Home' Trade Holiday Planner : South Australian Trade Holiday Planner 2015 - 2017 Contents Adelaide Central Market, just off Victoria
Square in the city centre, is one of the best
in Australia. Founded in 1869, it is Australia’s
oldest fresh produce market and has become
the largest undercover produce market in
the southern hemisphere. It is predominantly
a food market with fine foods, fruit and
vegetables, cheeses, breads, organic foods,
smallgoods and butchers’ stalls, Asian and
European specialties and great cafés, noodle
bars and spots to take a break.
Adelaide Central Market
Tuesday 7am-5 .30pm, Thursday
9am-5 .30pm, Friday 7am-9pm and Saturday
7am -3pm. A select number of stallholders
open on Wednesday 9am-5 .30pm.
Hours vary at Easter and Christmas.
Other markets which take place regularly
Adelaide Showground Farmers' Market
Leader Street, Goodwood. Sunday 9am -1pm
(Not open during Adelaide Show).
Fresh produce, dairy, meats, fruits,
vegetables, seafood, cheeses, flowers,
oils, jams, breads and more – straight from
country farms and kitchens around the state.
Fishermen’s Wharf Market, Port Adelaide.
Sundays and public holiday Mondays
9am - 5pm. Good seafood and a great
location in the historic heart of the Port.
The Market Shed on Holland,
Holland Street, Adelaide. Sundays
The market is set in a spacious old building,
which has been transformed into a light and
airy open space bustling with a farrago of
fresh organic food and produce stalls.
FARMERS UNION ICED COFFEE
Farmers Union Iced Coffee is a best
seller and local favourite. This flavoured
milk drink was invented in South Australia
and is still made here. You won’t have
trouble finding this drink, it is a staple in
convenience stores around the State.
Delicious Menz FruChocs have been
putting smiles on faces of South
Australians since the 1940s. Today more
than 40 million FruChocs are produced
each year. They have centres of dried
apricot and dried peach and are coated
with milk chocolate. Visitors can buy
FruChocs direct from the factory at
Glynburn or at supermarkets throughout
HENSCHKE’S HILL OF GRACE
One of the greatest winemaking names
in Australia is Henschke. Based in the
Barossa, they are most famous for their
Hill of Grace wine made from vines that
were planted in the 1860s. Visit the cellar
door to try for yourself.
COFFIN BAY OYSTERS
Coffin Bay on the Eyre Peninsula is
home to some of the finest oysters in
the world. Discover these delights on
the Seafood Trail or look for them on
the menu in many South Australian
KANGAROO ISLAND HONEY
The Ligurian Bee was introduced to
Kangaroo Island in 1884 and a year later
the Island was declared a Ligurian Bee
Sanctuary, making it the home of the
purest strain of bee in the world.
Sample this high quality honey at
Cliffords Honey Farm and Island
Beehive on Kangaroo Island.
GOLDEN NORTH ICE CREAM
The tiny town of Laura in South
Australia’s mid north is known for the
much-loved Golden North ice cream
company. Cows from the region are
used to produce delicious ice creams,
yoghurts and sorbets with a creamy
variety of flavours. Stop in at Laura on
your way to the Flinders Ranges to try
this ice cream or look out for it in shops
around the State.
Torrens Island Open Air Market,
Port Adelaide. Sunday 6am -1pm. Fresh
produce from local growers and fishers –
Adelaide Hills Farmers' Market, Mt Barker.
Saturday 8.30am-12.30pm. Showcases
seasonal, local products direct from the
Mount Pleasant Farmers' Market,
Mt Pleasant. Saturday 8am -12noon.
Features a range of fresh, seasonal,
Barossa Farmers' Market, Angaston.
Especially good for Barossa specialties.
Myponga Wholesale Country Market,
Myponga. Saturday, Sunday and public
holidays 10am- 4pm.
Victor Harbor Farmers' Market,
Victor Harbor, Saturday 8am -12.30pm
Willunga Farmers' Market, Willunga.
An acclaimed market where everything
sold is grown or made locally.
Riverland Farmers' Market, Berri.
Specialising in locally grown fruit, vegetables,
wine and crafts.
Adelaide Central Market, Adelaide
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