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There's nothing to get too excited about here, but then Darwin isn't really known for shopping. Early in the morning and on Sunday afternoons it gets very quiet along the Mall - not much to see or do. Unless you really need a shopping fix...More
We came here on Boxing Day and it was like a ghost town. Cotton On is the only major shop here, the rest are boutiques, camping shops and souvenir shops. There are also plenty of ‘massage’ places that seem to be open 24 hours a...More
The Mall has some nice cafes & touristy shops as well as some really good jewellery shops. It is not a large shopping mall but is worth a visit. I managed to purchase an opal pendant from the jewellers & a Darwin NT shirt for...More
Just your usual mall.
A few specialty shops, souvenir shops and arts.
There are cafes and food places along with the usual shops you find in a mall.
Indigenous people busking.
Nice water feature.
Worth a walk through however as you never know what rocks...More
Located in the heart of tge city the Smith Street Mall just has not moved with the times. Many of the shops are vacant, tired and downright depressing.
Don't expect much as this place has not changed much since I lived here in the 1980s....More
I was shocked that the main mall in Darwin was so underwhelming ! We walked through a couple of times and were never inspired by any of the shops. We went into a souvenir shop that was overpriced and full of unwanted souvenirs. It is...More
But on the upside, parking is much cheaper than any other state capital. The mall is very small and the most upmarket shop is Betts. You can find a good coffee at the Rabbit Hole and a few ok eats in between, for good food...More
The darwin mall is a lovely place to visit .
Lots of food, art and trendy shops.
Nice little area for the kids to play and you can sit and have a coffe and watch the kids play. Or just enjoy the lovely darwin weather....More