The Shops at Sydney Harbour

The Shops at Sydney Harbour

Written by: Cameron Ward

Published: 02/01/2018

Reading time: 3 mins

Discover the best shops to stop in along Sydney’s Harbour!

Vibrant Sydney is full of exciting shopping adventures, whether you’re on the hunt for the latest branded footwear or simply want to pick up a souvenir or two for friends back home.

At the Sydney Harbour, visitors can marvel at the beautiful city skyline while browsing some of the best-loved stores in the country. Inside, there are more than 25 delicious restaurants, cafes, and bars, and more than 40 fashion and accessory stores with a hearty dose of entertainment thrown in for good measure.

If you’re visiting on a Saturday evening, don’t forget to stick around for the fireworks in Darling Harbour that take place every week.

The Best Shops at Sydney Harbour

  • Jewellery and Accessories

    If you’re looking for a trinket or two to jazz up your wardrobe, the Harbourside shopping centre has you covered. Browse the displays in Billabong for surf-based offerings, Crocodile Stop, and Leather Underground for a range of jewellery in different styles and to suit different tastes.

  • Health and Beauty

    Primp and preen in the Harbourside shopping centre at some of the most popular health and beauty hotspots. Grab some beauty goodies at Billy and Vince before getting your nails done at Darling Nails and heading to Mandarin Massage for a relaxing pamper session. We guarantee after this pampering session that your holiday will be a blissful experience.

  • Entertainment

    Break up the store hopping with some high-energy entertainment in the Harbourside shopping centre. Try your hand at bowling at Kingpin Bowling, run about at the laser skirmish centre, or practice your aim at the M9 Laser Skirmish.

  • Souvenirs and Gifts

    If you’re looking to pick up the perfect present for friends and family back home, be sure to pop into the numerous souvenir shops that are dotted around the Harbourside shopping centre. Pick up some art at the CNW Gallery, grab a handful of sweets from Dr Candy, or sample and buy some of the local wine at Harbourside Cellars.

    Elsewhere, you can indulge your sweet tooth at the Fudge Shop and the British Lolly Shop.

    Buy something for your house to remember your time in Australia at Typo or SaSa Co, both of which sell a rich selection of goodies for your home.

  • Food and Beverages

    Harbourside also offers a wide range of delicious food and beverage spots. With easy to go to food courts, cafes, and even restaurants scattered about the harbour. Refuel after a day of shopping at one of these great spots, even getting a beautiful view of the bay while you munch on your food.

Shopping is a popular activity in Sydney, and you can make like the locals at the Harbourside shopping centre. With a range of shops selling everything from fudge and wine to homeware goods and high-end fashion, it has everything you need under one roof. Don’t miss out on the on-site entertainment, too.

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Cameron Ward
Cameron Ward
Managing Director at Sightseeing Tours Australia

Cameron Ward turned his travel passion into a thriving Australian tourism business. Before he co-founded his own business, Sightseeing Tours Australia, he was enjoying being a Melbourne tour guide. Even now, Cameron delights in helping visitors from all around the world get the most out of their incredible Australian trip. You’ll see Cameron leading tours or writing about his favourite Australian places where he shares his local insights.