State of New South Wales Shopping

  • Markets
    by colin_bramso
  • Markets
    by colin_bramso
  • Markets
    by colin_bramso

State of New South Wales Shopping

  • Markets

    Sydney Shopping

    Paddy's is a large very popular market alongside Chinatown. It's the oldest market in Australia dating back to the early days of white settlement. Stalls sell inexpensive clothing, giftware, souvenirs, sunglasses, confectionary and more, and there's a very good fruit, vegetable and seafood section.

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  • Clothing

    Sydney Shopping

    Wombat at the Rocks is one of the many cute little shops in the Rocks area. The shop sells quality Australian items; hats, shoes, bags and accesories. They have a large selction of Ugg items as well as Jacaru hats. I've been shopping here since my fist visit to Sydney in 2007. They have a great selction of items and the sales people are very...

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  • Queen Victoria Building

    Sydney Shopping

    The Queen Victoria Building is maybe the biggest of the elegant, old-fashioned shopping-arcades in the centre of Sydney. It was built in 1898 in the place of a local market and it was restored again in 1984 and it is nowadays not only the most beautiful shoppingcentre in Sydney, but also a place to eat inside some great cafes and restaurants and a...

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  • Malls.

    Sydney Shopping

    The taxi dropped us off early, so we wandered around the shopping mall while we waited for the restaurant to open. We saw all kinds of miniskirts which my granddaughter and I agreed Barb (her mother/my daughter) would never wear. These were very fancy and high priced stores - no tacky souvenir kiosks here. Westfield Sydney Shopping Hours Monday -...

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  • The Rocks

    Sydney Shopping

    If you're looking for a place that's a bit different from your typical souvenir shops, look no further then the Harbour Rocks Store. Located in The Rocks area of Sydney, this little store sells native gifts like boomerangs and aboriginal pendants and bracelets. You won't find your typical souvenirs here, apart from T-Shirts, with unique designs to...

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  • Jewellery

    Sydney Shopping

    Hathi is one of Liz's favorite shops in the Rocks. This shop has a nice selection of handmade jewelry in different shapes, sizes and material. Liz fist discovered this shop during our October 2007 trip and have returned on both of our 2010 trips. One our first trip I bought Liz a pearl choker which is one of her favorite pieces of jewelry and she...

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  • Department Stores

    Sydney Shopping

    This is not about one particular shop but a complex. It's one of Sydney's busiest shopping precincts and you can easily reach it by public transport. It's about 10 kms north of the Sydney Harbour Bridge and it's named after the suburb, Chatswood. It's not a shopping mall inasmuch as the original blocks have been retained but there are hundreds of...

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  • Darling Harbour

    Sydney Shopping

    There are cafes and gift shops at Sydney Aquarium, some of which are accessible to non-paying visitors. Neither my granddaughter nor I bought much here. This was where all the children turned in their scavenger hunt cards to get their chocolate. Their website says: SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium has three retail outlets which provide an impressive...

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  • Australian Arts and Products

    Sydney Shopping

    My granddaughter had a list of things she wanted to get or that people had asked her to bring them and usually a museum shop is a pretty good place to buy things that are reasonable in price and not just tourist junk. So she shopped around and got a couple of boomerangs for her dad and a few other little souvenirs. They have books, T-shirts,...

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  • Birkenhead Point

    Sydney Shopping

    Birkenhead has some excellent bargains as does DFO at Homebush but you are advised to get there early on a weekend when most local people go. A weekday is a better option. A cab from the city would be expensive and negate the value of going in the first place. Birkenhead has the advantage of being right on the water so you can have a scenic meal or...

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  • Oxford Street

    Sydney Shopping

    The best shop I walked into was Opus! It full of great home wares and quirky little things that you just don't find everywhere. It has a lot of modern stuff that is really colourful and practical and there is another section that as still modern but a bit toned downed. It really is worth the look as I doubt there are many stores like it. It is on...

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  • Food and Drink

    Sydney Shopping

    Darrell Lea is a chain of chocolate stores. Darrel Lea is owned and operated by the Lea family since 1927. This Australian confectionery producer has several delicious treats such as hard center chocolates, caramels, rocky road bars, liquorish, chocolate bars and jelly beans. The store has that Yum smell as soon as you enter the door....it is the...

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  • Shoes

    Sydney Shopping

    I'm a confessed shoe addict. Once I find a brand or shop that I love; they have a customer for life. My husband and I first discovered this shop during my second trip to Sydney. The shop carries are large variety of shoes from casual flats, boots, platform heels, sandals and accesories. I have fallen in love with their platform pumps and have...

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  • Strand Arcade

    Sydney Shopping

    The Strand of 1891 is a very elegant shopping-arcade that was built as a connection between Pitt Street and George Street, with a total length of 104 meters and it is 3 storeys high. The Strand Arcades was built by an english architect named John Spencer and the name was taken from "The Strand" in London, which used to be London's most popular...

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  • Bookshops

    Sydney Shopping

    Dymocks Dymocks was my favorite bookshop in Sydney and I have to admit this was mainly for the great architecture of the building that I saw while walking through the centre of Sydney. The Dymocks Building is a great sight of Victorian Architecture and Dymocks is a chain of bookshops that was founded in 1879 and they have nowadays around 65...

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  • Duty Free

    Sydney Shopping

    Goods and Services Tax (G$T) is a broad-based tax of 10% on most goods, services and other items sold or consumed in Australia. Do not forget to ask the GST refund when leaving Australia. I find some advice ho to proceed... The Tourist Refund Scheme (TRS) enables you to claim a refund, subject to certain conditions, of the goods and services tax...

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  • Music

    Sydney Shopping

    Hi ive been coming to this store since my early teens when it was purely an underground music store mainly hardcore metal and punk , these days it caters for just about everyone but still specailisers in metal , its full of rock memorabillia and hard to find collectables ,its a rock lovers heaven !! Theres clothes, cds old rare and bootleg hard to...

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  • Real Australian Boots

    It's not a fancy shop but you will find the real sheepskin Ugg in this shop and the prices are very low than in bigger shop. Blue Mountains Ugg Boots are a family business generation that's why their prices are very low than the other shop. And if you ask for a discount they will give you especially if you are a tourist UGG Boots & etc. 157$

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  • High Victoriana

    Not that I'm a shopaholic, far from it in fact - but no visit to Sydney is complete for me without a visit to the Queen Victoria Building. The gorgeous mix of high Victorian architecture and decoration, beautifully restored and maintained; chic shops and boutiques - some 200 of them on 3 levels; great little cafes perfectly set up for...

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  • Stylish art and crafts

    Interesting art from both local and Australia-wide artists, craftworks that display the finest workmanship, a cool cafe serving yummy homemade cakes and good coffee all make the short trip up the Pacific Highway to the Lake Russell Gallery one of my favourite things to do when I'm in Coffs Harbour.The gallery stages regular exhibitions as well as...

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  • Sydney: The Rocks Market

    One of the most fun things we were able to see on our trip to New South Wales was the marketplace in the Rocks. There were all sorts of diverse things available for purchase here, from photo albums to home made soap! All of these things had distinct Australian appeal, and I could tell it would be the perfect time to get those one of a kind gifts...

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