Barossa Farmers Market, Angaston

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  • Visited the small market, yet very friendly + excited morning market. A must visit icon market before the Barrosa Wine Tour.  more »
  • We visited the Barossa Farmers Market last Saturday after glowing recommendations from some locals and it was well worth the cold and early start! There were a number of varied stalls and the vendors ...  more »
  • The markets appear to be a must visit destination for both locals and tourists on a Saturday morning. We certainly make a bee line here whenever we are in the Barossa. You can purchase beautiful looki...  more »
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  • No handicap parking even though the website says it's available. You can't park anywhere near the door and the side entrance has a steep slope which is dangerous if you are mobility impaired or in a wheelchair. Only one accessible entrance and NO access to toilets for the handicapped. People also park their cars near the toilets making it hard to get near the door for many people. Very uneven ground with concrete edging to traverse. The toilets are around the back and you have to walk a long way to get to them. Very poorly maintained unisex toilets. I do not recommend going here if you have any issues with your mobility or you'll find something will block you or trip you up. Staff toilets are right near the entrance and may be accessible but are kept locked and unavailable to the public.
  • Probably the most friendly farmers market I've ever been to. Every stall is full of 'buy local' love! A couple of stalls really stood out; Saskia Beer and her ridiculously tasty chicken tarragon sausage rolls, and the strawberry stall as you walk in. A definite visit and worth the early wake up.
  • Great collection of fine and fresh foods. Only one choice for hot breakfast so eat before you go
  • Great markets with plenty of variety. The small food court is absolute rubbish. Over crowded and people lining up in every direction makes it hard to sit down for a quick coffee. Needs an overhaul.
  • Good range of local produce available with friendly knowledgeable people keen to help.