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With over 700 shops, services and specialists, 15 arcades
and centres and 175 fashion boutiques, Rundle Mall offers
you the biggest and best choice of stores in Adelaide.
For details of over 70 senior discount offers simply pick up
your copy of the Senior Discounts booklet from the Rundle
Mall Visitor Information Centre near the Myer Centre and
James Place, or call 08 8203 7200 today.
Great Discounts in Rundle Mall
in Rundle Mall
Discounts for Seniors in
Rundle Mall all year round
Seniors don’t have to wait for the
sale season to pick up a great deal
in Rundle Mall with close to 100
stores offering discounts all year
Catch a free bus, train or tram to
the city and pick up a copy of the
Seniors Discount booklet from
the information booth to receive
exclusive offers of up to 25% off.
Visit Specsavers for 25% off frames
and lenses over $199 or visit
Millers Fashion Club in Rundle
Mall Plaza and receive 10% off full
You’ll find your style in Rundle
Mall with over 175 fashion stores
including Katies, Hedrena, Fletcher
Jones, Gazman and Rhodes and
Beckett just to name a few.
It’s Adelaide’s best range of
international and local brands
complemented by specialty
boutiques, and all located in the City
There are also plenty of cafes and
restaurants to see during your visit,
you’ll be spoilt for choice.
The east end of the Mall has a
new restaurant Briccone’s, with an
impressive modern Mediterranean
style menu and a great range of
wines and coffees.
It is a great place to soak up the
atmosphere and at night you can
take in the sights of the Rundle
Next time you visit Rundle Mall
make sure you pick up a copy
of the discount booklet at the
Rundle Mall Visitor Information
Centre or call 8203 7200 to have
one posted to your home.
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Great coffee, delicious food and
a relaxing atmosphere, Grind It’s
all-day Breakfast and Lunch menu
features daily specials changing
weekly including vegan and gluten
Winner of the Lifestyle Food Award
for SA’s Best Coffee, their produce is
free-range, locally sourced, or made
in-house including their famous chilli
ginger jam, chutneys, baked beans,
cakes, gluten-free bread and raisin
Fresh tasty meals delivered daily
Nutritious and great value at only
$10.00 for a two-course meal, their
reward is your smile!
Mary Ann’s Kitchen can be
contacted on 8362 3777.
It’s great to see a familiar face
each day. Servicing seniors and the
disabled since 1996, the friendly
and caring staff deliver fresh, tasty
and nutritious homestyle meals right
to your door.
Shopping, Food & Dining
Eating should be enjoyable activity
Healthy eating is as important for
older people as it is for young adults,
adolescents and children.
Everyone knows that they should
“eat healthy” but we should not
forget that eating needs to be an
enjoyable and sociable activity you
can look forward to.
There is no question that, in general,
“you are what you eat”. As you
age it is ideal to maintain a healthy
weight. Remember, losing weight
and being very thin are not a normal
part of ageing.
For a healthy lifestyle, a good diet
should be combined with regular
moderate exercise. This may include
walking, swimming or dancing.
Exercise helps control your appetite
and hence your weight. It helps you
sleep and strengthens your heart,
blood vessels, lungs and bones.
Ageing brings with it inevitable
changes to your lifestyle. You are no
longer rushing to work every day and
having a set routine. Lifestyle changes
can affect your eating habits.
Loneliness, boredom, depression
and worrying about the future may
lead to you skipping meals and
generally eating poorly. Difficulty
with chewing and swallowing, taking
many medications, having a chronic
disease or difficulty with walking or
transport can all impact on the ability
to access good food and eat well.
It is important that if some of this
sounds familiar, you need to focus
on improving your diet and access
to good food. If necessary, ask for
outside help. Enquire about local
community services by contacting
your local community health centre,
council, hospital or your doctor.
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