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    NIKE Factory Outlet: NIKE Apparels

    by warzx Written May 4, 2004

    Nike factory outlet. cheap prices. good quality. I paid AU$20 for a nike watch and saw it on retail in Singapore for abt AU$100. The shoes are also cheaper over there. It closes at abt 5.30pm, so go early, and they always have different sale items in their wagons.

    What to buy: There are plenty of factory outlets along Smith Street, Adidas, Fila, Quicksilver, Bonds, ...... etc etc....

    What to pay: that depends wat kind of nike fan u are! =)

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  • Queen Victoria Market: Great shopping experience

    by thescene Written Dec 2, 2010

    The Queen Victoria Market is a large outdoor market located in Elizabeth Street. It is open everyday except Mondays, Wednesdays and select holidays. Created in the 1800's the market is the largest outdoor market and boasts of a huge selection of fruits, vegetables, meats and as well as cooked food to cater to diverse tastes. The market is organized so that sellers who are selling more or less the same stuff are next to each other and shoppers can select the best deal for them. There is also a few food stalls which sell cooked food from Melbourne's multi-cultural population. From Turkish Baklavas to English Meat Pies to Italian Gelato they are all are available here. There is just something great about the atmosphere of a market of this type that a supermarket can never have.

    What to buy: Fresh meats, fruits and vegetables

    What to pay: The prices for stuff are quite reasonable

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  • Harbour Town: Harbour Town in the Docklands

    by thescene Written Jan 20, 2011

    The Harbour Town shopping centre in the Melbourne Docklands is a outlet store haven. There are many clothing shops offering a good collection. There are also a few entertainment outlets for the children as well as some food outlets so that people can recharge before another round of shopping. The Southern Star ferris wheel is currently being repaired and it should be operational really soon.

    What to buy: All types of clothing

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    Smith Street: Outlet stores

    by fishandchips Updated Jan 22, 2011
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    Smith street is not far from the CBD and has a large number of outlet stores selling mainly sports related clothing. All of the big brands are here - Nike, New Balanace, Saucony, Adidas etc though the stuff on sale is at the bottom end of their ranges in many cases. The prices are okay (esp if you are a bit smaller or larger than average) though the range is a bit limited.

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  • Direct Factory Outlet: Factory Outlet shopping

    by thescene Written Jan 27, 2011

    The DFO is a shopping mall is a shopping mall located near the Melbourne Exhibition Centre. Designed to be filled to be factory outlets particularly clothing ones. Price-wise it's a bit cheaper than those you can find in other places. The expansive floor area makes for a lot of shopping.

    What to buy: Men's and Women's Clothes

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    Body: Body

    by millablake Updated Dec 20, 2005

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    Body, courtesy visitvictoria.com

    The clothes are designed for movement, based on Yoga.

    Stylishly flattering cuts.

    There is a sister store in St.Kilda (see website for details).

    What to pay: prices start at around $100

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    Alice Euphemia: Alice Euphemia

    by millablake Written May 25, 2005

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    Alice Euphemia courtesy www.visitvictoria.com

    Opening in 1997 this shop is one of the leading establishments for young Australian fashion designers.

    What to pay: prices are high as some pieces are haute couture.

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    Chanel Store etc.: Collins Street

    by travelthrough Written Oct 2, 2006

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    In comparison to Chapel Street, Collins Street has the REAL designer stores and is a good tip to visit. There are Versace, Louis Vitton, Chanel etc.

    What to buy: Designer clothes

    What to pay: 2000 $ and more

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  • MUFF Clothing: Recycled Clothing Bargains in Melbourne City

    by mufflover Written Feb 18, 2007

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    It's only small but the stock is great and changes every week

    What to buy: Vintage and good label clothing, all in perfect condition

    What to pay: A$30 plus

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    Myer, David Jones, Rebel sports etc: Burke St

    by chennaismartguy Written Feb 25, 2007

    There are lot of shops in this area like Myer, David Jones, Rebel sports, Sun glass hut and much more....just name it...you will get it

    What to pay: expensive

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  • Dec 29, 2012 at 8:56 AM

    Must checkout grevile street south yarra. So many little boutiques which stock the greatest things you can't get elsewhere

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