Best Shopping In Sydney
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About Shopping Guide In Sydney
Sydney is one of the world’s main centres when it comes to global trade and business. Just like New York, London, Mumbai and Tokyo, Sydney is the commercial hub in the land down under. That obviously means it would have all the big names of global market lined up one after the other, thus making for a great shopping scene in Sydney. There are different types of shopping places in Sydney, catering to different tastes and preferences. Some like to go to the dazzling malls; others love strolling through a flea market area.
Here are the best places to go shopping in Sydney.
1. Westfield Warringah Mall
Westfield Warringah Hall is the finest contender when it comes to Sydney shopping. This outdoor and indoor shopping centre in Brookvale has some of the best international brands and retail chains. While it is true that these outlets can be found in any big urban mall in the world, it is still worth a visit. Every city has its own something to add. Moreover, there is an outdoor play area for children, which can keep your toddlers busy while you shop till you drop.
2. Harbourside Shopping Centre
Any Sydney shopping guide will tell you why one needs to visit the Harbourside Shopping Centre. More than the shops, the magnificent view of the famed Sydney harbour the city’s skyline is what draws the people. A multitude of shopping places and the cool sea breeze together make a great combination.
3. Glebe Market
Glebe has the vibe of a flea market in Sydney. One can buy things like clothes, accessories, footwear, décor items and jewellery here at really low prices. The main attraction of Glebe is its lovely art market. Glebe gives the artists of Sydney with great skills a chance to sell their work. Sketches, portraits, paintings, stencil art and many other varieties can be found here. One just needs to have the eye for art.
4. The Rocks Markets
Located next to the CBD area, the Rocks Market comes alive every weekend with all sorts of things to buy in Sydney. One can choose from handcrafted jewellery, homewares, beauty products, clothes and accessories and art pieces like exclusive paintings and photographs. Before the weekend, every Friday the marketplace has a gourmet fair of Sydney’s best and tastiest. Taste the crusty bread, chocolates, lamb kebabs, barbecued salmon and more such delicious dishes.
5. Queen Victoria Building
The Romanesque revival architecture is easily one of the best shopping centres in Sydney. It has old-world charm in the décor, but the shops are all vivid and contemporary. The place becomes even more beautiful in Christmas with a thousand twinkly lights and a giant Christmas tree.
6. Paddy’s market
The 150-year-old Paddy market is probably the biggest shopping centre in Sydney. From fashion to art to food to Sydney souvenirs, the place has it all.
7. DFO Homebush
DFP stands for Direct Factory Outlet, which means Homebush is the best place for cheap shopping in Sydney. All one needs to do is spend some time picking the best yet cheapest one from the lot and then engage in some bargaining to get it at an even lower price.
Shopping At Rocks Market In Sydney
If you are visiting Australia, then the Rocks Market Sydney is a must visit place. You get everything you need in one place. The Rock Shopping Centre is one such shopping experience that serves everything to tourists under one roof. You will find a white canopy covering all stalls which serve an excellent variety of handcra...
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English is the official language of Australia and is spoken and understood by a majority of the population.
One can board trains, trams, buses and also hire taxis for commutation.
Australian Dollars (AUD), are accepted in Sydney.
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Yes, there are many Indian restaurants in Sydney, offering delicious fare.
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