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  • Sydney, one of the worlds’ most loved cities, which gives you the lively vibe every time you visit. There are always plenty of things to do in Sydney, the lovely food, endless days at beaches and sightseeing of indigenous history of Sydney. But, if you love to take home memories of places you visit, shopping in Sydney is the perfect thing in your list.

    It is a place where fashion and design meet each other and it is one of Sydney's most well known Saturday markets with diversity, character and style. If you want to see the funkiest creation of artists, then you should visit Glebe Market on Saturday.

    If you want to go out for shopping, then Westfield Warringah Mall is another place you are looking for. A paradise for all the shopaholics, where you will get a chance to shop from all your favourite brands. An outdoor area for toddlers adds to delight, as it will leave you from a lot of stress and concentrate on your shopping. 

    Here are some of the best places for shopping in Sydney:

  • 01Westfield Warringah Mall

    If you want to go out shopping, then it is best for you to visit Westfield Warringah Mall. It has a large indoor and outdoor shopping centre. The shopping mall encompasses some good brands such as David Jones, Myer, Target, Big W, Bunnings, Woolworths and more.

    Highlight: It has approximately 50 speciality store. As an add on delight you will find outdoor play area for toddlers too which will leave you from a lot of stress and concentrate on your shopping.

    Location: Condamine St, Old Pittwater Road, Brookvale
  • 02Alexandria Outlets

    A paradise for all the shopaholics where you will get a chance to shop from all your favourite brands. A train journey to Green square would be just perfect for you to explore all the stores that line Mcevoy Street. Moreover, you will find some interesting bargains in outlets like Seafolly, Puma, New Balance, Cotton On, Morrisey and David Lawrence. You can find some interesting kitchenware, cafes and restaurants too. It will take approximately one one and a half day to complete the shopping expedition.

    Location: 39/37-41 Doody St.
  • 03Harbourside Shopping Centre

    The Harbourside Shopping Centre provides not just an amazing view because it is located close to the water edge. The magnificent view that the place provides is an absolute show stopper. You can view the amazing harbour and city skyline view which will surely take your breath away.


    Highlights: Quite interestingly, you will also find a bowling alley and laser in this shopping centre which just adds to the fun you can have in this place.

    Location: 231/2-10 Darling Dr, Sydney NSW 2000.
  • 04Glebe Markets – Glebe

    A place where fashion and design meet each other is Glebe Market. You can spend here hours and you will still not know where the time has flown by. A market which is so full of creativity that you simply can’t have enough. It showcases the natural creativity of the artists who have seriously come up with something truly phenomenal expertise and skill sets.

    Highlights: Jewellery and Accessories are things to shop for in this market. You can shop for some stencil art and other amazing artworks which are being sold here. If you are a music lover then you can visit this place on a Saturday where you will get to listen to some free music.

    Location: Glebe Public School, Glebe Point Road, Glebe NSW2037.
  • 05The Rocks Markets

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    Did you ever know that all the good things happen on Friday. If not then visit ‘The Rocks Market’ from 9am to 3pm. The Rock Foodies Market is about all the interesting things you can relish in lovely Jack Mundey Place.

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    Highlights: You can try the delectable crusty bread, chocolate, homewares, condiments, Guitar and Banjos amongst others. If you are looking for something more try the gourmet wraps, burgers, barbecued salmon, lamb kebabs and much more. The market is open only on Saturdays and Sundays from 10am to 5pm. You will find more than 200 eclectic stalls by some emerging designers and artists.

    Location: George St, The Rocks NSW2000.
  • 06Birkenhead Point Outlet Centre

    If you want to go out for shopping while enjoying the spectacular views of the harbour while having the best of fashion, food and lifestyle all under one roof.

     Highlights: Birkenhead is the original factory outlet centre. It offers some of the top most designer labels and that too at 70%off regular price. While shopping you can also get a chance to sip of coffee.
  • 07The Strand Arcade

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    Want to have some Victorian Style Shopping? There is absolutely no better place than the Strand Arcade. The Arcade was also known as the ‘Arcade Street’ , a name which was given to the place which connects London with City of Westminster.

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    Highlights: You can find the local craftsmanship of Australian Designer Labels such as Alex Perry, Manning Cartell, Lover, Dion Lee and many more to list down. You can also visit some of the renowned stores such as Haigh Chocolates, Raphael Jewellers, Victoria Buckley Jewellery and much more.

