Shopping in Sydney is a fun adventure as it’s a mecca for those who love all things fashion, food and everything else in between. Sydney paves the way for fashionistas and fashion enthusiasts in ways you would’ve never imagined, so read on to find the best places for you to go shopping when in Sydney!

The Queen Victoria Building

A nineteenth-century building located in the central business district, only 1 kilometre from Oaks On Castlereagh. Originally intended to serve as a marketplace, the building fills an entire block and is home to a number of retail shops. Shoppers will find everything from fashion, fine dining, art galleries, and gourmet foods.

Centrepoint Tower Westfields

One of Sydney’s main shopping locations, Centrepoint Tower Westfields consists of six floors with over 280 fashion, food, and lifestyle-oriented outlets. The higher floors of the tower feature the famous Sydney attraction – Sydney Tower Eye. This shopping mall mainly caters to the rich business people as the shops are more upper class.

Darling Harbour

If you’re looking to soak up the atmosphere of this city by the sea, Darling Harbour is ideal, found close to any apartment hotel in Sydney. Home to Harbourside Shopping Centre, a three-story shopping precinct. The centre contains a wide variety of retail options and a bowling alley, a laser skirmish centre and plenty of food and beverage options.

The Rocks Market

More than 200 stalls are set up during the weekend, The Rocks Market is located inside a popular historic tourist precinct. The perfect opportunity to pick up some unique gifts and souvenirs!

Caleb Falcon is a travel writer who specializes in writing content based on the many exciting world adventures that await intrepid travellers. Google+