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Harvest Hubs The Best Farmers’ Markets in Adelaide

Harvest Hubs: The Best Farmers’ Markets in Adelaide

If you’re tired of the mundane supermarket shuffle, it might be time to give Adelaide farmers’ markets a whirl. These bustling shopping hubs, from Adelaide Barossa Farmers’ Market to Willunga Farmers Market, are brimming with local goodness.

These markets aren’t just about the goods too. They’re also buzzing communities where growers, makers, and food enthusiasts mingle and share their stories.

So, if you’re eager to immerse yourself in a tapestry of flavors and unique finds, this article is your key!

The People’s Market at Hart’s Mill

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Address: 45 St Vincent St, Port Adelaide, SA 5015

Operating Hours: 

  • Mon to Thu – Closed
  • Fri to Sun – 10 am to 4 pm


Tucked away in the quiet corners of St Vincent St, The People’s Market at Hart’s Mill is a haven for all things fresh and local. The best part is that prices here won’t break the bank.

This spot has the goods, from a colorful array of plants to a delightful selection of meats, veggies, pastries, and bread. It also has a rustic setup with funky touches, while live music from local artists makes shopping more enjoyable.

Furthermore, vendors are friendly and supportive, often organizing workshops centered on cultivating and maintaining products such as vegetables and fruits. You can stay updated on upcoming events by visiting their Facebook page.

The market has a hot weather policy, so you should visit their website for updates. 

If the temperature hits 36°C (96.8°F), they usually close at 2 pm. However, if it reaches 40°C (104°F) or higher, they’ll close at noon.

Adelaide Showgrounds Farmers’ Market

Address: Rose Terrace, Wayville, SA 5034

Contact Details: (08) 8231 8155

Operating Hours: Sun only –  9 am to 1 pm


The Adelaide Showgrounds Farmers’ Market is a shopper’s dream, stocking up on everything from animal treats to luscious baked goods, aromatic coffee, and even dairy-free delights.

You can also score fruits, veggies, gluten-free goodies, and an impressive range of locally sourced products, from vegan cheeses to craft beer and homemade wine. If your tummy rumbles, there are several snack options, but our fave are pizza and pasta.

Stallholders also don’t just peddle their wares; they dish out recipes for drool-worthy indulgences like carrot cake and quark cheesecake. You can expect weekly cooking lessons, too!

You can bring your dogs here. They have a pooch park for your four-legged pals!

Visiting during an event is more fun, as you’ll be getting perks like discounts and special products. They also hold family-friendly affairs, such as Christmas games and art activities.

Farmer Joe’s Fresh Food Barn

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Address:31 Quebec St, Port Adelaide, SA 5015

Contact Details: 0439 928 497

Operating Hours:  Daily – 8 am to 6 pm


From succulent fruit to crisp veggies and everything in between, Farmer’s Joe’s Fresh Food Barn has the goods. They also have kitchen essentials—dairy, olive oil, spices, you name it.

And if you’re a coffee enthusiast, their Italian blend beans are the real deal! Moreover, Farmer Joe’s is a go-to place for unique gifts, boasting a section with quirky mugs and charming home decor that’ll add some pizzazz to your space.

Every week, from Wednesday to Sunday, they roll out a killer lineup of discounted products. You can see their current and upcoming offers on their Facebook page.

Barossa Farmers’ Market

Address: Vintners Sheds, corner of Nuriootpa & Stockwell Rds, Angaston, SA 5353

Contact Details: 0402 026 882

Operating Hours: Sat only – 7.30 am to 11.30 am


For high-energy consumers who love a hustling and bustling shopping spot, Barossa Farmers’ Market is where it’s at. 

Here, variety reigns supreme—homegrown veggies, local and foreign fruits, aromatic spices, divine coffee, tempting fudge, and more. The brekky offerings are also top-tier, with the herby artisanal foccacia and the mildly fruity ciabatta as the hits.

