We expected much more from the online photos. Very similar to the South Wharf area and maybe South Wharf wins. We found shops with good prices though.
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Harbour Town Melbourne is a easy access to pull up right at the entrance by free city circle tram. It's an easy tram ride from the Bourke Street Mall, and you get off right outside the entrance to Harbour town. Free City Circle tram is...More
Harbourtown has been struggle town for a long time. I choose to visit here if South Wharf does not have what i need in my size. It seems to be making a comeback. I caught the City Circle tram to Harbourtown which was easy, got...More
Harbour Town is showing signs of life. When I visited, people were window shopping and buying ice-creams. It was a sunny winter's day, so come summer, the crowds are likely to turn out. Lots of shops seem to be in the process of refurbishing or...More
Many shops were closed for redevelopment and the place was quiet. I have been to Harbour Town at Adelaide before and this place at Melbourne fails in comparison. It is probably better to visit this place after the redevelopment works are completed. There are still...More
My adult son and I spent a little while looking around at various outlet shops still some renovations going on parking was easy and it's accessible by tram as well, so easy to get to catch tram to docklands. All shop staff were very helpful...More
Arrived in Melbourne today and caught the train here. The main entrances are boarded up, demolition in process. Much of the site to be rebuilt. Boarded up shops. I pity the shops left, as I would find it hard to recommend visitors come here at...More
In another year or two this may become a vibrant and interesting place to visit. Unfortunately, right now it's a dead and boring place. I wonder how the traders keep going. Go to Bourke Street Mall instead, it's much livelier!
I was very impressed by this shopping centre! I didn't even know it existed, was trying to get to the Melbourne star and stumbled across this on the way. Unlike other shopping centres like the Emporium mall, this shopping centre was a little more down...More