Book lovers rejoice! Adelaide’s leading bookseller Dymocks have opened their brand new $1.5 million dollar Rundle Mall home and it is spectacular.

Taking up the entire first floor above Regent Arcade off Rundle Mall, at almost 1000sqm of floor space, Dymocks Rundle Mall is South Australia’s largest bookstore. Housing more than 50,000 books, you could quite literally spend hours browsing the shelves with more so many amazing titles to choose from. Whether you want to discover a new author or return to an old favourite, this breathtakingly beautiful site is well worth a visit.

As well as books, Dymocks also stocks an extensive range of gifts, stationery, games and puzzles. To honour the historic Regent Theatre that used to occupy the building, Dymocks are restoring former furniture found in the basement, including tub chairs, a club lounge and sofa.

The kids’ section of the bookstore is impressive to say the least with all the classic picture books we know and love and plenty of exciting new titles to add to your collection. Packed full of memorable characters and rich illustrations you’ll find the likes of Julia Donaldson, Pamela Allen, Roald Dahl and many more.

Books truly are THE BEST gift you can give a child so if you’re looking for a gift for the kids in your family or an upcoming birthday party, you can’t go wrong with a book!

Next time you’re in Adelaide CBD do yourself a favour and take a wander through the aisles for your next great read. Whether it’s the latest fiction, biographies, crafting or anything in between you will certainly find something that interests you.

It’s so great to see Dymocks continue its 30+ year history in Rundle Mall in such a beautiful building.

Find them at
Level 1, Old Regent Theatre
Rundle Mall, Adelaide

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