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Australia Shopping





the aussie koala shop

The Aussie Koala Shop
Interesting souvenir shops located in the heart of The Rocks catering for all souvenir needs.


the myer center

The Myer Center
With 200 specialty stores from fashion, accessories, services, gifts and souvenirs to leisure and homeware, Brisbane's largest department store, Myer, offers fabulous shopping, numerous cafes and restaurants, cinemas and undercover car parking, for your convenience.


Paddy's Markets (Sydney)
Paddy's Markets has a history which dates back more than 150 years. Located in Hay Street, Haymarket, more than 1,000 stalls sell anything from fresh produce to bric-a-brac. Open 9am-4.30pm Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Right above Paddy's is Market City, a new complex full of shops and excellent eating facilities.


David Jones
In the heart of the city, the sheer elegance, huge flower arrangement and background piano showering on David Jones make it as one of the department store that should not be missed.


Queen Victorial Building
Queen Victorial Building- Sydney's premier shopping center which takes up to the entire George Street block, with almost 200 shops, cafes and restaurants. This enchanting place also offers you antiques, crafts, souvenirs,and fashion. Within the building, there is also a 6m Royal Clock with the shape of Britain's Balmoral Castle and replicas of the British Crown Jewels.


Shopping Spree Tours
Let's grab the opportunity of the bargain shopping possibilities of buying Sydney's garment produced by the factories and warehouses. Discounts are available up to 75% off normal retail prices for brand name fashions, leather goods, jewellry and gemstones, cosmetics, lingerie and children's wear and toys.


Harbourside Shopping Center (Darling Harbour)
Harbourside Shopping Centre buzzes, with over 150 stores on two levels with great gifts, duty free, exotic jewellry, novelty entertainment stores and the latest in men's and women's fashion. Services are at hand with several bank outlets, chemist, newsagency and hairdresser. Come and spend a few dollars yourself and see what this fascinating place has to offer you.


Argyle Center (The Rocks)
In The Rocks, the new Argyle Center shopping emporium housed in arestored historic building has a tempting range of designer fashions and irresistible gifts.


Kmart
Located at the corner of Burwood Highway and Blackburn Road, Australia's first discount department store and food market proved a huge success and marked the beginning of a new era in retailing and Kmart becoming a household name. Today, thirty years after Kmart Burwood's grand opening, Kmart has 162 stores Australia and New Zealand wide, offering exceptional value and an extensive range of products such as latest season's apparel, toys, sporting goods, bedding, kitchenware, outdoor furniture, barbecues, music, video, car care, Tyre and Auto service and electrical appliances. This makes the center one of the most convenient in Australia.

 

 

Acknowledgements: ASIATRAVELMART.COM








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