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Dec 6, 2016 | Reading Time: 3 minutes

Elizabeth City Centre is a convenient and fun destination to do your Christmas shopping. The centre is home to a combination of major retailers and independent stores – which means you’ll find gifts for all the people on your list, even the “hard to buy for”. She Shopped founder, Lucy Cornes, went in search of presents for people who are traditioanlly tricky to buy for – you know your man, tweens and even your pet dog! Watch the video to shop along with her – big thanks to Katies for dressing Lucy, we love the shirt in a nautical stripe.

When it comes to Christmas gifting, the tween age-group is pretty much the hardest group to buy for. That’s why Lucy headed to Zing Pop Culture, if it’s at Zing, you know it’s cool. Zing is home to all the hottest products and international best sellers – including toys and gadgets, collectibles, things for the home and clothing.  Next stop – shopping for your man. If yours fancies himself as a MacGyver type, you have to get along to Aussie Disposals. Where else would you find a giant sized canvas camp chair?


If you are into ‘one-stop’ shopping, head to Ishka. This store is so gorgeous, you could almost shop for everyone in your whole family – there’s furniture, homewares, clothing and jewellery and it is all stunning. What we love most about Ishka is that you’ll find some really unique gift ideas. When it comes to KK gifting, Home Value is perfect. They’ve got lots and lots of options around the $10, $20 and $30 mark, so men women and kids are all covered at Home Value.


Of course if they are in the way to hard basket, you can’t go past a gift voucher – there’s Chi for a massage, SILK Laser Clinics, Laser Clinics Australia and Reading Cinema all good options.


Shopping for all the hard to buy for people is made easy at Elizabeth City Centre – but it’s not only a great destination for gifting. You’ll find major retailers like Woolworths, Coles, Harris Scarfe, Target, Big W and Chemist Warehouse, plus the convenience of specialty stores like BWS, Market Lane Meats, Bakers Delight, Elizabeth Market Fresh and Charlesworth Nuts.


There’s also plenty of fun to be had at the centre with a Reading Cinemas that has $10 movie tickets every day of the week and delicious dining options including Schnithouse, Caffee Acqua and Red Chilli.


The Wrap Up

Elizabeth City Centre – for Christmas gifting and festive food shopping.

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