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. In fact, the quality, variety and mix of fashion and specialty retail is second to none.
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.
You will enjoy the best of the best in coffee, desserts, wine and international cuisine – a truly amazing blend. Come along and enjoy the many pubs and hotels, some of the oldest and grandest in Adelaide and catch a flick at one of the famous Palace Nova Cinemas, featuring all the latest film releases.
For the more adventurous and alternative, take a detour down the many wonderful laneways off Rundle Street, such as Ebenezer Place and Vardon Avenue, where you will discovery some of Adelaide’s grooviest little fashion stores and other quirky shops – all of which are proudly South Australian owned and operated.
Rundle Street East is also the City’s hub for the numerous annual festivals, events, street parades and parties, including the Adelaide Fringe, the Adelaide Festival, Clipsal 500 V8 Car Race, Tour Down Under, East End Jazz Festival, several international Film festivals and much more.
The East End is conveniently situated amongst a number of Adelaide’s popular attractions, including the Botanical Gardens, The National Wine Centre, Rymill Park, Tandanya, Rundle Mall, and the many cultural highlights and heritage buildings along Adelaide’s Cultural Boulevard, North Terrace.
Rundle Street East is quite simply the PULSE of Adelaide – “the place to be, and be seen”.