Shopping in the city is easy, Adelaide’s centrally located Rundle Mall is home to over 200 department stores, fashion stores and other specialty stores. You will also find Coles, Woolworths and Foodland in the mall for all your grocery shopping needs.
The Adelaide Central Market is also a great place to do your shopping. The market features South Australian produce stalls, delicious Asian food halls, vibrant cafes and more.
There is no shortage of large shopping malls across Adelaide’s suburbs, which you can get to using public transport. Many shopping centres feature supermarkets, food courts, major department stores, specialty retailers and some have cinemas.
Whether you’re moving into a college residence or a private rental, you’ll need a few essentials to set up your new home. From stationery and pillows to furniture and appliances, here are a few local retailers to get you started.
Big W (low to mid-price fashion, toys, homewares, sporting goods and more)
David Jones (upmarket fashion, beauty, toys, homewares and more)
Kmart (low-price fashion, toys, homewares, sporting goods and more)
Myer (mid to upmarket fashion, beauty, toys, homewares and more)
Target (mid-price fashion, toys, homewares and more)