Melbourne Central is a great shopping centre, however compared to the new Melbourne Emporium next door to it, it only achieves an ''average'' ranking from me. Melbourne Central has about four or five levels and it seems the higher you go up the more expensive the shopping is!
Linking Swanston and Elizabeth Streets, this pedestrianized area is the heart of Melbourne's retail shopping area. This is the place to shop till you drop, with offerings ranging from locally owned shops to world-renowned high-end brands to major Australian department stores. Since we were here at the beginning of the Christmas shopping season, we joined interested crowds enjoying elaborate holiday windows at Myer, a major department store.
Bourke Street is the most prosperous street in Melbourne, which is the commercial center of Melbourne. If you want to shop in Melbourne, this street is a good place, with all kinds of shopping centers and specialty stores. In addition, the tram on the street is also a great sight, don’t miss it
Melbourne's Bourke Street Mall (Bourke Street Mall) in the center of the city is a street that only allows pedestrians and trams to pass. Bourke Street combines some of the most well-known department stores and many specialty stores and brands, such as Meyer Myer, David Jones, Zara Zara and many other brand specialty stores and unique boutique retailers.