The Central Market Precinct Australia consists of five areas including the main central market building. Adelaide Central Market, The Market Plaza, Central Market Arcade, Gouger Street and Chinatown.

A bustling venue, Adelaide Central Market in South Australia has over 80 stalls in the area and offers a wide range of fresh food including fruit and vegetables, bakery products, gourmet cheeses, seafood and much more under one roof. If you want to experience the real essence of Adelaide then forget you are a tourist. First, start by finding Adelaide holiday apartments such as the  Oaks Embassy where you will be in close proximity to everything entertaining in the city.

Visiting the Adelaide Central Market is a must whether you are a foodie or not. Established in 1869 and been in operation for over 140 years, The Adelaide central market is considered a cultural and food hub for almost one and a half centuries now. There are a staggering 8.5 million visitors annually. The market is a mini carnival in its own sense. Abuzz with life and colour all year round it is a place where you find a huge variety of fresh food including fruits, veggies, meats and poultry, seafood, bakery products, nuts, sweets, cheese as well as a range of organic and healthy food. The regular shoppers here are highly loyal consumers who would rarely shop elsewhere. Adelaide Central Market reflects the local culture, so simply observing the surrounding will be a great experience for a traveller. The market generally is open from Tuesday to Saturday. There are also interesting market tours organized that are great ways to explore most of the market.

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