    Location: 412-414 George St, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
  • 08Queen Victoria Building

    A shopping centre which will leave you totally mesmerized by its Romanesque revival architecture. It has some four floor shopping malls and is well complemented with several other delightful cafes and restaurants. A must visit place for every tourists.

    Highlight: The centre dome is a place to watch out especially during Christmas as it is occupied by a giant Christmas Tree. The Queen Victoria Building fills an entire block by George, Market, York and Druitt Street.

    Location: 455 George Street Sydney NSW 2000 Australia.
  • 09Broadway Shopping Centre

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    One of the largest shopping centre in Sydney which is located in Broadway locality and a shopper’s paradise too. You can get a chance to shop from over millions of brand options.

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    Highlights: The shopping mall features some of the renowned brands which are hard to find anywhere else. You can get a chance to shop from Kmart, Coles, food court, Hoyts 12 screen cinemas. And you can also shop from several speciality stores.

    Location: 1 Bay Street, Broadway NSW 2007.
  • 10Bondi Junction Westfield

    What makes this shopping centre different from the rest of them in Australia is Westfield Bondi Junction. It has over 400 speciality store and several departmental store too such as David Jones and Myer. One can also get a chance to shop from their favourite brands such as Zara, Harvey Norman and Rebel Sport. Some of the other brands cover some other known brands such as Louis Vuitton, Chanel, Gucci, Tiffany, Bally, Dior and other well-known brands too.

    Location: 500 Oxford Street, Bondi Junction NSW 2022.
  • 11Paddy’s Market

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    One of the biggest market in Sydney for over 150 years is the Paddy’s Market. You will find a wide variety of stalls of food, fashion and other exciting gifts. You can shop for some of your friends and beloved from the market place.

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    Highlights: You can get sporting goods, clothes, cosmetics, footwear and even fruits and vegetables. If you are in love with music then you can even shop for heavy metal CD’s too.

     Location: Hay Street Corner of Thomas Street, Haymarket NSW 2000.
  • 12Sydney Fish Market

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    For all the fish lover’s this place will be like a true heaven for you. You can shop your favourite fish from the Sydney Fish Market which is the third largest seafood market in the world in terms of variety.

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    Highlights: The Sydney Fish Market caters to six seafood retailers, greengrocer, sushi bar, restaurants, gift shops and more. To help you fill your weekends with seafood delight the place offers constant offers from Friday 2pm to Sunday 4 pm.

    Location: Bank St & Pyrmont Bridge Road, Sydney NSW 2009, Australia
  • 13DFO Homebush (Direct Factory Outlet)

    If you are looking for a perfect bargain haven, then this place is for you. All you need to do is spend a lot of time to pick the cheaper one from the boxes that are available there. You can definitely check out the homeware store too where you can find some perfect piece. The parking can be a real nightmare for you, so it is best to visit the place somewhere around 10 am which is opening time for you. The renovation that has happened has made the shopping centre quite classy to look and moreover it allows you to get the clothes, shoes and even general merchandise too.

    3-5 Underwood Rd, Homebush NSW 2140, Australia
  • 14World Square

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    It is the central business district which comprises of not only shopping centres, restaurants, café and other take away shop which will keep you busy all the time.

    Highlights: The place is also considered to be home to many radio stations too especially the Austereo’s Sydney radio. You can also visit the famous Rydges World Square Hotel which has both restaurants and other commercial space. You can also witness one of the tallest skyscraper World Tower. The place is a must visit for one and all and allow you to spend some of the most amazing time.

     Location: World Square is a large development in the Sydney Central Business District, New South Wales, Australia
  • 15Visit Sydney Jewish Museum

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    The Sydney Jewish museum catalogues the history of the Jewish people in Australia and most importantly the Holocaust. It was made to commemorate Jewish men and women who served in the second world war. In the historic Maccabean Hall, it was opened for Sir John Monash on Armistice Day in the year 1923. The museum has long been a major Jewish community center since then and has been deemed as an ideal venue for the museum. It is an important part of the Aussie cultural history that tends to pay tribute to the six million people who were murdered by the Nazi's. Further, Sydney Jewish Museum honors the people who happened to survive this massacre.

    Location: It is located at the 148 Darlington Road.

    Highlight: Sydney Jewish Museum aims to teach religious Tolerance and universal brotherhood to mankind.

    Best time to visit: It is best visited during the Hanukkah festival.