Stores, Malls or Markets in Sydney

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    Kings Street shops: Shop till you drop.

    by hennanights Written Jun 19, 2006

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    Kings street, in Newtown is a great place to shop if you like the unusual. There are shops selling wares from, Egypt, Mexico, Afghanistan and Greece. There are themed shops for the Goth, Rave or retro inclined. There are a couple of interesting second hand shops and some that looked too expensive for the bargain hunter in me. The street is also dotted with restaurants, cafes, shoe shops, hairdressers and tattoo artist. There are a few Kings streets in Sydney so make sure you let the taxi drive know what suburb. There are several hostels on this road and given its proximity to the train station its a great place to stay.

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    Sydney Central Plaza

    by Scotsgal Written Jan 6, 2006

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    Sydney Central Plaza is located on George St is ideal for people who just like to shop! There are shops for everyone. I think the Myer store is the best store as especially in January there are a lot of sales.

    What to pay: Half the price(after xmas with the sales). After the sales are over expect to pay a bit more.

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    ALDI: Great value grocery store: ALDI has arrived in Australia!!

    by amyhenderson Written May 1, 2005

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    ALDI is originally a German discount grocery store chain, but now have stores in many countries world-wide. The first ALDI store in Australia opened in 2001, and is quite a new concept for grocery-shoppers here and definitely a fierce competitor for the over-priced supermarkets! YEAH!

    What to buy: ALDI is especially good for every-day groceries. The prices are considerably better than supermarket prices. Apart from groceries, there will also be some random special items, for example, a computer or washing machine. You can be lucky with these special items, but generally, I stick with the every-day items.

    What to pay: How much you spend depends on how much you eat! What ever you buy, it's a good deal. This weeks special is a washing machine for $349 - not bad!

    Amy loves Aldi!!!
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    Sanrio stores everywhere!

    by sabrina_florida Written Feb 23, 2005

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    I'm a big fan of Sanrio so I visited all the shops I could find.
    We don't have them in Argentina, so perhaps that's why I'm mentioning it.
    Lots of Hello Kitty, My Melody and Snoopy items. As well as other characters I'm not very much familiar with.
    Great place to shop for girls (from 1 to 99 years of age!)

    Hello Kitty

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    Bargain galore in Chinatown: Chinatown

    by amyhenderson Updated Jan 30, 2005

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    Most of you have probably heard of Chinatown in New York and other big cities but yes, we also have one in Sydney. In fact, it is a rather major focal point for the Chinese Australian Community (which, by the way, is large).

    From backpackers to cashed-up diners seeking the ultimate in Chinese food, this Chinatown is good fun and great experience for all.

    Chinatown is centered around Dixon Street, a pedestrian-only street mall, and is not far from Central Station & Darling Harbour. Once I start at the top of Dixon Street, I like to close my eyes, breathe in the chinese medicine type smells, open my eyes and then pretend that I am in Hong Kong for a while...

    What to buy: Dixon Street hosts many Chinese restaurants that are mostly just a tourist magnet and over-priced. If you want the good stuff (ie the expensive but worth it) then you're best heading to: Marigold located at Level 4 & 5, 683-689 George ST, Sydney Chinatown,
    02-9281 3388. This is good if you have 4+ people and be prepared to spend $40-$100 per person. Also a great restaurant for Chinese New Year, but book well in advance!

    Attention HUNGRY BUDGET TRAVELLERS. Check out Chinatown for good quality, delicious, authentic Chinese food. There are many food halls that host many Asian (but especially Chinese) takeout places. For those of you who are a little adventurous, I recommend the Coconut Pearl Milk Ball drink. It's like a liquid coconut milk with a fat straw that can suck up the gummi-like balls at the bottom of the drink. A great way to finish off a Chinese meal.

    Paddy's markets are also located in Chinatown and have an array of bargains... plants, sunglasses, jewellery, souvenirs, clothing, toys, perfumes, make-up... the list is endless. It gets crowded on weekends, so if you go there, just make sure you are in no rush and happy to "go with the flow" of people.

    For more info on Chinatown, go to www.chinatownsydney.com

    What to pay: $0 - $1000

    Stroll down Dixon Street
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    Flowers - Great Selection & Best Prices

    by SmilingTraveller Updated Jan 5, 2005

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    You will find little flower stalls all over the Sydney CBD. They offer a fantastic variety of seasonal flowers at very reasonable prices. Either buy them by the bunch or ask the florist to make up a bouquet or box for you.

    What to buy: Beautiful, colourful flowers - either for yourself or for that special someone.

    Flower Stall, Martin Place

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    Paddy's market at Haymarket: Unique Jewellery and other bargains in Paddy's

    by Janemei Written Nov 20, 2004

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    Paddy's Market at Haymarket consists of stalls that sell clothes, shoes, accessories, lingerie, pets, small electronics to fruits and vegies. It is in the heart of Chinatown so most of the vendors are of Asian background. The market is divided into 2 sides, one side being the 'dry' merchandise with clothes etc while the other side sells vegies and fruits.
    Some prices are negotiable but I haven't had much success in this area.

    What to buy: I love buying jewellery here. There is one stall that sells unique jewellery. I purchased the earrings in the picture for A$25. The same stalls sells hair pins as well using the same jewels.
    Also I'd bought a red bag for A$20 at another stall and it has lasted me for almost 2 years now.
    Both purchases are so unique.

    What to pay: Earrings $10 and above. Hair pins much more.

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    Circular Quay Harbour: General shops.....

    by DaveRowley Written Sep 3, 2005

    I didn't shop there.... don't do that... :-)

    However there were various stores and the gear seemed half decent; I'm afraid shopping is just not my thing.

    Some shops at Quay Harbour..

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