Walking into Rundle Place feels like stepping into the pages of a glossy magazine. The ground floor is full of international and national boutique stores, including Ted Baker, Crabtree & Evelyn, David Lawrence, Pandora and Kookai. Harris Scarfe covers the two floors above and there is a foodcourt below. The rest of the space is filled with other stores, including Coles if you wish to do your grocery shopping.
It is obvious that a lot of work went into the design of this shopping centre, as it has a very modern, spacious feel. This is achieved by the high ceilings, streamlined furniture and neutral colours.
Each store is unique, yet somehow they all flow into the one idea. You could quite easily spend a good few hours exploring each one. Rundle Place is a much-needed update to Rundle Mall and well worth having a look.
Well worth having a look?!!?...Are you serious??!!...I think waiting 2 years for "this" to be created was a pure waste of time!!!...Nothing amazing about it and so few shops is a joke!!!...Some stores previously located on Rundle Mall have just moved back to Rundle Place, wow, some new upgrade alright....How can Adelaide be lacking so much imagination and not be able to come up with different stores to add variety for a change!!....Embarassing really...