Apple will open its first store in South Australia this Saturday as the electronics giant continues to grow its local footprint.
Adelaide’s newly opened Rundle Place in the CBD will house the state’s first store, also making it the 20th Australian Apple store.
Rundle Place opened earlier this year in March following its $385 million development. A full line Coles anchors the centre in addition to Harris Scarfe and Best & Less.
More than 70 retailers are located Rundle Place including the first Australian stores of three Canadian brands – La Vie En Rose, Joshua Perets, and Point Zero – as well as Adelaide firsts for Peter Jackson, Vince Camuto, and Ted Baker.
Events, Blue Illusion, Queenspark, Jigsaw, Pandora, Oxford, Crossroads, Esprit, Seduce, and Florsheim are among others in the the centre.
The retailer’s $2.5 million dollar store has already begun accepting reservations for workshops and Genius bar appointments.