Top Choice Books in Adelaide

Imprints Booksellers

The best bookshop in Adelaide is in the worst location (in the thick of the Hindley St strip-club fray). Still, don't let it bug you: jazz, floorboards, Persian rugs and occasional live readings and book launches mo…
Top Choice Books in Adelaide


Lefty, arty and subversive in the best possible way, Streetlight is the place to find that elusive Miles Davis disc or Charles Bukowski poetry compilation.
Cheese in Angaston

Barossa Valley Cheese Company

The Barossa Valley Cheese Company is a fabulously stinky room, selling handmade cheeses from the milk of local cows and goats. Tastings are free, but it's unlikely you'll leave without buying a wedge of the Washingt…
Books in Stirling Area

Matilda Bookshop

What a surprise! This compact village bookshop is just as good as anything down the freeway in Adelaide, with an especially good range of kids’, gardening and foodie titles. Ask the owner how Norwood Football Club h…
Cheese in Victor Harbor

Alexandrina Cheese Company

On the road to Mt Compass, 18km north of Victor Harbor, this Fleurieu success story opens its doors to cheese fans and milkshake mavens. Taste the gouda, the edam and the feta, then buy a block of the powerful vinta…
Fashion & Accessories in Adelaide

Miss Gladys Sym Choon

Named after a famed Rundle St trader from the 1920s (the first woman in SA to incorporate a business) this hip shop is the place for fab frocks, rockin' boots, street-beating sneakers, jewellery, watches and hats.
Market in Angaston

Barossa Farmers Market

Happens in the big farm shed behind Vintners Bar & Grill every Saturday. Expect hearty Germanic offerings, coffee, flowers, lots of local produce and questionable buskers.
Fashion & Accessories in Adelaide

Midwest Trader

Stocks a snarling range of punk, skate, vintage, biker and rockabilly gear, plus secondhand cowboy boots. Rock on! Check out its Facebook page for its latest wares.
Market in Adelaide

Adelaide Farmers Market

Don't mind dragging yourself out of bed too early on a Sunday and paying $8 for an organic parsnip? The Adelaide Farmers Market is for you! Actually, ignore our cynicism – the food offerings here are fabulous: fresh…
Food in Mt Barker

Buzz Honey

In Mt Barker's industrial backblocks, Buzz Honey has been generating quite a buzz of late, selling superb Adelaide Hills honey from its nondescript shopfront. Learn about the process, taste some, then buy some to go…