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Old 02-02-2011, 04:23 AM
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Different shops...

I have no definite or favorite shops


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I like otti,Ally,&Forever New


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mandarincentre is where i go for clothes


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Old 04-12-2011, 08:59 PM
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Chinese always have it cheaper don't they.

It's like that with Paddys Market in Sydney or Queen Victoria Markets in Melbourne (although not only Chinese or Asians have good prices there).


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Love shopping in Queen Street in Brissy


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Mostly I do online shopping.


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It depends which shop is having the biggest discount. I am more on bigw as i find it to be great quality. I dont mind visiting the cultural shops every now and then.... Wait for the christmas december clearance. There's ought to be winners.

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I currently live in NZ and cry a few tears of joy and envy whenever I visit Australia. I can go into a mall and buy clothes in Target, Myers, etc, and the selection is so much better and the prices are lower. Can't wait until we actually move over!


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@birdie, Targets are in the shopping malls in Australia? Really? How cool is that.
In America we sometimes refer to them as 'Tar'je' bc it isn't a mall store here.

I have plenty to learn. I will need a guide for sure.

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