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Potts Point and Wolloomooloo Shopping

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  • Pure General


Shopping in Potts Point

Seeking one-of-a-kind baby toys, colourful ethnic rugs, handmade candles, cool kitchenware or costume jewellery? The lush, aspirational boutiques and stores along Macleay Street and nearby are perfect for browsing, and buying.

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Fashion, handmade felt toys, art, antiques, and some of the most beautiful homewares in the entire city can be found in Potts Point and Woollomooloo. Take a walk along leafy Macleay Street and you'll be lured into the likes of award-winning store Becker Minty, a melting pot of fine furniture, antiques, fashion and jewellery sourced from around the globe.

Fashion, lifestyle and design join forces at Macleay on Manning, which sells a stunning range of Australian and imported designer homewares, gifts, candles, costume jewellery, lighting, babywear, cards and more. Close by, Plum Interiors, The Little Candle Shop and Blueprint are also worth a look. Love the written word? Head to the independent Potts Point Bookshop, also on Macleay Street in the iconic Pomeroy building and don't miss Booty's stylish bags and shoes.

Good shopping and must-see stores extend to other pockets of the precinct, too. On Brougham Street at Pure and General, you'll find stunning commissioned homewares, furnishings, stationery and toys. Pop-up custom furniture store Koskela has fabulous designs that are both environmentally friendly and beautiful to look at.

Along with the locals, make a beeline for the Fitzroy Gardens on Macleay Street every Saturday, where the Organic Food Markets sre held from 8am til 2pm. Fresh produce, baked goods, organic fruit and veg and seafood are all available.

While Woolloomooloo is more about bars and eateries than stores, there are a couple not to miss, including the uber-cool Real Store on Bourke Street, which stocks social, ethical and sustainable lifestyle products and designs. Buy here and you'll be supporting Hands That Shape Humanity and other global charities. Keen bikers or cyclists should also check out Sable & Argent on the same street, which serves premium brands, a repair service and cafe.

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