Five Shopping Malls In Australia You Wouldn’t Want To Miss


Let´s look for a small introduction of the top five shopping centres in Australia. Have you ever visited Chadstone Shopping Centre in Melbourne, Skygarden in Sydney, Highpoint Shopping Centre in Melbourne or Eastland Shopping Centre in Melbourne? No? Find interesting facts about these shopping centres.

#1 Chadstone Shopping Centre, Melbourne

Full of WOW factor, awesome, amazing, shopping delight for mom and daughter, the happiest place on Earth – these are just some of the comments of customers who regularly visit this Melbourne fashion capital. The shopping giant, opened exactly 57 years ago, is the number one mall you have to mark on your map if you wish to experience the genuine spending fever in Australia. The centre contains incredible 129,924m2 of shop floor space and has more than 20 million visitors annually, including 400,000 tourists from interstate.

In October last year the first stage of it’s redevelopment was done. Hundreds of fashion and beauty lovers queued from 3a.m. to get the first glimpse. At completion of the development in mid-2017, Chadstone will feature close to 600 retailers including some of the world’s most iconic luxury designer stores.

#2 Skygarden, Sydney

This shopping complex is located within the most famous shopping street in Sydney, Pitt Street in the central business district of the city. We recommend this mall in particular because there is everything for everyone – from small local stores and affordable brands to high-end international fashion ranges. You can even purchase diamonds and custom made golden pieces. When you get exhausted of roaming around you can chill out in a stunning rooftop bar with an open space, this mall is also famous for.

#3 Westfield, Sydney

All of the world's leading fashion and clothing brands under one roof. The layout of this mall is split into different buildings, and each one has multiple floors, so it would be a good idea getting a map before you head to shopping. The western part is mostly occupied by the department store Myer. The eastern portion houses many boutique shops. Floors 3 and 4 are dedicated to all higher end stores. We also recommend visiting this shopping centre because it is home to one of the main attractions in Sydney which is the Sydney Tower and its observatory, Sydney Tower Eye with views of Darling Harbour, Hyde Park and Sydney Harbour Bridge. Useful info for all the travelers - shopping malls in Sydney are one of the best places to find free internet connection and Westfield offers free Wi-Fi for 3 hours each day.

#4 Highpoint Shopping Centre, Melbourne

Maribyrnong’s Highpoint is famous for bringing many retailers and brands to Melbourne’s west. Many call it a world class shopping destination featuring more than 500 stores. This centre offers plenty of australian fashion labels including Sass & Bide, Gorman and Alannah Hill. What makes it stand out are special parents rooms equipped with facilities for changing the babies, as well as play areas, private feeding rooms, high chairs and TVs.

#5 Eastland Shopping Centre, Melbourne

Eastland Shopping Centre is a large shopping centre located in the outer eastern suburb of Ringwood in Melbourne. The centre features two main levels of shops, with a 3rd level containing a Hoyts 12 screen cinema complex and restaurants, forming a total of approximately 235 stores. It is worth of visiting because last year this shopping kingdom became even bigger – visitors now can enjoy a new family-friendly playground, 80 new shops and a boutique space.

The most unique inclusion is a new entertainment area for kids, complete with a two-storey climbing net, interactive digital water curtain and soon-to-be-installed slide.

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