Malls in Sydney

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  • Glenn
    Launceston, Australia171 contributions
    This beautiful old building has so much to offer: great food, great coffee and great shops. Easy access to trains and buses.
    Written April 16, 2022
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  • Manish T
    Sydney, Australia7 contributions
    I recently moved in the area and visit Rhodes Waterside on a regular basis.

    It’s a small center with a collection of shops including Ikea, Coles and Aldi. There are a number of restaurants and cafes to suit most choices including chinese, indian, pizza and fast food as well.

    The Ikea is one of the largest stores in Sydney and has a lovely restaurant as well.

    There are some fashion retail shops including Cotton On, Conners and Target.

    Plenty of car parking spaces available in the secure parking under the complex with the first 3 hrs free. Parking is also free after 6pm everyday.

    Outside the center there is a short walk to the waterfront and would be lovely to take a stroll on a summers day. Some excellent cafes along the way to get that coffee fix.

    All in all I like the place and has mostly everything you need. Go and check it out one day.
    Written September 22, 2019
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  • Dimitris L
    Sydney, Australia38,887 contributions
    This shopping centre is functional. It does what it was meant to do. However, despite the fact it has been there for as long as we can remember, it has not really changed much. It has all the essential shops, from supermarkets, to coffee shops, butcher's to fashion and so on. You can go up or down the stairs and it will only take a few seconds. We have been here several times and find no reason to dislike it!
    Written November 15, 2019
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  • Dimitris L
    Sydney, Australia38,887 contributions
    After a prolonged absence we visited the Italian Forum hoping for some excitement. However the place looked rather deserted. Very few people around and it looked practically lifeless. Many of the shops we used to see have gone. All those lovely restaurants and cafes we thought we would find are not there. Perhaps some places may only open at night, but then several shop fronts looked empty and there was nothing inside; they were vacant. Very disappointing.
    Written December 19, 2019
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  • Kasspper
    Mango Hill, Australia2,420 contributions
    This is a massive Westfield. Level after level, heaps of shops and food to choose from plus you can visit the tower on the top floor there is fee to enter.
    Written June 29, 2020
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  • AndyJohn74
    Sans Souci, Australia1,985 contributions
    The Pitt Street Mall is one of the shopping hubs in Sydney. Most major chains are have stores here in some stunning buildings. This mall is quite clean and tidy and the people seem to socially distance as much as they can.
    Written June 10, 2021
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  • David L
    Sydney, Australia407 contributions
    Must have last visit market city a decade ago. Was really impressed by the range of eateries - balanced, varietal and some really good ones. Will surely try out some soon!! One thing that does not gel with me was the lighting - the white florescent colour is a bit too cool to me.
    The paddy's market is still popular for both locals and tourists (not that many nowadays).
    Written August 15, 2020
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  • S4nnyBunny
    Melbourne1,875 contributions
    The two shops I frequent here are Coles & JB HiFi. Nice little shopping mall that’s easy to get around and well decorated. It’s great if you’re nearby but I don’t generally choose to come here, which is why it’s missing that 5th star.
    Written December 15, 2021
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  • nicole t
    Sydney, Australia996 contributions
    A great place to visit for a good range of food venues, plus some small markets on the weekend.

    Also close to a good outdoor space with kids playground,
    Written April 17, 2022
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  • S_Bariss
    Sydney, Australia28 contributions
    In need of a few more shops. Fair few have closed down (possibly due to covid lockdowns) but some shops have been sitting empty possibly prior. (Especially the food places).
    Was left suprised with McDonalds being closed were it is/was always open of a morning before other stores
    Its good if you want to go somewere quiet but wouldnt rave over it as not much variety anymore compared to how it used to be.
    Written December 5, 2021
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  • Aussiepam
    Sydney, Australia934 contributions
    I worked in this area over 40 yrs ago so was interested to see the changes. In my day there was just a few shops but now it's been redone and has heaps of the larger stores plus boutique shops . The outside looks old and plain but inside looks amazing. I was very impressed. Looks totally different to other shopping areas in Sydney.
    Written July 19, 2019
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  • jennifer w
    Malaysia171 contributions
    As we stayed near this Mall, we practically dropped by everyday. Either for our meals or shopping for our groceries at Woolsworth and many other shops. There are lots of eateries and we ate both Chinese and Japanese food. Daiso was a delight as we could get our favourite stuff and household needs. Commonwealth bank was helpful as the staff were alert and efficient. We managed to open an account immediately and hazzle free.

    What my family and I like about this mall is the rear exit which brings us to a open garden' with shops at both side. Further down the path, a flight of stairs led us to the Central Park and immediately you see many people either taking a break or walking their pets. One evening, we were there and we looked up the Mall, we saw the beautiful lightings like a flat solar panel at the protruding rooftop.

    We enjoyed our coffee breaks at the mall and also shopping especially on rainy days
    Written March 7, 2020
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  • Michael M
    Penrith, Australia579 contributions
    We went to Louis Vuitton this morning, which is alongside the DFS, and so had a look through the DFS while we were there. There didn’t seem to be a lot there of interest to us, and we wondered if it was perhaps targeting overseas visitors instead of locals.
    Written May 17, 2019
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  • Dimitris L
    Sydney, Australia38,887 contributions
    Top Ryde City Shopping Centre is a large shopping centre. Most of the major shops can be found there, particularly the big supermarkets. You can do all your shopping under one roof. The problem is due to its size it is difficult getting around to all shops easily without having to walk long distances and up and down extremely long escalators. The parking can also be a nightmare as it is so unwieldy. The area is vast and despite all your best efforts it will take you an eternity trying to get out, although entering is practically a breeze.
    Written November 26, 2020
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  • AndyJohn74
    Sans Souci, Australia1,985 contributions
    The Galleries is a smaller, compact centre, that sits next to the Sydney Hilton Hotel. The current four-level shopping centre was completed in 2000. I think it’s worth a look.
    Written January 24, 2022
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