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Canberra Centre

46 locals recommend ·
About this place
The cultural hub for fashion, dining, entertainment and more. Canberra Centre is a treasure trove of shopping inspiration. Dining & entertainment thrives at the North Quarter.
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Melinda
Melinda
February 28, 2017
The main mall in Canberra also has a great outdoor shopping precinct that includes cafes, clubs and gyms.
Daniel
Daniel
June 14, 2017
This is the largest shopping mall in Canberra.
Emily
Emily
April 16, 2017
Everything you need could be found here.
Steven
Steven
April 23, 2019
A good selection of restaurants.
John And Pinyada
John And Pinyada
November 15, 2016
Variety of brand stores, department stores and places to eat.
Elissa
Elissa
July 1, 2019
City center has everything you need including retail outlets, supermarkets, cinema, cafe & restaurants.
Morgan
Morgan
December 30, 2018
Best spot in the north of Canberra for all your shopping needs!
Natalie
Natalie
January 28, 2019
The Canberra Centre is home to four department stores David Jones, Myer, Target and Big W, two supermarkets and a collection of specialty stores including a dedicated beauty and wellness precinct.
Lindsay
Lindsay
December 6, 2018
Every brand under the sun!
Andrew
Andrew
February 4, 2017
Its got everything stretching for many streets, similar to the one in Melbourne CBD!

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Location
Canberra, ACT 2601
Phone(02) 6257 5315
Hours of Operation statusOpen · Closes 5:30 PM
Credit cards
Yes (incl. American Express & MasterCard)
Wifi
Free
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