Discover the history of Haigh's, founded on May 1st 1915 by Alfred E Haigh in Adelaide, South Australia.
We are Australia's oldest family-owned chocolate maker making fine chocolates from the cocoa bean since 1915.
We are a proud supporter of a number of community projects and environmental causes including UTZ and the Bilby.
At Haigh’s Chocolates we have a longstanding commitment to support the community through a number of key activities such as sponsorship, donations, fundraising and partnerships.
Keep up with the latest happenings at Haigh's. Learn about our latest product releases, news, special promotions and competitions.
We offer exciting career opportunities across Manufacturing, Retail and Corporate areas of our business; discover current opportunities including seasonal work.
Join us for a free guided viewing tour to learn the history of Haigh's and how we make premium quality chocolate from cocoa beans sourced from plantations around the world.
We ask that you telephone (08) 8372 7070 to inquire about availability and remind that bookings are essential to avoid disappointment
Please note tours will not be available from Thursday 22nd March to Monday 2nd April inclusive due to the Easter trading.
See our team of confectioners using artisan skills to create and hand finish our delicious range of chocolates. Enjoy special chocolate tastings during the tour and complimentary tea and coffee at the end of the tour.
Make sure you leave enough time to explore our Visitor Centre retail store. Select from an extensive range of factory fresh chocolates and confectionery, including our famous frogs, truffles, fruit centres, fudges and bars. Some chocolate seconds are also available.
The Visitor Centre is located on the edge of Adelaide's parklands just a short drive south of the city centre at 154 Greenhill Road, Parkside, South Australia.
Tours operate Monday and Saturday between 9am and 2.30pm, Tuesday to Friday 9am to 4pm and are unavailable on Sundays or public holidays.
Please note: Wheelchairs and attendees with mobility issues will be able to access a reduced part of the tour. There are a small amount of stairs to negotiate for the complete tour.