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All reviews under one roof great shopping big mall one stop shopping international brands huge warehouse coffee club outdoor clothing plenty of car parks shops selling easy trip shopping experience rainy day new zealand cafes and restaurants queen street cinema
I admit we haven't been this kind of restaurant much. Maybe the old style ones you see in the States where expect to get big crispy tacos, burritos and refried beans. Hearty food! What you get here does not fit that image. Nice location, nice...More
We thought we'd take our family including 2 preschoolers out for an early Saturday lunch.
What a disaster. First we sat in the coffee club and were ignored. So we moved on to birdies who warned us that we would have along wait because they...More
Sylvia Park offers many international brands. There are lovely restaurants and a food court with an average variety of choices. Parking is free. If you wanted a good shopping spree Sylvia Park would suffice. Not comparable to bigger city shopping such as London, New York,...More
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Very easy. Have done it by train many times. The train station is adjacent to the shopping centre and called Sylvia Park. I don't know which direction you will be coming from, but if you look at the website at.govt.nz you... More
Very easy. Have done it by train many times. The train station is adjacent to the shopping centre and called Sylvia Park. I don't know which direction you will be coming from, but if you look at the website at.govt.nz you can find a journey planner.
Yes you can get a bus from the city but suggest you get a train instead from Britamart (in the city at the end of Queen street at the sea end) as there is a train station at the shopping centre. Would be about 20 min max.