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