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44 – 60 Gouger St, Adelaide SA 5000
Marino Meat and Food Store Competition

Marino Meat and Food Store Competition

Panettone season has officially started in Our Market – the team at the newly renovated Marino Meat and Food Store are dishing out Panettone e Prosecco for you to enjoy every Friday night! To celebrate this new limited edition dish, they’re giving you a chance to WIN* 2 x artisan made panettones and 2 x bottles of prosecco

Visit our Instagram for your chance to win to enter prior to 9am Monday 18 November 2019. *T&C’s apply

Terms and Conditions here.

Adelaide Fringe Schools Poster Competition

Adelaide Fringe Schools Poster Competition

Congratulations to the winner of the Adelaide Fringe Schools Poster Competition for 2020 – Scarlett Scardigno from St Aloysius College!
 
Students from all of South Australia entered the competition with artists from years 2 to 12 represented. Scarlet’s artwork featuring some amazing fish characters will feature on the 2020 Adelaide Fringe Schools Booking Guide. Scarlett described her piece as “everyone is unique and will always be welcome to the Adelaide Fringe, even if you are a fish with legs in a tutu. Everyone’s experience is different and magical, something no one will ever forget.”

 

All of the art will be on display in our Grote St dining area until 3 November 2019.

Welcome our new Producer in Residence: Cozy Cake

Welcome our new Producer in Residence: Cozy Cake

Welcome to our newest Producer in Residence, Cozy Cakes! Not just another cake shop, all of the cakes are based on Brazilian family recipes, using fresh local ingredients. The cakes include flavours including yoghurt & berries, lemon, apple, coconut and chocolate. So now you can have your cake and share it too!

Cozy Cakes will be in our Producer in Residence from 22 October to 9 November 2019. Check them out on Instagram here.

Jamface News

Jamface News

The Adelaide Central Market Authority can confirm that after more than 4 years in the Adelaide Central Market, Jamface closed its doors on Stall 28/29 for good on Saturday 12 October 2019. The Authority has been working closely with Jamface owners, Poh Ling Yeow and Sarah Rich, on their exit from the Market as Poh returns to full time media commitments. Since opening in 2015, Jamface has been a popular French inspired patisserie and eatery in the Adelaide Central Market. Poh will remain a passionate Market advocate and regular Market visitor.

The Adelaide Central Market Authority will be announcing an exciting new trader for Stall 28/29 soon.

Adelaide Central Market launches BindiMaps

Adelaide Central Market launches BindiMaps

The Adelaide Central Market Authority is thrilled to announce its partnership with the Royal Society for the Blind (RSB) for the launch of BindiMaps, a free smartphone app that will change the way vision impaired customers navigate through the Market. The Market is the first retail environment in South Australia to offer the new technology that locates users precisely in indoor spaces and guides them to their destination. The program uses a simple audio system to describe where users are and what’s around them, finding the best way to get to their chosen destination.

Adelaide Central Market Authority General Manager Jodie Kannane said the partnership was an incredibly exciting project, improving the accessibility, independence and safe travel for customers and the Market community alike. “Our partnership with the Royal Society for the Blind and BindiMaps will mean vision impaired South Australians will have a better customer experience with the help of an effective wayfinding system,” Ms Kannane said. “We are very excited to improve the accessibility of our Market and give more people the opportunity to visit.”

The Royal Society for  the Blind Executive Manager, Marketing & Fundraising Darrin Johnson said the RSB assists Australians living with vision impairment to participate independently in the community. “There is an estimated 20,000 people living in South Australia with profound vision loss and this number is rising with an ageing population,” Mr Johnson said. “The BindiMaps app will enable people with vision loss, from profound to minor, to move freely around the Market.”

BindiMaps is available to download for free through the App Store and is available for use within the Adelaide Central Market.

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