Enjoy the great mall and a bustling and attractive precinct between Swanston and Elizabeth Streets.
St Kilda itself is an eclectic place with many attractions! Check out the Esplanade while taking in the markets on a Sunday. Stroll along the Pier and grab an ice cream. Enjoy fine dining at great restaurants like Circa The Prince. People from all walks of life! This place rocks — on a recent visit here a group of ladies I know spent the whole day just visiting shops and cafes over only a few hundred metres! A popular stop are the factory outlets — get yourself some bargain Alannah Hill.
Browse character filled shops selling vintage wares and locally designed sensations. Flick though cult classics at alternative bookstore Polyester Books or through records at the music shop sibling. Or venture down Gertrude St for more boutique shopping and amazing cafes and restaurants.
Smith St has been transformed in recent years to be a trendy precinct full of fashion, great cafes and restaurants and boutique stores. Smith Street was Melbourne's first suburban shopping strip. Check out Lost and Found just off Smith St , for a bedazzling array of vintage clothes, wigs, art and especially furniture! Enjoy a coffee at Monsieur Truffe, where they also make their own fine chocolate.
And another great café right down the end of Smith st is the eclectic The Bell Jar. Further down Smith St are some factory outlets.
A great place to shop and dine, including factory outlets. Check out Etihad Stadium with the roof that closes! Either for a game or a tour! Popular with locals and tourists alike for bargains and quality fresh produce in abundance. Love the buzz early in the mornings! This is a Melbourne institution for over years and I know people who've been coming here for decades.
A world class market that is walking distance from the city or a short tram ride down Elizabeth St. Many come for the stalls and bargains on belts, flags, clothing, toys and leather jackets which is cool. All kinds of unique products are sold here! Frankly, I'm also a big fan of the gourmet offerings here. It's not hard to part with lots of cash when you see all the cheeses and fish and meats and olives and specialist coffees And so it goes on.
Large parking area is great or simply catch a train to Melbourne Central or Flagstaff and walk. A highlight here is the recent addition of Scott Pickett's Deli and Rotisserie, a casual eatery of the highest quality. Scott is one of Australia's hottest chefs with several acclaimed fine dining restaurants but this deli and rotisserie is for relaxed dining at market prices.
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MELBOURNE’S major shopping centres, with all their pretty lights and endless sales, can be lands full of wonder and amazement. Highpoint Shopping Centre is a located 3 KM away. The shopping center is the third largest shopping centre in Australia. The centre has specialty stores. Location 20 Convention Centre Place, South Wharf. For the best outlet shopping in Melbourne, DFO South Wharf is the place to go! Boasting over factory outlet stores featuring some of the most popular clothing and accessory brands such as Lorna Jane, Mimco, Peter Alexander, Seed, Victoria's Secret and .