If you’re bored and just want to take a stroll, especially in the winter months, shopping malls are a way to go. They’re perfect for some good ‘ole retail therapy, giving you tons of stores to visit and even replenish your groceries and essentials.
And, if you’re a tourist just visiting the city, you should know that the quickest way to get an impression of the place is through its shopping centres. So, allow us to share with you Perth’s Top Shopping Malls and what awaits you on your visit.
Lakeside Joondalup | 420 Joondalup Drive Perth, WA, Australia 6027
Located just 25 minutes from Perth CBD, Lakeside Joondalup is one of the city’s biggest shopping destinations, offering a wide selection of local, national, and international fashion, dining and lifestyle brands such as Myer, Target, Kmart, Big W, Coles, Woolworths, Aldi, and Farmer Jack’s.
The Shopping Mall also has over 300 speciality retailers, a cinema, two food courts, and multiple dining options such as tea houses, fast-food restaurants, fine-dining, Japanese restaurants, cafes, and Chinese restos.
Ocean Keys Shopping Centre | 36 Ocean Keys Boulevard Perth, WA, Australia 6030
Conveniently located off Marmion Avenue in Clarkson, Ocean Keys has a range of bespoke services apart from retail stores and shops. For mums and dads, there’s a Parents Room to provide full change facilities, private feeding cubicles, food preparation area, bottle warming facility, and even children’s toilet.
Also with Coles, Kmart, and Woolworths, Ocean Keys boasts 120 stores across 18 store categories including Arts & Crafts, Fashion & Beauty, Medical & Health Services, and Food & Drink.
Karrinyup Shopping Centre | 200 Karrinyup Road Karrinyup, WA, Australia 6018
Get your shopping done at Karrinyup Shopping Centre, a one-stop mall for your shopping needs of accessories & jewelry, fashion, footwear, or even educational supplies for your kids. Home to famous brands such as Uniqlo, H&M, Nespresso, and David Jones, Karrinyup is Perth’s northern premier shopping destination.
Located on Level B1 of the multi-deck car park of the mall, the Customer Lounge is a perfect place to rest your feet after a long day. Wheelchairs are available for hire, as well as electric gophers, and kiddie cars to have your kids play around while waiting.
Westfield Carousel | 1382 Albany Hwy Cannington, WA, Australia
Shopping at Westfield Carousel is getting a personalized shopping experience with a customer-directed genuine service including personal styling and even valet parking. The biggest shopping centre in Western Australia, Westfield Carousel provides easy excess and large options for stores where you can shop, eat, drink and even relax. If you have kids with you, they will surely enjoy it most at the play zone – no entry fee needed.
DFO Perth is the city’s premium outlet shopping destination providing perhaps the most tourist-friendly centre. As Bus Tour Groups are welcome at the said mall, you can have it part of your itinerary and start the visit there. They also have a Digital Tourist Passport for download which you can use to qualify for exclusive offers from over 25 retailers of variety, travel, sport and outdoor, jewelry, homewares, women, technology, and beauty stores.
Claremont Quarter | 9 Bay View Terrace Claremont, WA, Australia 6010
Just across the road, the Claremont train station and the major bus stops will bring you right on Claremont Quarter’s doorsteps for the utmost transport convenience. Here, you can also have personal styling with the mall’s resident stylists to personally assist you in choosing your wardrobes and glam you up for the day.
Aside from fashion, the mall is also the go-to for a food adventure, home & lifestyle improvement, and fresh food produces.
Fremantle Markets | 74 South Terrace Perth, WA, Australia 6160
Going to Fremantle Markets means a trip down the aisle of 150 colorful stalls trading handicrafts, clothes, local-made footwear, fresh fruits, and veggies. Established in 1897, Fremantle Markets has a long history of featuring local culture and history revolving around the rich indigenous, maritime, convict, colonial, and migrant history. If you plan to bring home some artisan products showing off the historical Fremantle, this market is the place to shop and go.