Markets

If wine nourishes the soul of the Fleurieu Peninsula, then fabulous regional food sustains its heart. Look beyond the wineries and you'll find a strong farming tradition, nestled among almond and olive groves.

In a landscape blessed with a wonderful array of ingredients, it's only natural that locals have come up with imaginative ways to make the most of them. You'll find regular markets, roadside outlets at almost every turn, selling jams, relishes, hand-made breads, traditional cured and smoked meats, rich cheeses and more. 

Australia's best almonds are grown at Willunga, and the olive oil produced here is now compared favourably to Italy's finest. Follow the Produce Trail from Mount Compass to find fresh blueberries, organically grown pheasants and quail, venison, marron (a freshwater crayfish), strawberries and jams, rainbow trout and authentic French-style goat's curd and feta cheeses, or thick, rich Jersey-milk cream and traditional farmhouse cheddars.

Up and down the rugged coastline, weather-beaten fishermen glean all manner of seafood from the gulf's unspoilt waters. Prized King George whiting, garfish, tommy ruffs and mulloway, squid, crayfish and crabs – whatever variety is in season, they soon find their way to our restaurant tables.

 

Saturday Markets

INMAN VALLEY ART, CRAFT & PRODUCE MARKET
Inman Valley Memorial Hall, 1713 Inman Valley Road, Inman Valley 
Open first Saturday of each month 9am–1pm
Includes: Fresh fruit & vegetables, homemade preserves and treats, plants, crafts, jewellery, refreshments including tea, sandwiches and soup.
Ph. Joan Wynniattt (08) 8558 8203

MYPONGA MARKETS
46 Main Road, Myponga 
Open Saturday, Sunday and public holidays 10am–4pm
Includes: Art, books, toys, leatherwork, records, vintage bric-a-brac, waffles and gelato.  
Ph. (08) 8558 6121 or 0403 190 692   |   website

PORT ELLIOT MARKET
Lakala Reserve, Rosetta Street, Port Elliot 
Open first and third Saturday of each month and Easter weekend 9am–2pm
Includes: Fresh local produce, bric-a-brac, plants, fishing gear, books and more. 
Ph. (08) 8554 3476 or 0403 190 692   |   website

VICTOR HARBOR FARMERS' MARKET
Grosvenor Gardens (opposite Victor Central Shopping Centre), Victor Harbor 
Open Saturday 8am–12:30pm 
Includes: Locally caught seafood and various local produce from over 30 stalls.
Ph. 0402 128 326   |   website

WILLUNGA FARMERS MARKET
Town Square, Willunga
Open Saturday 8am–12:30pm 
Includes: Fresh local produce from over 80 farmers and artisans.
Ph. (08) 8556 4297   |   website

WILLUNGA ARTISANS MARKET
Old Show Hall, Main Road, Willunga 
Open second Saturday of each month 9am–1pm
Includes: Local art, handmade goods. 
Ph. (08) 8386 0132 or 0424 554 764   |   website

WILLUNGA QUARRY MARKET
Aldinga Road, Willunga (between Willunga Hardware and CFS) 
Open second Saturday of each month 9am–1pm
Includes: Second-hand goods, tools, plants, crafts.
Ph. (08) 8556 2502   |   website

YANKALILLA CRAFT & PRODUCE MARKET
Agricultural Hall, Main Road, Yankalilla 
Open third Saturday of each month 9am–1pm 
Includes: Locally grown fruit & vegetables, homemade jams, sweet treat, craftwork, trinkets, unique gifts.
Ph. (08) 8558 0240 

 

Sunday Markets

GOOLWA WHARF MARKET
Reserve by the Wharf, Goolwa 
Open first and third Sunday of each month (every Sunday in January and Good Friday) 9am–3:30pm
Includes: Over 80 stalls with fresh local produce, plants, books, hand-crafted goods, bric-a-brac, delicious food & coffee 
Ph. (08) 8554 3476 or 0403 190 692   |   website

MOANA MARKET
Pioneers Memorial Hall, Nashwauk Crescent, Moana 
Open second Sunday of each month 9am–2pm
Includes: Food, arts and crafts, gifts, candles, face painting, sausage sizzle and much more. 
Phone: (08) 8327 0480 (AH) or 0412 630 518   |   website

STRATHALBYN MARKETS
Lions Park, Strathalbyn 
Open thirds Sunday of each month 8am–2pm
Includes: Local produce, bric-a-brac, crafts, plants, jewellery,  trash-and-treasure stall

THE VALE MARKET
McLaren Vale and Fleurieu Visitor Information Centre, 796 Main Road, McLaren Vale
Open first and third Sunday each month 9am–1pm
Includes: Locally made produce, wine, art, craft, hand-made souvenirs, live entertainment.
Ph. (08) 8323 9944 

VICTOR HARBOR BEACHSIDE MARKETS
Soldiers Memorial Reserve, The Esplanade, Victor Harbor 
Open second and fourth Sunday each month (every Sunday in January) 9am–4pm 
Ph. (08) 8556 8222   |   website

 

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Contacts for information & bookings

Five Visitor Information Centres are spread across the Fleurieu Peninsula. Each has a dedicated team of locals and resources to support you during your stay.

They can provide you with assistance in booking your trip, planning details for your visit, or give advice on what is happening in the region during your stay.

FLEURIEU PENINSULA VISITOR INFORMATION CENTRES