SHOPPING CENTRES / ARCADES
Adelaide Arcade - Eclectic, Independent shops
Adelaide Arcade offers an enchanting shopping experience within a beautiful and historical setting. The Arcade is filled with eye-catching independent businesses including jewellery stores, Raw Pearls and Adelaide Hatters. There are many options for customers to meet friends over a cup of coffee at many of the cafes while soaking up the atmosphere of this 135-year-old building, including the adjoining Gays Arcade. The Arcade has a wonderful Museum on level 1 adjacent to a bespoke tailor and design jeweller. The Arcade has a strong focus on independent retailers and ‘one off’ stores providing a unique retail offer.
Rundle Place - Destination Fashion Brands
Rundle Place provides a setting for upmarket and premium quality retail lifestyle and fashion stores within the heart of the CBD. Rundle Place has ushered in a new era of international retailing to Adelaide with iconic stores including Apple, L’Occitane and Ted Baker. The centre also features the Seed Heritage, Country Road, Witchery and Kookai flagship stores and 50 food, fashion, health and beauty specialty stores over three levels. The centre is anchored by a quality Coles supermarket and an international food court on lower ground floor and easy to access undercover onsite car parking.
Adelaide Central Plaza - A World Class Destination and home of David Jones
Adelaide Central Plaza is located in the centre of Rundle Mall and offers a four level David Jones department store, 50 specialty stores and Dine Central – the premier dining precinct on the lower level. The Centre houses the international flagship store Tiffany & Co in addition to Solid Gold Diamonds, Veronika Maine, Calibre, Cue, Bed Bath n Table, The Body Shop and Pandora. The 28,000 square metre centre has access to 2,800 car parks and attracts 4 million customers per year.
North Adelaide Village - Carefree Shopping
North Adelaide Village is located on O’Connell Street, a vibrant street which is one of the main arterial roads into the City from the Northern suburbs. The Centre is anchored by a very popular Romeo’s Foodland Supermarket, Organic Wholefoods and a Goodlife Gym that attracts both local residents and customers from nearby Prospect, Medindie and Walkerville. North Adelaide Village is home to all things healthy, fresh food, chemist, contemporary restaurants, cafes and kiosks including Pippo Cafe/Restaurant and UN Caffe. North Adelaide Village offers two hours of free parking for shoppers, making it easy and convenient for customers to complete their weekly shopping, visit the gym, or dine out.
Regent Arcade - In the heart of Rundle Mall
Regent Arcade has long been a special building in Adelaide’s heart. Its story goes back to 1928 when it opened as The Regent Theatre, often described as one of the most beautiful and luxurious theatres of its time. It was the third Regent Theatre to open in the Hoyts chain and became the hub of entertainment in Adelaide until the 1960’s, when it closed for extensive renovations to establish the marvellous arcade it is today. This history means the shopfronts showcase unique character and old-world charm, making for a fascinating stroll between Grenfell Street and Rundle Mall. The heritage-listed façade welcomes you to many independent retailers and eateries including Have You Met Charlie gifts, Larry & Ladd café and Sarah Rothe Jewellery. The centre is anchored by some well- known destinations including the Red Cross Blood Bank, BUPA, and Peter Shearer Menswear.
City Cross Arcade - Harvey Norman and Australia Post
City Cross Arcade is located in the heart of the city, with entrances on Rundle Mall, Grenfell Street, Gawler Place and James Place. The arcade is anchored by the key stores Harvey Norman, Rebel Sports and Australia Post, as well as offering a range of fashion, gifts and homewares stores. It has beauty based services including a men’s barber, hair and beauty, nail salon with convenient services including ATMs, pharmacy, watch doctor and lotteries agent. The International Food Court has a range of takeaway options including a Mad Mex and Indian cuisine offering a wide range of quality meals and quick bites to satisfy any craving.
The Myer Centre- 5 levels of Shopping
The Myer Centre is the most recognisable building on the Adelaide cityscape and the largest shopping centre in the Adelaide CBD. Customers are spoilt for choice with 60,000 square metres of retail and hospitality space offering six levels of shopping with national brands including Rebel Sport, Lincraft, Lush, Review, Daiso, Platypus, Toyworld, Jamaica Blue Café and Angus & Coote. It is home to the largest Myer department store in South Australia, an underground food court, a pub, and more than 80 specialty retailers. The Centre provides an underground car park accommodating more than 460 cars allowing convenient access for shoppers.
Southern Cross - Earmarked for Development
Charter Hall are developing the Southern Cross Arcade site on King William Street to include a new 15 storey office tower and 3,000 square metres of ground floor retail space. This development follows Charter Halls’ $260m GPO Exchange project and Arbor Lane further south on King William Street.
Southern Cross Arcade is located strategically close to Rundle Mall between the very busy James Place laneway and King William Street. The Centre has always been a lunchtime hot spot for City workers.
(see the development section of this website for updates)
Rundle Mall Plaza - Home to H&M
Rundle Mall Plaza is located near the Rundle Mall Canopy on the corner of the very busy Gawler Place. The Plaza offers the highest quality luxury retail by Swarovski and Gerard McCabe Jewellers complemented by Adelaide’s first H&M store and Sportsgirl. On the lower level are JB HiFi, Millers Fashion, and Shin Tokyo Movie and Music stores. Caffe Da Marco offers wonderful coffee on the ground floor, while a brand new food offer called DINE awaits customers overlooking the Mall on level 1.
Charles Street Plaza - Universities nearby
Charles Street Plaza provides a convenient option for shoppers and students opposite the universities and cultural sites on North Terrace. It boasts convenient parking with over 1200 spaces in the Wilson’s Adelaide Central car park above, and has easy access to public transport nearby. The arcade is linked to David Jones and Renaissance Arcade and contains a diverse range of shops including Signature Café, Barlow Shoes, giftware and takeaway food outlets.
Adelaide Central Market - Fresh Food Mecca
The Adelaide Central Market has been a thriving fresh food hub for more than 150 years and remains as Adelaide’s premier food destination for multicultural cuisine and fresh produce. The undercover market is home to over 70 fresh food vendors selling fruit and vegetables, meat and poultry, seafood, cheeses, nuts, coffee, bakery, smallgoods and health foods complemented by some of Adelaide’s most popular cafes and eateries. The range of local products including Kangaroo Island Produce, Barossa Fine Foods and O’Connell Butchers are favourites with customers and visitors alike, attracting over 9 million visitors every year.
Rundle Square - Romeo's Supermarket
Rundle Square is the newly upgraded shopping Centre on the corner of Rundle Mall and Pulteney Street previously known as Citi Centre. The Centre is opposite the UPark and Target Centrepoint multi-level car parks and the very popular Rundle Street. The Pullman Hotel and Ibis Hotel are located close by. Leasing opportunities are available for small specialty shops adjacent to the modern and attractive supermarket that remains open until 7.30pm weeknights.