It wouldn’t be far from the truth if we told you that the Gold Coast never sleeps. Open around the clock, you can have a real blast in GC and enjoy every minute of it. For shopaholics, the Gold Coast is, quite literally, God’s gift to mankind. With a wide range of shopping malls, department stores, designer boutiques, and local markets open on all seven days of the week, it can get really hard to decide where to shop and what to shop. Here’s a list of places on the Gold Coast that you can shop at:

Pacific Fair – The largest shopping mall in Queensland and one of the biggest in Oz, this is the first place to hit for shopping when on the Gold Coast. It’s located at Broadbeach.

Surfers Paradise – The range of stores and shops here is exhaustive and uncompromising. From hi-end street wear to designer labels, to bargain shops, the Surfers shopping scene is in a league of its very own. If you get tired during your shopping expedition, stop by the many sea facing cafes and alfresco restaurants for a cool drink and bite.

Marina Mirage – Arguably one of the best waterfront shopping districts in Queensland, the Marina offers an exciting backdrop of yatchs, boats, jets, and the Broadwater beach.

The Oasis, Broadbeach – Situated opposite the Broadbeach beach, the Oasis stands next to the Broadbeach Mall and is connected from Jupiters Casino by monorail. A good way to spend time window shopping for sure!

Stockland Burleigh Heads – Besides the CBD shopping districts at downtown Burleigh, the Stockland Burleigh Heads is another well-known member of the booming retail scene on the Gold Coast.

Robina Town Centre – Currently undergoing a $300 million worth expansion, Robina Town Centre is becoming the new Pacific Fair leaving the leader behind in the number of arcades and malls.

Australia Fair – Located at Southport, this 60,000 sq mts big multi-level shopping centre boasts of 230 speciality shops besides the most popular department stores. A must visit for shopaholics.