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Oh dear. Great locatoin - and after having experienced Adelaide Central Market this was a huge disappointment. Location has sooooo much potential, but this is like lots of little Op Shops with no atmosphere, no good food carts/stalls (really bog awful fair ground vans outside).............More
It was disappointing as a lot of the stalks have gone. A lot of overpriced tat is on show. Only a few places worth looking at now.
This was an ok place for a visit a few years ago but it has gone downhill. Prices...More
This market may not be to everyone's taste.
It's a mainly brick a brack type market, pure and simple, if you don't like that sort of thing, don't go.
It is a good way to spend time getting some exercise, and it's undercover.
This is a mumbo jumbo of a place in many ways. The aisles are so tight in some of the stalls that it’s better to stay out of them. The amenities are not well looked after and the food outlets are minimal. This was our...More
The best about the Wharf markets is that it is all undercover, No Sun, No Rain!! Hence creating a pleasant atmosphere to stroll around making sure you cover all the nooks & crannies hidden there... try to walk every lane as you may miss out...More
Fisherman`s Wharf at Port Adelaide has over 200 stalls. Prices however, tend to be expensive and there tends to be too much bric-a-brac !!! The wharf areas & lighthouse are more interesting in my opinion. There are a number of interesting museums nearby. Some research...More
opening on sunday morning ,this market is near the port adelaide lighthouse and waterfront. it's like warehouse with many sellers of local homemade products: jam, marmalade, antique, collectible objects, toy, vintage cloths, china, coins, bank notes, women accessories and so on. there are food truck,...More