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The greatest concentration of clothing and accessories stores are to be found in the northern half of the CBD, starting from the Town Hall precinct, neat the Queen Victoria Building.
*'''Queen Victoria Building''' [http://www.qvb.com.au/]in the [[Sydney/City Centre|City Centre]] is a renowned, beautifully maintained, 19th century sandstone building, home to over 400 stores. The stores in the building are laid out in a hierarchical style- literally. The basement level has cheap, casual-fashion stores with a food court, the street level mid-range brand-name chains and level 3 is where various Australian designers, some European labels and Italian shoe stores are located. It is one of Sydney's more photogenic pieces of architecture. Located on George St adjacent to Town Hall.
*'''Castlereagh Street''' in the [[Sydney/City Centre|City Centre]] is lined by many of Sydney's most expensive European-label boutiques and jewellery stores.
* '''Department stores'''. There are only two of these in the [[Sydney/City Centre|City Centre]], Myer [http://www.myer.com.au] and David Jones [http://www.davidjones.com.au], located practically next door to each other near the Pitt Street Mall, and joined by an above-ground covered pedestrian walkway. Both offer your standard department-store range of goods.
*'''Pitt Street Mall''' is a pedestrian mall in the [[Sydney/City Centre|City Centre]]. It is one block long between Market Street and King Street and is one of Australia's busiest and most cosmopolitan shopping precincts. Despite the areas small size, it is home to many flagship chain stores.
*'''Oxford Street''' just [[Sydney/City East|east of the city]] is lined with shops, bars and nightclubs. The section between Taylor Square and Queen St, Woollahra is particularly good for mid-high end Australian fashion designers and boutiques. Some of these boutiques and other fashion retailers sell at Paddington Markets [http://www.paddingtonmarkets.com.au], which are held in the grounds of the Paddington public school every Saturday from 10am.
*'''Queen Street''' in Woollahra also [[Sydney/City East|east of the city]] is an upmarket shopping destination with high-end boutiques, food and homewares stores.