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Adelaide Central Market

The Adelaide Central Market is one of Australia's largest and finest fresh produce markets. It literally is a one stop shop for all kinds of foodstuffs and beverages local and from different parts of the world. Be it fresh, packed, frozen, etc. if you don't find it here, you won't find it elsewhere in the city! There is also a food court where you can find food-stalls, restaurants and cafes. You can also find the native and traditional ingredients used by the Aboriginals. The establishment also offers short classes and workshops related to the culinary world. Pay a visit at least once and soak up the sights, smells and sounds of this much loved attraction of the Adelaide city.

Adelaide Arcade

Located in the middle of the vibrant city o0f Adelaide, Adelaide Arcade is a popular shopping center. It offers visitors a chance to explore the numerous shops as well as enjoy a warm meal in the onsite cafes. Great for people-watching, the arcade also allows one to shop for the latest in the fashion circles. It is also reported to be haunted.

Rundle Mall

The best in fashion, music and books are on offer along Adelaide's famous pedestrian thoroughfare. Rundle Mall is a prime location for shoppers. Department stores represented are The Myer Centre, Target, Big W, Harris Scarfe and the stylish David Jones flagship store. The Myer Center covers six floors of specialist shops with a bevy of food stalls in the basement. Check out some of the Mall's artwork, three delightful bronze pigs have been a talking point for Adelaide locals since their installation, while the giant, stainless steel balls have come to symbolize the Mall.


Imprints houses some of the best choices in art house and intellectual reading. Situated only five minutes walk from Adelaide's Rundle Mall precinct it specializes in both fiction and non-fiction. The latest in different genres can be found easily here. Highlighting their commitment to promoting writers and fine literature the PM Club held once monthly presents a current writer for a discussion and question/answer session at the Hindley Parkroyal and is an ideal way to be a part of the contemporary book scene.


Dymocks is a comprehensive chain book store with outlets in main shopping centres throughout Adelaide. Knowledgeable easy to talk to staff are available for advice at any time. Large collections of best sellers, fiction titles, sci-fi and fantasy are always in stock. Catering from a very wide range of titles the non-fiction section is also very impressive. All possible publishing formats are clearly displayed with distinct easy to read signs making navigating the store a breeze. Catalog searches are available for non-stocked items. Regular catalogs issued quarterly.

Oldfield's Antique Market

Oldfield's Antique Market is one of the best shopping stops in the city if you are looking to shop for some quality antique goods. Products like arm chairs, tables, cupboards and shelves from the Victorian times can be found on display here. Art deco furniture like frames, clocks and other such goodies are also stocked here. Not only are all the second hand products displayed here are in good condition but they are also well-maintained by the store employees. The staff here is also quite friendly and knowledgable about the history of the products displayed here. If you want to shop for some antiques, then look no further than Oldfield's Antique Market.

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