Food and Wine

Visit world-famous wineries and first class eateries

If you know wine, then you’ll know South Australia. Barossa, McLaren Vale and Coonawarra are just a sampling of the great wine regions in South Australia. There are more than 200 cellar doors on Adelaide’s doorstep.

Picnic at The Winehouse, Langhorne Creek - Fleurieu Peninsula

The only question will be, “where first”? If you love food, then you will be spoilt for choice. Whether you’re interested in fossicking through markets to make a picnic lunch or wanting to dine in a luxury restaurant, we’ve got you covered. 

The finest produce

Adelaide Central Market is bustling with excitement. Choose from fresh fruit and vegetables picked in the morning. Vie for a spot at one of the popular cafés for a coffee or something scrumptious to eat. Local markets dotted around South Australia add their own vibe, with locally baked pies and cakes that will surely get your tummy rumbling for more.

A food lover’s delight

Want to be treated like royalty or one of the family? Restaurants, cafés and bistros across the state deliver traditional dishes from around the world. You will find hearty, homestyle meals and original culinary creations.

Even a simple salad roll or fish and chips become a special occasion when paired with a glass of South Australian wine. We love our food and wine. So will you.

Welcome to the world of South Australian food and wine. It’s what we are known for.

South Australian Food and Wine Guide

Discover the best that South Australia has to offer and plan your next food and wine adventure with the South Australian Food and Wine Guide. It has all the information you need on cellar doors, markets, restaurants and food producers.

Eat Local SA

Eat Local SA

Do you want to eat like a local? Eat Local is an easy way for you to eat and buy authentic South Australian food. Look for the Eat Local signs as you travel or visit
Eat Local SA.

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