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Adelaide Central Market

Adelaide Central Market

Loc: Australia - South Australia - Adelaide
Kind: Shopping - Market
Rating: 9.5 / 10
Hot: 5.0 / 5      What is Hot Index?
Addr: 44-60 Gouger St, Adelaide SA 5000, Australia
Tel: (08) 8203 7494
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Introduction of Adelaide Central Market

Adelaide Central Market is located on the (Victoria Square) side of Victoria Square, the center of (Adelaide) in Adelaide, South Australia, next to (Chinatown), Chinatown, a 140-year-old market. It's the heart of Adelaide, one of the landmarks of Adelaide, with more than a million people coming in and out every month, either watching guest chefs show off cooking, or attending cooking classes; The peddlers yelled at each other, mixed with live music performances, and there was a lot of hustle and bustle in the market.

Adelaide Central Market1869 was founded by German immigrants. Since then, immigrants from all over the world have brought their home delicacies to the market one after another, forming colorful multi-cultural and multi-ethnic areas. Today, it is not only a food market, but also a microcosm of South Australia's multiculturalism, reflecting the unique history of immigrant entrepreneurship and struggle in South Australia. Every stall in the market has a moving story, meaningful and memorable. Today's central market has more than 250 meals, bustling and bustling, selling a wide range of fresh fruits, vegetables, cheese, seafood, European meat and organic products, attracting millions of gourmets and millions of people.

To preserve the value of the Adelaide Central Market's cultural heritage, the South Australian government has cut rents and allowed generations of hawkers to continue to operate. There are many specialty shops, Australia's most delicious cheese, live taste, and nostalgic cafes, mainly run by Italians who emigrate to Adelaide. Every Friday night is the busiest time here, there are live music shows and cooking demonstrations and so on. Visitors should note that the central market is closed on Sundays and Mondays.

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