Best Shopping

From all the shops and stores in a city, 10Best narrows the options to those places with the most appeal and the best offerings. We deliver a carefully vetted selection to let you explore Melbourne shopping on your own. If time is really tight, though, and you don't have the leisure to look through all our offerings, we present our Best Shopping list for Melbourne. Here, we distill the best businesses down to a special selection of ten. These places promise a stellar experience and a taste of the city that you just can't miss.

Crown Entertainment Complex

Situated along the Yarra River in the Southbank district, the Crown Entertainment Complex provides a myriad of nightlife options as well as dining and shopping choices. The mega casino (open 24 hours) offers a wealth of gaming options, from...  Read More

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Melbourne Central

Built around a huge shot tower enclosed in an iconic glass-cone, Melbourne Central is a large shopping complex that houses over 300 stores as well as a number of dining options from bakeries to fancy restaurants. International staples sit...  Read More

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Melbourne's Fitzroy neighborhood offers shoppers a unique experience. Centered around Brunswick Street, the area has a Bohemian, edgy flair that evidences itself in the goods for sale at local shops and galleries. Youthful designer cuts fill...  Read More

Flinders Lane

Flinders Lane hosts a number of notable Australian and International designers as well as unique gift shops. Favorite local haunts include Christine, the accessory-selling boutique loved by many, and Aesop, an aromatherapy haven. Contemporary...  Read More

Bourke Street Mall

A dizzying array of first class restaurants, charming cafes, shops, art galleries, museums and theatres greet visitors to the Swanston Street area, home of the Bourke Street Mall. The small area between Swanston and Elizabeth Streets is the...  Read More

Striking architecture, beautiful landscaping, plenty of first-class restaurants and hotels and cosmopolitan boutiques make this one of the city's most desirable shopping destinations. Designer fashion, luxury items and expensive jewelry can be...  Read More

Chapel Street

A trendy area, Chapel Street abounds with outstanding restaurants and high-fashion clothing stores. Lunch alfresco at one of the local cafes, and then spend the afternoon choosing an outfit and accessories from top Australian designers like...  Read More

Historic Royal Arcade, constructed in 1869, runs from Little Collins Street to the Bourke Street Mall and retains much of its original architecture, including two Gothic statues of Gog and Magog added to the southern end of the Arcade in 1892....  Read More

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Block Arcade

Impressive Victorian architecture defines this attractive shopping plaza in Melbourne's south end. Mosaic tiling, decorative wrought iron, timber work and a glass roof make this structure stand out. The arcade is accessible via Collins Street...  Read More

Queen Victoria Market

A Melbourne tradition for over 120 years, the 'Vic Market' is a must see for those visiting Melbourne. At the northern end of the city, the market is built on the site of Melbourne's first cemetery. Within it's crowded embrace you'll find fresh...  Read More

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