Off Ya Tree
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Off Ya Tree
Off Ya Tree is an alternative fashion store, full of unique items, accessories and beauty products that push the boundaries and look like nothing else out there on the market. They also carry jewellery, do body piercings and have a tattoo studio in the store. Mon - Fri: 9am - 6pm Sat: 9am - 5pm Sun: 9am - 3pm
- Address: Shop 16, Anthonys Plaza, 38 Smith St, Darwin
- Phone: +61 8 8942 3539
- More Info: www.offyatree.com.au
- Address: Mon–Fri 9am–6pm, Sat 9am–5pm, Sun 9am–pm
- More Info: www.facebook.com/offyatree
The Smith Street pedestrian precinct is a more relaxing retail environment with fountains, outdoor cafes, bookshops, shoe shops and tourist stores. Unique local specialty buys include the rare pink diamonds from the Argyle Diamond mine at Creative Jewellers, south sea pearls from Paspaley Pearls and crocodile fashion accessories (locally farmed) from di Croco.
The Didgeridoo Hut
This aboriginal-owned and run shop, workshop and art gallery is about half an hour by car down the Arnhem Highway from Darwin. Exquisite examples of this fascinating handmade aboriginal instrument are for sale, and can be seen in the production process. There is also authentic aboriginal artwork on display, making great souvenirs and gifts.
If you want to go shopping in Darwin, the Casuarina Shopping Mall is a safe bet as the largest shopping centre in the Northern Territory, with over 180 businesses, supermarkets, department stores and a cinema. It is a major weekend gathering point for shopping and eating.
Mitchell Street offers mainly tour agencies, cafes, bars, Internet cafes, aboriginal art and a few other miscellaneous shops. There is also the air-conditioned Mitchell Street Shopping Mall with stores selling jewellery, mobile phones, clothes, photographic equipment and toys, along with Cole’s 24 hour supermarket.
Located in the Casuarina Square shopping centre, this famous surf brand is a must if you ever visit this wonderful part of the country. Come to Rip Curl to buy a new surfing board and gear and take to the waves, or get that effortless and cool beach look.
Sportsgirl is a young, trendy store that can be found throughout the whole country. To all fashionistas, this is the place to go for clothes, accessories, shoes and much more. Their location in Darwin can be found at Casuarina Square.
This fashion chain is, like Sportsgirl, another well-known brand in Australia. Cotton On was born in 1991 and offers a wide range of cool fashion clothing and accessories for women, men and children.
The N.T. General Store
A few minutes’ walk from Smith Street is The N.T. General Store on Cavenagh Street. This huge store is the best place to buy all your camping, hiking and other outdoor necessities for exploring the harsh Australian outback.
The centrally located Mitchell Centre mall offers a good range of shopping options, including shops for health and beauty items, fashion and accessories, electronics and gifts, and more. It also houses numerous restaurants, cafes and ice cream parlours.
Off Ya Tree
Off Ya Tree is an alternative fashion store, full of unique items, accessories and beauty products that push the boundaries and look like nothing else out there on the market. They also carry jewellery, do body piercings and have a tattoo studio in the store. Mon - Fri: 9am - 6pm Sat: 9am - 5pm…
The Bookshop Darwin
The largest independent new book store in Northern Territory, The Bookshop Darwin is only a short walk from many other shops and cafes, as well as the state library. Friendly and knowledgeable staff will help you pick a book on the history of the wild Top End, the latest page-turner or a beautiful coffee table…