Best Places to Shop in the Cairns CBD!

Posted in Local Attractions @ Dec 28th 2017 3:41pm - By Administrator
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Cairns Central
There’s more than 180 stores to enjoy at Cairns Central, making this shopping centre the largest in Far North Queensland. Both locals and tourists can be found at the Cairns Central Shopping Centre, where you’ll discover Myer, one of the Australia’s biggest department store chains, as well as a Target, Coles supermarket, and a Birch Carroll and Coyle cinema. There’s also a superb selection of eateries from fast food to restaurants with international menus.

The Pier
For a relaxed shopping and dining experience by the waterfront, head to The Pier. This popular shopping centre is home to famous fashion brands, high-end jewellery, swimwear shops, and plenty more specialty stores to be enjoyed. The art gallery is well worth checking out, and its award-winning waterfront restaurants are a treat for those that love to dine out. You can find The Pier just moments from the Cairns Esplanade Lagoon.

DFS Galleria
Holidaymakers and tourists must visit DFS Galleria, where you can snatch up duty-free items with huge discounts - just show your passport and travelling itinerary! There’s fragrances, alcohol, fashion brands, jewellery, leather goods, gifts, and plenty more to choose from.

DFO
Looking to revitalise your wardrobe for an affordable price? Direct Factory Outlets is the place to go. DFO boasts over 100 Australian and international fashion retailers selling cheap stock that’s either unwanted or end of season. You can be sure to leave with more than a few items!

Crackerbox Palace
For over 20 years Crackerbox Palace has been attracting locals and tourists with its treasure trove of all things vintage and unique. You’ll find great secondhand clothing items, furniture, vintage records, antiques, and lots more that’s well worth looking through. For vintage-lovers and collectors, Crackerbox Palace is a must.

Book luxury Cairns holiday accommodation near these must-visit shopping locations with Marlin Cove Resort. For more information just visit https://marlincoveresort.etourism.net.au

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