Rundle Mall at sunset in Adelaide © Adelaide City Council

Rundle Mall, Adelaide, South Australia © Adelaide City Council

How to shop Adelaide, with Melissa Zahorujko and Kristen Byass

Couple shopping at Rundle Mall in Adelaide © Adam Bruzzone

Rundle Mall, Adelaide, South Australia © Adam Bruzzone

Zimmermann storefront on Rundle Street in Adelaide © South Australian Tourism Commission

Zimmermann, Rundle Street, Adelaide, South Australia © South Australian Tourism Commission

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Top tip

“Prospect, a 15-minute drive north of the city centre, is an up-and-coming shopping precinct where you can find indie and vintage fashion as well as quirky shops,” Melissa says.

"This is the kind of place you go into with a friend and say: 'Let's try everything on'. There's no one style - think bold colours and statement pieces that are fun and funky"

Melissa Zahorujko

People walking along The Parade in Norwood © South Australian Tourism Commission

The Parade, Norwood, Adelaide, South Australia © South Australian Tourism Commission

Unmissable experience

The duo recommends pausing at Argo on the Parade for coffee and smoothie bowls between stores – complete with outdoor seating in the sunshine.

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View of Glenelg Beach from Moseley Square in Glenelg © Tourism Australia

Moseley Square, Glenelg Beach, Glenelg, Adelaide, South Australia © Tourism Australia

"Everything is really affordable. A great stop is Adelaide Instyle, which has pieces in bright colours that are perfect for days by the water."

Kristen Byass