Shopping in Canberra

Canberra city offers everything from luxury boutiques, malls and department stores to street markets and local designers if you know where to look.
The City Find interesting boutiques, street fashion, designer shoes and antique books hidden away in the arcades in City Walk and Garema Place, and in the Canberra Centre. Boutiques in Canberra House on Marcus Clarke Street offer imported designer wear and Italian shoes.
Manuka & Kingston shopping centres : The small 1920s shopping centres of Manuka and Kingston are just a five-minute walk from each other – ask a local for directions. Splurge on Australian and international designer labels, beautiful antiques, gourmet food, high quality homewares and exquisite jewellery amongst the cafe-lined streets. Lonsdale Street: Braddon Discover original Canberra designers, stylish Australian fashions, unusual handcrafted gifts and homewares, and a beautiful private gallery uniquely situated amongst car yards, restaurants and hairdressing salons. Lonsdale Street is just a few minutes’ walk from the city centre.
Markets : The multi award-winning Old Bus Depot Markets is open every Sunday and renowned for a mix of handcrafted jewellery, art, clothing, furniture and regional food and wine produce, while the Regional Growers Market every Saturday morning offers an array of fruit, vegetables, plants, flowers, seafood, meat and cheeses.
Every Saturday, find vintage treasures, second-hand books, jewellery, international foods and much more at the Gorman House Markets and regional craft and produce at the Hall Markets held on the first Sunday of the month at the Hall Showgrounds...etc.