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For the best and the biggest shopping centre on the Gold Coast, you cannot go past Pacific Fair Shopping Centre. This is a must do when you holiday on the Gold Coast. Here are the top 15 luxury brands to look out for in Pacific Fair, and make sure you dress your best when you head into #4.

Luxury Brands

Pacific Fair Shopping Centre carries one of Australia’s largest collections of luxury brands. Here are the top 15 luxury brands you can find at Pacific Fair:

  1. Louis Vuitton;
  2. Gucci;
  3. Prada;
  4. Hermes;
  5. Tiffany and Co;
  6. Rolex Boutique – Langfords Jewellers;
  7. Salvatore Ferragamo;
  8. Bally;
  9. Bulgari;
  10. Christian Louboutin;
  11. Coach;
  12. Givenchy;
  13. Harrolds;
  14. Hugo Boss;
  15. Max Mara, and more.

Pacific Fair has recently completed a $670 million dollar redevelopment. Pacific Fair is currently the biggest shopping centre on the Gold Coast, adding 400+ stores to the precinct. You can find stores like Target, Big W, Coles, Woolworths, Event Cinemas and David Jones.

There is something for everyone at Pacific Fair Shopping Centre.

  • For the food lovers, restaurants, cafes, food court;
  • For the movie lovers – Gold Class and VMax movies at Event Cinemas;
  • For the sports lover – Nike, Adidas, Under Armour, Rebel Sport, Kathmandu, EMF Fitness Centre, Lorna Jane, Lululemon, Speedo, Athlete’s Foot, Foot Locker, and more;
  • For kids – Build a Bear, Cotton on Kids, Kidstuff, iPlay arcade, various playgrounds throughout the centre;
  • For the fashionistas – too many specialty stores to mention but check out global mega grands like H&M, Uniqlo and Zara;
  • For the pursuit of everything beautiful – Australian Skin Clinic, Aesop, Bath and Body Works, Chanel, Ella Bache, Jurlique, Kiehls, Laser Clinics Australia, L’Occitane, Lush, Mecca Cosmetica, Napoleon Perdis, Sephora, Victoria’s Secret and more

Restaurants and Cafes

Pacific Fair is home to Gold Coast’s largest Myer, two food courts, a fresh food market, and a wide selection of café’s and restaurants.

Check out the amazing selection of restaurants and cafes such as Bin 232, Chatime, Chong Cho Thai, Coffee Club, Grilled Healthy Burgers, Little Saigon Grill, Mad Mex, Mos Burger, Noodle Haus, Outback Steakhouse, and many more.

How to get to Pacific Fair Shopping Centre

Situated 10 minutes from Holiday Holiday’s Surfers Paradise resorts and conveniently located on the Gold Coast Highway in the heart of Broadbeach, Pacific Fair is easily accessible by public transport and also has over 6000 car parks, making getting there a breeze! Parking is free for 5 hours.

From Surfers Paradise you can catch the tram, which stops only a short 2-minute walk away from the centre. Pacific Fair is open seven days a week and just a short walk from Broadbeach South G: Link station.

Alternatively, catch the free shopping shuttle service which operates daily between Main Beach and Burleigh Heads.

After checking out the several levels of shops, why not have a break at one of the waterfront cafés. You can also sit back and relax in the newly built Event Cinemas, try out Gold Class or VMAX and watch the latest blockbusters in ultimate comfort.

Great air conditioning inside the shopping centre and shade sails over some outdoor areas with water feature, bridges, and green park areas. Be prepared for sore feet after a day here.

For Tourists

Pacific Fair is a definite must see for Gold Coast visitors, make sure you pick up your exclusive visitors VIP pass from the customer service desk which entitles you to offers and discounts throughout the centre. The complimentary Visitor Privileges Pass provides exclusive retailer offers and is available for collection from the Visitor Lounge.

The first–class Visitor Lounge also offers coach set down and parking, free WiFi and a prayer room. For a small fee, you can hire luggage storage lockers and pay for shower amenities.

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