The lands around Uraidla in South Australia are used to grow many types of food and the public can buy them fresh from the people that grow them twice a month at the Uraidla Hills Producers Market.
The market is on every first and third Sunday each month of the year. The Uraidla Hills Producers Market opens to buyers at 10:00 in the morning and closes at 3:00 in the afternoon.
The types of items that the market is known for are the fresh produce, plants and crafts. Many types of fruit and vegetables are available to buy, and different produce will be ripe during different times of the year. The region is known for its grapes but also has delicious berries, apples and olives.
The market is in the Uraidla Institute building, on Greenhill Road in the town of Uraidla.
Uraidla is located east of Adelaide, in the Adelaide Hills region. It takes less than an hour to get to the Uraidla Hills Producers Market from the centre of Adelaide. Just follow Greenhill Road east out of Adelaide, and when driving along the Princes Highway take the exit to then travel north Mount Lofty Summit Road to get to Greenhill Road.