Shop 195 Harbourside Shopping Centre, Darling Drive, Darling Harbour, NSW 2000
Also known as the ‘The Weekender’
Harbourside, Darling Harbour
There is no where in the world quite like Darling Harbour. From first light until the twinkling night sky, there is a buzz day and night. With its lapping water, steaks searing, glasses clinking, its stunning city skyline views and harbour breezes.
Harbourside Shopping Centre is at the core of Darling Harbour, located along the waters edge. Only a short walk from Sydney’s CBD with magnificent views across the city both day and night, Harbourside offers a unique dinning, leisure and shopping experience. Harbourside offers late-night shopping with our store open 10am – 9pm daily.
With a taxi rank at the front door, the light rail on its doorstep and, a marina for private boats and ferry services, in addition to the extensive car park facilities under the Novotel adjacent to the centre, Harbourside is easily accessible to everyone.
Our Between the Flags store at Harbourside has a modern feel with an open plan layout allowing an easy flow through the store. In-store you will find our apparel and accessories framed with beach wood décor and iconic beach accessories reflecting the Aussie Beach culture and laidback lifestyle.
How to get there
Located on the waters edge of Darling Harbour, only a short walk from Sydney's business district and with magnificent views of the city's skyline, Harbourside Shopping Centre offers a unique dining, leisure and shopping experience.
With a taxi rank at the front door, light rail, a marina for private boats and ferry services in addition to the extensive car park facilities under the Novotel adjacent to the centre, Harbourside Shopping Centre is easily accessible to everyone.
- For buses travelling through the CBD along Elizabeth, Castlereagh, George or York streets, alight at Market, Park, Druitt, Bathurst or Liverpool streets.
- If you walk down Market Street you will enter Darling Harbour close to Pyrmont Bridge, SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium and WILD LIFE Sydney Zoo and Cockle Bay Wharf.
- If you walk down Park and Druitt streets you will enter Darling Harbour close to Cockle Bay Wharf, the IMAX Theatre complex and Sydney Visitor Centre.
- The Bathurst Street entrance into Darling Harbour takes you to Darling Quarter, Tumbalong Park and Sydney Visitor Centre.
- The Liverpool Street entrance into Darling Harbour is adjacent to Darling Quarter, Tumbalong Park and the Chinese Garden of Friendship.
- Take the train to Town Hall Station and exit south into Bathurst Street. A short downhill walk on Bathurst Street will take you directly to Darling Quarter, Tumbalong Park and the Sydney Visitor Centre.
- Take the train to Central Station. Follow the signs to the South Concourse and UTS via the Devonshire Street Tunnel. Go west to George Street, cross beneath George Street, and take the Ultimo Pedestrian Network. Take The Goods Line to its northern end, at Macarthur Street. Turn right and cross Darling Drive onto Hay Street. Turn left into Darling Harbour where Hay Street meets Quay Street.
- Catch a ferry to Darling Harbour from Circular Quay and alight at Barangaroo Wharf, or Pyrmont Bay Wharf.
- If you alight at Barangaroo Wharf, you'll be close to SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium, WILD LIFE Sydney Zoo, Cockle Bay and King Street Wharf.
- If you alight at Pyrmont Bay Wharf, you'll be close to the Australian National Maritime Museum and Harbourside Shopping Centre.
Parking is available at Harbourside Car Park, open 24/7. It is located under the Novotel hotel, and linked by a covered footbridge to Harbourside Shopping Centre.
Harbourside Car Park Address
100 Murray Street, PYRMONT NSW 2009
Phone: 1800 PARKING (1800 727 5464)
There are a number of secure car parks conveniently located in and around Darling Harbour.
- Biking is a great option for those looking for a physical activity to take them where they need to go. And you’ll get to see some great Sydney sights along the way. There are a number of different routes and roads to choose to get to Darling Harbour, so check out a map and take a look to see if you can find a route that suits you best.
- There are 50 bicycle racks located at the ICC Sydney and 40 bicycle racks at Darling Quarter that are available for public use.
- Pyrmont Bridge is a shared path used by pedestrians and cyclists, providing a scenic gateway to Darling Harbour—from Sydney’s CBD to the east, and inner city to the west.
- On Pyrmont Bridge, as on all shared paths, cyclists are required to give way to pedestrians at all times, even if that means coming to a complete stop. The speed limit on the bridge for cyclists is 10km/h.
- Darling Drive is now also open as a shared path, allowing cyclists to access Darling Harbour, Darling Square, Pyrmont and Ultimo.