The best bookshop in Adelaide is in the worst location (in the thick of the Hindley St strip-club fray). Still, don't let it bug you: jazz, floorboards, Persian rugs and occasional live readings and book launches mo…
Lefty, arty and subversive in the best possible way, Streetlight is the place to find that elusive Miles Davis disc or Charles Bukowski poetry compilation.
Named after a famed Rundle St trader from the 1920s – the first woman in SA to incorporate a business – this hip shop is the place for fab frocks, rockin' boots, street-beating sneakers, jewellery, watches and hats.
Stocks a snarling range of punk, skate, vintage, biker and rockabilly gear, plus secondhand cowboy boots. Rock on! Check out its Facebook page for its latest wares.
Don't mind dragging yourself out of bed too early on a Sunday and paying $8 for an organic parsnip? The Adelaide Farmers Market is for you! Actually, ignore our cynicism – the food offerings here are fabulous: fresh…
Skip the trashy mainstream market on the wharf: this one is a much better bet, with organic produce, buskers, home-cooked meals, baked goods, coffee and a great vibe. Love the old Hart's Mill buildings, too.
An international success story, SA's own Jurlique sells fragrant skincare products (some Rosewater Balancing Mist, anyone?) that are pricey but worth every cent.
Textiles, jewellery, bags, cards and canvasses from a 35-member local arts co-op: prime gifts-for-the-folks-back-home terrain. Meet the artists in-store.
Kids’ clothes, fashion, arts, crafts, buskers and general commercial hubbub consume an East End Adelaide school grounds.
For all your SA map and GPS requirements (...and globes – everyone loves a good globe).