City Centre Shopping Walk, Adelaide

City Centre Shopping Walk (Self Guided), Adelaide

Whether you are a shopaholic who stays abreast of the hottest trends, enjoy window shopping or have a nose for a bargain, Adelaide city center has something for you. There is a vast array of shops ready to be explored. The principle shopping district in Adelaide is Rundle Mall, a pedestrianized street mall with more than 1,000 stores, including high-street brands and specialty stores. With street cafés, large trees and buskers, the mall is a delightful place to spend some time. There are also several arcades branching off the mall.

Food options are plentiful in the city center and include the international eateries of Adelaide's Chinatown, an appetizing mix of five star restaurants, cafés, food courts, wine bars and pubs. You can access Chinatown via an entrance on Grote Street, a road that is noted for its antiques and collectables, including South Australian items.

Do save some time to visit Adelaide's Central Market, one of the largest under cover markets in the Southern Hemisphere. This has been a popular food destination for more than 140 years, and it encompasses approximately 80 stalls all under one roof. Come here to enjoy the lively atmosphere and to shop for fish, fruit, meat, vegetables, seafood, baked goods, cheese, health foods and poultry.
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City Centre Shopping Walk Map

Guide Name: City Centre Shopping Walk
Guide Location: Australia » Adelaide
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Discovery)
Travel Distance: 2.5 Km or 1.6 Miles
Author: Linda
Rundle Street corner with Pulteney Street

3) Rundle Street corner with Pulteney Street

Rundle Mall, Adelaide Arcade

4) Rundle Mall, Adelaide Arcade

Rundle Mall corner with King William Street

10) Rundle Mall corner with King William Street

King William Street, Adelaide Town Hall

11) King William Street, Adelaide Town Hall

Grote Street, Central Market

12) Grote Street, Central Market

Moonta Street

13) Moonta Street

Walking Tours in Adelaide, Australia

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