Hutt Street - City South East

Hutt Street is a relaxed shopping and dining strip in the South Eastern corner of the City and is often referred to as the ‘Village in the City’. Popular cafes and restaurants include Chianti, The Havelock Hotel, Biga Cafe, Coffylosophy, Cibo, Bocelli, Bar Torino, Parc, Ballaboosta, House of Chow and Hereford Beefstouw line the mainstreet. Ample parking is provided in the mainstreet and adjacent side streets. Many residents live close by in historical cottages and recently built apartment blocks.

Gouger Street - South West

Gouger Street is located adjacent to the Adelaide Central Market and Chinatown. The street is well known for the wide selection of restaurants, cafes and bars offering international cuisine, including Chinese, Thai, Mexican, Italian and Greek. The availability of fresh South Australian produce such as olives, cheeses, fruits and nuts in the nearby Market ensures top quality meals for guests. Plenty of parking is available in the UPark above the Market and on the street. The $400m Central Market Arcade redevelopment will overlook Gouger Street.

Rundle Mall - City East

Rundle Mall is the shopping heart of the City with over 1000 retailers and service providers. It is home to the State’s largest department stores David Jones and Myer as well as flagship stores for many of the big brands including Apple, Uniqlo, Sephora, H&M, Mecca, Nestle, Kathmandu, Ted Baker, Swarovski,  RM Williams and many more. The Mall has exclusive fashion brands and unique retailers found within the many shopping arcades and centres, including the iconic Adelaide Arcade, Myer Centre, Rundle Place, Adelaide Central Plaza, Rundle Mall Plaza, City Cross and Regent Arcade.

O'Connell Street - North Adelaide

O’Connell Street is located on the northern side of the CBD in historic North Adelaide. The mainstreet is anchored by the North Adelaide Village Shopping Centre that houses many small specialty shops and a popular Romeos Supermarket. Over 200 restaurants, cafes, homewares and service providers line the street that carries over 30,000 vehicles per day on average. The newly renovated Wallis Piccadilly Cinema in an art-deco building is popular with the 4,500 local residents and complements the many historic commercial, residential and accommodation buildings. A significant new development is well underway at 88 O’Connell Street.

Rundle Street - City East

Rundle Street offers an extensive range of fashion boutiques, designer stores and quirky gift stores nestled amongst top quality restaurants and cafes. Fashion brands include Gorman, Zimmermann, Morrisons, SABA, Harvey the Label, Naomi Murrell, MJ Bale, Leonard Street, Flannel and Mid-West Trader. Customers can enjoy coffee at Hey Jupiter, Exchange and Penny University or a meal at Mothervine, Belgian Beer Cafe or Aunty Megs Kitchen. Palace Cinemas offer an enticing range of mainstream titles, international and local art-house films, operas and events. 

Hindley Street - City West

Hindley Street is the entertainment hub of the City as many venues provide live music, dance club venues and sophisticated small bars. The West End is also a vibrant centre for contemporary arts, performance spaces and cultural institutions including the popular Jam Factory, Mercury Cinema, Samstag Gallery and MOD Gallery. The University of SA West End Campus offers students media, architecture, design and arts studies. The Royal Adelaide Hospital, SAHMRI medical research facilities and University of Adelaide Health & Medical Services buildings are located close by in North Terrace.

Pirie Street - City East

Pirie Street is located in the heart of the City’s commercial and office district opposite Waymouth Street. The City of Adelaide Council offices, Telstra, Santos, Channel 9 and KPMG are located in Pirie Street close to several popular dining establishments. Pizza E Mozzarella, Osteria Oggi, Abbots and Kinney, Olive, Love Your Momma, Golden Wattle and Pirie & Co are just some of the restaurants trading in Pirie Street. Convenient parking is available at the Wyatt Street car park.

Waymouth Street - City West

Waymouth Street is nestled in the commercial office and business district of the city linking King William Street to West Terrace. The ANZ Bank and Advertiser head offices are located at the eastern end close to many restaurants and cafes such as Georges on Waymouth, Mylk, Press Food and Wine, Melt, Proof, Jack Greens and the Cumby Hotel. Customers can park on the street or undercover at the Topham UPark above Topham Mall. The new GPO development is currently in progress adjacent to a planned Westin Hotel. A quirky laneway ‘Arbor Lane’ is attracting many loyal customers.

Grote Street - South West

Grote Street provides a gateway into the City and Victoria Square just 15 minutes away from the Adelaide Airport. Grote Street runs parallel to Gouger Street between the Adelaide Central Market which houses a large range of fresh food and retail offerings. The street connects to Chinatown providing access to the many international restaurants in the area as well as The Central City Bus Station. Grote Street houses the newly upgraded Her Majesty’s Theatre and the Hilton.

Melbourne Street - North Adelaide

Melbourne Street is located in North Adelaide and provides an important entry point for traffic from the North Eastern suburbs of Adelaide. The street is surrounded by cottages, apartments and beautiful tree-lined streets. The refurbished 1871 Lion Hotel is a standout feature alongside the Melbourne Wine Cellars and many unique cafes, leisure and service businesses. This street is within walking distance of two of Adelaide’s major attractions – the Adelaide Zoo and Adelaide Oval Stadium providing a destination for evening and weekend dining. The western end of the street is predominantly specialists and offices. 

North Terrace - City West

North Terrace is the culture and education boulevard of the City, with the SA Museum, Art Gallery of SA, State Library, University of Adelaide, UniSA campuses and medical research facilities all located here. In addition, North Terrace is lined with high quality hotels including the Intercontinental, Stamford Grand, The Playford Adelaide and the Skycity Casino and Adelaide Convention Centre. The iconic Tiffany & Co boutique and David Jones are centrally located on North Terrace. Lot Fourteen and the Botanic Gardens are situated at the eastern end.

King William Street

King William Street is the central link to surrounding areas of the City as it runs north to south through the centre to Victoria Square and beyond to South Terrace. The Tram network and many bus routes traverse King William Street providing easy access to the surrounding suburbs. The Town Hall and Adina Hotel are key sites located opposite the new Charter Hall GPO development, ANZ Head Office and well-established Electra House. The Bank of China and many specialist opal and gem retailers are located at the North Terrace end of the street.

Pulteney Street

Pulteney Street runs north-south from North Terrace through Hindmarsh Square and Hurtle Square to South Terrace. It intersects with many key pedestrian trails including the Rundle Mall/Rundle Street corners, Pirie Street, Angas and Gilles Street. In addition to the brand-new Calvary Hospital, there are a wide variety of businesses along Pulteney Street including hotels, cafes, creative workspaces, tyre businesses and a service station.   

West Terrace - City West

West Terrace on the western boundary of the CBD is a busy roadway carrying traffic moving through and around the City. West Terrace overlooks the west parklands and is one of the first locations visitors see when travelling from the Adelaide Airport only 15 minutes away. Impressive car dealerships including CMI Toyota, Lexus, Jarvis Subaru and BMW are located on West Terrace and now the new home of Ferrari.