Shopping

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Shopping is one of many reasons tourists are attracted to Sydney. Shopping in Sydney is an experience not to be missed. Sydney Shopping is outstanding and with so many places to shop in this sensational part of Australia, we have compiled a list to help you pick the perfect place.

 

While the Sydney city has plenty of shopping destinations all within walking distance, the beach side suburbs also have their own collections and shopping strips that perfectly suit the laid back and relaxed beach culture.

 

1

 Pitt Street Mall

Pitt Street Mall
The Pitt Street Mall is located in the Sydney CBD and is one of Australia’s busiest and most cosmopolitan shopping precincts. This mall consists of many flagship chain stores and more than five hundred speciality stores. The Pitt Street Mall is regarded as the busiest shopping streets in Sydney and the second most expensive street for retail rents in the world behind New York City’s Fifth Avenue.

Pitt Street Mall, Sydney  View Map

2

 Westfield Bondi Junction

Westfield Bondi Junction
Westfield Bondi Junction is the second largest Shopping Centre in Australia by number of stores, with a total of four hundred and ninety nine. This Shopping Centre boasts department stores such as Myer, Harvey Norman and David Jones, grocery stores Woolworths and Coles, a food court and a Greater Union cinema. This six level shopping complex is notable for it’s modern structure and retail mix.

500 Oxford Street, Bondi Junction Ph: 02 9947-8000  View Map

3

 Sydney Tower

Sydney Tower
The iconic Sydney Tower not only provides amazing views, but an outstanding shopping centre. This prime leisure and shopping centre provides for all budgets, with department stores Myer and David Jones. Sydney Tower provides more than three hundred speciality retailers including Gucci, Calvin Klein, Prada and Versace.
100 Market Street, Sydney  View Map
4

 Queen Victoria Building

Queen Victoria Building
The incredible and spectacular Queen Victoria Building was built in the late 1800’s with an imperial styled Romanesque dome covered with copper and four levels of shops. This shopping centre caters for contemporary fashion, art, jewellery, antiques and a lot more.

455 George Street, Sydney Ph: 02 9264-9209  View Map

5

 The Rocks Market

The Rocks Market
The Rocks Market is located in the Rock Historical District. These markets provide a wide selection of fashion, arts, antiques, souvenirs and indigenous arts and crafts which can be enjoyed by families, couples and singles. The Rocks market is just minutes away from the Sydney Opera House and boasts entertainment and events.
George Street, The Rocks Ph: 02 9240-8717  View Map