Over the past 15 years we have received numerous questions on the Barossa Farmers Market, so we have put together a FAQ area to assist you with any query you may have.

If we haven’t answered your question, please feel free to contact us.

Where are you located?
On the corner of Stockwell Rd & Angaston Rd, Angaston. For Google Maps 700 – 740 Stockwell Rd Angaston.
When are you open?
Every Saturday, rain, hail or shine from 7.30 am to 11.30 am.

However, do check for Christmas and New Year’s opening as our producers may choose to take a holiday over this period.

Is your produce organic?
We have Certified Organic Producers and Minimal Spray Producers, in meat, fruit, and vegetables. Our stallholders are happy to answer questions about their practices.
What is the Barossa Farmers Market?

The Barossa Farmers Market is a community run market, committed to supporting local dairy, meat, fruit, and vegetable growers in the region.

The Barossa Farmers Market is a testing ground for local small food businesses.

The Barossa Farmers Market is a wonderful place to shop.

Who operates the Barossa Farmers Market?
The Barossa Farmers Market is run by a volunteer Board made up of stallholders and financial members of the Barossa Farmers Market community.

The Market employs a General Manager and Market Operations Coordinator who manage the daily operations of the market in line with the direction set by the Barossa Farmers’ Market Board.

Which payment methods are accepted in the Market?

Cash is accepted by all stallholders. An ATM is available for cash withdrawals, next to the Breakfast Bar. A selection of stallholders have cashless options (stallholder contact details can be found on our Stallholders page, if you wish to check in advance).

EFTPOS is available at the Breakfast Bar for purchases.

What makes shopping at the Barossa Farmers Market different than a supermarket?

We offer a different experience and mulitple benefits such as:

–  the stallholders receive a retail price rather than a wholesale price.
– Shoppers can build relationships with the growers, and can be advised on how to select, store, and cook what they grow.

You also have the availability to taste what is produced, so that you can purchase at peak ripeness. The produce you are able to purchase from the Market is often picked the day before, so that one has access to the foods at their freshest.

We offer a community experience, where you can meet friends and family, enjoy a chat over breakfast, and where more dollars will stay within the community.

By shopping at the Barossa Farmers Market, you can lower your carbon footprint. Purchasing produce from local growers reduces the number of miles that food has to travel before it reaches your table.

Are dogs allowed at the market?

Dogs are allowed outside of the market shed, but not within; however, there is an exception towards guide dogs.

Do I need to bring my own shopping bag to the Market?
We encourage our shoppers to supply their own bags for shopping at the Market. We are phasing out the usage of single use bags within the Market for produce. Reusable carry shopping bags are available for purchase from our information booth.
How do I retrieve my lost property?

If you left something behind at the markets, please visit the Information Booth within market hours or contact the Market Manager on 0402026882 or email info@barossafarmersmarket.com 

Where do I Park?
There is plenty of parking on and around the market grounds and on Nuriootpa Road.

Why not ride a bicycle to the Market? A bike rack is available.

Please be aware that the area is a shared access way with many families coming to shop at the Market.

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