Around the Showground Market

  • Stallholder News

    Feather and Peck

    Sunday 27 August wil be last farmers' market at the Adelaide Showground before the Royal Show opens on Friday 1 September. 

    It will be a bumper outside only market and the last chance to stock up on great produce before the market closes for two weeks.  You wont want to miss it!

  • parsnip

    Tis the season for hearty winter greens. Brenda at Alnda Farms has just harvested new season cauliflowers and broccolini to add to their usual winter range.  Virgara's, Bull Creek Organic, Patlins, The Vegie Basket and The Food Forest also have a great range of fresh produce straight from their farms.

    We've have recently been joined by some new outside stallholders. Fiaje - creators a wide range of sweet and savoury jams, chutneys and relishes.  Their signature product - Cumquat Jam is currently available along with other popular options such as Onion Jam, Pear and Ginger Jam, Quince Jelly and Spicy Tomato Chutney.  They will be attending twice a month.

    Feather and Peck from the Fleurieu started with us on 13 August and have pasture raised free range eggs from some very happy hens grazing in their paddocks!  We also welcomed Dan & Neil's Bunch Vegies - they currently have turnips, spinach and silverbeet grown on their Athelstone property.  Both new stallholders will be at the market on Sunday 20 and Sunday 27 August and can be found opposite Mem's Coffee Stall near the railway line.

  • Community Lottery

    Adelaide Farmers’ Market is participating in the 2017 People's Choice Credit Union Community Lottery! Since 1984, the Community Lottery has returned more than $16 million to over 1,400 not-for-profit groups. Purchase tickets for the prize draw before 31 August for a chance to win.

    The Lottery is a self-help scheme for not-for-profit sporting clubs, schools and pre-schools, community groups and charitable organisations. There is absolutely no cost for not-for-profit groups to participate. People’s Choice and their partners meet all the costs associated with prizes, promotional material, advertising, printing of tickets, and coordinate all administrative essentials such as distribution, licensing, and statutory requirements - leaving participating organisations clear of any cost!

    Tickets are only $2 each and the Adelaide Farmers’ Market will retain 100% of all proceeds generated through the sale of both tickets purchased at the market and online tickets made via our market page. Just click the link to make a purchase: or see our friendly staff at the market on Sunday 20 or Sunday 27 August.

  • Market Dates

    Farmers' Market Opening Hours RS 2017