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The Ultimate Adelaide Shopping Guide – Shop till You Drop!
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From sprawling department stores, and unique concept boutiques, the city of Adelaide and her suburbs lays claim to every shopaholic’s dream. Read on to find out about our top 4 places to shop.

King William Road by Adam.J.W.C. via Wikimedia Commons (CC BY-SA 2.5)

Rundle Mall

Offering more than 700 retailers located on a strip, Rundall Mall is Adelaide’s most popular and busiest shopping destinations. From department and concept stores, 15 arcades, supermarkets and cafes this is the go to spot for some shopping and a quiet coffee.

King William Road

Situated on the southern edge of Adelaide, King William Road is an exclusive area which features designer boutiques, fine jewellers and some great restaurants which quite literally happen to be gastronomic havens. Its also home to some high-end spas and salons. It can be easily reached from hotels in Adelaide CBD including the likes of iStay Precinct as well.

Jetty Road

The ideal location for a seaside stroll while doing some window shopping, the charming street is a mere half and hour drive from the city by tram.

Harbour Town

If you’re intent on doing some outlet shopping, then Harbour Town is your port of call. Located in the vicinity of the Adelaide Airport, it is a 15-minute drive west of the city. Home to direct factory outlet chains and homeware sellers, you are sure to come away with some amazing deals here!

 

 

Fritzjames Stephen is a travel writer, who writes content based on the myriad of experiences and indulgences that the world has to offer travellers across all walks of life. Google+

 

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