Shopping in the City of Sydney
Between the large-scale shopping centres and the open-air malls, Sydney CBD is truly the shopping capital of New South Wales. Sheraton on The Park places you in the heart of the city’s shopping haven, where each shopping centre or mall is no more than 10 minutes’ walk away.
Queen Victoria Building
With a shopping experience as rich as its history, the Queen Victoria Building points to Australia’s colonial past, whilst simultaneously offering a beacon for the modern forward-thinking Australia. The QVB is home to 180 of Sydney’s finest fashion boutiques, jewellery shops and homeware stores as well as luxurious cafes, restaurants and bars.
This shopping centre boasts 3 levels of restaurants and stores featuring some of the world’s largest brands, including Australia’s most celebrated designers. From Ksubi and Little Joe Woman, to Fleur Wood and Arthur Galan AG, the Westfield Sydney is the place to be seen for all budding fashionistas. After savouring the best in fashion design, it’s time to feast on some exquisite food from one of the many high-end restaurants that call Westfield home.
The Strand Arcade
Styled after the Strand in London, Sydney’s Strand Arcade offers visitors and locals alike with a majestically beautiful shopping location in the epicentre of Sydney city centre. The Strand features boutiques including Alannah Hill, Victoria Buckley and Sydney Vintage Watches, each of which has a special place in the hearts of the local community.
Pitt Street Mall
Located close to Westfield Sydney and adjacent to George Street is the famed Pitt Street Mall. Despite being surrounded by shopping centres all around, Pitt Street Mall has several high-end boutiques interspersed with local Sydney brands to hold its own in Sydney’s shopping scene. The vibrant area is always buzzing with artists offering their latest creations, street performers and people watchers.
For directions and advice on Sydney’s shopping centres and malls, our Concierge is ready to help.