Acknowledgement of Country
We are honoured to be on the ancestral lands of the Peramangk people.
We acknowledge the First Australians as the traditional custodians of this land, whose cultures are among the oldest living cultures in human history.
We pay respect to the elders of the community and extend our recognition to their descendants who are present.
Fantastic farmers market, not only do you get great produce, but you are supporting local farmers etc. Lovely friendly atmosphere, coffee & breakfast!
Excellent produce and homemade products. I thoroughly enjoyed the experience. My children also had a good time with free samples. I also had a delicious breakfast at the cafe, I would highly recommend a visit!
The selection is unreal, great atmosphere, a well run and organised market. Would highly recommend going.
Was absolutely fantastic. Produce was amazing and fresh. The breakfast was unbelievable, absolutely delicious!
Good atmosphere, produce brilliant. Vendors very helpful. Eclectic vibe and patrons. Loved it. Food in food shed worth the effort and expense. Good place to catch up with friends or attend with friends. Will be going again!
The best all inclusive everything offered market. Veg, beef, pork; chicken, fish, cereal, bread cheese, sweets and breakfast available + coffee!! Breakfast is amazing and the prices are fab. A weekly ritual.
Located at the Mt Pleasant Showground
Melrose Street, Mt Pleasant SA 5235
Ph. 0493 280 881
Saturday 8.00am - 12 noon
A Day In Mount Pleasant
The historic township of Mount Pleasant is as lovely as its name with it main street avenue of trees, two historic bakeries, (one set in the old flour mill building), two lovely country pubs (one of which was the stop for the Cobb & Co coaches), point of interests including the township being the top of Torrens River.
From Mt Pleasant we have easy access to other major tourism places eg National Motor Museum in Birdwood, the Murray River, and the gateway to Barossa for weekend trippers. Tourist access from city side sees a lovely drive through Adelaide Hills