Melbourne Emporium Shopping Tour, Australia

The Melbourne Emporium is one of the luxury shopping centre which is located on the corner of Lonsdale and Swanston streets at Melbourne, Australia. The emporium got opened in 2014 after an extensive redevelopment and the Melbourne businessman Sidney Myer acquired the land and constructed 10 buildings located between Lonsdale and Bourke streets in central city while it also established the Myer chain of departmental stores. The first new building got completed which faces Bourke Street in 1914 and the 8-storey structure was also named the Myer Emporium. The structure also incorporates parts of the previous buildings and it also resulted with a complex layout and with multiple mezzanine levels.

The Emporium Melbourne has got 224 tenancies and also across 7 of the building’s floors with eighth floor and contains only management offices with the major tenants include Din Tai Fung along with Topshop and Topman. The Muji, Superdry and Uniqlo with other key tenants include Coach, Furla and Brooks with Brothers, Michael Kors and Mulberry being the few others. The Emporium has expensive shops and is considered as one of the novelty shopping mall with many clothes shops thus making the people to buy the best of the clothing brands and get themselves with the best dressed attires.

The extension which got with the Melbourne Emporium and is described as “the final stage of the transformation of Myer Melbourne” by the company with approximately 30 food outlets and is located on Level 3 with most independent food outlets. The food court has got described by managers as an attempt with discerning customers and is also an inspiration for the luxury food courts in Asia.

The Emporium Melbourne has some great food outlets which gives the food lovers some great moments with authentic taste and flavour. The “Urban Kitchen” is one of those food outlet which is located on the lower ground level and the food served here is great which has always been given a great feed back by the customers. The lower ground level has also another centre called Surf Dive n Ski and one can really enjoy the experience at Emporium Melbourne with the dining and shopping as the customers are not always on a high in terms of numbers. The footfall is less which makes you feel at ease with shopping and dining.

The Emporium Melbourne has 225 stores which also provides a fusion in terms of fashion, culture along with food and art. The mix of Australian and International designers along with a very innovative concept and with some good flagship stores with a world class architecture completes the mall. The complex also links the Myer Melbourne departmental store and the David Jones through the pedestrian bridges and tunnels. The location to be precise is at 287, Lonsdale Street, Melbourne, VIC-3000 and opening hours across all days including weekends are 10 A.M. to 7 P.M. The mall has lift along with step-free access and also alternative access is provided for easy movement of people across all floors.

Location:- Melbourne City, Australia

Open Year:- 2014

Distances from Melbourne Emporium Shopping:-

Melbourne City : 0.28 KM

Sydney City : 878.2 KM

Brisbane City : 1667.2 KM

Adelaide City : 727.1 KM

Gold Coast City : 1709.4 KM

Perth City : 3406.7 KM