Open Today: 9:00 am - 5:30 pm
OPENING HOURS
Sunday: 8:00 am - 3:00 pm
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
Monday
* Selected Stalls
Trading Hours
(08) 8203 7494
44 – 60 Gouger St, Adelaide SA 5000
Voluntary Sunday Trading Returns

Voluntary Sunday Trading Returns

Voluntary Sunday trading returns to the Adelaide Central Market on Sunday 11 October, with a range of traders open from 8:00am to 3:00pm.

Fresh food and speciality favourites including Charlesworth, House of Organics, Kangaroo Island Stall, Con’s Fine Foods, Barossa Fine Foods, Marino Meat Store, Cumbia Bar Kitchen, The Coffee Bean Shop, Le Souk, Real Falafel, Central Market Flowers and The Smelly Cheese Shop will all reopen for voluntary Sunday trading.

A program of free entertainment for families to enjoy will also be on offer from 9:00am – 12:00pm every Sunday in October including nature craft activities, baby disco with Monski Mouse, yoga and live music. Chilli Crab Shack by Sprout at the Producer in Residence Stall will also open on Sunday 11 October.

The Adelaide Central Market is open Tuesday – Saturday, including late nights until 9pm on Fridays. Voluntary Sunday trading commences Sunday 11 October with a range of traders open between 8am – 3pm. The first hour of parking is free.

Traders confirmed for the return of voluntary Sunday trading:

  • Gewurzhaus (official opening coming soon)
  • Cumbia Bar & Kitchen
  • Barossa Fine Foods
  • Charlesworth Nuts
  • Asian Green Grocer
  • Marino Meat and Food Store (9am – 3pm)
  • The Kangaroo Island Stall
  • Con’s Fine Foods
  • The Old Lolly Shop
  • House of Organics
  • Rommy’s Market Garden
  • The Smelly Cheese Shop
  • Central Market Flowers
  • Les Deux Coqs (8am – 12pm)
  • Real Falafel
  • The Turkish Delight Mediterranean Sweetery
  • Standom Smallgoods
  • Le Souk
  • Simply Sarj
  • Fred McMahon’s
  • The Market Bread Bar (pop up in Gouger dining)
  • The Coffee Bean Shop
  • Fleurieu Milk
  • M&M’s Fruit Mart
  • Seven Brothers
  • Coco’s Fruit & Veg (from 9am)
  • Teaser (from 11am)

Adelaide Central Market advertised trading hours:
Tues    7:00am – 5:30pm
Wed     9:00am – 5:30pm*
Thurs   9:00am – 5:30pm
Fri        7:00am – 9:00pm
Sat       7:00am – 3:00pm
Sun      8:00am – 3:00pm^ (from Sunday 11 October 2020)
Mon     CLOSED
* Selected stalls open | ^ Voluntary trading (range of traders open)

Skala Pop Up

Skala Pop Up

Skala (formerly named Bakers Tray, Stall 25) are currently renovating! During this time you can still find the team for their range of fresh bread, quiches, sweets and more at Stall 76 (across from Michael’s Fruit & Veg).

Fake Facebook Account

Fake Facebook Account

A message from the Adelaide Central Market Authority:
Dear Market community, this afternoon we have been alerted to a fake Facebook account named ‘Adelaide Central’ (Adelaide Central-Market) using our logo, Facebook header and selected images. We wish to inform you that we would never ask customers to provide their credit card information, personal details or friend requests (as a business page we are not able to do this). We ask that all customers report this fake page immediately. Thank you.
Please contact the Market office directly via 8203 7494 or admin@adelaidecentralmarket.com for any queries.

Plastic Free SA

Plastic Free SA

Our Market had been working with Plastic Free SA to work towards eliminating single use plastic. A range of traders have signed up to Plastic Free SA, a free program designed to support businesses to make the switch fro single-use plastics to either reusable or 100% compostable alternatives.

In fact, earlier this year Market trader House of Health Collective were awarded Plastic Free Champion status! The team replaced their single-use plastics like bags, lids, cutlery, straws and takeaway containers with reusable or compostable items and have many ways you too can reduce single use plastics.

Plastic Free SA aim to inspire our community to make changes in your own life and support businesses that do too. To get started they recommend:

  • Most traders in the Market accept reusable food containers. Bring in your own containers for takeaway! This is an easy way to reduce disposable packaging. Make sure they are clean, and don’t be afraid to ask.
  • Bring in your own reusable produce bags! Reusable produce bags are available for purchase at a number of stalls in the market or why not get crafty and DIY your own produce bags from scrap cotton like T-shirts/table cloths/pillow cases).
  • Avoid the need for cling wrap by using reusable food storage containers instead, or try beeswax wraps which can be used in the same way as cling wrap (but they are made from natural materials and can be used over and over again)!

Find out more about Plastic Free SA here.

Producer in Residence: Adelaide’s Famous Poffertjes Parlour

Producer in Residence: Adelaide’s Famous Poffertjes Parlour

Welcome Adelaide’s Famous Poffertjes Parlour to our Producer in Residence Stall!
Adelaide’s Famous Poffertjes Parlour was brought to Australia from Holland and has been in the same family for 4 generations.  A light delicate crepelike morsel that melt in your mouth with you choice of toppings including traditional butter and cinnamon, lemon and cream, sour cream, rum butter, and a range of sweet syrups. Visit the team on Market days till 26 September.

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