All the big names in shopping are here in the city center. Marked with the purple round icon to mark the shopping centres.
There are places to shop for clothes, accessories, shoes, jewelry, cameras and beauty products of all the big names. Perfect for a day out, there are plenty of restaurants and eateries to choose from to keep you going.
Details of these Sydney city places to shop and others can be found under:
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Good a place to start as any, at the Pitt Street Mall is the place for you to find what you want and what you need. Branching off from here are arcades and centres with even more, from hand made chocolates to all things Australiana.
The historic Queen Victoria Building is an elegant building, built in 1898 in the Romanesque Revival style. Boutique shops on five levels for your perusal.
Westfield’s, today a name in shopping around the world in places like San Francisco, London and New York actually had its earliest beginning in Sydney. This one in the city’s center has integrated Centrepoint, the Imperial Arcade and the Skygarden into one convenient place with seven floors of all kinds of things as well as restaurants, cafés and bars.
Next door to Hilton Sydney, The Galeries has developed into a lifestyle and cultural destination. Food, fashion, health and beauty, art and music in the city’s most contemporary shopping centre.
Centrepoint Tower has been a familiar landmark since 1981 for Sydneysiders. Offering magnificent views for visitors as well as great shopping below:
The shopping experience can be exhilarating, and Sydney does not disappoint:
From fashion, jewellery and accessories to food and essential needs, you can find it here.
Originally designed and built to house convicts, sent here by Britain to help build the first settlement of the newly founded colony of New South Wales:
The beautiful sandstone cathedral next to the Town Hall is St. Andrew’s. A landmark building in the early town of Sydney Australia, it is now surrounded by city skyscrapers. With its clock tower, the Town Hall in Sydney dominated the landscape for many years. Built more than 140 years ago, it still has many uses as a public venue for events and a meeting place:
St Mary’s Cathedral in Sydney Australia is a well known landmark building, featuring prominently next to Hyde Park in the inner part of the city:
The Australian Museum explores cultures around the world, dinosaurs, native bird life, Aborigines, mineral and biodiversity:
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