Shopping!! which everyone loves to do. It’s a way of living a healthy life. The importance of a shopping mall is mainly for people to get out of the house for a while and do something entertaining. Shopping malls can provide the best shopping experiences such as social gatherings, entertainment, performances, product launches, promotions, and festivals.
Here, we present the best shopping in Australia
1. Chadstone Shopping Centre
Westfield Sydney is a shopping centre operated by Scentre Group and located beneath the Sydney Tower in the Sydney central business district. It is located on Pitt Street Mall and is adjacent to the Mid City Centre, The Strand Arcade and Stockland Glasshouse. It is the largest shopping centre by area in Sydney, Australia. The distance between Melbourne and Chadstone Shopping Centre is 13 km. The road distance is 15.8 km.
2. Westfield Sydney
Westfield Sydney is a shopping centre operated by Scentre Group and located beneath the Sydney Tower in the Sydney central business district. It is located on Pitt Street Mall and is adjacent to the Mid City Centre, The Strand Arcade and Stockland Glasshouse. It is the largest shopping centre by area in Sydney.
3. Pacific Fair Shopping Centre
Pacific Fair is a major shopping centre in Broadbeach Waters on the Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia. It was Queensland’s largest regional shopping centre until 2006.
Pacific Fair was developed by Hooker Retail Developments and opened in 1977 on what was swampland with 96 speciality stores and two anchor tenants. Since then, Pacific Fair has undergone numerous expansions and has grown to have more than 400 speciality stores and four anchor tenants. In January 2014, work began on a major redevelopment project to meet the predicted regional growth on the Gold Coast.
4. Highpoint Shopping Centre
Highpoint Shopping Centre is a super-regional shopping centre located in Maribyrnong, Victoria, in the western suburbs of Melbourne. It is the fourth largest shopping centre in Australia. The centre has 500 stores including a four-level Myer department store. A two-level David Jones department store, Harris Scarfe, Target, Big W, an Apple Store, Zara, UNIQLO, Sephora, Woolworths supermarket, Best & Less, JB Hi-Fi and a Hoyts cinema.
Highpoint is Victoria’s third-largest shopping centre and the sixth-largest in Australia. The mall’s having an annual turnover of $778 million and over 15 million shoppers visiting each year. It is the largest shopping centre serving Melbourne’s western and northwestern suburbs, an area with a population of at least half a million people.
5. Westfield Fountain Gate
Westfield Fountain Gate is located in one of Victoria’s fastest-growing municipalities. It is approximately 45 kilometres south-east of the Melbourne CBD. The centre caters to a trade area population of approximately 553,000 residents. It is one of the largest shopping centres in Australia.
Westfield Fountain Gate is home to some of Australia’s leading brands. It includes Myer, Harris Scarfe, Big W, Kmart, Target, Coles, Woolworths, ALDI and Apple. There is also a Village Roadshow cinema and a diverse mix of retailers including approximately 440 speciality stores.
Posted By, Shubham Sharma