Queen VictoriaSydney, NSW 2000

Queen Victoria

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Amy Bates Nelson

I’m not a mall person but if they were all like this I’d never leave! This is the most gorgeous mall I’ve ever seen! It’s Romanesque Revival architecture, stain glass and metal work are lovely! The main clock has amazing details such as a ship that sails around counting the seconds and bells chiming the 1/2 hour and hour. We happened upon an impromptu concert, a man playing Beetles songs on the Grand piano! There is free WiFi and is a train station stop.

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Marcia George

Iconic Sydney landmark. Great place for shopping, eating and access to Town Hall station from the lower level. The upper level has lots of expensive clothing and accessories. So many great shops. Also must mention lots of very good cafes. I bought some lovely boots on the lower level recently. Something for everyone. Best place to take visitors to Sydney.

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Brogan D

Beautiful old building with a variety of shops and food places set across multiple levels with access directly to the train stop. Be sure to check out the old school elevators to, they are beautiful. Can get very busy though and used as a thoroughfare. If you appreciate architecture though, they don't build them like that anymore.

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Sean G. Rosenstock

If you are into shopping/window shopping in a large old building with high end shops, then the Queen Victoria Building should be on your list of destinations. Containing three floors, the building houses a couple restaurants and numerous boutique and upper end shops offering jewellery, accessories and clothing. Outside crowds gather to take pictures at the statue of Queen Victoria.

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Elizabeth Lee

Charming building which reminds me greatly of Selfridges in London. I can tell it's a favourite and iconic landmark with the locals. We had tea at the top floor in their tea room and they served a typical English Afternoon Tea complete with scones and clotted cream.



QVB 455 George St


NSW 2000

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