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    Best and Less store: Best and Less store

    by loowl Updated Feb 26, 2009

    I found this store in Fremantle. If you are familiar with ROSS, TJ Maxx or Marshalls in the states. Best and Less is of similar concept.

    Managed to grab some cheap stuff at the store (Better than Harbour Town Shopping Centre)

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    Harbour Town - For Serious Shopaholics :o)

    by aussirose Updated Sep 20, 2008

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    However if you are into serious shopping and looking for a bargain (other than weekend markets of course) then you need to go to Harbour Town.

    Harbour Town is located just west of the city centre on Wellington Street. Easiest way to get there is to catch the yellow cat from Wellington Street & get off at the Harbour Town stop.

    Below is a link to Harbour Town and what you might find there.

    Harbour Town Perth
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    Dusk: Candle Gift Shop

    by aussirose Updated Sep 20, 2008

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    If you want some scented candles, then this is your shop. Unfortunately the fella got a little nervous when I fronted up & started taking pictures :o) have you had the same problem haha? Anyway he told me I couldn't take any more pix & was a bit rude..... I'm not so sure I love this shop anymore :o( After all I was just trying to give 'em a free plug..........

    Perth Dusk Candle Shop

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    City Gems: Gorgeous Jewelry

    by aussirose Updated Sep 20, 2008

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    I love this shop. It has gorgeous costume jewelry that is not too expensive. I bought this lovely bright green/blue necklass that really stands out. Looks like a New Zealand shell but it's only glass (shouldn't be tellin' you that should I :o) Anyway, I love it. If you look up in the left hand corner of the pic, you'll see something similar.

    Perth Jewelry shopping

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    Perth Shopping Mall

    by aussirose Updated Sep 20, 2008

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    Stopped to take a nice pic of the shopping mall in Perth.

    What to buy: But I didn't realise I would be standing outside a clothing shop just made for me ;o)

    What to pay: Do you think the size of the sign might have s'thing to do with the price ..........?

    Perth Shopping

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    Harbour Town Factory Outlet: same stuff but cheaper

    by peaceness98 Written Mar 15, 2008

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    Harbour town is on wellington street, and a free yellow cat can get you there from most places in the city (eg the one right behind meyers in the city)

    What to buy: mostly clothes, men and women, and some shoes/lingerie/childrens stuff/ sheets/ etc
    it's worth a visit if you liked anything in some store in town since (even when on sale in town) sometimes its cheaper here...could be cuz its cheaper rent or something, not sure..

    What to pay: depends on what you're buying but you can expect dresses to be around 10 dollars for example or even 5

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    City Gifts & Souvenirs: Souvenirs

    by Carino Updated Mar 8, 2008

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    City Gifts & Souvenirs is one of many souvenir shops along Barrack Street.
    But this shop is different. Is one of the few shops that still sells products that are made in Australia.
    Also in terms of prices, it offers good value.

    What to buy: All kind of Souvenirs: Post Cards, Keyrings, Magnets, Plush Toys, Boomerangs, Didgeridoos, T-Shirts, Hats & Caps, Macadamia Chocolates, etc....

    What to pay: About average or even cheaper than others. The souvenirs made in Australia are more expensive than those made in China, but the quality is much better. Don't be a fool...

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    JB HiFi: JB HiFi

    by Carino Written Mar 7, 2008

    JB HiFi is a Shop that sells games, CDs, DVDs, etc.
    It is located in Downtown Perth.

    What to buy: CDs, DVDs and Games.

    What to pay: Especially the DVD Box sets are coming at a very cheap price. There is no cheaper place in town.

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    London Court: Feel like you are in UK right in the heart of Pert

    by adelaidean Written May 9, 2007

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    This quaint little alley is full of gorgeous jewellry shops and gift shops,amongst others.. Built in 1937,The Elizabethian architecture is straight from some beautiful UK shopping open arcade....like those found in Brighton or Shrewsbury. Its well worth the visit and is so easy to find. Spend some quality shopping time here..you will not be disappointed!!

    An absolute delight to visit
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  • freo op shops: cheaqp clothes etc

    by mousebyte Written Jan 13, 2007

    there are a pile of op shops at freo. about 5, just around the corner from the library and currency /money exchange

    here aou can get heaps of cheap books, clothes, games etc all in excellent condion.

    even some cool jeans for 50 cents. beats paying $500 for a pair or ripped up jeans. use the money on food and flights instead :)

    and keep your luggage light !

