There is now a one-stop-shop for South Australian produce!
Introducing Southern Providore, a unique sensory experience informed by
the South Australian region, culture, and craft.
Located prominently within the main departures area of the domestic terminal, Southern Providore showcases a range of coffee, tea, condiments, cheeses, wines, liquor, chocolates, confectionery, health and beauty and gifting products from over 36 South Australian brands.
Some brand highlights include Jurlique, Taylor’s Wines, 23rd Street, Prancing Pony, Robern Menz, Sam’s Popcorn, Maine Beach, Beerenberg and Chocolate No.5, amongst so many others.
The store also features an area dedicated to producers from Kangaroo Island, a community still recovering from 2019’s devastating bushfires, which includes Kangaroo Island Spirits and KI Living Honey to name just a few.
The store also features a boutique tasting café serving Cirelli Coffee, a local boutique coffee roaster, pastries by Market Street, small plates of local fare, and a changing range of local wines, beers and spirits by the glass.
The store offers its guests an elevated shopping experience. Travellers coming through the store will get to know the stories and the people behind the products and the menu, through live tastings at the central “Grand Table” and QR codes placed throughout the store that link through to the Southern Providore website in a seamless experience that blends tasting, learning, and shopping.
Southern Providore opens thanks to Lagardere Travel Retail.
Lagardere Travel Retail is proud to announce a partnership with Red Centre Enterprises as part of opening of Southern Providore. In developing this celebration of South Australia, it was critically important to ensure we were appropriately supporting, engaging, and acknowledging the people of the Kaurna nation, the traditional owners of the land Adelaide Airport sits on.
Through Red Centre Enterprises, Lagardere Travel Retail have been able to engage directly with First Nations’ producers and support those communities with sustainable economic and business opportunities. The store and website also prominently feature acknowledgement of country as part of the design and was officially opened with a traditional Welcome to Country.
This partnership is the first step in a broader journey the business is taking towards more meaningful, respectful, and reconciliatory engagement with first nations people across the Pacific.
For those unable to visit Adelaide Airport, or who want to come back for more, the Southern Providore website will soon offer online shopping with options for both click and collect and delivery options.