New to Perth and want to know the best malls around? We meet all your shopping needs when you live in Perth!
1. Perth CBD
Perth CBD offers a variety of stores, so you’re guaranteed to find what you’re looking for. With shops suitable for every age, style and budget, you can spend the day exploring Perth City’s many arcades and shopping malls. There are Hay Street Mall, London Court and Forrest Chase to name a few.
2. Water Town Brand Outlet
If you want to find good shopping deals from well-known brands… Watertown Brand Outlet is Perth’s ultimate inexpensive shopping destination! Watertown contains many world famous brands such as Adidas and Converse, making it the best place to go on a student budget. Plus it is centrally located along the train line in West Perth!
3. Oxford Street Leederville
Oxford Street Leederville is not only home to some of Perth’s best nightlife, but also has many boutiques and vintage stores that you won’t find anywhere else. Whether you are looking for unique gifts or want to browse trendy fashion stores, Leederville is the best place in Perth to find hidden shopping treasures. Once you’ve finished visiting the stores, you can check out some of the local cafes in Leederville for good coffee. It is very easy to get just one stop from Perth train station on the Joondalup line.
4. Westfield Carousel Shopping Centre
The Westfield Carousel is one of Perth’s largest shopping malls. It is located in Cannington, south of Perth. Complete with a cinema, various dining options and a variety of specialty stores to suit everyone, it’s also a great place to meet up with friends in one of its very affordable restaurants or to watch the latest outing from the movie. It is also easily accessible from the boulevard using Transperth buses or trains.
5. Claremont Quarter
The dream of a fashion lover. Claremont Quarter is home to some of Australia’s best clothing designers. It is equipped with fashion stores, boutiques and good restaurants. The Claremont district is a unique place as it includes a mix of local and Australian designer stores. And it’s only 15 minutes by train from Perth train station!
6. Joondalup Shopping Centre
Take a trip to the northern suburbs of Perth and visit the Lakeside Joondalup Mall. It is the largest shopping center in Perth which also houses many international brands, as well as the perfect indoor shopping center to discover. Like Carousel, Lakeside Joondalup contains many well-known Australian specialty stores and department stores.
The shopping center is also equipped with a cinema and restaurants to spend time with friends! While staying at Joondalup, be sure to check out Mullaloo Beach, it’s a great place to hang out on a hot summer day! Nothing like it to balance shopping with a visit to the beach!
7. Fremantle Markets
Explore the historic port city of Fremantle. Not only does it have lots of breathtaking sights, restaurants and shops, but it also houses the Fremantle markets. The markets are open from Friday to Sunday and are the ideal place to buy souvenirs, gifts and good food. It is extremely easy to access, just a train ride from Perth train station and within walking distance of the University of Notre Dame in Australia. For more information on shopping at Fremantle