From 9am until 1pm, there is a thriving Farmers' market every Sunday at the Adelaide Showgrounds in Unley. When it is wet, stalls are relocated indoors.
As well as fresh fruit and vegetables there are such delicacies as yabbies, chocolates, wine, cheese and baked goods and home made icecream.
Everything looked very fresh and well priced and there was a happy, family atmosphere as shoppers rested and refreshed themselves with tea and coffee and various snacks.
For the Dutch people: there is a Dutch shop in Adelaide. It is called 'De Hollandse Winkel'. Allthough it is expensive, it is still nice to hang around in the shop.
There was a funny thing in the Dutch shop. They sold magazines. But there were German magazines as well... Not Dutch at all.
If you want to buy souvenirs, you can do that at all souvenirshops. But there is also a wholesale shop at Muller Road. You will find over 1000 lines of giftware, kangaroo skins, lamb skins and big range of clothing. The best part is that it is cheaper than in the regular souvenirshops.
They are open from Monday to Friday 8.30am - 5pm. Also open on Saturday morning.
There are a lot of interesting little shops, cafes and restaurants here and the shopkeepers are incredibly nice. Remember to say 'hello' and 'goodbye' when coming and going in the small shops. The Christmas Shop on Goodwood Road is a personal favourite of mine.