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Shopping In Australia

Your great Australian sojourn would remain incomplete without shopping in Australia. From high-end shopping to locals selling little knick-knacks, there is possibly something for everyone. These markets are evenly spread all over the country making it easy for shopaholics to reach them. Chadstone Shopping Centre, Westfield Fountain Gate, Westfield Sydney, Highpoint Shopping Centre, Westfield Chermsideetc. are few of the prominent malls of Australia. Check them out if you are looking for world-famous brands. 
From aboriginal artwork or artefacts, to signature pieces of jewellery made from opals (the national gemstone) or Australian pearls, and other knickknacks, there is no dearth of a choice of gifts and souvenirs to be brought back from Australia. 
If you are a jewellery lover, you should buy pearls, opals, and gold, whichare Aussie specialties. Art lovers would love to take home a piece of aboriginal artfrom one of the many art galleries. One can also shop for didgeridoos (a wind instrument), boomerangs (traditionally used by Australian aborigines as a hunting weapon) andthe famous Coogisweaters.
The city of Melbourne is a great to go souvenir hunting– check out the extensive collection of vintage posters, rooftop honey, printed bandanas, and local beauty products on offer. Also, Rusty’s Market in Cairns isan amazing to explore and enjoy the colourful produce of the country. Sample delicious mangoes, pineapples, bananas, and all kinds of tropical fruits along with farm-fresh honey, curries, hot chips, and cold drinks. Paddy’s market in Sydney is another market worth exploring. With 1,000 odd stalls dedicated to carpets, hookahs, colourful sneakers, Eminem T-shirts, and so on, this market resembles Istanbul’s Grand Bazaar.
Your great Australian sojourn would remain incomplete without shopping in Australia. From high-end shopping to locals selling little knick-knacks, there is possibly something for everyone. These marke...
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