About the Farmers' Market


The Adelaide Farmers’ Market, Showground is the largest farmers’ market in South Australia. Established in October 2006, the not-for-profit organisation supports small family farms, agricultural diversity and fresh, regional and seasonal choices for consumers. The Farmers' Market attracts around 6,000 locals and tourists every Sunday. It is a vibrant place where farmers and producers representing every region of the state bring seasonal produce to sell direct to the public in inner-city Adelaide.

The Market inspires consumers to consider where their food comes from and how it is produced. Producers  also maximise their profit margins by selling direct to the public and receive instant feedback from customers about product quality and preferences.

No. 1 Farmers' Market in Australia


Adelaide Showground Farmers’ Market has been named the nation’s best farmers’ market, according to the Australian Traveller magazine. 

The article, published online on 16 June 2015, reveals the best farmers’ markets around Australia, with South Australia’s Adelaide Showground Farmers’ Market (number one) and Barossa Farmers’ Market (number nine) both making the cut.