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Preston Market
#1 of 3 Shopping in Preston
Really like the place, as I can do all my daily shopping in one place, there are so many shops from different calture background and also many of them are asian calture, also so many restranrent around the high st...
Great shopping
Neko HQ
#2 of 3 Shopping in Preston
I attended a ‘Mediation with Cats’ which was a special event, one of the many activities you can attend, otherwise just enjoy a session of lounging about and take home some excellent cat themed gifts from the shop!
A beautiful shop stocked with lots of quality cat themed merchandise and the wonderful lounge where you can just sit back and relax and take some time out of your busy day.
Northland Shopping Centre
#3 of 3 Shopping in Preston
You can have a hearty breakfast at the fabulous Pancake Parlour and then catch a movie at the nearby Cinemas and then work your way up the floors to some amazing shopping: clothes, gifts and a cuppa to end the day.
The Northland Shopping Centre is a great center with many shops for everyone, now with the update area and cinema, seem big than Doncaster, is so great spend time there with the family, me and my wife going nearly...
Melbourne Central Melbourne, Australia 4.0 mi away
#8 of 163 Shopping in Melbourne
This shopping centre has beautiful old architecture and history the views of the glassed in ceiling underneath are amazing, lots of variety of shops to be found here also a movie theatre and a great pub on level 3...
Plenty of great shopping experiences to be had here and plenty of quick meal options to suit all sorts of tastes.
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Lightning Ridge Opal Mines Melbourne, Australia 5.6 mi away
#1 of 163 Shopping in Melbourne
Highly recommend as a shopping stop when visiting Melbourne.
We were greeted by Nicholas - he was very warm and friendly and proceeded to invite us and a few others on a free tour around the shop, explaining the different types of opals and how they were cut, polished and v...
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Queen Victoria Market Melbourne, Australia 5.1 mi away
#6 of 163 Shopping in Melbourne
Shopping, history and culture combined A traditional market shopping Mecca for Melbourines and tourists alike Clothes, household goods, food to go of all varieties and a massive fresh food hall from fruit and vege...
Good market for budget shopping with variety of choices for everything; bargaining can be done.........hosts variety from food to groceries to clothes to everything
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Haigh's Chocolates Rialto Melbourne, Australia 5.9 mi away
#2 of 163 Shopping in Melbourne
It is conveniently located in the city and close to cafes, other speciality shops and shopping centres.
stumbling upon the chocolate shop on a Saturday morning was a great suprise to me as you enter the shop you are greeted with a sample of there finest , after you wonder around looking at what to buy with so much t...
Northland Homemaker Centre Melbourne, Australia 1.3 mi away
#90 of 163 Shopping in Melbourne
Emporium Melbourne Melbourne, Australia 5.4 mi away
#4 of 163 Shopping in Melbourne
The Emporium Melbourne is a large high end modern contemporary luxury shopping Mall which offers numerous famous Australian designer brands, boutique shops, & an excellent food court.
Great High End Shopping Mall, with excellent 'Cafe Court'
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The Rose Street Artists' Market Fitzroy, Australia 4.0 mi away
#1 of 23 Shopping in Fitzroy
... bought a lot more Funky well laid out and stallholders were friendly took lots of their cards to shop at a later date online Had coffee and cake next door at the cafe which was lovely too HIGHLY RECOMMEND Rose...
All this is within walking distance of Brunswick Street, Nicholson Street and Smith Street with their many shops, bars and cafes.
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Royal Arcade Melbourne, Australia 5.5 mi away
#5 of 163 Shopping in Melbourne
The Royal Arcade goes from Little Collins Avenue through to Collins Avenue, a big shopping district with department stores and all sorts of shops.
Another lovely shopping arcade in the heart of the city.
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Coburg Farmers' Market Coburg, Australia 1.9 mi away
#1 of 5 Shopping in Coburg
Chocolatier Australia Shop Ivanhoe, Australia 2.5 mi away
#2 of 6 Shopping in Ivanhoe
real handmade chocolate with a huge range of flavours and something for all ages ..easter is there big show the range, shapes so many to choose from in this shop and they have something different each year ,great...
