|Let them eat cake? Not when the bread is as fresh as this.|
Originally known as the City Market, the facility was officially named the Central Market in August 1965, and continues to offer almost every variety of fresh fruit and vegetable available in South Australia.
|The world comes to shop at the market.|
|Hot nuts! Once you start eating them, you can't stop.|
Several tour operators offer tours of the Central Market. For more information on tours of the Market, visit Top Food & Wine Tours…
|If it is available fresh, you will almost certainly find it at the market.|
|Processed meats to go.|
A wide range of events and activities are scheduled each week at the market. Some traders offer product samples in ‘try before you buy’ promotions, while others present short classes, and product/produce demonstrations each week.
|Ice on Mt. Brocoli.|
|How many varieties of Mettwurst can there possibly be? Ask here.|
Mark Gleeson conducts Central Market Tours that provide participants with an exclusive experience interacting with suppliers, producers and retailers of South Australia’s vibrant food industry.
|Watermelons by the ton.|
|Mid-eastern spices and processed foods.|
More than 80 stalls offer a wide range of fresh and processed meats, cheese, seafood, nuts, confectionary, coffee and other specialty foods. And of course, let’s not overlook the bakeries, patisseries, and numerous cafés and restaurants.
|There is always time for coffee and cake.|
Tuesday: 7am - 5.30pm
Wednesday: 9am - 5.30pm*
Thursday: 9am - 5.30pm
Friday: 7am - 9pm
Saturday: 7am - 3pm
*Optional trading day, not all stalls open
Closed Public Holidays
Here is a brief video of footage I shot during a visit to the Adelaide Central Market: