Pacific Fair Shopping Centre, Broadbeach
(3.8/5 based on 1,500+ reviews on the web)
As one of Queensland's largest shopping centers, Pacific Fair Shopping Centre provides a great place to purchase gifts or update your wardrobe. Choose from over 130 fashion shops and more than 300 specialty stores and services. Just five minutes from Surfers Paradise, you can also catch a movie at the 12-screen cinema. Take a look at our Broadbeach travel itinerary planner to schedule your visit to Pacific Fair Shopping Centre and learn about what else to see and do during your holiday.
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TripAdvisor
  • It has everything but especially love Michael Dib Hair Salon and the coffee shop near it. The continental shop has everything you need for cooking European meals. Easy to park and every shop under the...  more »
  • Something for everyone, the food court is sensational and some pretty decent restaurants also. Find ourselves there twice a week between grocery and other shopping. Parking is poorly designed and chao...  more »
  • To the exception of a couple of traditional ( and expensive) shops, the mall offers the usual stuff you can find anywhere else in the world: from Zara to H&M... i would have loved a little bit more lo...  more »
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  • Pacific Fair upgrade is amazing. So big we haven't yet explored it all. The service at Perfect Potion lovely and nothing too much trouble. We loved the outdoor eating areas and the Cuban Bar just inside. Lots more exploring to do on another trip. Can't wait.
  • Great shopping centre, plenty of stores to cater to all tastes & incomes. I liked all the ponds & streams, it creates a nice atmosphere & there's plenty of comfy seating if you need a rest. There's also a good variety of eating places, from a quick coffee & sandwich, to a full on meal served with alcohol. The one thing we thought was off, was that the parking is free for the first 3 hours. We were 3hrs & 12 mins & it cost us $5.00. If the first 3 hrs is free its free. which means we were charged $5.00 for 12 minutes. Beware!
  • Great food selcection, lots of high end stores. I like the little ponds as they add an relaxing atmosphere. Sushi Moto there serves amazing sushi, they have very good staff and if you ever had trouble talk to the manager as he is very understanding. The K-Mart, Big W and Target there are all very tidy and well stocked. :) parking can sometimes be a trouble like the ticket machines and the pricing but other than that it's good.
  • Most of the new sections are open now with a very busy food hall, nicely designed, although in the older/new section below target is a delightful bookshop cafe that has opened, well worth going to, called "BookFace", serving lovely Campos coffee and salads and gluten free cakes as well.
  • I was very disappointed in my shopping experience. Supposedly it had been opened recently but there seemed to be a lot of "coming soon" signs. It was a confusing layout and a map would have been helpful. I finally got a map on the way out when I asked a valet (who was nice) where to pay the overly priced $21 for parking and then found the boom gates weren't working anyway. What a waste of a day :-(