Your guide to Adelaide’s market scene

From fashion to farmers markets, twilight, beach, community, laneway markets and more, this guide has the lot!

If you’re looking for unique ways to spend your weekend in Adelaide, you can’t go past one of Adelaide’s fabulous markets.

From food to fashion, bric-a-brac and crafts, antiques and home-wares, there’s one to suit everyone. The problem is often which one to pick! Here at Glam we’ve popped them all in to nice easy categories for you to make the selection that much simpler.

Given the crazy Covid year we’re all having, please check with each market before you attend, to ensure restrictions haven’t changed, or the market hasn’t been cancelled or postponed. It’s also a recommended to wear a mask when attending markets, shopping centres, public transport or other areas where distancing might not be possible.

On Trend and Modern Markets

Bowerbird Design Market

These markets bring together a curated selection of products from 200+ Australian creatives. Make a day of it with friends and family and enjoy creative workshops, delicious artisan-made food, beverages and live entertainment. You’ll find something for everyone including artwork, homewares, stationery, lighting, skincare, clothing & accessories for adults and kids, all in a relaxed and beautiful setting. Meet the talented Australian designers and makers from around the country, share their passion and stories and enjoy a great day out.

When: 7-9 May, Fri 4pm–9pm / Sat & Sun 10am–5pm
$5.50 door entry | children free (12 and under)
Where: The Adelaide Showgrounds, Goodwood Rd, Wayville.

Gilles at the Grounds

A great fashion market in Adelaide. A combination of new and pre-loved clothing. New and young designers bring their little known apparel to be sold next to second hand designer and popular brands. They also have accessories, modern home-wares and food and drink too!

When: Sunday, Feb 28, Mar 21, April 11, May 2, May 23, June 20, 9:30am – 3:30pm
Where: Adelaide Showgrounds at The Brick Dairy. South Boulevard. Enter via the Leader Street Showgrounds Entrance off Goodwood Road.

Round She Goes Market

If you’re a bit of a vintage or retro enthusiast, then this market is the one for you. It’s full of great second-hand bargains. They also have accessories and jewellery from many different local stallholders. This year the market dates have been cancelled due to COVID-19, however, sign up on their website to be notified of when they’ll be returning.

Stirling Laneways

This event brings a fresh outlook to monthly market Sundays. Meandering through laneways and side-streets. There’s pop up stalls, local produce and live entertainment. There’s a different theme at each market.

When: The next Stirling Laneway market will be held, Sunday, February 28 from 9 am-3pm.
Where: Stirling Laneways is located in the pedestrian laneways and spaces which stem directly from the main street (Mt Barker Road), Stirling.

Future dates:

February 28: #RedRedReady

March 28: #AutumnOrange

April 25 [Season Finale – Autumn]: #ColourParty

Boho Luxe Market

Boho Luxe Markets are bringing their gorgeous sustainable market to the Adelaide Showground in 2021. Originally scheduled for October 2020, the markets have now been moved to May 14-16 2021 due to Covid restrictions. Bringing along their staples features of glamping, sustainable fashion, artworks, homewares, skincare, and vegan options in a bohemian wedding setting. Expect stunning, beachy, earthy and ethical brands, that reflect the Boho Luxe Markets’ ethos of sustainable shopping. Local Australian designers, creatives and artists, will fill the market to the brim with over 200 stalls. Creative workshops and free massages will also be available on the day.

When: 14-16 May 2021
$5 door entry | children free (12 and under)
Where: The Adelaide Showgrounds, Goodwood Rd, Wayville.

Food and Produce Markets

Adelaide Central Markets

Food markets that are packed to the rafters with every possible type of food you could need or even imagine! A vibrant and bustling market place filled with sounds, smells and atmosphere. If you’re hungry for a meal try eating at The Big Table. Or just nibble on the produce you’ve purchased as you go.

OPENING HOURS Tuesday: 7:00 am – 5:30 pm, Wednesday: 9:00 am – 5:30 pm, Thursday: 9:00 am – 5:30 pm, Friday: 7:00 am – 9:00 pm, Saturday: 7:00 am – 3:00 pm. CLOSED Sunday & Monday.
Where: 44-60 Gouger Street, Adelaide SA 5000

Adelaide Farmers Market

Along with great fresh local produce that goes beyond just your standard fruit and veg, this market also has a ‘Market Kitchen’ where chefs use the produce from the market and teach you how to create delicious dishes. It’s an excellent vibrant environment and a fabulous way to spend a lazy Sunday.

Where: Adelaide Showgrounds, Goodwood Rd, Wayville
When: Sunday 8:30am-12:30pm

Barossa Farmers Market

They have all kinds of local produce from your traditional fruit and veg to confectionary, meats, oils, pickles, preserves and much more! They even serve up Market Breakfast for those hungry early risers. The Barossa Farmers Market is open this weekend (28/11) from 7:30am – 11:30am Saturday.

