Known for its outdoor clothing markets, downtown shopping areas, and large malls, Sydney offers a variety of shopping options for tourists. Whether you're looking for aboriginal art, opals, or beach-inspired wear, you'll find it here. And thanks to the city's spectacular year-round weather, can stroll the main shopping neighborhoods all day long. Here’s where to find the best places to shop in Sydney.CBD
Sydney's Central Business District (CBD) is home to the city's best indoor malls and shopping areas. You'll find Australia's main department store, Myer, on George Street. George Street has plenty of other Australian-chains like Billabong and UGG and is home to the famous Queen Victoria Building (QVB). The QVB has more than 190 designer stores and dining. Visitors also love The Strand Arcade for its beautiful architecture and Australian specialty shops like Haigh's Chocolates. Also in the CBD is the Westfield Sydney shopping mall on Pitt Street (parallel to George Street), which has Australian-brand stores like Cotton On and Jurlique. Closer to Circular Quay, where the ferry docks and train station are located, you'll find aboriginal galleries and specialty jewelry stores.