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Perth Shopping

Perth Shopping Overview

The two main shopping malls in Perth are the Murray and Hay street malls. Both of the malls are closed to traffic and offer a wide range of specialty stores. There are several arcades that run off either Murray street mall or the Hay street, mall and link the city from St Georges Terrace to Wellington street.

The two main department stores in Perth are Myer and Aherns. Both these stores can also be found in the larger shopping centres in the suburbs. Myer is the largest department store in the city and is in Forrest Chase. Aherns runs between Murray street mall and Hay street mall.

The majority of the stores will accept travelers cheques and credit cards, ask when you enter the store if you are not sure. Beware when trying to buy clothes or shoes, the sizing used in Australia may be different from what you are used to. Check the conversion chart for Australian sizes

The city centre can easily be accessed by public transport, either the trains or buses. The train and northern bus stations are very close to Forrest Chase (off the Murray street mall), and can be accessed via pedestrian walkways. For more information about public transport around Perth click here, or go to the Transperth web site. For information about the free bus service (CATS ) within the city click here.

Perth Shopping Hours:


8 am - 6 pm


8 am - 6 pm


8 am - 6 pm

Thursday ( Suburbs )

8 am - 9 pm, late night shopping