Where to shop in Australia?

A holiday or a pleasant stay at your dream destination remains incomplete unless you get some gifts, souvenirs or do some shopping and take back material memories for you and your loved ones. And when you are in Australia, you really do not need to think a lot as you have a whole lot of options to choose from. As the nation that is famous for its designer high-end brands, opals, crafts and jewellery, Australia offers you more than just an everyday shopping experience giving you a memory worth a lifetime.

Where to look for?



The local markets of the Canberra consist of more than 200 shops. In Manuka and Kingston, you can get whatever you want. From fashion to furniture and jewellery, the different specialized shops line up to offer a great shopping trip. To enjoy a bit of entertainment along with some exotic foods, the Old Bus Depot markets for the crafts and handiworks should be visited. If specially looking for crafts, you should head to the Hall for the Crafts market every first Sunday of the month.



If you’re looking to shop for European high end brands and designs, King’s Street in Perth is just the place for you. Or, you can browse through the designer collections available in the marts of Subiaco. Fresh produce, flowers, art and fashion, all are available to you under just one block’s space in Subiaco. To shop for the best items, you should surely watch out for the Perth Cultural Centre in weekends.

Brisbane, Queensland


The size of the Brisbane’s biggest shopping centre is enough to tell you about the wide variety of stuff you can buy there. With over 500 shops and boutiques, you get a wide range of options for clothing, jewellery and home appliances. To visit the revived culture, heritage listed Brisbane Arcade is advised to shop for designer fashion, jewellery items and antiquities. And well, if you are looking for bargaining, you can follow that up with the city’s cut price fashion warehouses.
So what are you waiting for? Collect the money in hand and get ready for some action.


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