• This week's Adelaide Showground Farmers Market - Sunday 15 July 9am to 1pm

  • Market Kitchen and Kids Club

    Animals Anonymous

    Kids Club - 10am and 11am  Native wildlife shows with Animals Anonymous

    Animals Anonymous are back in time for some free school holiday fun. They'll be here with their interactive wildlife show suitable for all ages and involves an educational presentation with tame native animals and the opportunity for children to meet the furry and scaly, tame, native animals.

    The shows will commence at 10.00am and 11.00am and run for approximately 30 minutes in the Kids’ Club area inside the market pavilion. 

  • Who's here this week

  • Lobo Cider

    The Adelaide Farmers' Market Showground has on average 90+ stalls per week. You can search for produce and stallholders at the market here this week.

    Fortnightly/returning stallholders here this week: The Food Forest, Fiaje, Yorkes Seafood, Yummy Veggies, The Dairy Man, Eko Stone Fruit, Cooinda Proprietors

    Fortnightly/returning stallholders not here this week: Lobo Cider, 4 Paws Doggy Treats, Rhodes Free Range Eggs, Greens Plate Microgreens, Sacred Grove, The Gourmet Entertainer, Beetaloo Gourmet Mushrooms 

    We update our list of this Sunday's stallholders at the market on Friday afternoons.

  • Around the Market

    Seville Oranges

    Stallholder News:

    Welcome back to Eko Fruits this Sunday, to the market with their Riverland avocados.

    Graham and Annemarie of The Food Forest have new season organic Seville oranges just in time for marmalade season.

    Congratulations to Najobe, Fleurieu Milk and Enzos at Home who are among the 20 finalists in the SA Food Consumer Award. Place your vote for your favourite food business here:

    Saskia of Saskia Beer farm Produce now have a range of yummy crumbed nuggets including Chicken, Goose and Turkey

    A warm farmers’ market welcome to new stallholder Paul of Palacco Scallops. Hailing from Kangaroo Island Paul offers beautiful fresh or shucked scallops for sale. 

  • In Season - Cabbage



  • Cabbage

    Winter frosts make for the sweetest Savoy cabbage and add taste to all of the health-promoting brassica family, which are high in vitamins B, C and E, folic acid and calcium. Savoy is tasty, tender and pleases the gourmet more than its common cousin; it also exudes less sulphuric odour when cooked. Shred it into soups, salads and sauté in organic butter with thyme. Enliven cabbage dishes with whole spice and herbs: add rosemary or sage, nutmeg, a cinnamon quill, Hungarian paprika or orange zest. Pickle it in salt and sugar brine with wine vinegar. Savoy cabbage matches perfectly with pork and smoked meats.

    The best cabbages to pick when buying are the ones that have bright colour, that are firm to the touch with no sign of discolouration or rotting to the outside. When picking out green cabbages look for those that are shiny and bright with line green colour and when picking out red cabbages pick the ones that have deep maroonish-purple colour. Always discard the outer leaves before using cabbages.

    When storing cabbages, it is advisable to keep the cabbage whole until it is time to use it, and if it is a must to store a cut half cabbage use a plastic bag and store it in the fridge for about two days.

  • 2018 Market Membership reduced

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    2018 Farmers' Market Membership has now been further reduced and is available to purchase from the Information Tent at the market or online and is valid for shopping from now until the end of January 2019.  
    New membership is now reduced to $50 Renewal rate is $40.
    (Join or renew online via the website & save an additional $5)
    Concession membership rate is now $40 new members / $30 renewing members
    NB:Concession card holders must show their concession card at the Information
    Tent at the market to get the discounted rate
    Membership gives you a discount of 10 per cent at all the stalls at the market, plus regular e-newsletters, access to special offers, plus the invitation to attend market events and activities.  New members also receive a free market shopping bag.

  • Car parking passes and costs

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    Adelaide Farmers' Market Members can purchase 2018 car park passes for parking on Sundays at the Adelaide Showground via the Leader Street entrance. Now costing just $40 the passes can be used every Sunday to the end of December 2018 (except during the Royal Show). The passes are valid for all day on Sunday so market members can stay to enjoy additional events and activities at the Adelaide Showground for no additional car parking charge. Visit the Information Stand at the market and show your membership card to purchase your pass.

    Car Park costs on Sundays for Farmers' Market Customers are as follows:

    First hour - free
    Parking until 1:30pm - $4
    Day parking - $10

  • Onya Reusable Produce Bags


    We're doing our bit to help you stop using single use plastic bags. You can now get Onya reusable Produce Bags, an easy replacement for single use plastic fruit and vegetable bags, made from recycled plastic drink bottles from the Market Information Stand.

    These light (only 10 grams per bag) but deceptively strong mesh bags can hold up to 2 kilos of produce and feature a gussett and drawsting tie. Available in a 5 pack the produce bags stuff down into a brightly coloured pouch the size of your fist when not in use.  The bags can be washed simply with a cool water handwash when the need arises, or they can be put on a cool gentle cycle in the washing machine.  Available at the Information Stand: $14 for members and $16 for non-members.

  • Call out for Volunteers!


    Can you spare four hours on Sunday morning once a month? We’re looking for friendly folk who will help at our Information Stall at our Adelaide Showground Farmers' Market. Training will be provided. Contact to register your interest. 

  • Adelaide Showground events

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