Producer in Residence: Spenny’s Kitchen

Producer in Residence: Spenny’s Kitchen

Welcome Spenny’s Kitchen to our Producer in Residence Stall! Spenny’s Kitche uses the freshest ingredients to create delicious meals for you to enjoy! Discover polenta chips with homemade tomato sauce, arancini balls (mushroom or leek with rocket), meatballs in tomato sugo with crusty bread, chocolate brownies or try their signature dish – chicken cacciatore with orange and fennel salad (using Nonna’s recipe). Experience it for yourself and visit the team at the Producer in Residence Stall every Market day until 6 March.

Find out more here.

Expressions of Interest – Stall GR45

Expressions of Interest – Stall GR45

With over 70 traders under one roof the Adelaide Central Market is one of the largest undercover markets in the Southern Hemisphere and offers a huge range of fresh produce including fruit and vegetables, meat, poultry, seafood, small goods, cheeses, bakery, health foods and is home to some of Adelaide’s most popular eateries.

The Adelaide Central Market is centrally located to the CBD and is housed in two heritage listed buildings with frontages to both Gouger Street and Grote Street and bordered by Victoria Square to the east and Chinatown to the west.

Current stall opportunities can be found below:

Stall GR45: Expression of Interest Opportunity

ACMA is seeking expressions of interest from qualified and experienced food and beverage operators for Stall GR45.  Offerings that are contemporary and unique, with a focus on Market and local SA products will be viewed favourably. Sustainable packaging and local sourcing practices are also desirable.

Stall G45 is located on the Grote Street frontage in the historic Federal Hall building. The location is iconic and high-profile, allowing an operator to leverage city workers pedestrian traffic, Market and precinct customers and visitors to the recently revamped Her Majesty’s Theatre.

Key details:

Site:                   GR45
Size:                   50m2
Available:           Early 2021
Location:            Grote Street frontage

Find more information here.

For further queries please contact Fabienne Reilly, Commercial Manager: f.reilly@adelaidecentralmarket.com or 08 8203 7494

2021 Easter Trading Hours

2021 Easter Trading Hours

Shop your Easter essentials during our Easter Trading Hours:

 Date  Market Trading Hours 
 Tuesday 30 March 2021  Open 7.00am to 5.30pm
 Wednesday 31 March 2021  Open 9.00am to 5.30pm*
 Thursday 1 April 2021  Open 9.00am to 7.00pm
 Friday 2 April 2021 (Good Friday)  CLOSED
 Saturday 3 April 2021  Open 7.00am to 3.00pm
 Sunday 4 April 2021 (Easter Sunday)  CLOSED
 Monday 5 April 2021 (Easter Monday)  CLOSED
 Tuesday 6 April 2021  Open 7.00am to 5.30pm
(Standard trading hours resume)

* Optional trading day 

Arcade Redevelopment Update – 28 Jan 2021

Arcade Redevelopment Update – 28 Jan 2021

The Adelaide Central Market Authority has confirmed the Market will be open for business as usual and continue to serve the community throughout the redevelopment of the neighbouring Central Market Arcade, which was officially announced today by the City of Adelaide and ICD Property.

Inspired by the Adelaide Central Market’s iconic architecture, the city shaping project will commence in the second half 2021 and feature Market Hall Atrium, rooftop terrace garden, child care centre, hotel, apartments and offices alongside our Market.

We’ll be working work closely with the City of Adelaide and project team throughout the redevelopment.

Find out more here.

Welcome Haigh’s!

Welcome Haigh’s!

We’re thrilled to confirm Australia’s oldest family-owned chocolate maker chocolate, Haigh’s Chocolates, will officially move into our Market this year! Stay tuned for an official opening, at Stall GO46-48 in April 2021.

House of Health Collective expands! Welcome Sustainable Co

House of Health Collective expands! Welcome Sustainable Co

House of Health Collective is leading the way on replacing the waste! Already Plastic Free Champions, the Collective is now expanding their ecofriendly range into a brand new store, Sustainable Co which was officially launched this week with the Minister for Environment and Water, David Speirs. Sustainable Co offers a huge range of ecofriendly and vegan products including cosmetics, homewares, bulk treats (even for your furry friends!!) and home and body products.

In addition, to launching the new Sustainable Co stall, Minister Speirs announced SA’s ban on single use plastics would commence in March 2021. House of Health was one of the first South Australian businesses to officially go single use plastic free.

Find out more about SA’s ban on single use plastics HERE