Besides exploring the natural and family attractions, shopping is also a nice activity during vacations. Roaming the shopping centres and markets allows you to see the city, taste the food, experience culture and meet people. If you love to shop and would like to experience all these, stay at Bay of Palms as there are several shopping centres; not to mention, local markets near the Elanora family resort.
The Pines Elanora
Located on the north-western corner of Guineas Creek Road and KP McGrath Drive, The Pines Elanora is the perfect place to meet and shop. In fact, there are three major supermarkets and over 90 specialty stores. Whether you seek fresh food, fashion finds, homewares or gifts, you can find it all here.
Pacific Fair Shopping Centre
Queensland's premier shopping destination features over 400 stores from leading Australian retailers to global luxury brands as well as 20 casual and fine-dining restaurants. When it comes to ambiance, Pacific Fair Shopping Centre won't disappoint as they offer a unique tropical outdoor landscaping. Visit them at Hooker Blvd, Broadbeach.
The Oasis Shopping Centre
If you love the beach, you should visit The Oasis Shopping Centre. Situated in the heart of Broadbeach, the shopping centre features award wining cafes and restaurants. Whatever flavour you are craving, you will definitely find it here. For fashionistas, simply explore the ground floor for cosmetics, perfumes, and shoes then go up one level to find a great selection of clothing and accessories.
Located on the beautiful Broadbeach Mall and close to the beach and parks, Niecon Plaza offers a unique shopping experience. There you will find 45 specialty retail stores and world class medical facilities. At night, Niecon Plaza offers the best night life entertainment as there are several venues from lounge bars and piano bars to nightclubs.
Besides shopping centres, don't forget to visit some local markets one of which is the popular Sanctuary Markets. Located at the Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary, the market focuses on pleasing your taste buds with international flavours and mouth watering pastries. There are also arts and crafts; not to mention, some live entertainment every Friday from 4pm to 9pm.
Food & Farmers' Markets
On Saturday morning, head over to the Palm Beach Currumbin State High School for the Food & Farmers Market. The local market features 80 stallholders that offers a range of fresh produce and quality local product.
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