Everyone loves a visit to the Adelaide Hills. Just an hour away from Adelaide and yet a world away from the city. Visit Mt Barker, Handorf…or just roam around finding roadside stalls.
Below we have a list of roadside stalls tagged as Adelaide Hills. If you click through to them you’ll find that all have a list of what they sell and where they are located. You can use this to plan a day or weekend in the Adelaide Hills fossicking at roadside stalls.
We don’t have many yet so if you come across any, please take some photos and add them to our directory. You’ll be doing them a favour by helping people find their roadside stall. You’ll also be doing us and our visitors a favour by helping build up Australia’s only directly dedicated to roadside stalls.
Have fun exploring Adelaide Hills and enjoy visiting these stalls.
This directory of roadside stalls is a work in progress. Our list of Adelaide Hills roadside stalls is small compared to how many stalls exist in that area. We’d love it if you added a stall. It can be yours or just one you’ve found in your travels. By adding to the directory you’ll be making it a resource that will benefit anyone who visits the Adelaide Hills. We’re entirely in this for the love of it and don’t make any money from it at all. If you love roadside stalls as much as we do then please be part of it.
When you add your listing tag it as Adelaide Hills. That way it’ll be included on this page.
The Adelaide Hills region is located in the southern Mount Lofty Ranges east of the city of Adelaide in the state of South Australia. It is an easy 30-minute drive from Adelaide CBD and the highest point is Mount Lofty, 712 metres above sea level. The Adelaide Hills are home to some of South Australia’s best food, wine and scenery, and it’s all so easy to access along the Epicurean Way road trip. Adelaide Hills Tourism acknowledges the Peramangk people as the traditional custodians and caretakers of the land that is known as the Adelaide Hills. Adelaide Hills Council is a local government area in the Adelaide Hills of South Australia. The Adelaide Hills Visitor Information Centre is available to help visitors explore the region. The Adelaide Hills wine region comprises areas of the Adelaide Hills above 300 m (980 ft). The Adelaide Hills are a popular destination for visitors, with many attractions to explore including the National Motor Museum, Cleland National Park and Wildlife Park, Heysen Trail and Mawson Trail, and many more.