What is it? Established in 1869, the Adelaide Central Market is the undisputed jewel in the city's produce crown.
Why go? One of the largest undercover markets in the southern hemisphere, it has more than 70 traders from over 40 nationalities under the one roof, selling a whopping one million kilograms of fruit and vegetables every month – not to mention meat, cheese, seafood, coffee, spices, and smallgoods. The market is a melting pot of cuisines such as Lucias Fine Foods, which is argued to be the first Australian restaurant to serve pizza, and Real Falafel, which serves incredible Middle Eastern falafel wraps. So you can't go wrong by just walking in and wandering the aisles, but if you want a true taste of ‘the Market’ (as the locals call it), book yourself on a guided tour.