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Loved that area where one can look at the sculptures (the pigs are delightful), street musicians and entertainers, and shop too. Nice to just hang out and sit around. It is centrally located so one can go shopping, eat or just chill.
Based on the way we entered the area, we had trouble finding parking and ended up in a high rise garage on Wyatt St. for $14 for 2 hours. Don't make that mistake. Park in the UPark near Target. After walking the area in the...More
Walked along the mall many times during a week in Adelaide and each time came across something new. 2 different shopping plazas - 1 with DJ's and 1 with Myer. Also many other major shopping brands along the mall. Lots of restaurants down towards the...More
Following a couple of hours in the Central Market (where we bought up goodies for a feast for our picnic in the park) we headed our NZ visitors on foot to Victoria Square, along King William Street and into Rundle Mall. A little retail therapy...More
Good but not exceptional if compared to Queens and Bourke Street Malls in Brisbane and Melbourne respectively. Unique as it has the iconic Rundle silver big and shiny ball that mirrors every tourist taking a photo of it. Also has the attention grabber brown statue...More
Huge array of shops and arcades, but just wandered up and down taking in the many Christmas trees and decorations. Plenty of seating, drink fountains, access to toilets, etc. Worth a look even if you're not interested in shopping.
Our stay in the heart of Rundle Mall was fascinating with the festive season ahead there was decorations and stalls being installed in preparation for Christmas. During the day the mall was full of people either watching the buskers doing their thing, shopping or visiting...More