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Harbourside Shopping Centre

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Located on the waters edge of Darling Harbour, only a short walk from the central business district and with magnificent views of the city's skyline, Harbourside offers a unique dining, leisure and shopping experience.

With retail stores open from 10am to 9pm, Harbourside offers late night shopping every night.

Award wining restaurants and cafes, amazing harbour and city skyline views, latest fashion boutiques, bars, bowling...What more do you need?


Open Time


Retails stores open 10am to 9pm daily
 
Harbourside Shopping Centre

Contact Details:


Harbourside Shopping Centre
2-10 Darling Drive
Sydney, NSW 2000
Telephone: click to view
Fax: click to view
Website: www.harbourside.com.au
Entry is free!

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