Gawler Farmers' Market

  • About the Gawler Farmers' Market

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    Gawler Farmers’ Market now running every Saturday morning from 8am until 12noon from the Gawler Visitor Information Centre car park (the corner of Murray St and Lyndoch Rd, Gawler).

    The market showcases fresh, seasonal South Australian produce, sold directly from farmers and producers to the local community. The stallholders provide a diverse mix of meats, fruits, vegetables, eggs, nuts, jams and chutney, breads and smallgoods.

    The Gawler Farmers’ Market has been established through a partnership between the Town of Gawler council and the Adelaide Farmers’ Market. This project has been supported by the Government of South Australia's Regional Development Fund.

  • What's on at the Gawler Farmers' Market this Saturday

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    Check out what's happening, who is there, what's on offer and what's in season! Click here for This Week's Gawler Market.

    Click the image left to see the latest video to get a flavour of the hustle, bustle and fun of the Gawler Farmers' Market.

  • Connect with the Gawler Farmers' Market


    Like to become a stallholder?  Register an expression of interest here.

    For regular updates on which growers and producers will be attending the market, like the Gawler Farmers' Market page on Facebook 

    Fancy busking at the Gawler Farmers' Market? You can register online and make a booking here  to come along and join in the market fun.

    Do you have a few hours to spare on a Saturday morning? We'd love to have you help out at the Information Stand. You can contact us here if you're interested.

  • Kid's Club, Sustainability Workshops and the Market Kitchen



    Every first Saturday of the month we'll have Kid's Club activities for our youngest market goers. We'll have fun cookery, gardening and educational activities for children.


    Partnered with the Gawler Regional Natural Resource Centre we'll be running Sustainable Living workshops with topics such as worm farming and growing native plants. These workshops will happen on the second Saturday of the month. You can follow the GRNRC on Facebook here.


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    On the third Saturday of the month we'll have a Market Kitchen demonstration with guest chefs cooking up delicious recipes using fresh, seasonal market produce.

DJ Citrus
Eko Fruits
Kuhl Kooking
The Atheron Farms