Harbour Town Outlet Shopping Centre, Biggera Waters

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Factory Outlet Shopping
Harbour Town Outlet Shopping Centre opened in 1999 as Australia's first and largest brand-direct factory outlet shopping center. The open-air mall sells discounted local and international brands. It includes over 120 outlet and clearance stores, a state-of-the-art movie theater, and a large supermarket. Palm-lined walkways offer a cool shade even on the hottest days. Many alfresco cafes and restaurants are open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Make Harbour Town Outlet Shopping Centre part of your personalized Biggera Waters itinerary using our Biggera Waters trip builder.
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  • Took G-Link & bus to here. The visitors centre is good to stop at. Free tea, coffee & water. All shops have good deals for the bargain hunter. Need centre map to make sure you don't miss shops.  more »
  • Pretty good outlet with lots of variety of shops, from Cotton On with bargains to Ralph Lauren. Place has a food market as well which I imagine would be great for locals.  more »
  • This complex is one of the best outlet shopping centres I have seen. Lots of bargains to be had, all the top brands available. Worth the trip out to see it.  more »
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  • It's been a popular shopping precinct for many years. The recent upgrades/expansion to some facilities together with new shops arriving, the whole place is again starting to become a reasonable place to find most everything you might need.
  • I love Harbourtown. From just watching a movie to shopping till you drop, it's got it all. Some of the stores are quite small and aren't really wheelchair friendly. But on the whole there is a fantastic array of different shops, from the affordable to the high end. The eateries are lovely as well. Just ask for a menu.
  • Good variety of stores, lots of food options, and great to have the cinema there. Parking gets hectic often which makes me avoid it more than I used to. No idea why they didn't put a little multi-story parking facility in the most recent renovations. Perfect opportunity where Bunnings used to be and would cater for future increases in visitors.
  • So much variety! A whole day isn't enough to cover this area. I find it a lot better than Brisbane DFO in terms of the options. A must visit if you intend to do some retail therapy.
  • Big outlets, there're missing some brands to be perfect... some stores are factory outlets with unknown brands. There's a lot of options for eat. Really nice and if you don't have a car there are a lot of busses going there during all day.