Birkenhead Point Outlet Centre, Drummoyne
(3.8/5 based on 220+ reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • This is a large complex of outlets with good sales. There are plenty of food stores to choose from when you feel hungry. Taking is available and a bus runs nearby from Town Hall, but you need to walk ...  more »
  • Really dissapointed with the outlet shops. Can get things cheaper on special at normal shops or online. Very hot with the natural light covering. Make sure you drink enough. Not enough toilets. Consid...  more »
  • This is an interesting outlet/shopping centre in the Sydney suburbs. My wife tells me the range of shops is excellent and I can vouch for the cafes. You can sit outside and look out over to Cockatoo I...  more »
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  • Mirvac are attempting to make this a bit nicer, however if you chat with store holders, at what cost? Shops that had been around for many years have found their businesses no longer viable it's a shame. In particular Mitre 10 was a great little store and handy however they were pushed out like many others.
  • Appears to be getting better with more shops being added. Bottom floor has regular stores such as a large Coles supermarket, Aldi, Liquorland, a bakery and butcher etc. as well as a food court. Quite a number of shoe and clothes stores, a big Spotlight for your crafting supplies and some homewares stores also. Driving there on a weekend is a nightmare though, the car park area is not big and the centre is located in a residential area just off Victoria Road so the traffic is terrible.
  • This place is great for picking up a fashionable bargain. A huge variety of stores; Nine West, Country Road, Asics, Converse, Glue, Portmans and Oroton to name a few. They also have a Coles supermarket and cafes. Lots of parking but get here early otherwise it will be difficult to find a park. Otherwise get the bus from Town Hall station.
  • I love this place for the amazing discounts they offer on shoes, clothing and accessories. I would suggest give yourself a full day to explore this place and I am sure you will get the best deal possible. It is a huge one so be ready to walk around a lot and do not pounce on things as soon as you see deals on them (beware there might be better offers elsewhere). I think I have got good deals from Oroton, FCUK, Calvin Klein, Nike,Splat etc..
  • This Outlet Center is awesome. The actual mall itself has an clear roof and has lots of natural light. The view over the harbour is cool. The shops themself have good prices but I would give nike a pass because their shoes are still pretty expensive.