Adelaide Central Market October 2014

If you are ever in Adelaide and looking for something to do, the Adelaide Central Market is a great place to go on a market day, it is under cover so weather is not an issue. There are organised tours, but it is not a hard place to get around and there are lots of places to stop and grab a bite or a good cup of coffee!


I was back in Adelaide recently and went to the Market with my Mother one Saturday morning, these are my photos from the our wandering around.

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The majority of the produce is sourced locally from the areas around Adelaide so it is all fresh, this includes the meat, poultry and seafood

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The various cheese stands have cheeses from all over the World and Australia as well as South Australia


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I miss good coffee as there are not many places in Singapore where you can grab a good coffee , so I was pretty happy to find The Grind.




They even have pods that are compatible with various coffee machines, so grabbed a couple of bags, and the coffee is not bad!

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One of the great things about the Adelaide Central Market is that every nationality that has settled in Adelaide probably has a representation in the Market, including Eurasia (Mongolia).

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The Fire Sticks are aptly named and have a double burning effect, great for clearing the sinuses 🙂


Getting to the Market is easy, just catch a tram and get off at Queen Victoria Square, it is next door / behind the Hilton, between Grote and Gouger Streets.


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