Adelaide is still relatively large and the road conditions are complicated. I drove carefully, and finally drove to the city center. I found that there were few parking lots. I found one. It cost 7 dollars an hour. Stopped.
Up to the parking lot is the famous Blue Road Pedestrian Street, which is regarded as the commercial center of Adelaide. There are various shopping towns. Those who like shopping come here.
Landau Shopping Street is the most developed commercial district in Adelaide. Both sides of the street are full of shops and restaurants. It feels like Nanjing Road in Shanghai and Wangfujing in Beijing, but the flow of people is not a lot of. If you want to shop, you must come here for a stroll. There are really many choices and many choices in the shops.
It is said that if you can only go shopping in one street in Adelaide, it must be North Street, which actually refers to shopping on the Cultural Street; and if you want to go shopping on the shopping street, you must go to Rundle Mall, a shopping street. Landau Shopping Street, also known as Landau Shopping Mall, is a famous shopping street in Adelaide. The shopping mall was founded in 1976 and is the oldest pedestrian street in Australia and the first pedestrian street. Landau shopping street starts from Pulteney St in the east and ends at King William St in the west. Although this street is only 500 meters long, it has more than 600 flagship stores and fashion stores of international and domestic brands, including 3 Major department stores and 15 large shopping malls, entertainment playgrounds, and numerous outdoor cafes and lounge bars. Strolling on the shopping street, you can also see various fashion exhibitions or interesting performances by street performers. At the same time, you can also admire various art and cultural buildings and a large number of public cultural facilities on the street. Famous attractions include the 19th century building-Beehive Corner Building (now the famous Haigh's Chocolates ). There are also a series of sculptures on the street, such as "Four Bronze Pigs A Day Out", "Mall's Balls" and "The Slide". Such a pedestrian shopping street is quite a shopping mall. As for how long it takes to go shopping, it depends on individual needs! However, on weekends or holidays, supermarkets such as Coles and Woolworths on the street will open very late and close very early. Figure 1-2: Street view of Randle Mall; Figure 3: Adelaide Arcade on the shopping street; Figure 4: The Rundle Mal Fountain in front of Adelaide Arcade ; Picture 5: Sculpture-"The Slide"; Picture 6-10: Sculpture-"Four Bronze Pigs A Day Out"-They are Toffee, Oliver, Horatio and Ao Gusta.
Landao shopping festival, people are as weaving, lively and extraordinary.
Many stores, including major department stores, Maya, Target, Kmart and David Jones, many high street chain stores and independently operated stores. There are many places to eat and drink, as well as food trucks that pop up along the mall, offering a variety of food. Usually there are many street performers around the mall, some are good, others...maybe not so good! ! ! There are many things to explore here, there are many small shops in the laneways and hidden areas.