Adelaide Visitor Guide : 2016 Adelaide Visitor Guide
southaustralia.com | shopping 58 Shopping in Adelaide has never been more vibrant. Whether you are looking for local icons like R.M.Williams or international fashion brands such as Karen Millen and Ted Baker, it’s all right here. Rundle Mall, the city’s major shopping hub, has emerged from a major refurbishment and is looking better than ever with new street furniture, flower stalls and food trucks. The mall is now home to a brand new Apple Store, while Tiffany & Co. has opened a stylish jewellery boutique on North Terrace. Adelaide’s modern shopping malls, ornate arcades and elegant boulevards are packed with surprises – from the latest fashions to must-have bargains. SHOPPING Apart from several iconic shopping arcades, including the magnificent Adelaide Arcade, Rundle Mall is home to both Myer and David Jones department stores and several well known local brands like Haigh’s Chocolates and R.M . Williams, the country outfitters. Those looking for home-grown designs and quirky homewares should wander down to the city’s East End precinct, which includes the lower end of Rundle Street and Ebenezer Place. The former site of Adelaide’s original fruit and vegetable market is now packed with intriguing boutiques, cafés and providores.