Suburban Shopping Centres

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All About Suburban Shopping Centres

Suburban Shopping Centres | SydneyChatswood Shopping Centre, to the city’s north, boasts major retailers Coles and Target, plus 310 speciality stores including homewares retailers Melon Gifts and Bayswiss, fashion icons Industry and Jag, the beautiful creations of Swarovski crystal, and luxurious Napoleon Perdis cosmetics.

Further to the north, Westfield Hornsby features more than 350 retailers including Aldi, Coles, Kmart, Target and David Jones. Fashionistas will enjoy the specialist retailers including Cue and 7 Degrees, while Living Energies gifts will add a special touch to your home.

Castle Towers Shopping Centre, in Sydney’s north-west, boasts an impressive selection of retailers such as David Jones and Myer department stores, major retailers Target, Kmart and Coles, as well as more than 310 specialty stores.

To the west of the CBD, Westfield Parramatta features a massive 539 stores to explore, including Coles, Kmart, Target and Woolworths, fashion brands Fossil, Fuell and Hollywood Shoes, Gameswizards for a bit of fun, and Sydney Coins and Jewellery for keen collectors.

To the south-west, the Westfield Liverpool boasts a Big W and Woolworths store, and more than 320 specialist retailers including Adairs and Concepts Direct homewares, and fashion icons Colour18, Dotti, Elle Would fashion, Esprit and Guess.

In the south, Westfield Eastgardens, near the airport, features a wide variety of more than 350 stores including majors Coles, Kmart and Target, homewares retailers Kikki K and Bayswiss, fashion names Icon and Rodd & Gunn, and the tempting Lush cosmetics and Star Bijoux jewellers.

Further south of Sydney, Westfield Miranda features more than 480 stores including majors Big W,
Woolworths and Aldi, fashion retailers Maggie T, Esprit, My Size and Anthea Crawford footwear, and,
for those with a sweet tooth, Krispy Kreme doughnuts.