to 12:30 pm. The Adelaide Hills Farmers Market was set up in 2010 to support local producers who specialise in authentic, regional, fresh and seasonal produce. Amid the selection of 25 stalls are quality purveyors such as Bald Hills Olive Grove, The Coffee Pedlar, Ashbourne Valley Orchards and Bull Creek Bakery.

This market is known for it’s focus on seasonal produce, year-round you’ll find fruits and vegetables fresh as can be but also everything from olive oil to fresh fish and meats. Make sure you keep an eye out for local chefs conducting cooking demos. It’s a great, well-run market that is big on seasonality. If you still have the energy, you can visit the Mount Lofty Summit on the journey back to Adelaide and enjoy some spectacular views.

Willunga Farmers Market

The buzzing action of the Willunga Farmers Market happens in the town square of this picturesque community, Saturdays from 8am-12.30pm. Bump shoulders with locals, down to earth families from the hills, Adelaide day trippers and food tourists as everyone digs into the fresh goodies.

Take advantage of the beautiful surrounds and explore the picturesque village while you’re at it, perhaps with a picnic hamper full of fresh delights! Nothing beats wading through trestle tables piled high with pyramids of fresh produce, such as garlic, avocados, grapes and figs and an astonishing array of apples. South Australia is heaven for fresh produce and this market has been going strong since 2001.

Mount Pleasant Farmers Market

Mount Pleasant Farmers Market showcases the who’s who in the vicinity including Udder DelightsOtherwood Orchards and The Berry Farm. Open saturdays from 8:00am to 12:00pm the Mount Pleasant Farmers Market is bustling with locals, all in the know and who are seemingly on the hunt for the latest food trend.

As it’s just a short drive from the Barossa, Adelaide Hills, Murraylands and Mount Pleasant, it’s a popular pit stop for epicurean adventurers. You can’t beat a pumpkin and feta quiche, beautiful kalamata olives or wonderful smoked fish. Whatever you’re in the mood for you’ll find it in Mount Pleasant Farmers Market.

Mount Pleasant Farmers Market

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