Don’t forget to swing by the indoor section, where local and specialty products like gin, gyoza, teas, and potted plants are sold. You should expect toe-tapping entertainment, too, whether it’s a jazz band or a solo busker.

The market is super busy around 9 am until its closing time. Get there as the market opens or slightly before to beat the crowds and secure the finest picks.

We don’t suggest shopping here when it’s raining or extremely hot. The outside seating isn’t shaded, while the indoors can get crowded.

Mount Pleasant Farmers Market

Address: Mount Pleasant Showgrounds, 132 Melrose Street Talunga Park, Mount Pleasant, SA 5235

Contact Details: 0418 301 121

Operating Hours: Sat only 8 am to 12 pm


Drawing from the Adelaide Hills, Barossa, and Murraylands, Mount Pleasant Farmers Market is a hotspot for an incredible array of grub sourced from independent family farms and local producers.

They have a kickass lineup of goodies,  from free-range chicken and eggs, grass-fed beef, artisanal small goods, Spencer Gulf seafood, and more—it’s a smorgasbord of flavors.

Once you have bought your handcrafted bread or decadent cakes, head to the wisteria atrium—a few steps from the heritage market hall. This refreshing and breezy dining spot is perfect for a chill brekky or brunch.

Remember to visit during an event for special deals and activities, like carefully curated products and twilight markets.

If you want discounts, exclusive offers, shopping freebies, and more perks, apply for a membership.

Victor Harbor Farmers Market

Address: Grosvenor Gardens, Torrens St, Victor Harbor, SA 5211

Contact Details: 0438 858 667

Operating Hours: Sat only – 8 am to 12:30 pm


The small but awesome Victor Harbor Farmers Market proves that great things often come in small packages. They have essential goods like remarkable seafood, primo meats, fresh fruits, and local veggies.

Artisanal stalls also line the market, adding more colors to the greenery. Our go-to is Anna’s Homestyle Baking for next-level treats, like cakes and biscuits, and Chocolique for handcrafted Belgian couverture chocolate with local dairy and spices.

You can bring your dogs, but ensure they’re leashed.

Shop with your kids. The market has interactive, kid-friendly activities, like gardening lessons and outdoor games.

Brighton Sunday Market

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Address: 305 Brighton Rd, North Brighton, SA 5048

Contact Details: 0438 858 667

Operating Hours: 2nd and 4th Sun of the month


Nestled in a lush, open-air spot, Brighton Sunday Market is your ticket to Brighton’s regional and handcrafted delicacies.

This market isn’t just big—it’s colossal, blending an array of fresh fruits, veggies, and food carts dishing out mouthwatering delights. There are also stalls teeming with local arts, crafts, antiques, and collectibles that’ll make any collector’s eyes sparkle.

It’s also organized, so shopping is a breeze despite the market’s size.

For convenient parking at the school grounds, a fee of $2 is applicable, while free disability parking is provided for vehicles with valid permits.

While street parking is an option, please be aware that the City of Holdfast Bay council consistently enforces their posted restrictions.

Dogs are also allowed as long as they’re leashed.

Gilles at the Grounds

Address: South Blvd, Wayville, SA 5034

Contact Details: 0414 356 375


Gilles at the Grounds, the revamped version of the Gilles Street Market, has been the go-to spot for fashionistas and design enthusiasts in Adelaide since ‘08. Tempting food, diverse stalls, invigorating live tunes, and grassy areas also await here.

The most famous products are trendy vintage and modern clothes (or a fusion of both), flowers, crafts like dangling earrings and scented candles, and knick-knacks, such as quirky trinkets and decorative figurines.

Gilles at the Grounds’ extraordinary meals will also please foodies. We always go for their mouthwatering souffle pancakes with Oreos, modern woodfired pizza, and Asian-Aussie spring rolls.

Visit the market’s website before visiting because their schedule varies monthly.

Parking in Car Park 1 and Car Park 2 on Leader Street offers the first 30 minutes free. Stay between 30 minutes and 2 hours for $5 or over 2 hours for $11.

