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Shopping in Adelaide

Rundle Mall was the first traffic-free venue of shopping in Adelaide and also in all Australia, is the largest shopping precinct in the city with more than 500 shops, the Mall is near the Rundle Street, it's also the main venue of Adelaide's Fringe Festival. The inner city of Norwood represents one of the fashionable parts of the city with its dining precinct, The Parade.

Adelaide also has the best wine of Australia, is considered the wine capital of Australia, because of the finest vineyards that surround the city and you can buy some wine at East End Cellars, at 22-26 Vardon Avenue.
Tel: (08) 8232 5300

The Central Market, between Gouger and Grote streets, behind the Adelaide Hilton Hotel is the largest produce market in the southern hemisphere. Is a good place if you want to buy vegetables or some fruit, or if you just want to know the place.
Tel: (08) 8203 7494

Jam Factory Craft and Design Centre is a traditional center where you can buy local ceramics, furniture and metal items.
Lions Art Centre, 19 Morphett St.
Tel. 08/8410 0727

Another place to buy crafts, jewelry, woodcraft, hand-blown glass, and original paintings is L'Unique.
Shop no. 6 in the City Cross Arcade
Tel. 08/8231 0030

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