Sydney Central Plaza incorporates a lengthy underground shopping complex in the heart of Sydney. It allows shoppers to walk from Town Hall Station through The Queen Victoria Building to finish at Pitt Street Mall. This journey is greatly appreciated in wet weather, for local workers and well as shoppers and visitors.
Sydney Central Plaza is situated in the old Grace Bothers building and combines an old architectural exterior with a modern shopping complex interior. The main retailer is the popular department store
Myer, which sells men's, women's and children's clothing, in addition to beauty products, perfumes, stationery and electronics. This store is one of the largest retailers in the Sydney CBD and is similar to the nearby David Jones shopping complex.
This building also offers a massive food court, which is one of the largest in the city. It hosts mass crowds a lunchtime every day and provides an extremely diverse range of cuisines. If you plan on eating here, expect to squeeze onto a toadstool shaped table to eat in a noisy and crowded space. Avoid the lunch rush hour if you'd like a little more room. The area itself is very large and open, and the wide staircase rising to Pitt Street Mall
is no less than elegant. Address: George Street, Sydney, NSW, 2000.