When: every Saturday from 7.30am to 11.30am
Where: Cnr of Stockwell & Nuriootpa Roads, Angaston

Farm Direct Market

Over 80 stalls all offering Australian produce only. The largest range of fresh produce in the state. Fruit, veg, ethical free range meat, eggs, bread, flowers, pet food and much more. They have a mid-week market at

When: Wednesday & Saturday 8am – 12:30pm
Where: The Old Spot Hotel, 1955 Main north Road Salisbury Heights

When: Sunday 8am  – 12:30pm
Where: Windsor Hotel, 410 North East Road, Windsor Gardens

One Planet Market

One Planet Market is an initiative of Sustainable Communities SA. They welcome people to come and sell, buy or exchange garden produce, home made food and second hand goods. How great is that? The market regularly features morning tea centre, local native plants and local produce. They also have The Urban Orchard where people who swap their homegrown produce.

When: 10am – 12 noon on the 3rd Saturday of each month 
Where: Payneham Community Centre, 374 Payneham Road (cnr Arthur St), Payneham

The Vale

Featuring locally made produce and products, wine, art and craft, and hand-made souvenirs. It showcases The Vale Market is family friendly, featuring live entertainment from buskers and local acts, plus a FREE BOUNCY CASTLE for the kids!

When: New dates to be announced for 2021
Where: McLaren Vale & Fleurieu Visitor Information Centre, 796 Main Rd, McLaren Vale 5171

Uraidla Hills Produce Market

Open on the First and Third Sunday’s of the month. Locally produced crafts and goods, fresh produce and plants. Meet the local makers and growers.

When: First and third Sunday of every month 10am-3pm
Where: institute Hall, Greenhill Road, Uraidla

Willunga Farmers Market

Local growers and makers come together here. Great local produce grown with passion. They even have The Willunga Farmers Market Young Farmers Scholarship, which assists people between the ages of 18 and 40 to enter and create a viable career in the agricultural industry.
When: Every Saturday from 8am – 12:30pm
Where: Willunga Town Square, Willunga

Traditional Markets (with a little bit of everything)

Campbelltown Moonlight Markets

Feature many of the respected “Flavours of Campbelltown Food Trail” vendors alongside a bustling market scene, this market offers up Art, Craft, Fashion, Children’s clothing, Accessories & Homewares.
When: Friday, March 5 from 6 pm – 10:30 pm
Where: Hamilton Terrace, Thorndon Park, Campbelltown

Fisherman’s Wharf Market

Home wares, antiques, knitted dolls, toys, handbags, clothing and knitwear, silk flowers and more. There’s also a delicious donut stall to visit if you get puckish while shopping.
When: Sundays and on Public Holidays (Mondays only) from 9am-5pm
Where: Black Diamond Square, Port Adelaide

Fullarton Market

You’ll find all sorts here. Plants, jewellery, pottery, clothing, woodwork, toys, bric a brac and collectables, gifts, fresh fruit and veg, jams and sauces and delicious foods prepared by people from all over the world.
When: 2nd & 4th Saturday of each month. 9am-1pm
Where: 411 Fullarton Rd, Fullarton

Gepps Cross Market

This is the biggest outdoor market in SA. A large range of fruit and veg but also bric-a-brac. A great place to go if you love to rummage, but if you get upset at a lack of organization maybe give it a miss.
When: Every Sunday at 7 am Where: 588 Main North Road, Gepps Cross

Magill Sunrise Market

It’s an art, craft and produce market but they have some really creative and unique stalls. Soy candles, delicious food and terrariums to jazz up your home.
When: second Sunday of each month, 8am – 3pm
Where: Campbelltown Library Car Park

Original Open Market

This is a craft market as well as a genuine trash and treasure second-hand market. Again, great for a good rummage. You may come home with gold!
When: 1st and 3rd Sunday of every month 9:00 am til 2:00 pm
Where: Beach Rd, Christies Beach SA 5165

Willunga Quarry Market

Stock up on some great local produce from the Fleurieu area. There’s food, plants, jewellery and arts and crafts. You can pick up some really unique items here, especially the art at really great prices. Add some unique items to your home that have great stories behind them.
When: Second Saturday of every month 9am-1pm
Where: Aldinga Road, Willunga

Kids and Family Markets

Lollipop Market

Lollipop Markets is a highly reputable, established market which has been helping work at home mums and dads and small business showcase their goodies for 4 years. They showcase unique, boutique and handmade, or of limited supply items for expecting parents, babies and children. There are some really adorable things up for grabs and it’s a great family atmosphere.
When: Sunday, February 21 from 10:30 am – 3 pm
Where: Morphettville Racecourse, Morphett Road, Morphettville

Know of any markets we missed? Let us know at [email protected]

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