Adelaide is market crazy and us Radelaidians are spoilt for choice. We have the traditional food and produce markets that most know about like the Central Market, Gepps Cross and Adelaide Farmers Markets etc but there are many others popping up around Adelaide packed with fashion, food, music, and wine.
The Ebenezer Night Markets are absolutely fantastic
and are held in Ebenezer Place, Adelaide on selected dates during the summer. The market has a wide selection of food, jewellery, fashion, artwork, crafts and an outside bar to sit back, relax and soak up the atmosphere.
Gilles Street Market is a focused Fashion & Accessories market only. It provides a fantastic platform for young South Australian designers and gives them the opportunity to develop their brands and style.
There are 90 stalls of vintage, retail clearance, designer samples, new designers all selling their wares. The market also includes DJ’s, many food stalls and and promises a family-friendly atmosphere.
Fullarton Market is home to over 100 regular exhibitors with thousands of products in a great range of fresh produce and interesting products. These include delicious home made foods, hot and cold drinks, a wide variety of home made arts and crafts, beautiful jewellery, an extensive range of plants and the list goes on.
1st Friday of November, December, February & March
6pm to 10pm
Each market features over 120 artisan craft and fashion stalls and showcases the Flavours of Campbelltown Food Trail Vendors. Music and entertainment are enjoyed by the crowd, with free craft activities and a large playground for the children.
New this season is the introduction of a 'men's zone' which will feature Glynde Mitre 10, Paradise Motors Mazda display and a barber.
Stirling Laneways Located in the pedestrian laneways and spaces which stem directly from the main street (Mt Barker Road) and Centenary Place, Stirling
February 26 - Stirling Fringe!
April 23 - Season Finale - 3rd Birthday!
10am to 4pm
The award-winning Stirling Laneways is more than a market. From September to April, each event celebrates life with a different fun theme that creates an engaging atmosphere and makes the fourth Sunday in Stirling a unique experience for both locals and visitors.
Have you ever tried to cut your child’s hair? Any parent who has will know that it’s hard work – they fidget, squirm, freak out at the site of scissors and get bored easily. Luckily, Hair by Rebecca Hairdressing in Modbury caters to both KIDS and ADULTS!
Save the Children op shop at Glenside will be holding a three day clearance sale in October with plenty of interesting items for sale including vintage and retro clothing, furniture, homewares, pottery, books, plants, electrical, clothes, books, bric-a-brac, toys, games, vinyl, tools and collectable