Australia’s Best Shopping Locations

Australia is perhaps one of the best shopping destinations in the Asia Pacific. Every region has countless shopping centers, while the inner suburbs have the village markets. There are plenty of arts and crafts shops, art galleries, farms, and other factory outlets where luxury brands are available at marked-down prices.   To give you an […]

Australia is perhaps one of the best shopping destinations in the Asia Pacific. Every region has countless shopping centers, while the inner suburbs have the village markets. There are plenty of arts and crafts shops, art galleries, farms, and other factory outlets where luxury brands are available at marked-down prices.

 

To give you an idea of these shopping locations, take a look at the list below:

Rundle Mall

 

Rundle Mall is located in Adelaide, South Australia. Unlike more typical shopping centers, the shops are situated along pedestrian lanes. There are more than 600 shops to choose from, some of them native in Australia, such as Woolworths and David Jones. You can also find specialty boutiques selling a variety of unique items, from furnishings to food.

Adelaide Showground Farmers Market

You come here not just because the goods are much cheaper but you can also obtain the freshest produce. The farmer’s market even becomes livelier as people rush over muffins and other excellent breakfast treats and light fares, as well as to free demos from well-known chefs. By shopping in the farmers’ market, you can help those who are managing farms in the valleys.

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Paddington Market

 

There are several good markets and shops in Sydney, and Paddington is one of them. This one is located in Oxford Street. There are close to 300 vendors in the area, selling a variety of goods such as food, hardware, and antiques. You can also find some outdoor cafes and affordable eateries that offer free live performances to visitors.

 

Pitt Street Mall

 

This shopping mall is Sydney’s counterpart to Rundle mall. Some of the well-known shops found here are Glasshouse, Imperial Archade, Westfield Sydney Central Plaza, and Skygarden.

 

Australia Fair Shopping Centre

 

You can also proceed from Sydney to Gold Coast, where you can find one of the biggest shopping centers in the region. Australia Fair has over 200 specialty stores, along with uber-popular chains like Kmart and Woolworths. Visitors can rest at the Fig Tree Courtyard or watch a movie in any of the 10 in-house cinemas. The food courts give you an excellent view of Broadwater.

 

Chapel Street

Found in Melbourne, Chapel Street is a one-stop shopping destination. Besides the growing number of market stalls and specialty shops, there are al fresco restaurants, art galleries, and entertainment venues within the area. From there you can go to Bridge Road, where most of the clothes are designed by the locals.

 

West End Market

 

This market is Brisbane is one of the most anticipated. It opens only on Saturdays from 6 in the morning until 2 in the afternoon. Needless to say, hundreds of people troop here to buy everything they can possibly imagine, such as gourmet food to arts and crafts. Adding more to the fun is the fact that most people know one another.

 

Queen Street Mall

 

Queen Street Mall has something great for every kind of shopper. If you’re looking for luxury brands, you can go to Queens Plaza. If you’re scouring for something formal, proceed to Broadway on the Mall. A more comprehensive apparel collection is at Wintergarden.

 

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