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Best shopping streets
From designer labels to high-street fashion, Sydney's favourite shopping streets are perfect for serious retail therapy. Head to Pitt, Castlereagh and King in the city centre, Oxford Street in Paddington and Bondi Junction, King Street in Newtown and Crown Street in Surry Hills.
Explore Sydney's shopping streets
Whether you're just browsing for inspiration, looking for a fabulous new dress or the best of vintage, you'll find shopping streets and markets in Sydney have miles of style to tempt you.
Oxford Street, running from Darlinghurst to Paddington, is a great place to start. High street chains mingle with Australian designer flagship stores and a diverse mix of boutiques. Head down side streets including Glenmore Road, William and Elizabeth to find quirky one-off boutiques and stylish designer ware. The Intersection is a who's who of designers whose wares are featured in this "anti-mall" cluster of shops with a village vibe.
Nearby Queen Street in Woollahra has a chic mix of fashion and homewares. Robert Burton, John Cavill and Orson & Blake are well worth a visit. Crown Street in Surry Hills is design-central – browse the vintage racks at Cream on Crown or Grandma Takes a Trip, or pop into Musu Bags and Regina Garde for stylish fashion. Check out emerging Australian labels at Paris Texas.
If you're looking for beach fashion, head to Bondi's Hall Street and Campbell Parade, also known as beachwear central. Check out top swimwear shops, including Labyrinth, Mambo and The Big Swim which stocks brands such as local heroes, Hotel Bondi Swim, Zimmerman and Anna and Boy. Bikini Island on Campbell Parade has been an institution since 1981.
Miles of style on Oxford Street
If you only have time for one Sydney shopping street, make it Oxford Street. Stretching from Hyde Park through Paddington and on to Centennial Park and Woollhara, the Oxford Street retail strip is where you'll find some of Australia's best designers and fashion boutiques, as well as jewellery, homewares, gifts, books and music. Don't miss side streets, William Street and Glenmore Road, for more great fashion.
Buzzing Newtown is an inner-city hub for students and hipsters, with hip bars, ethnic restaurants and quirky boutique shopping. Vintage fashion, books, and homewares jostle with unconventional second-hand stores, bead shops and tribal or gothic gift shops.
Catch the Thames Street ferry from Circular Quay and wander along Darling Street from Balmain to Rozelle. This laid-back, inner-city neighbourhood has weekend markets, bookshops and an eclectic mix of fashion boutiques stocked with the best of local and imported brands.
Cronulla, in the Sutherland Shire on Sydney's southern coast, is the only Sydney beach that can be reached by train, meaning you can visit without the headache of finding a carpark.