This is a Chocolate Shop
Northcote Shopping Plaza Northcote, Australia 1.9 mi away
#2 of 5 Shopping in Northcote
One of the best place to spend the entire day for shopping and there are huge variety of foods available
Trash & Treasure Coburg, Australia 2.0 mi away
#2 of 5 Shopping in Coburg
Present Story Coburg, Australia 1.9 mi away
#3 of 5 Shopping in Coburg
Andrew's Bookshop Ivanhoe, Australia 2.8 mi away
#1 of 6 Shopping in Ivanhoe
We are very lucky in the Ivanhoe area to have a book shop that provides great variety, good service ( if they don't have the book and it can be ordered they will do so for you), a news letter that comes out a coup...
Federation Square Melbourne, Australia 5.6 mi away
#9 of 163 Shopping in Melbourne
Best people watching, unusual architecture, restaurants, museums, giant outdoor TV with lounge chairs central to all public transportation and shopping...don't get too comfortable here and remember to visit the re...
Very busy and lively with restaurants and shopping.
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Haigh's Chocolates Collins Street Melbourne, Australia 5.2 mi away
#12 of 163 Shopping in Melbourne
Who doesnt LOVE chocolate?! HAIGHS chocolate is presteige, mouth watering gourmet chocolate shop.
Walking into Haigh's Chocolate shop felt instantly welcoming and it had an amazing smell.
Palermo Perfumes Coburg, Australia 2.0 mi away
#5 of 5 Shopping in Coburg
Koko Black Melbourne, Australia 5.5 mi away
#10 of 163 Shopping in Melbourne
If you visiting Melbourne be sure to check out the Royal Arcade for exclusive and boutique shopping!
Definately the place to visit when you need a warm up and break from shopping.
Bell Street Mall, Heidelberg West Heidelberg, Australia 2.1 mi away
#1 of 1 Shopping in Heidelberg
The ultimate shopping experience!
The Somali restaurants are yummy (especially Hamar Weyne), there is hipster coffee available at Mocha 3081 and the new Textile Art Community shop is a great drawcard.
Readings Book Shop Melbourne, Australia 4.4 mi away
#17 of 163 Shopping in Melbourne
Love this book shop - there is such a wide variety of books and the staff are so knowledgeable and helpful!
A huge shop with lots to see and plenty of places to sit and have a coffee nearby if you or your partner wants to get lost for a while.
South Melbourne Market Melbourne, Australia 6.8 mi away
#3 of 163 Shopping in Melbourne
After shopping for food and groceries, you can walk around and visit other stalls that sells kitchenwares, household products, fashion, accessories, ceramic ware, party supplies, books, knick-knacks, pet supplies,...
Great shopping and atmosphere, Definitely recommend visiting.
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Leonard St Northcote, Australia 2.3 mi away
#4 of 5 Shopping in Northcote
Vintage Aesthetic Cafe Coburg, Australia 2.3 mi away
#4 of 5 Shopping in Coburg
Haigh's Chocolates Block Arcade Melbourne, Australia 5.5 mi away
#11 of 163 Shopping in Melbourne
It is situated in one of the most beautiful shopping arcades in Australia, built in the 1890's and maintained in pristine condition.
This shop ticks all the boxes for sensory stimulation - beautiful ambience at the end of the classy block arcade, and delicious aussie made chocolates to sample and buy.
Bourke Street Mall Melbourne, Australia 5.5 mi away
#13 of 163 Shopping in Melbourne
The street is high energy with lots of people shopping, tourists and entertainment such as acrobats, human statues and music performers.
We visited Bourke St mall and were entertained by a lot of street artists as well as great shopping and eating options nearby.
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LUMA (La Trobe University Museum of Art) Bundoora, Australia 2.7 mi away
#2 of 4 Shopping in Bundoora
Kingsbury Community Market Bundoora, Australia 2.7 mi away
#3 of 4 Shopping in Bundoora
With extended amply parking for large crowds that come to browse or shop this is the market place, with a country feel, to be in the northern suburbs.