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  • Harbourside - right
    Harbourside - right
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    Harbourside
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    Harbourside: Shopping at Darling Harbour

    by clueless83 Updated Apr 18, 2009

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    If you fancy doing a spot of shopping in Sydney then you can't go wrong with Harbourside. Located in the picturesque Darling Harbour its easy to spend a couple of hours here before or after visiting one of the many cafes or restaurants or even the zoo, aquarium, chinese gardens or imax theatre!

    What to buy: I can't remember any of the shop names but this is a good place to find clothes and souvenirs.

    In one shop I bought a funky hippy traveller scarf for just $10 and my boyfriend bought a hoody (it was a shop near some escalators and had mens clothes on the left and womens clothes on the right).

    We bought some photo frames and digeridoos in one of the gift shops near the entrance and magnetic bracelets in another gift shop near the entrance.

    What to pay: How long is a piece of string? My scarf was a bargain $10 but you can spend alot more (or alot less) here.

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    Harbourfront: Darling Harbour Mall

    by martin_nl Updated Nov 10, 2004

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    This is quite a big mall and you will find something for everyone. There are quite a few souvenir shops and also some shops that sell didgeridoos with art by aboriginals. They will get paid when one of their artworks are sold. I always recommend buying at those places rather than some random souvenir shop.

    Beside souvenir shops you can find a lot of nation wide stores here with big and some smaller brands of clothes and quite a few food places.

    The mal during rugby world cup 2003

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    Harbourside Shopping Center

    by FlyingShanice Written Apr 28, 2004

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    Harbourside Shopping Centre buzzes, with over 150 stores on two levels with great gifts, duty free, exotic jewellry, restaurants, novelty entertainment stores and the latest in men's and women's fashion. Services are at hand with several bank outlets, chemist, newsagency and hairdresser.

    Darling Harbourside shopping center

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    Harbourside: Harbourside

    by dracko Written Dec 11, 2003

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    This is a fairly new mall that was built as part of renovation of Darling Harbour, and made to be one of its cornerpieces. It is a largish shopping center, full of swanky shops and cafes just on the other side of the footbridge from the city. Could be a nice place to spend some time if you like to shop. Some of the cafes on the outside of Harbourside have some nice views of the water and Sydney's dramatic skyline just beyond.

    What to buy: Whatever you want.

    What to pay: Whatever they charge.

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    harbourside shopping centre: lovely candles..

    by eelaine Written Oct 19, 2003

    there's this shop in habourside shopping centre that sells just candles.. it's really interesting to see them make the candles with different coloured layers of wax and carving it out.. makes a lovely gift to bring home..

    What to pay: about aus$12 for a pair of the smallest simplest candle..

    lovely candles in the making..

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