Adelaide Central Market Introduces Sunday Trading • Glam Adelaide

Adelaide Central Market Introduces Sunday Trading

Whilst Sunday trading is not compulsory, several stallholders have confirmed they will be open for business when the trial commences.

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The Adelaide Central Market will introduce a voluntary Sunday trading trial, offering customers more time to shop on the weekend. 

Whilst Sunday trading is not compulsory, several stallholders have confirmed they will be open for business when the trial commences.

A selection of produce will be available from all trader categories, with Market-goers able to purchase fresh fruit and veg, meat, bread, specialty goods, and cheese. A number of eateries will also be open. 

The ‘first hour free’ parking offer is set to be extended to Sundays, and a program of free family entertainment and live music will be on offer from 9:00am – 12:00pm every Sunday until the end of May. 

The Sunday trading trial will begin on Sunday, March 22, with the Market opening from 8:00am – 3:00pm.

Traders confirmed for the voluntary Sunday trading trial:

  • Marino Meat and Food Store
  • Zuma Caffe
  • Photoco Camera House
  • Barossa Fine Foods
  • Charlesworth Nuts
  • The Kangaroo Island Stall
  • Con’s Fine Foods
  • The Old Lolly Shop
  • House of Organics
  • Rommy’s Market Garden
  • The Smelly Cheese Shop
  • Les Deux Coqs
  • Real Falafel
  • The Turkish Delight Mediterranean Sweetery
  • Standom Smallgoods
  • Le Souk
  • Simply Sarj
  • Fred McMahon’s
  • The Market Bread Bar
  • The Coffee Bean Shop
  • Teaser
  • M&M’s Fruit Mart

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