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Welcome to Rundle Mall. Rundle Mall is Adelaide’s premier retail destination and meeting place.
With over 400,000 customers every week and 23 million visitors annually, Rundle Mall is the most popular attraction in the state of South Australia.
Rundle Mall offers the largest selection of shopping facilities in Adelaide, including the three largest department stores, 15 arcades and centres, 700 retailers and more than 300 non-retail services and offices.
The Rundle Mall precinct is an important tourist destination with 85% of all interstate and overseas travellers that visit Adelaide also setting foot in Rundle Mall. The Mall precinct employs approximately 5,000 retail and office workers and it has 3,000 food court seats with a wide variety of food offerings.
Rundle Mall is the shopping heart of Adelaide. It was created in 1976 as Australia's first pedestrian mall. You'll find more than 600 retail stores, three major department stores and 15 arcades there. There are also outdoor cafes and bars to relax in. The mall is renowned as a venue for performances, promotions and events, from fashion parades, to buskers and street performers. The Rundle Mall Discovery Trail allows you to experience the pedestrian strip's many quirks and features, from sculpture and art to the history of its buildings. Highlights include the mall's 19th century buildings such as Beehive Corner. You can also learn about the ghosts of beautiful Adelaide Arcade. Public art is plentiful in Rundle Mall, from classics such as Bert Flugelman's Spheres (or more commonly known as the Mall's Balls) and four resident bronze pigs - Truffles, Oliver, Horatio and Augusta. Children love to clamber over them. Rundle Mall opening hours run from 9am to 7pm Monday to Thursday, 9am to 9pm Friday, 9am to 5pm Saturday and 11am to 5pm Sunday.
Burnside Village is located in the beautiful suburb of Glenside and is home to over 100 premium lifestyle and fashion stores. The unique retail mix is unlike any other shopping precinct in South Australia, allowing Burnside Village to create Adelaide’s best shopping experience. The centre largely features glass ceilings in two Atrium Malls. The natural light creates an indoor-outdoor feel and enables the customers to relax and unwind during their shopping outings.
Burnside Village is home to South Australia’s first Zara store, as well as the first for stores such as Husk, Willow and sass & bide. Adding to the most impressive fashion offer includes Calvin Klein Jeans, Mimco, Peter Alexander and Oroton as well as many other celebrated brands.
The Village Market offers everything from speciality stores to unique cafes, offering delicious tastes from fresh fruit to sushi and everything in between as well as a newly renovated Coles.