How to have the ultimate girls’ trip in Adelaide, SA

3. Indulge in high tea at The Grand

We don’t know anyone who doesn’t love a sweet treat, so be sure to head down for an ultimate afternoon of indulgence at the iconic Stamford Grand Adelaide.

Famous for its luxurious afternoon high tea that will have you feeling like you’ve teleported to Paris, this stunning French-inspired spread features a variety of sweet and savoury treats including cream scones, jam, quiche lorraine, macarons, l’Opera cake, madeleines, duck pate and so much more!

Moreover, treat yourself to endless cups of the finest Dilmah teas that balance every dish perfectly. The Classical French High Tea at The Grand is certainly worth the money and is so decadent and delicious, we couldn’t fault anything!

PS: Not that you’d bring your kids on a girls’ weekend away but if you are so inclined, they also offer a kids’ high tea option which is absolutely adorable.

4. Shop til you drop at Rundle Mall

Let’s be honest – no girls’ trip is complete without at least one shopping spree, and no place in Adelaide is more suited to one than Rundle Mall.

With global brands and local favourites, Rundle Mall is the heart of shopping, dining and entertainment in Adelaide. Home to an impressive 1000 retail stores, you’ll definitely want to put on your comfiest pair of sneakers before heading out for a day of shopping, shopping, and… well, more shopping.

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When you need to take a break to recharge, you can be assured that there are plenty of dining options available to keep you fuelled for more retail therapy. As an added bonus, treat yourself to a plethora of sights, sounds, free buskers, daily tours and landmarks featured in the city’s most iconic shopping destination.

5. Indulge in produce galore at the Adelaide Central Market

Just a stone’s throw away from Rundle Mall is the famous Adelaide Central Market. This iconic market is South Australia’s most visited tourist attraction and remains Adelaide’s premier food destination of multicultural cuisine and fresh produce.

If you are a true gastronome, nothing beats immersing yourself in the glorious produce, meats, cheeses and wine on offer at one of the 70 stalls on site. A hub for all things culinary, the Adelaide Central Market hosts numerous food tastings, courses, and an annual truffle festival.

There are also stalls devoted to organic health foods, fresh flowers, herbs, spices and more, as well numerous Eastern European delicatessens and Asian grocers filled with exotic goodies.