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Queen Victoria Village or “QV” is a shopping village in Melbourne. This beautiful shopping arena is nestled just a few blocks away from the Central Business district in Melbourne.
The Queen Victoria Village features a large shopping centre with many specialty stores and designer shops. In addition, there is a full-size supermarket, a huge food court and a central plaza. This beautiful shopping village of QV welcomes guests of all ages to its huge shopping promenade for fun, food and shopping.
QV Melbourne Shopping Centre & Trading Hours
The entire QV precinct boasts over 120 stores including retail, fashion and designer stores. The shopping arena also features a spacious parking area with over 1500 car parking spaces. Visitors will be excited to know that QV also has a full-size supermarket with many retail stores. That means you can find everything starting from fashion accessories to home goods right here at QV shopping centre.
Furthermore, QV also comprises of a few apartment buildings and BHP’s global headquarters. Two buildings in QV boast residential apartments. Each of these apartments meets at Little Lonsdale Street. QV, with its high-end stores, designer shops, and international stores has become the one-stop destination for the finest retail, dining and entertainment in Melbourne.