The Adelaide Showground Farmers’ Market welcomes around 90 local farmers and producers each week.  They offer a range of produce from around our State including: baked goods, bread, eggs, fish, fruit, cheese, dairy, honey, jam, meat, nuts, olive oil, pasta, plants, smallgoods, vegetables and wine - find a full list of stallholders here

Some stallholders sell food they have made from  South Australian farm produce, such as: chutney, jam, pastries, bread, or smallgoods.  These are known as ‘value-added’ producers.

The fresh produce available varies depending on the season and the weather. Find out who is at the market this Sunday.

There are a number certified organic and biodynamic producers. Many of the value-added producers also cater for specific dietary needs such a vegan, dairy free or gluten free - search by category here.

Who are the Farmers’ Market stallholders?

Learn more about the growers and producers who run each stall and their businesses: meet the stallholders.

Becoming a stallholder

For producers, the market offers:

  • direct access to consumers
  • the opportunity to generate a viable income
  • an opportunity to get direct consumer feedback
  • a marketplace to test new products 

The market was established to support sustainable food production, ethical practices and South Australian family farms. Read more about our stallholders.

To trade at the market, stallholders must be a South Australian grower or food producer.

Our first priority is to provide space for local farmers to sell products from their own farms. Additional space is provided for local food artisans.

We aim to have all stallholders certified with the South Australian Producer Guarantee, which recognises the person selling the items as the same person who grew, made or produces them. Learn more about our Producer Guarantee.

Stallholders wanting the join the market need to meet the market’s criteria as either a primary producer or value-added producer - read more about applying to become a stallholder.

Become a stallholder

Find out how to become a stallholder