Adelaide Metro public transport offers train, tram and bus services to Rundle Mall.
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There are a variety of ways that you can get to Rundle Mall - here's the information that you need to get to Adelaide's most vibrant shopping precinct and meeting place.
Rundle Mall is well serviced by multi-storey car parking facilities. Car Parks can be found in neighbouring North Terrace, Pulteney Street, Rundle Street, Gawler Place, Wyatt Street, Hindley Street, Grenfell Street and Pirie Street. Take a look at the Car Parking map to see all car parks in the vicinity of Rundle Mall.
UPark car parks in Rundle Street, Wyatt Street, Grenfell Street and Gawler Place offer $6 parking all day on Sunday.
Rundle Mall is serviced by taxi ranks on Pulteney Street (eastern end of the Mall) and on North Terrace (near the junction of King William Street at the western end of the Mall). Take a look at the Adelaide City Map for locations of taxi ranks in the vicinity of Rundle Mall.
Rundle Mall is serviced by bus routes from most metropolitan Adelaide suburbs and buses stop on all neighbouring streets - North Terrace, King William Street, Grenfell Street and Pulteney Street. Visit the Adelaide Metro Timetables and Routes page to find bus services that stop in the vicinity of Rundle Mall.
Rundle Mall can also be accessed by the free City Loop Bus (Number 99C). Visit the Adelaide Metro Free City Services page for maps and further information.
The Adelaide Railway Station is located only a few hundred metres away from the western entrance to Rundle Mall. Adelaide is the terminus for trains from Belair (Adelaide Hills), Gawler (north), Outer Harbor/Grange (west), Noarlunga/Tonsley (south). Train timetables can be found on the Adelaide Metro website.
To access Rundle Mall from the Adelaide Railway Station, you can walk, catch the free 99C City Loop bus or the free Terrace to Terrace tram, both of which stop close to Rundle Mall.
Rundle Mall's western entrance is serviced by a tram service that runs between Glenelg and the Adelaide Entertainment Centre in Hindmarsh.
If you are travelling within the city mile (ie between North Terrace and South Terrace), travel on trams is free. Trams depart stops along the route approximately every 7.5 minutes on weekdays and every 15 minutes on weekends (every 20 minutes after 6pm, 7 days a week). Further information can be found on the Adelaide Metro website.