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We all know that Melbourne is famous for shopping. But if you’re not a frequent visitor to the city, you may not know where to start when it comes to retail therapy.
We suggest breaking down your shopping experience into precincts. Below we look at the Collins Street and Block Arcade, Collins St CBD area.
Collins Street Melbourne, is home to high-end jewellers (including Georg Jensen, Bvlgari, Rutherford Fine Jewellery and Tiffany & Co), high-end fashion (such as Herringbone, Hugo Boss, Harolds and the exclusive by- appointment boutique Le Louvre), designer shoes and luxury goods (including Ralph Lauren, Hermes, Chanel, Gucci, Bally, Salvatore Ferragamo and Louis Vuitton).
In this precinct you’ll also find complexes such as Collins Place, Georges on Collins, Collins two3four and St Collins Lane, where you can shop til’ you drop for fashion, homewares and gifts.
Block Arcade, the laneway between Collins St and Little Collins St. Home to more than thirty stores include Haigh’s Chocolates, Georg Jensen Living, Australia By Design and Rutherford. Why not finish your shopping experience with a rejuvenating beverage at Hopetoun Tea Rooms.
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