Flower Depo in Rundle Mall

COVID-19 Update from Rundle Mall

A message from the Rundle Mall Management Authority in response to COVID-19.

As we navigate through this unprecedented time, our priority remains unchanged and that is to keep our staff, shoppers and visitors in Rundle Mall safe. The Rundle Mall Management Authority is continuing to take advice from the relevant authorities, together with the City of Adelaide, and will continue with the additional health and safety measures in the Mall. We have increased resources dedicated to cleaning high use areas in the Mall and introduced measures to improve efficiency and frequency, ensuring the Mall is an even cleaner and safer environment for traders, shoppers and visitors.

Rundle Mall Re-Opens

Effective from As of 12:01 am on Sunday 22 November (Midnight Saturday) we will revert to similar restrictions that were in place on Monday 16 November 2020.

Under the recent guidance, the following restrictions will be in place:

  • 1 person per 4 square metres will apply
  • All food and beverages will need to be consumed while seated
  • No dancing or vertical consumption
  • Updated gathering provision numbers being:
    • Onsite purchase and consumption of food and beverages - 100 people maximum and no more than 10 people at each table.
    • Funerals - 50 people maximum
    • Weddings - 150 people maximum and registration of all guests with SA Health
    • Religious ceremonies (not including a wedding or funeral) - 100 people maximum
    • Private gatherings - 50 people maximum
  • Personal care workers will need to wear masks

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Update: Wednesday 18 November

A new Direction has been issued in relation to the Stay at Home requirements for South Australia as a Circuit Breaker to the current COVID-19 outbreak.

The health and safety of South Australians is our highest priority and so we encourage everyone to stay home unless accessing essential services.

Essential stores and services in Rundle Mall will remain open while non-essential services temporarily close from midnight, Thursday 19 November for six days.

Update: Monday 29 June

Following recent announcements, restrictions will be eased and the following will re-open :

  • Hospitality (seated at a table) at restaurants, cafes, wineries, pubs, breweries, bars including outdoor dining
    • Food courts are now permitted to have patrons dine-in
  • Cinemas, theatres, galleries and museums
  • Beauty, nails, tattoo, non-therapeutic massage
  • City Library
  • Adelaide Visitor Information Centre, however they will not be offering the following services:
    • Wheelchair hire
    • Pusher/stroller hire
    • First Steps orientation walk

A number of cafes and restaurants will continue to offer takeaway &/or home delivery service (please see individual stores for details at this time).