Rundle Mall is located in the north-eastern corner of the Adelaide Central Business District, in close proximity to the cultural and university precinct on North Terrace; the Rundle Street/East End retail and restaurant strip; and the Hindley Street entertainment strip.
North Terrace Tram Extension Project
The State Government has committed $80 million in funding for the first stage of the AdeLINK tram network to
the city’s East End, including the purchase of three additional trams.
This project will deliver a one-kilometre extension of the tram line along North Terrace, from King William Street to East Terrace, and a 350 metre extension north along King William Road to the Festival Plaza Precinct.
During this time, there will be traffic restrictions in place.
Stage 4 - Complete
Following the completion of the Stage 4 CTE (City Tram Extension) project works, the North Terrace and King William Street intersection has reopened to all traffic including bus services. Tram services running between Victoria Square and the Entertainment Centre commence on 22 January 2018.
Stage 5 - Commences
Stage 5 finishing works will continue through January and will be undertaken mostly at night with some works occurring during the day.
Click HERE for more information
Car parks in the Precinct are all open for business including North Terrace.
- UPark on Rundle Street - enter via Rundle Street
- The Myer Centre Car Park - enter via North Terrace (traffic driving westerly direction only) and then Stephens Place
- UPark on Gawler Place - enter via North Terrace and Gawler Place
- Wilson Adelaide Central Plaza Car Park - enter via North Terrace
- Wilson Centrepoint Car Park - enter via Rundle Street
- Secure Parking Rundle Place Car Park - enter via Grenfell Street (traffic driving easterly direction only)
- UPark on Wyatt Street - enter via Grenfell Street
Temporary Disruption to Tram Services
From 10pm 1 January to 22 January 2018, tram services will not be running between Victoria Square and the Entertainment Centre.
Substitute bus services will be in operation during this period.
For more information visit City Tram Extension Project.
Rundle Mall is serviced by the following taxi ranks:
- On Gawler Place in the middle of the Mall (northern side of Mall, near the Canopy) - Map Ref 1;
- On Pulteney Street (western side of street) at the eastern end of the Mall - Map Ref 2;
- On King William Street (eastern side of street) at the western end of the Mall - Map Ref 3;
- On North Terrace at the western end of the Mall (near the northern entrance to the Myer Centre) - Map Ref 4;
- On Grenfell Street (southern side of street) near the junction of King William Street at the western end of the Mall - Map Ref 5.
Take a look at the map below for locations of taxi ranks.
Bus routes from most metropolitan Adelaide suburbs service Rundle Mall. 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 the bus service that will best suit your Rundle Mall experience. The Rundle Mall precinct 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 just a few hundred metres to the north of the western entrance to Rundle Mall (Map ref 6). Adelaide is the terminus for trains from Belair (Adelaide Hills), Gawler Central (north), Outer Harbor/Grange (west) and Seaford/Tonsley (south). Find your Train timetables 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 hosts a tram service that runs between Glenelg and the Adelaide Entertainment Centre in Hindmarsh (Map Ref 7). If you are travelling within the city mile between North Terrace and South Terrace, travel is free. Trams depart stops along the route approximately every 7.5 minutes on weekdays, every 15 minutes on weekends and every 20 minutes after 6pm, 7 days a week. Further information can be found on the Adelaide Metro website.
Rundle Mall is serviced by numerous paid car parks.