    What to buy: also lots of tourist shops, t shirts , stickers etc.

    books, clothes, furniture

    What to pay: splurge and spend $5 !

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    Midland Military Market

    by keeweechic Written Oct 8, 2006

    The Military Markets are open Friday, Saturday and Sunday and are found near the old rail and sale yards. Stalls sell anything from fresh fruit and vegetables, clothing, antiques, second hand goods, materials to pets. Not a huge market but it is undercover and worth a visit to find some very different bits and pieces.

    Open from 9.00am to 6.00pm on Fridays and Saturdays and from 8.00am to 6.00pm on Sundays.

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    Garden City Shopping Centre: Classy Shopping

    by hez28 Updated Jun 5, 2006

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    In every big suburb in the city of Perth, there is usually a shopping centre, that caters to the community living in that area. There are some huge ones, but there are also some small ones that are just good enough to buy your groceries.

    For my area (where I used to live), there is Garden City Shopping Centre. Luckily, for Perthies, this mall is one of the biggest 'suburb shopping centers', alongside Karrinyup, Westfield Carousel. The only difference Garden City has compared to the others is, it is more classy than the rest. It has big department stores like David Jones, Myer, K mart, grocery chains i.e. Coles, Action, also music stores, sport stores, bookstores, electrical goods, a pet store, restaurants and cafes. And not forgetting a long row of classy designer boutiques; foreign and local. Fashion shows are held here too.

    Next to this shopping centre is Hoyts, a very good but pricey cinema.

    What to buy: Everything. You name it they've got it!

    A drink booth at Garden City
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    The Margaret River Chocolate Factory: For Chocoholics!

    by Xemx Updated May 31, 2006

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    Being a chocolate lover, the Margaret Chocolate Factory was on top of my To See List. Whilst I didn't find the factory itself too interesting, I certainly did like the products that they make.

    There are two Margaret River chocolate factories: one in Margaret River and the other in the Swan Valley. As I didn't have time to go to Margaret River, I went to the one in Swan Valley.

    What to buy: Difficult to choose from....there is a wide selection. They also have samples which you can try before you buy. I bought the Redgum honey, the chocolate fruit cake, butterscotch sweets and some chocolates of course....I wish I had bought more of everything! Their products are simply delicious!

    What to pay: I forget how much I paid but it's a little more than average, however, well worth the extra cost.

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    Hay Street and Murray Street: City Centre

    by Purpleshade Updated Apr 1, 2006

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    Hay Street and Murray Street are pedestrian only areas, and together with their connecting arcades form a large pleasant shopping area.

    The big department stores are here (Myers and David Jones), they are deliciously air-conditioned , Myers is a delight to walk through. There ia a variety of large and small shops and cafes with tables on the pavement.

    We stopped at the Forum cafe which served good coffee (you can see it in the photo) and had delicious pies from the pie shop in The Plaza arcade just opposite.

    The Carillion on Murray Street has a large food hall with a multitude of meals at very resonable prices. Takeaways such as Hungry Jack's (Australian flame grilled burgers), McDonalds, and Red Rooster are also available here.

    There are often performing Street artists and other open air entertainments.

    In the side roads all around this area are more shops, restaurants and hotels.

    The free 'Cat' buses will bring you here from other parts of the city.

    What to buy: I particularly like Picadilly arcade which has lots of small jewellry shops, some with opals costing $1000's, other with semiprecious stones in silver for less than $50.

    My son recommends Electronic Boutique in Hay Street opposite the Plaza Arcade for computer and console games.

    My daughter likes the 'Miss Shop" section of Myers for fashionable clothing that doesn't cost a fortune, and the designer labels in the ladies dept are popular with many.

    For food supplies, there is a Woolworth's supermarket in Murray Street, we bought soft cheese from Margaret River with crab and prawns to have for supper in our hotel room. It also has a liquor store.

    What to pay: Whatever you want!

    Hay Street Mall Shushi Shop, Hay Street Jester's pie shop, HatStreet
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    Nike Warehouse: Cheap Nike Stuff

    by Applelyn Updated Mar 24, 2006

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    Everything is at a discounted price. From shoes to clothings to sunnies, they are much cheaper than in the market. But they are normally of older models or odd sizes.

    What to buy: I think their shoes and sunnies are worth buying.

    What to pay: T-shirts:AUD 10 to 25, Shoes: AUD40 to 150, Sunnies:AUD35 to 100. On average about 30%off city listed prices

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