Melbourne Shopping

Melbourne Shopping

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Walking tours, day trips and sightseeing are not the only things you can do in Melbourne. The city has much more to offer – with many people coming here to shop, indulge and explore. In fact, tour operators offer special half-day and full-day outlet shopping tours for all shopaholics and tourists alike.

The CBD has some extraordinary shopping centres, factory outlets and shopping precincts.

Best Melbourne CBD Outlet & Shopping Centres

Melbourne also boasts many upscale boutiques, factory outlets and quaint markets for all your shopping needs. Just near Bourke St and Swanston Street, you’ll find major department stores and malls. The major shopping precincts of the city are near La Trobe St, Queen St and Flinders St. There are some quirky and quaint shops, tiny cafes, restaurants and food courts.

Throughout these areas, you’ll find many well-known brand’s shops, designer stores, souvenir shops, boutiques and upscale outlets. Although bargain shopping is harder to find here, you can try your luck at some of the local arts and crafts stalls. After an enjoyable shopping experience, relax at a café and enjoy sipping on some of the best coffee Melbourne has to offer.

Bourke Street Mall is one of the best areas in the city. This mall is only open to pedestrians (and trams in the middle), with all the big brand stores here; including Myer, David Jones, Target and many other popular and designer clothing brands.

For a quaint market shopping experience, visit the Queen Victoria Market. Apart from clothing, accessories and souvenirs, you’ll find produce stalls selling fresh fruit and vegetables, quality meats and and deli goods.

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