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Shopping precincts

Bellevue Hill

The Bellevue Hill Village is located at the top of the hill on either side of Bellevue Hill Road. The Shopping Village includes a range of cafes, food and drink providers, and a wonderful range of services and personal services.


  • On-street timed and metered parking is available.

Bondi Junction

Bondi Junction is the largest commercial centre in the Eastern Suburbs. The precinct offers a diverse range of shops, eateries and services including a prominent shopping centre, Westfield Bondi Junction.


Double Bay

Double Bay is Sydney's smartest shopping precinct with the accent on high fashion, designer labels and high quality produce and goods.

Elegant tree-lined streets and laneways are home to countless boutiques, salons, cafes, bookshops, galleries and restaurants that give the feel of a fashionable and sophisticated European city.



Edgecliff is centred on the busy Edgecliff Centre above the Edgecliff Bus/Rail Interchange. With easy access to public transport or underground parking, the Centre is easily accessible for goods from the supermarket and for other daily needs.



Oxford Street, William Street, Five Ways and other nearby shopping hubs make Paddington one of Sydney's trendiest shopping precincts.

With a focus on fashion, music, arts, homewares and food, the leafy streets have a strong appeal those interested in the latest fashion and cultural movements.

The Paddington Markets, established in 1973, are held on Oxford Street on Saturdays from 10am to 4pm.


  • On-street timed and metered parking is available.

Rose Bay

Rose Bay is a busy suburban centre that retains something of a relaxed village feel. It is a favourite amongst locals for everyday shopping needs yet also has a range of boutiques and homeware stores that give a touch of sophistication.

Stroll along the historic Rose Bay foreshore wall with sweeping harbour views on your way to Plumer road for a range of places to shop and eat.



The unique and growing shopping village and cafes in Vaucluse make a great addition for any trip to the surrounding harbour beaches, natural landmarks and historic sites.


  • On-street timed and metered parking is available.

Watsons Bay

Perfectly positioned between harbourside beaches and the clifftops of Gap Park, Watsons Bay is one of Sydney’s most iconic destinations. Home to the Royal Australian Navy’s HMAS Watson and scenic clifftop walks, it’s majestic harbour views are easily accessible by bus and ferry.

The charming and historic shopping village in Watsons Bay provides and wide range of dining options that will suit any trip to the area. Enjoy great coffee and relaxed meals at a village or harbourside cafe, visit the unique Watsons Bay Milk Bar, or experience some of Australia’s most celebrated seafood restaurants with unparalleled harbour views.



Queen Street and nearby streets are the centre of the fashion, arts and antique trade in Sydney. One of the most beautiful shopping villages in Sydney its boutiques, antique shops, galleries, cafes and decorator shops as well as its mix of 19th, early 20th century and contemporary architecture makes the district a favoured area for a pleasant day out enjoying heritage and village ambience, shopping and spending time with friends.


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