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Melbourne Shopping

Melbourne has long been recognized as Australia’s shopping and fashion capital. If it’s fashion you’re seeking then Melbourne has it covered. The city’s funky laneways and tree-lined streets are a haven for small boutiques specializing in Australian designers, jeweler, accessories and international fashion.

Those seeking out leading international fashion labels can stroll down Collins Street, home to Chanel, Hermes, Gucci, Bvlgari and Louis Vuitton, as well as Melbourne icons Miss Louise and Le Louvre. Nearby, Little Collins Street has a great selection of cutting-edge and sartorial menswear including Kenzo, Declic, Chiodo, Roy, Arthur Galan and D. Inc.

All fashion tastes are catered for by flagship department stores, David Jones and Myer, both in Bourke Street Mall. For a wide range of designers and retailers under the one roof you can’t go past retail centers such as GPO Melbourne, Melbourne Central, QV, Collinstwo3four, Australia on Collins and Collins Place.

The city is also a great place for buying fresh food. Queen Victoria Market is the largest open air market in the southern hemisphere and considered a mecca for foodies. For the gourmet traveler, David Jones Food Hall is a must while chocoholics will be torn between Haighs, Max Brenner, Koko Black and The Chocolate Box. Most stores are open seven days, and many stay open late on Friday.

As a general rule, hours for the City shops are:
Saturday to Wednesday: 10.00am – 5.00pm
Thursday: 10.00am – 7.00pm
Friday: 10.00am – 9.00pm

Australia on Collins
260 Collins Street
Melbourne VIC 3000
(03)  9650 4355
Australia on Collins, located in the heart of the city boasts a large range of clothing, designers, footwear and accessories for your enjoyment. Our food court offers many cuisines to tempt you including Boost Juice, Muffin Break and Nando’s. You’ll also find two restaurants and a cafe. The centre boasts services including a day spa, photo processing, framing and an optometrist.

The Galleria
385 Bourke Street
Melbourne VIC 3000
(03)  9604 5800
Galleria food and retail centre on the corner of Bourke, Elizabeth and Lt. Collins Streets is in the heart of Melbourne’s business and retail districts. If you like a delicious range of food to choose from (breakfast and lunch Mon to Fri; happy hour after work drinks Fri), handy essential services or inspiring retail offers (Mon to Sun) then put Galleria on your list of places to visit.

Southgate Arts and Leisure Precinct
3 Southgate Avenue
Southbank VIC 3006
(03)  9686 1000
Open daily from breakfast till late. On the banks of the Yarra River, Southgate is a unique Melbourne dining and shopping experience. We’re home to twenty of Melbourne’s favorite and most awarded restaurants, bars and cafés and we boast some of the most unique shopping in Melbourne. We have a delightful selection of Australian art galleries, unusual gifts and souvenirs, not to mention a riverside Food Court.

Queen Victoria Market
513 Elizabeth Street
Melbourne VIC 3000
(03)  9320 5822
The Queen Victoria Market is much more than just Melbourne’s Shopping Mecca – it’s an historic landmark, a tourist attraction and an institution for Melburnians. Spread over some 7 hectares with more than 600 individual retailers, it’s a true reflection of Melbourne’s cosmopolitan makeup. Shoppers can find everything from fruit and vegetables to local and imported gourmet foods, fashion and general merchandise. The market is open 5 days per week, with Sunday taking on a carnival atmosphere as a variety of entertainers delight the crowds.


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