You'll love Adelaide for its cosmopolitan shopping.

Rundle Mall:

Located in the heart of the city, you’ll find getting to Rundle Mall is easy. It’s the city’s main shopping precinct and has everything from fashion to department stores to pop-up food stalls and more. You’ll find shopping to suit your style and budget in Rundle Mall.

Food Shopping:

Adelaide is known for its high-quality, affordable produce. You’ll find a diverse range of fresh foods and international groceries at the iconic Adelaide Central Market. Or check out the Adelaide Farmers’ Market or Market Shed on Holland. No matter where you live, you’ll have easy access to major supermarkets, boutique multicultural grocers, and a range of halal food outlets.

Local Markets:

Adelaide is home to a range of boutique and artisan markets where you’ll find an eclectic mix of local arts and crafts. If fashion’s your thing, you can’t go past Gilles Street Market for upcoming Adelaide designers and a range of pre-loved apparel. Fancy a day in the Adelaide Hills? Head to Stirling Laneways for fresh produce, pop-up stalls and live entertainment.

Shopping Malls:

You’ll find several large shopping malls across Adelaide’s suburbs, which you can easily get to by public transport, including:

 

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You’ll be at home in Adelaide

Welcome to our friendly community.

Multicultural

When you arrive in Adelaide, you’ll become a welcomed member of South Australia’s multicultural community. Adelaide is home to people from more than 200 diverse cultural and religious backgrounds. People of all religions are free to worship in Adelaide where you’ll find:

  • gurdwaras
  • mosques (including Australia’s oldest mosque)
  • temples
  • churches
  • synagogues

 

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Community Groups

You’ll find lots of cultural, social and faith-based communities across Adelaide. The Adelaide City Council Community Centres are friendly, welcoming places that offer a variety of events for you. There is also a range of multicultural community groups in Adelaide where you can share your culture, and learn about others.

Campus Life

At the University of Adelaide, Flinders University, the University of South Australia you can make friends by joining various student clubs suited to your social, academic, sporting and religious interests. Most education providers offer a range of campus activities where you can socialise and have fun and meet new friends.

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