When you find yourself in Adelaide, don’t miss the local markets! Immerse yourself in a delightful array of sights, sounds, and aromas. Whether you’re a foodie looking to indulge in delectable treats or a treasure hunter in search of unique souvenirs, the markets in Adelaide have something for everyone. Savor the mouthwatering delights from local vendors, from freshly baked pastries to exotic cuisines that tantalize your taste buds. Don’t forget to explore the diverse range of stalls offering one-of-a-kind items that will serve as cherished mementos of your journey. A visit to the markets from your stay at Levi is sure to leave you with fond memories and a desire to return for more!

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Adelaide Central Markets

44-60 Gouger St Adelaide SA 5000


Open Hours (Please check the website for updates)
Tuesday 7.00am – 5.30pm
Wednesday 9.00am – 5.30pm
Thursday 9.00am – 5.30pm
Friday 7.00am – 9.00pm
Saturday 7.00am – 3.00pm

Nestled at the heart of the Adelaide CBD, the Adelaide Central Market is a bustling hub of culinary delights that beckons visitors from all corners of the city. Accessible by tram, bus, car, bike, or on foot, this market offers unbeatable convenience for all. With over 70 traders under it’s roof, it stands as one of the largest undercover fresh produce markets in the southern hemisphere. From succulent fruits and vegetables to prime cuts of meat and poultry, delectable seafood to a plethora of cheeses, bakery goods, smallgoods, and health foods – the Adelaide Central Market presents a paradise for food enthusiasts. The market houses some of Adelaide’s most popular cafes and eateries, where one can indulge in delectable treats amidst the vibrant atmosphere. Garnering millions of visitors annually, the Adelaide Central Market has firmly established itself as the city’s premier destination for multicultural cuisine and the freshest produce, making it an essential stop for locals and tourists seeking an authentic culinary experience.

Photo via https://adelaidefarmersmarket.com.au/

Adelaide Farmer’s Market

Adelaide Showground
Rose Terrace
Wayville SA 5034


Every Sunday
8.30am -12.30pm

Adelaide Farmer’s Market takes great pride in providing a sustainable platform for South Australian farmers to directly connect with the community and showcase their fresh, seasonal produce. Emphasizing the significance of supporting local producers, their mission revolves around promoting the manufacturing of South Australian primary produce while fostering a deeper understanding of fresh food production and its integral relationship with a healthy environment. They provide an authentic and enriching experience to visitors, enabling them to forge meaningful connections with the dedicated local producers. The food available at the market is a true labor of love, produced by the very hands that sell it, infusing every bite with passion and dedication. Witness a flourishing community built upon the principles of sustainability, local support, and healthy living.

Plant 4 Bowden

5 Third St, Bowden SA 5008


Monday Closed
Tuesday 9 am–9 pm
Wednesday 9 am–9 pm
Thursday 9 am–9 pm
Friday 9 am–9 pm
Saturday 9 am–3 pm
Sunday 9 am–3 pm

Out on the outskirts of Adelaide’s CBD is the Plant 4 Bowden market. It’s family run and all about creating a thriving community and being eco-friendly. The Plant 4 Bar boasts an impressive selection of beer, wine, and spirits, meticulously crafted right here in Adelaide and the surrounding regions.

Plus, they’ve even earned a 5 Star Green Rating for their eco efforts! It’s surrounded by greenery and Bowden Park, and they’ve got plenty of indoor and outdoor seating for a relaxing time. So, if you’re looking for good food, good times, and a place that supports the local community, definitely check out Plant 4 Bowden and see how it’s making a positive impact in South Australia!

Photo via Brighton Sunday Market Facebook

Brighton Sunday Market

Every Second Sunday
Brighton Sunday Market,
305 Brighton Rd, North Brighton SA 5048, Australia


Brighton Sunday Market is a haven for those with a passion for fresh produce, bric-a-brac, and collectibles. Every second Sunday, this expansive open-air market promises a delightful fusion of tantalizing food carts and snack bars alongside a treasure trove of local arts, crafts, antiques, and collectables. With an eclectic array of vendors, you can find just about anything your heart desires. Brighton Sunday Market also serves a greater purpose as a not-for-profit organization supporting students pursuing their musical studies. So, as you wander through the bustling stalls, you not only indulge in a remarkable shopping experience but also contribute to the nurturing of young musical talents. Brighton Sunday Market is all about community and the joy of giving, making it an absolute must-visit for both locals and tourists alike.

On top of these great choices, be sure to also check out the other markets in Adelaide, including: Gilles at the Grounds, Stirling Market, Torrens Island Market.

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