Harbour Town Outlet Shopping Centre, Biggera Waters
(4.1/5 based on 950+ reviews on the web)
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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  • Great choice of speciality shops for everyone. Big brand names including RM Williams, Tommy, Ralph and Hugo Boss.Free return travel bus from Surfers Paradise includes discount card and visitors waitin...  more »
  • Had my regular coffee at Cremaespresso this morning. I am a dog owner, and lover but was concerned to witness a dog sitting on the owners lap up at the table. I feel this could offend a lot of people,...  more »
  • Ok place for shopping, but only few shops had "outlet prices".. They close so early! I have seen better outlet places.. 
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  • Without a doubt the Gold Coasts worst Parking nightmare, Brand stores do have good sales but most can be had online or in department stores for similar prices without the nightmare of driving around for 55 Mins looking for a park. That aside brilliant Cinema, some great restaurants and the cheapest fruit and veg on the coast. Avoid on weekends. Most locals know that it doesn't live up to its hype so expect to see most out of towners.
  • Great bargain. A must visit when you're at Gold Coast. As for food choices it is pretty limited, but glad they had grilld and mcdonald. Else you can head to Mcdonald and walk across the street, there's sushi train. 🍣 For more brand varieties head off to pacific fair at Broadbeach! You won't be disappointed 😬
  • Great bargains, ok food (would be 5 if it had better variety / quality food outlets). Shopping selection is good. If I want to go upmarket retail I'll usually travel to pacific fair.
  • Great outlet shopping even better now with new mall open more retailers and specialty shops and services ; good choices in food lane with some new ones now open : coffee shops / restaurants ( not all in 1 area ) cinema * fruit / vegetable barn open 24 hrs ; supermarket " heaps of car parking get in early as can be a long walk ' clean and tidy ^ certainly the place to shop till you drop ; friendly outdoors atmosphere ; need to bring umbrella in storm season but nearly all shops / retailers will happily sell you one if you didn't
  • Loved Harbourtown recently. Bonds store and Converse had some great specials as did Katie Hill. Also went to the movies (very comfortable seating, a great deal at $9 per ticket and sound awesome). Loved Yogurtland for a relatively healthy cool dessert.