There's no denying that this centre has the loveliest location of all the outlet centres in Sydney, as it is right on the water at Drummoyne - if you are lucky enough to own a boat you can sail right to it! There's a big selection of stores including international retailers like Furla, Laura Ashley and Crabtree & Evelyn, as well as local ones like Country Road, Cotton On and Mimco. From homewares to fashion you will find something for eveyone, and you can even do your weekly shop as there is a Coles Supermarket here too.
Hosting some of the major international retailers like Armani Exchange, Lacoste and Calvin Klein, DFO is where you go to pick up some high end bargains. There's also an excellent range of local fashion like Billabong and Bendon too. The centre has a decent food court as well as cafes such as Lindt where you can refuel mid shop. And if you have your little ones in tow, you will find a play area set up just for them.
We love this centre because of its awesome playground! Located right at the front of the centre, we recommend that you leave the hubster and kids here whilst you check out all of the great outlet shops that include Country Road, Sheridan, Esprit, Seed, Bardot plus loads more. There are a couple of good cafes located in the centre where you can grab a coffee and babycino from after your shopping spree.
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You can double your bargains here as Market City is located above Paddy"s Market! The stores are mainly Australian (Esprit, Bonds, Smiggle, Review etc) and there are also a few overseas retailers like Converse and FILA. There are also excellent Asian eateries in this centre, and of course there are the gourmet delights of Chinatown right on its doorstep. This centre is open every single day of the year (normally until 7.00pm), which is a bonus when you need to do some last minute shopping.
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