From designer labels to local brands to trendy household goods to handcrafted jewelry, there are simply different stylish items you can find in Sydney. This Australian city also has several shopping venues – may it be shopping malls, bustling markets, quaint boutiques or historic arcades. Here are some of the places to visit for the best shopping in Sydney:
Harbour in Sydney is home to Harbourside, a large-scale retail destination.
Opened in 1995, it offers two levels of retail shops, entertainment facilities,
waterfront dining strips and a well-liked food court.
Opened in 2010, the new MidCity shopping centre re-established a pedestrian connection between George and Pitt streets. If you are looking for national fashion brands or active lifestyle gear, MidCity is a destination to visit.
This late 19th century heritage-listed Romanesque Revival building has seen several uses and remodeling throughout the years. Presently, QVB is a bustling shopping mall packed with high fashion stores and more affordable brand shops.
Another heritage-listed structure in Sydney, the Victorian-style Strand Arcade is home to select stores and eating places. Here, window shopping is definitely a treat with all the cedar staircases, protruding galleries, cast iron balusters, tiled floors, timber-framed storefronts and tinted glass roof.
Known to have
the largest shopping mall area in Sydney, Westfield Sydney is found on Pitt
Street Mall – a popular shopping hub in the city. There are more than 350
stores at Westfield Sydney and among its anchor tenants are Microsoft Store, JB
Hi-Fi and Zara. A Myer department store can also be found inside this shopping centre.
World Square Shopping Centre occupies the ground floor and lower ground floor of a namesake development that fills an entire block in Sydney. This shopping destination features several shops of well-known brands and a list of popular eating places.
Bondi Beach in Sydney and there you will find the Bondi Markets teeming with
local handicrafts. There are all sorts of souvenirs that can be found here,
including ocean-inspired prints, handmade candles, organic skin care products
and unique accessories.
time-tested marketplace, Paddy’s Markets in Sydney’s Chinatown is an
interesting place to shop for souvenirs. Take note that Paddy’s Markets is open
from Wednesday to Sunday only and can be found beneath Market City.
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