Something Wild / Adelaide Central Market
Something Wild specialises
in a range of Indigenous Food and Open Range Game meats. Our shop is located at the Adelaide Central Market, and is a
must see to experience true Australian outback products right in the heart of
Something Wild is a Registered Business on Supply Nation’s Indigenous Business Direct.
At Something Wild we are at the forefront of supplying Indigenous food to restaurants and consumers around Australia. We have built strong relationships with Indigenous communities giving us the privilege of being able to promote and supply unique produce from one of the world’s oldest cultures. Not only does this provide our customers with the opportunity to experience these products that celebrate Indigenous culture, but it also provides positive opportunities and outcomes for many rural Indigenous communities.
We specialise in kangaroo, open range boar, goat, crocodile, rabbit, wild and farmed venison, game birds, emu, camel and other exotic game meats.
- Tuesday - 7AM - 5.30PM
- Wednesday - 8AM - 3PM
- Thursday - 8AM - 5.30PM
- Friday - 7AM - 9PM
- Saturday - 7AM - 3PM
Check out this video from Chef Peter Haycroft, head chef at Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre (MCEC). It’s been great working with him to get his menu together for the The Lowitja Institute International Health & Wellbeing Conference.
Delegates will enjoy a feast of Indigenous produce supplied by Something Wild. We’re proud to be associated this great event and exceptional menu!
Date: Wednesday 11 May 2016
Motlop and Gunner Partnership Announced.
Something Wild to become Australia’s first Indigenous-owned native greens and game provider.
Richard Gunner’s Fine Meats has joined forces with the Motlop family and announced the new partnership which will see Something Wild become Australia’s first Indigenous-owned native greens, game and traditional meat provider.
Something Wild will focus on using Indigenous harvesters and employees throughout the business and has a strong commitment to fostering positive relationships with Indigenous communities to create economic opportunities for Aboriginal people. The established company has already supplied Indigenous produce to some of Australia’s top restaurants and internationally acclaimed chefs including Noma Australia, Orana as well as Heston Blumenthal’s The Fat Duck when it was in Australia. Something Wild also sell these products to the public at their retail outlet in the Adelaide Central Markets.
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