Adelaide Central Market

Agri, Mining and Industry

On Saturday the 23rd of January 1869 at about 3:15am a small but noisy procession of market gardeners found their way from the East End Market to the site between Gouger and Grote Street. In only a few hours about 500 customers quickly bought out the entire stock of goods for sale.

So on the Grote Street site, without any structure other than a fence and a couple of gas lights, began the first day of the Adelaide Central Market (then called the City Market.) And the rest, as they say, is history!

The Market offers a huge range of fresh food including fruit and vegetables, meat and poultry, seafood, cheeses, bakery, smallgoods and health foods, along with some of Adelaide’s most popular cafes and eateries. With more than 9 million visitors every year, the Adelaide Central Market has remained the food mecca for multicultural cuisine and fresh produce for almost 150 years.

Facilities

Art & Culture Bar Cafe Carpark Caters for hearing impairment Caters for limited mobility Caters for vision impairment Disabled access available Enquiry Desk Family Friendly Food & Wine Food and Refreshments Free Wifi History & Heritage Non Smoking Public Toilet Shop Wheelchair access

Rates

Free Entry

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