There's something for every (little) one!
Whether they're into sports, love a challenge, are seeking out sweet treats or want to create, there's something to keep everyone entertained these school holidays in Rundle Mall. Along with the biggest range and best exclusive flagship brands (and an abundance of coffee shops), there's also plenty for adults to enjoy during a day out with the rugrats.
For the sports fanatic
Head straight for the huge rebel store, the first of a newly-designed flagship concept incorporating hands-on experiences amongst a huge range of apparel, shoes and merchandise. Let the kids loose on the custom basketball court or try out new football gear on the interactive projected wall downstairs, while exploring equipment for every active passion imaginable.
For the crafty critters
Keep restless little hands busy with creative crafts, from grab-and-go kits at Daiso to a rainbow of supplies for projects of any scale at Kaisercraft and Lincraft. The newest (and brightest) craft heaven on the block is Calamity's Craft Mart on Charles Street, which offers a series of school holiday workshops in their welcoming cartoon-colourful studio, including shoe decorating and knitting for beginners.
For the adventure seeker
Unleash the kids on mind-bending challenges, where they must work together or against a team to solve clues and crack codes to escape one of the cleverly themed escape rooms. Catering to all ages and difficulty levels, you can even join in the fun with the kids - their ingenuity under pressure might just surprise you! Wind down with some old-school fun at Million-Life, where claw machines abound stuffed with collectable keepsakes.
For the sweet tooth
Enter a world of pure imagination with a trail of unique, iconic and delicious treats - from the quirky world of Blackeby's Sweets with a facade straight from a saccharine dream, to the creative hot chocolates in the Koko Black cafe and walls of classic treats at Haigh's Chocolates, there's a chocolate-coated treat for every taste.
For the cultured explorer
With the arrival of Salvador Dalí's 'Triumphant Elephant' sculpture completing the menagerie of Rundle Mall's public art, there's plenty of culture and history to touch and explore throughout the Mall. When you've finished finding out more about the curated trail of larger-than-life animal sculptures, historical arcades and surprising design, the Adelaide Art Gallery and Museum are just a short walk away.