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the coastline along Adelaide’s beaches has great shopping from the simple to the eclectic.
You will find wonderful local art, beautiful giftware, interesting bookshops, vintage wear, antique furniture, collectibles, hobbie shops and local jewellers along with may well known brands.
Jetty Road, Glenelg
Jetty Road Glenelg is a kilometre long shopping strip filled with stylish fashion boutiques, art galleries, homewares, gift shops and more. Enjoy the open-air spaces and laneways of Jetty Road Glenelg - home to a range of specialty stores, restaurants and entertainment. Jetty Road is open for business 7 days a week. Many stores stay open late in the run-up to Christmas and late night shopping is every Thursday.
Westfield West Lakes
All your favourite brands in one convenient location. Over 200 stores including David Jones department store.
No matter what your needs or wants, you will more than likely find them in Henley Beach. Fashion boutiques, gourmet food outlets, hair, beauty and pampering, eclectic gifts and homewares and all the practical necessities of life, are all available close by.
Jetty Street, Grange
Boutiques, giftware, restaurants and cafes. Grange Jetty Café is right on the beach with a large menu of café style meals and beverages.
Queen St, Croydon
Vibrant Queen Street lives and breathes charm with modern sophistication. Close to Adelaide central, you will discover an array of vintage fashion, as well as new labels, quirky jewellery, beautiful home wares and more.
Semaphore Road is one of Adelaide’s widest boulevards and hosts a range of historical cafes and “old salt” pubs along with great shopping. You will find something different, something stylish and something quirky on Semaphore Boulevard.
Jetty Road, Brighton
Stylish, modern, sophisticated shopping for all ages is available on Brighton Road. With a relaxed vibe, you are sure to find something to remind you of your time there.
Take a stroll through history and shop at quirky little shops offering vintage fashion, home wares and jewellery. All tucked away in heritage buildings.