In accordance with the Australian Government directive, gyms, cinemas, entertainment venues, kids’ play areas and seating zones for restaurants, cafes and food courts are temporarily closed. Beauty therapy, tanning, waxing, massage, tattoo (physiotherapists excluded) are also closed. Restaurants, cafes and food courts are open for takeaway, offering pick-up or home-delivery options. As per social distancing directives, food court seating areas are temporarily closed.
Birkenhead Point Outlet Centre is the largest outlet centre in Sydney, and for this reason, one of the best places to enjoy a bit of retail therapy.
Birkenhead Point Outlet Centre, Shops, Parking, Hours & Map, Drummoyne
With more than 120 of these premium brands, there is no shortage of places to enjoy grabbing a bargain. Notable brands include Tommy Hilfiger, Calvin Klein, Polo, Ralph Lauren, as well as Hugo Boss. What’s more, visitors to the city can use the free Hello Sydney Discount card that qualifies them for further discounts across the stores at the Birkenhead Point Outlet Centre. The cards are available at the concierge desk located on Level 2 at the centre.
There are lots of dining offers available at the centre, making this the perfect way to sample Sydney’s culinary treats. Enjoy snacks at Cafe Birkenhead, or go all out on a delicious kebab at Enfes Kebabs. There is no better place to treat yourself to cuisine from the East than at Dragon Boat for an unforgettable meal. Other dining options available can be found at Cohibar, Kazbah and Mad Mex.
Once the hunger pains have been dealt with, go ahead and stroll around the centre while absorbing the unique sights and sounds of Sydney. Amenities available at the centre include free Wi-Fi, bathrooms on all levels, with accessible washrooms on the ground floor, levels 2 and 3, parents rooms and Play Land- comprises two play areas for kids below six years of age.
Free parking spaces are available but are turn into being paid if staying longer than 3 hours. Birkenhead Point Outlet Centre is easily accessible by private and public transport options. Bus services are frequent between the mall and the CBD every day.
For something different, try the Sydney Shopper Hopper which ferries you between shopping malls, restaurants and other attractions including Circular Quay, Birkenhead Point Outlet Centre and Harbourside Shopping Centre in Darling Harbour.