One of the more popular places to shop in Sydney is the Pitt Street Mall, with a number of shopping malls, arcades and major department stores within a short walk of each other. Located in the Central Business District CBD, the mall features amongst many other things, fashion, accessories, jewellery and specialist items, coming from places around the world as well as Australia.
Also within a short walking distance are other major places to shop, including Darling Harbour, Chinatown, the QVB and World Square. See the shopping map of Sydney CBD. Shopping areas are marked in yellow, but of course there are shops in virtually all the streets between them and leading up to them.
See map of Sydney showing the main shopping places to shop in yellow, as well as The Rocks and Darling Harbour Map of Inner Sydney Australia.
Interior of the Queen Victoria Building
Place to Shop: The Rocks, a restored historical district at the foot of the city and located next to Circular Quay can give you a shopping experience with a historical twist. There is also a market held here on weekends, great for finding that unusual gift or souvenir.
Place to Shop: Pitt Street City Mall is another great place for bargains with the latest fashion clothes, accessories, scents and jewellry. In the many side streets leading to Pitt St you can find also find arcades filled with speciality shops for everything from chocolates and books to rare DVDs and record albums.
See more about shopping in Sydney city centre: Sydney Shopping.
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Main Photo: Queen Victoria Building - Sydney shopping centre
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