After 8 weeks of Lockdown in South Australia, the Adelaide Central Plaza at the epicenter of Rundle Mall is progressing with its staged reopening of all its specialty shops for Adelaide’s starved shoppers. Following 2 weeks of no reported cases of Covid-19, South Australia has emerged as the leading Australian state in its ending of its coronavirus pandemic, and the beginning of the journey to a return to “normal”.
Adelaide Central Plaza has initiated strict protocols to provide its customers with trust and confidence of the learnings that have come out of this challenging period. At the same time, Rundle Mall is making it more feasible for South Australia’s small business owners to reduce their economic loss and to continue to provide the quality service to their customers that they are best known for, as South Australia’s premier shopping destination.
With the centre’s flagship anchor retailer David Jones having remained open throughout the entire Lockdown period, the centre’s specialty shops will now progressively open over the coming week. Customers will be able to return to find delicious lunch options or their favorite takeaway meals. The Dine Central Food Court at Adelaide Central Plaza will be open offering its numerous food outlets and wonderful choices as well. From the Green and Grilled as the place to go for fresh, healthy salad bowls and unique sandwiches. To those seeking a more exotic fare, the Genki Roll will be back to producing its high-quality, authentic sushi.
In addition, the Adelaide Central Plaza’s Chemist Warehouse has installed a dedicated Covid-19 section, with its extensive range of sanitizers to masks, scrubs and gloves, and their in-house pharmacist to provide specialized advice. The Chemist Warehouse is located on the Lower Ground Level of the centre, and also offers customers a large selection of medicines, essential vitamins, and a variety of beauty products – all at competitive prices.
With the coronavirus having affected every aspect of our lives, businesses worldwide have been forced to make sacrifices, and customers have been required to limit interaction with others. To help with the problem, Adelaide Central Plaza has initiated the practice of “Shop Safe”, whenever possible, and they encourage the use of social distancing when shopping, sanitizing at every key shopping stop, and takeaways to limit prolonged interaction among customers.
The Adelaide Central Plaza is open seven days a week. For individual store hours please visit the official website of the Adelaide Central Plaza.