The Barossa Farmers Market attracts weekly visitors from as far afield as Adelaide, an hour’s drive away, for its great produce – as well as the great breakfast on offer. With local free-range bacon, eggs, caramelised onion, baby spinach and chutney on the famous Market Burger, it’s little wonder you have to get in early to guarantee sinking your teeth into this home-style delight. The markets are open on Saturdays from 7.30am to 11.30am in a historic shed that showcases real food produced in the Barossa’s homes and farms. Expect the freshest produce, meat, fish and smallgoods, sweets, milk, cheese, eggs, preserves, coffee, tea, plants and cut flowers.
Based in Angaston and undercover in the Vintners Sheds, the Barossa Farmers’ Market is the perfect spot to begin the Bethany to Angaston trail through some of the valley’s most picturesque scenery. Located in the eastern end of the Barossa, Angaston has a population of about 2000.
Barossa Farmers Market
Vintners Shed, Corner of Stockwell and Nuriootpa Roads, Angaston
+61 402 026 882