Below is a list of the top and leading Shopping Centres in Adelaide. To help you find the best shopping centre located near you in Adelaide, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.
Adelaide’s Best Shopping Centres:
The top rated shopping centres in Adelaide are:
⦁ Rundle Mall
⦁ Myer Centre Adelaide
⦁ Regent Arcade
Rundle Mall Precinct is the heart of South Australian retail, circulating the freshest of fashion, beauty, lifestyle and food into the City of Adelaide. Bounded by the southern side of North Terrace, the eastern side of King William Street, the northern side of Grenfell Street and the western side of Pulteney Street, the precinct has Rundle Mall as its centerpiece.
The longest and one of the busiest malls in Australia, Adelaide’s Rundle Mall attracts more than 400,000 visitors and locals each week. Home to more than 1,000 retailers and services which employ over 5,000 people, Rundle Mall is a busy hub of activity in Adelaide city seven days a week. More than 85 percent of tourists spend time discovering the enchanting labyrinth of the precinct that is a generous host to its 24 million annual guests.
Rundle Mall is a destination in the centre of the city and offers strategic positioning for events, pop-ups, brand activations and marketing to reach tourists and locals. Situated between the city’s buzzing east end and vibrant west end, it lies in close proximity to Adelaide’s busy food and nightlife precincts, hotels, central business district and cultural highlights, such as Adelaide Oval, East End’s lively Rundle Street and The Adelaide Central Markets.
The heart of retail in South Australia, Rundle Mall brings the freshest fashion, beauty, lifestyle and food into the City of Adelaide. The Mall hosts four leading department stores, 15 arcades and centres, more than 700 retailers, over 300 non-retail services, and 2,500 food court seats.
Spacious and bustling, the opportunities within the Mall are endless – there is no better destination with the potential to reach thousands of people on a daily basis. Stretching over 520 metres of paving, Rundle Mall provides a range of event and activation spaces to support any brand marketing concept.
Rundle Mall helps to promote a wide range of brands and major tourism, arts and sporting events taking place in South Australia, such as The Adelaide Fringe, Clipsal 500, Cabaret Festival and the Credit Union Christmas Pageant.
Bardot, Boost Juice, Bras N Things, Clearskincare clinics, Connor, David Jones, Dotti, Endota Spa, Essential Beauty, Ibis Adelaide, Kookai, Nine West, Office Works, OPSM, Oroton, Priceline, Readebook, Rodd & Gunn, Seed Heritage, Smokemart & Gift, Tarocash, The Reject Shop, Witchery
Myer Centre Adelaide is one of Adelaide’s most iconic buildings and the largest shopping centre in the CBD. Comprising of 60,000 sqm of retail accommodation, it is home to the largest Myer department store in South Australia, an underground foodcourt and over 80 specialty retailers.
Set over 6 levels along the iconic Rundle Mall, national retailers within the centre include brands such as NineWest, Lush, Review, Daiso, Platypus Shoes, Rebel Sport, Thomas Sabo, Toyworld and Angus & Coote.
Pedal, Prep & Go, Styling Sessions, Customer Service, Free Wifi, Register as VIP, Amenities, ATM Options, Gift Cards
Guiding without being pushy.” – Angela Sgarioni
Regent Arcade has long been a special building in Adelaide’s heart. Its history goes back to 1928 when it opened as The Regent Theatre, often described as one the most beautiful and luxurious theatres of its time. The third Regent Theatre to open in the Hoyts chain, it quickly became the hub of entertainment in Adelaide right through until the 1960’s. In March 1967, when television broadcasting had truly disrupted the cinema industry, The Regent Theatre opened its doors for one final time before closing for extensive renovations that established the arcade now known as Regent Arcade. Stroll through the heritage-listed facade today to a world of modern day retailers, eateries and more. All still in Adelaide’s heart, Rundle Mall.
Fashion, Food, Gift & Homewares, Hair & Beauty, Jewellery & Accessories, Specialty
“Regent Arcade has my favourite sushi place – Michiru!” – Georgina Chandler
“ALWAYS check out the rege Everytime I’m in town. Love the old outer structure, and just walk in, don’t shop, just check out the structure inside, walk around, up and down. Good way to eat up time with the kids.” – Edward M.
Monica is a reporter and business columnist for Best in Australia. She covers business news, start-ups and does research about new businesses in Australia.