Willunga Farmers Market

Address: Willunga Town Square, Willunga, SA 5172

Contact Details: (08) 8556 4297

Operating Hours: Sat only – 8 am to 12:30 pm


At Willunga Farmers Market, it’s all about soaking up the outdoors while munching on top-notch, locally-grown goodies.

When it comes to offerings, this market doesn’t mess around—think of a rainbow array of fruits and veggies, dairy, meats, seafood, and poultry that scream quality and freshness.

The stalls here also specialize in fermented foods gluten-free treats, pantry staples, and even pet food. Plus, it’s on school grounds, so there’s an expansive playground for the kiddos.

Despite being an outdoor market, dogs aren’t allowed here.

Become a member to enjoy a 10% discount. This perk applies to all the market’s stalls.

Mount Gambier Farmers Market

Address: Watson Terrace, Mount Gambier, SA 5290

Operating Hours: Sat only – 9 am to 12


The Mount Gambier Farmers Market is one of our Saturday morning hotspots, perched right in the heart of Mount Gambier at the Cave Gardens. This one is open no matter the weather, but the downside is it’s smaller compared to other markets on this list.

Here, you’ll find everything from luscious farm-fresh honey and veggies to lip-smacking baked treats, aromatic coffee that’ll give you that morning boost, and even a riot of colorful flowers to brighten your day.

We love the Delicious Scrolls from the Scroll Queen that’ll tempt even the fresh strawberries that always sell like hotcakes.

Don’t leave your pupper at home. The market is dog-friendly!

Murray Bridge Farmers’ Market

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Address: Local Government Center, Mary Terrace, Murray Bridge, SA 5253

Contact Details: (08) 8531 2888

Operating Hours: Sat only – 8 am to 12:30 pm


The Murray Bridge Farmers’ Market isn’t just your ordinary place to grab 100% organic and farm-grown fruits, veggies, and meat; it’s a buzzing spot with fun events that draw locals and tourists alike.

They spice things up by hosting a bunch of cool events throughout the year. From pie baking contests where your grandma’s secret pie recipe could win you two plane tickets to a country of your choice!

Furthermore, there are music contests featuring local bands, classes on making jellies, and even garden tips to keep those pesky weeds in check!

Take advantage of the free samples offered here. It’s a great way to discover new flavors and products while interacting with vendors.

Kingscote Markets

Address: 6/10 Kingscote Terrace, Kingscote, SA 5223

Operating Hours: 2nd and 4th Sun of the month – 10 am to 1 pm


Kingscote Markets’ stunning seaside scenery is a plus for us. It might be on the smaller side, but hey, the market offers a unique mix of fresh fruits, veggies, seafood, meats, and local creations, like artisanal bread and coffee.

In addition, you can stumble upon stalls filled with fruit preserves that pack a punch, prints that capture the essence of the area, and industrial metal artwork that adds a quirky touch!

Given the beachside location, be prepared with adequate sun protection. Bring sunscreen, hats, and sunglasses, and consider dressing in light, breathable clothing.

If you have extra time, bring a picnic blanket and enjoy the market’s treats while relaxing on the beach. You’ll get to see pelicans and, if you’re lucky, seals taking breathers by the seawall!

Wirrabara Producers Market

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Address: High St, opposite the pub, Wirrabara, SA 5481

Contact Details: 0428 827 774

Operating Hours: 3rd Sun of the month and Easter Sun – 8.30 am to 12 pm


At the Wirrabara Producers Market, it’s all about the local flair and community spirit. This not-for-profit gem brings together the southern Flinders Ranges’ finest goodies right to your fingertips.

They have fresh seasonal produce, homemade preserves, arts and crafts, and we can’t forget the sizzling breakfasts they serve.

Moreover, it’s a stone’s throw away from fantastic attractions like Wongabirrie Park, Wirrabara Playground, Wirrabara Arboretum, and the Rocky River—making it a perfect pit stop for a family outing. 

For those planning to be a stallholder, you’ll get all the details you need here.
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