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  • Address: Myer Melbourne, 314-336 Bourke Street, Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia
  • Timings: 09:00 am - 07:00 pm Details
  • Phone: +61-396611111
  • Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Mall, Shopping Center, Family And Kids, Specialty Shop

About Myer, Melbourne

Myer is one of the oldest department stores in Melbourne that attracts the visitors with its new structure behind the white original 1930s facade. Located in bustling Bourke Street Mall, this place is perfect to shop the best local and international brands and designers. However, there is more to this mall than just shopping there is heritage-listed Mural Hall that calls up for a must visit. Representative of the old and new self of Melbourne city, a visit to this departmental store is a must if you want to explore the shopping scene of the city. 

Myer Information

  • This place is disabled friendly.

Myer Ticket Prices

  • Entry is free.

How To reach Myer by Public Transport

  • By Train: Richmond Train station

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Things to Know Before Visiting Myer

  • 4.7% of people who visit Melbourne include Myer in their plan

  • 41.4% of people start their Myer visit around 12 PM - 1 PM

  • People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Myer

Tuesday, Wednesday and Saturday

90.6% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Myer

People normally club together Michaels World-famous Camera Museum and Melbourne Town Hall while planning their visit to Myer.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures

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Myer, Melbourne Reviews

  • Very popular with mothers and their older daughters. I saw many of them in there on Sunday having a great time. They were being well looked after by the staff as well. I was looking after my two year old nephew whilst my family had a look for clothes. He was well behaved and the staff were very nice to us. Not my kind of clothes, I prefer Just Jeans and target and all that but I do admit the clothes people were trying on did look nice.

  • I think Myer died in the early 90s. There is no value proposition anymore. There is no customer service and they have very limited stock at very high prices. Myer used to be the go to department store and you were guaranteed good pricing, friendly staff, helpful service. None of these are now available. The city store is a great centre - it just shouldn't be a Myer. If they converted it to a series of independent stores it would be a much better use of space. I am not sure how Myer becomes relevant again - as they just have very little to offer customers.

  • So happy they have kept some of the old look and blended it with a modern look. Sales, very helpful. Specially recommend if you are not sure about what you need due to the great selection of clothes.

  • Very good overall service. They could do with more staff on the floor, but this is not the fault of the staff who are employed there. They do their very best to help you; it's just that management don't provide enough staff for busy periods.

  • Fantastic place to buy almost anything. Specialty on sales season you will find attractive price for great quality brands. The loyalty card will help you to get discounts. Specially recommend if you are not sure about what you need due to the great selection of clothes. Don't doubt on step in if you are around shopping.

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