The day is at your leisure to enjoy Adelaide. Rundle Street East is the heart beat of Adelaide’s ever popular cosmopolitan East End District. Specifically located between Frome Street and East Terrace, this vibrant and eclectic City boulevard lives and breathes historic charm with modern sophistication and amenity. It is right here that you will discover the very best in cutting-edge fashion stores and leading designer labels, funky gifts, home wares, jewellery, accessories and much, much more. Be tantalised all year round by some of Adelaide’s best known cafes, restaurants and wine bars, most of which offer outstanding outdoor alfresco dining, making this strip one of Adelaide’s favourite hot spots for locals and tourists alike.
For food connoisseur, a visit to the Central Market and the Gouger Street is a must. Central Market is the Mecca of Asian cuisine and seafood and the much-loved centre for fresh local and imported produce. The city’s best cheeses, fruits, small goods, olives and artisan breads are found at Adelaide’s most visited destination. The historic undercover market is part of the city’s living history which 140 years later is a vibrant food hub with contemporary dining and traditional cafes. It is next door to Chinatown - which celebrates Lunar New Year with dragon dances and firecrackers - and is a living community of traders, artisans and shoppers united by a passion for Adelaide’s best food. Spreading west from the Central Market is Adelaide’s densest and most popular restaurant strip rich in international cuisines. Gouger Street is a main street in the CBD of the centre of Adelaide. It was named after Robert Gouger, first Colonial Secretary of South Australia. Gouger Street is known for its high-end international restaurants and cafes.