Below is a list of the top and most visited Shopping Centres in Sydney. To help you find the best Shopping Centres located near you in Sydney, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.
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Sydney’s Best Shopping Centres:
Here are the leading Shopping Centres in Sydney:
- Broadway Sydney
- MidCity Shopping Centre
- Harbourside Shopping Centre
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Broadway Sydney is located in one of the two former Grace Bros Broadway buildings which opened in 1923, the other building now housing university student accommodation. Walker Corporation undertook the restoration of the buildings to include university student accommodation and a shopping centre in 1997. The shopping centre opened in 1998 and was owned and managed by Walker Corporation until its sale to Mirvac in December 2006. In 2007, an additional floor was added to the original centre.
It features a 500-seat Food Court and Hoyts 12-screen cinema complex along with major retailers Kmart, Coles, Target, Aldi, Dymocks Booksellers, JB Hi-Fi, Harvey Norman, Harris Farm Markets, Rebel Sport, and over 100 specialty shops.
Accessories, Cafes & Foods, Arts and Antiques, Restaurants, Children’s Wear, Gifts, Footwear, Men’s Fashion, Gift Ware, Lifestyle and Home Wares, Health and Beauty, Ladies Fashion, Jewellery
“Just to have a look at this old building is amazing. Very great place to shop and have a look around. the history of this building would be amazing to see and photograph a must for people coming to Sydney for a visit” -Scott Inglis
MidCity Shopping Centre
MidCity Shopping Centre is a small shopping centre located in the Sydney central business district. Fronting the Pitt Street Mall and George Street, the Mid City Centre is a link between two of Sydney’s shopping streets. Mid City was redeveloped by the owners–Fortius Funds Management and Australian Prime Property Fund and managed by Lend Lease. The architects for Mid City is Sydney architectural practice, Bates Smart.
Fashion, Restaurants & Food Court, Food and Restaurants, Health and Beauty, City Amusements, Alcohol, Souvenir Stores, Jewellery, Stationery and Supplies, Books, Electronics and Entertainment
“I love this place, so Victorian and it’s actually often quite busy. Many small Boutique shops and a few coffee shops to take a break. You can walk right through from George st to Pitt street which gives you access to the Westfield shopping mall. Midcity really is a good photo opportunity if you like that style.” -John Doe
Harbourside Shopping Centre
Harbourside Shopping Centre is a large-scale shopping centre in Darling Harbour, close to the Sydney central business district in Australia. It is located next door to the new International Convention Centre with views of the city’s skyline.
Harbourside Shopping Centre was opened on 4 May 1988 by Queen Elizabeth II in which she formally opened the Darling Harbour redevelopment as part of the Australian Bicentennial celebrations. Sydney Aquarium was the first attraction to open and was soon followed by a host of museums, shops, restaurants, hotels and bars.
In 2005, Harbourside underwent a full refurbishment which unveiled a new and expanded food court, an entertainment level which is home to a 20-lane Kingpin Bowling Centre, M9 Laser Skirmish and Australia’s first Boeing 737-800 flight simulator, Flight Experience.
Eating & Drinking, Shopper Hopper Ferry Service, Visit Darling Harbour, Accommodation in Darling Harbour, Parents Room, Late Night Dining, Parties, Events, Jewelry, Clothes
“Lots of dinning, gelato, jewelry, clothes, drinks and more here. Beautiful view of the harbour. Awesome fireworks almost every Saturday night. Nearby the maritime museum. Great for outdoor sitting and happy hour. Bring a jacket if you are not used to Sydney’s windy weather. Easy access by public transport and also pedestrian bridge.” -Jenniffer Barbosa