Late night pharmacies/chemists in Adelaide - do any 24 hour ones exist?

Its very hard to find a 24 hour chemist in Adelaide (dont think they exist). If you want to fill a prescription after trading hours your options are:
Call ahead! Nothing worse than showing up and they are closed.

Only late night chemists I could find are:

Midnight Pharmacy located at 192-198 Wakefield Street, Adelaide. Phone 08 8232 4445. Open - Monday to Saturday 7.00am 12 midnight; Sundays, Public Holidays 9.00am 12 midnight.

John Quinn Norwood Pharmacy - located at 188 The Parade, Norwood, Phone (08) 8364 5676. Open - Monday to Friday 7am-10pm, Sat-Sun 8am10pm

United Discount Chemists - located at 513 Bridge Road, Para Hills, phone (08) 8258 3120). Open Mon-Fri 9am-10pm, Sat, Sunday and public holidays 9am9pm.

Hopefully we can add to this list!
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whatsopen 2yrs+
unfortunately due to the amount of security needed, plus the risk of druggies etc, pharmacies don't open 24 hours. Try using http://www.whatsopen.com.au
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CommunityMan 2yrs+
On my trips to Adeliade I've struggled to find anything open late at night! It's worse than Perth and nothing like Melbourne, where late night people are well catered for.
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Tone 2yrs+
There's another 7am-Midnight chemist on Jetty Rd, Glenelg. I normally go to this one as the one in the City is in a pretty dodgy part (next to Maccas West Terrace, which can be pretty hairy sometimes).

I guess if I need my medication at 3am and I forgot to fill my prescription the day before, I'm SOL.
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Midnight Pharmacy has moved.
198 Wakefield St
Adelaide, SA, 5000
Corner of Wakefield St. & Frome St.
Ph: (08) 8232 4445
Midnight Pharmacy is open 365 days a year including Christmas day, from 7.00 am to Midnight
http://www.truelocal.com.au/business/midnight-pharmacy/adelaide
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KellieM 2yrs+
over changed for prescriptions worse chemist store will never go their aagain
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ShaniceK 2yrs+
Modbury DayNite Pharmacy in Modbury. Open 365 days including public holidays. Thank goodness!
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BobHarwood 2yrs+
Modbury DayNite Pharmacy in Modbury. Open 365 days including public holidays. Thank goodness!

BobHarwood asks what times does this operate?please!
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There should be a 24 hour pharmacy somewhere. I would think so at least. I'm prone to kidney stones. If I were to get one overnight and I wasn't able to get my pain killer prescription I would not be a very happy camper. I hope you can find something.
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ShaniceK 2yrs+
BobHarwood - 7am - 10pm which is a godsend when you have kids!
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duncanb4 May 14, 2019
JamesMac

Adelaide is the worst city in Australia, nothing stays open to cater for people I Regards to healthcare we have 5 kids between the ages of. 11 months and 12 years and when flu hits or there is something viral going around you can’t always plan for it. Home Doctors don’t carry everything, we needed zirtac for our 11 month old . He was too sick and feverish to take out so we booked the home doctor and by the time he got to us at 12:45 there was nothing we could do. There should be a 24 hour pharmacy set up at hospitals across Adelaide but like everything else in this state , we are 30 minutes and 10 years behind the rest of the country... wished we’d stayed in Melbourne where this type of drama never happens...
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