Supported by Alexandrina Council
The bakery line-up on the Fleurieu Peninsula.

The bakery line-up on the Fleurieu Peninsula.

The Bakeries of the Fleurieu Peninsula

Our Local Alexandrina

When it comes to hot pies, delicious house-made breads, and sweet treats, it goes without saying that local South Australians are spoilt for choice when it comes to choosing a bakery to visit on the Fleurieu Peninsula. Whether it is Goolwa Bakeries 100+ year old traditions and famous vanilla slice, or the infamous Port Elliot Bakery where whatever you decide to eat is well worth the wait, the Alexandrina area has great bakeries that will take you a full weekend to get around to each one. So here they are!

Port Elliot Bakery  – Famous for its donut of the month, long (well worth the wait) lines during peak seasonal times. Port Elliot Bakery is sure to hit the spot!

Goolwa Bakery – Nestled in the backstreets of Goolwa, just off the main street lives a bakery that was built in 1912 and has been dishing out hot pies ever since as one of Goolwa’s longest running businesses. Be sure to pick up something hot and a vanilla slice.

Home Grain Bakery – With a mission to make happier people, how could you go wrong! Beginning first in Aldinga and then setting up roots in Middleton, Home Grain Bakery is committed to sourcing local ingredients, serving hot, strong coffee and making sure everyone who comes in leaves with a smile.

Strath Corner Bakery – Over a decade into operation and the McDonald family have doubled the size of the former Heritage Bakery. With a huge range of hot pastries, breads and treats, the Strath Corner Bakery is sure to have all your bakery cravings covered.

Make sure to get in to one (or all) of these bakeries soon to show your support. Simply by taking a quick photo of your food, tagging the business on social media can have a huge, positive effect on business for the local bakeries. Make sure to tag @ourlocalalexandrina to keep us up to date with all your delicious finds.