Our Farmers Markets

With an unbroken love of food that stretches back over 150 years, Barossans have been coming together to taste, share, shop and catch up on the latest news at markets for a very long time.

Our Farmers' Markets are the Cellar Doors of our living food culture, where you can meet the artisans and producers who have nurtured your food from paddock to plate, and learn how to live a little bit of the Barossa good life.

 

The Barossa Farmers Market

Open every Saturday
7.30am to 11.30am
740 Stockwell Road, Angaston

The Barossa Farmers Market is a genuine farmers market, with produce proudly sourced from local growers, makers, and food artisans. Permanently located undercover in the Vintners Sheds, Angaston, you can do your shopping rain, hail or shine throughout the year.

With a diverse array of stallholders, you’ll find a beautiful and abundant selection of fresh fruit and vegetables, herbs, meats, speciality bread, cheeses, the Barossa’s famous smallgoods, fresh milk, stunning pastries and baked goods, honey, olive oil and olives, freshly roasted coffee and blended teas, gin and confectionery. Pull together the makings of a hearty picnic, or think ahead to 5pm and graze as the locals do on a selection of cured meats, local cheeses, olives, bread and condiments.

Enthusiastic cooks will find an array of world-class and award-winning artisan produce at their fingertips - the perfect excuse to cook up a storm and eat in.

The legendary breakfast bar buzzes on a Saturday morning, with all produce drawn from the stallholders to produce classics like The Market Burger, plus littler plates for kids and a speciality menu which includes vegan and gluten-free options. Locally roasted coffee, creamy Jersey Fresh milk and hand-blended teas along with freshly squeezed juice are a fantastic accompaniment.

The Breakfast Bar is open from 7.30am to 11am.

 

The Mount Pleasant Farmers Market

Open every Saturday
8am to 12pm
Mt Pleasant Showgrounds (Talunga Park), Mt Pleasant

There is a huge range of fabulous food at the Mount Pleasant Farmers Market every week. Most of the stallholders have local farms or produce their goods locally.

Among the broad selection of fabulous fresh produce are whole fresh free-range chickens, fresh pork and smallgoods, bread and bakery goods such as bagels and cakes, free range eggs, local wines and beer, tempting cheeses, handmade relishes and condiments, Certified Organic For Leaf Milling flours and grains, vegetables, citrus and local fruit in season, sweet treats, freshly roasted coffee and more. Phew!

Once you've done your shopping, stay a whille and indulge in a gourmet breakfast in the Wisteria Atrium. Smashed avo with feta and a poached egg, served with locally roasted coffee?

Yes, please!

Acknowledgement of Country —

The Barossa is located on the traditional lands of the Ngadjuri, Peramangk and Kaurna people