With fashion-forward boutiques, elegant arcades and buzzing shopping centres, Melbourne is Australia’s best shopping destination.
Bourke Street Mall
Melbourne’s retail heart links Swanston and Elizabeth streets and is only open to trams and pedestrians. Here you will find a variety of local and international specialist shops, independent boutiques and two of our largest department stores – Myer and David Jones.
Melbourne’s GPO – Corner Elizabeth & Bourke Streets
Melbourne’s GPO is a shopping arcade situated inside the former Victorian-era Melbourne General Post Office building. It’s also the home of Australia’s very first H&M fashion store.
QV – 221 Little Lonsdale Street
QV is a leading shopping precinct and home to Australian and international designer stores, restaurants, bars and some of Melbourne’s finest retail stores.
Emporium Melbourne – 287 Lonsdale Street
Emporium Melbourne’s 225 stores provide a fusion of fashion, culture, food and art. It features a mix of designer stores, innovative concept and flagship stores, plus world class architecture.
Collins Street is regarded as the ‘Paris End’ of Melbourne offering international five star shopping. It is the home of prestigious boutiques and high-end retailers housed in fine Victorian era buildings.
Queen Victoria Market
Queen Victoria Market is much more than the city’s fresh-food shopping mecca – it’s a historic landmark, a tourist attraction and a Melbourne institution.
DFO South Wharf – 20 Convention Centre Place, South Wharf
DFO South Wharf is home to over 100 leading Australian and International stores that offer massive discounts off their every-day retail prices, all under the one roof.
Harbour Town – 440 Docklands Drive, Docklands
Offering more than just great shopping, Harbour Town is an exciting mix of direct outlets and specialty stores, entertainment and attractions. Visit Harbour Town and you’ll experience two levels of laneway shopping with over 90 outlet stores.