It's vintage, vintage, vintage…
Every Sunday some thirty traders led by the mercurial Mike Pratt welcome Adelaide to take a stroll down memory lane. Selling recycled goods to be passed onto another generation... So instead of ending up at Wingfield... It might end up somewhere in Springfield.
It’s definitely a treasure hunters’ heaven with old lamps made out of cyclone fencing, manual vacuum cleaners, stuff from the fifties, even back to the thirties. There’s Popeye memorabilia, robots and space toys.
The sellers hold court in a big barn that's home to dairy cows at show time and is becoming surprisingly popular with the young one’s, seeking out Danish inspired furniture and vintage prints.
The vintage market is one of Adelaide’s best kept secrets but with the produce market nearby attracting thousands on a Sunday, the secret won’t last.