Shopping in Queenstown: 9 Best Places for Shopping in Queenstown

Queenstown is home to a number of fashion boutiques, retail stores and shopping gems. This cosmopolitan resort town has plenty to offer shopaholics and budget-conscious buyers alike. From high-end branded stores to quirky boutiques and roadside stalls, the city caters to different shopping needs. 
Queenstown and Arrowtown have several excellent art galleries and craft workshops that are open to the public. Paintings, drawings, contemporary sculpture, watercolours and photography are all on display in various public galleries. Here is your guide to the best shopping centres in Queenstown:

9 Best Shopping Centres in Queenstown

1. The Remarkables Park Town Centre

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Located on the main bus route within walking distance of the Queenstown Airport, Frankton Beach and the Events Centre, The Remarkables Centre is one of the most popular shopping places in Queenstown. The shopping centre is open to the public seven days a week, from 9 am to 6 pm. A huge range of products are available under one roof. From clothes to home decor items, makeup and fashion accessories, you can find everything here. H&J Smith, Mooch, Hannah's, Wild South and Spotlight are some of the popular stores present here.
Address: Suite 305, Building 7, Remarkables Park Town Centre, Hawthorne Drive, Frankton, Queenstown 9300, New Zealand.

2. Queenstown Central Shopping Centre

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Located near Queenstown Airport at the centre of Frankton, the Queenstown Central Shopping Centre has over 40 stores. Shop from a variety of eateries on Foodies Lane like deli meat, on-site brewed coffee, organic produce and Asian pantry staples. The main Central Street has homeware, adventure and fashion stores. With free parking facilities available for three hours, there is plenty of time to see items and shop. It is open seven days a week.
Address: 19 Grant Road, Frankton, Queenstown, 9300, New Zealand.

3. Creative Queenstown Arts & Crafts Market

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Set up every Saturday morning in Earnslaw Park, it is a popular hub for buying local handmade goods. Temporary stalls are set up with live music and other shows lined up for the entire morning. People can sit on the benches in the lawn and enjoy the lovely outdoor location or grab a bite from the food and beverage counters. You will find a lot of unique and quirky items for sale like handmade jewellery, handmade gift cards, ceramic paintings, coins and vintage photographs. 
Address: Beach Street, Earnslaw Park, Queenstown, 9300, New Zealand.

4. Queenstown Mall

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Shopping malls are especially convenient when it comes to buying different items. The Queenstown Mall is an open-air complex with different kinds of stores, bars and restaurants lined up on both the sides of the street. The mall remains open from 10 am to 9 pm. You can find different stores including designer boutiques, souvenir shops, restaurants and international clothing labels. The restaurants and bars here are decent enough for you to come with your family for lunch or dinner. The mall has a beautiful location where you can enjoy spectacular views of the surrounding valleys and mountains. Locally known as 'The Mall', popular brands like Country Road, Bendon and Witchery have their stores here. 
Address: Mall Street, Queenstown, 9300, New Zealand.

5. Shotover Street

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Just ten minutes away from Queenstown, it is the perfect place to be for gardening lovers. You will find many shops selling an impressive range of modern and indigenous plants, saplings, seeds and flowers. Garden equipment is also available so that you take good care of your plant pets. The gardening experts on-site help you pick the best items from the shops and answer all queries you might have related to different flora.
Address: 150 Frankton-Ladies Mile Highway, Queenstown, New Zealand.

6. Arrowtown Village

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Arrowtown is located 20 minutes away from Queenstown. A delightful and historic gold rush village nestled below the beautiful peaks that surround the pristine Arrow River, it's gold rush era construction makes it a special shopping destination. You will find stores of fine wool, local arts, fashion and delicious food. If you are a wine aficionado, the Arrowtown wine store is the place for you. With its wide range of locally produced wine and wine from around the world, it is bound to impress you. You can buy craft beer and ales from the stores too.
Address: 21 Ramshaw Lane, Arrowtown, New Zealand.

7. Aotea Gifts

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At Aotea Gifts, you can find everything from fashion, skincare and health products, to gifts and trinkets. Situated in a central place just opposite Earnslaw Park, its Queenstown store is one of the largest ones. Their aim is to provide every traveller with tangible memories from their trip to New Zealand that they can keep with themselves forever. With multilingual language support, they try to render the best service to make your shopping experience easy. Their products are also available at online shopping platforms so you can buy more products from your home country as well.
Address: 87 Beach St, Central Queenstown, 9300, New Zealand.

8. O' Connells Shopping Centre

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O' Connells is a local shopping mall situated in the centre of Queenstown. The shopping mall has various stores ranging from clothing, sportswear, gifts, shoes, homewares, handbags, electronics, etc. You will find the iconic sportswear label - Canterbury of New Zealand at the mall, and also the more budget-friendly fashion brand Alta. Stores like Yaks and Yetis which is famous for clothing, gift items and homewares, are also there. The lower floor has the food court with different food outlets like McDonald's etc. 
Address: Corner Camp and Beach Streets, Queenstown 9348, New Zealand.

9. Beach Street

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Situated close by Shotover Street, the Beach Street is another shopping gem. A major part of the culture of Queenstown's Shopping Walking Trail, the street is queued with outlets like Patagonia Chocolate Cafe and other sweet venues. The other prominent stores are Macpac and Global Culture. Macpac is best known for camping and travel equipment while Global Culture is famous for Kiwiana clothing like merino beanies and scarves. 
Address: Fitzroy, New Plymouth 4312, New Zealand.
Queenstown is a great hub for shopping local and luxury brands. There are a lot of shopping avenues like malls, street shops and art galleries, so do not just stick to one.

This post was published by Vidushi Nigam

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