Royal Adelaide Hospital Research Fund Newsagency - RAH Research Fund

Delivering more than newspapers

The Royal Adelaide Hospital (RAH) Research Fund Newsagency is much more than newspapers and stationery – it’s a one-stop shop for a vast range of products and services.

By supporting the newsagency, you’ll be supporting medical research as all profits go back to the RAH Research Fund.

And while there, you can also make a donation or buy RAH Research Fund merchandise or a cuddly Scrubs bear.

As well as a range of newspapers, magazines and stationery items, the shop is also an agency for Adelaide Metro, Australia Post and SA Lotteries.

Where to find us

Level 3D in the RAH retail precinct, next to the public dining area.
T: 08 7074 5100.

Trading Hours

Monday – Friday:
7.30am to 5.30pm

9.00am to 4.00pm

Sunday and Public Holidays:
Closed (Newspapers are available from Agency Café on these days)

Products and services

  • Newspapers
  • Gifts/Toys
  • Magazines
  • Plush Toys
  • Cards
  • The LOTT agency
  • Stationery
  • Gift Cards
  • Mobile Phones
  • Paperbacks Books
  • Phone cards
  • Books
  • Melba’s Chocolates
  • Confectionary and Snacks
  • Toiletries
  • Dry Cleaning
  • Mobile Recharge Vouchers
  • Adelaide Metro – recharge and cards
  • Australia Post agency – limited services
  • TV Vouchers for patients
  • Long Term Parking Tickets for patient’s families
  • Parcelpoint/Toll/TNT – parcel pickup and drop off agent

Our friendly staff are not only on hand to assist you at the shop, they are happy to deliver purchases to patients when possible. Also, Volunteers can purchase and deliver newsagency items for patients via a ward service.

The team is led by Cynthia Henderson who has vast experience working in a newsagency and has been with the store since it first opened in 1990.

The team is always pleased to meet and assist visitors, patients, families and staff in the new RAH Research Fund Newsagency.

Since 1990, the newsagency has donated more than $1.4 million to assist medical research through the RAH Research Fund.