Pacific Fair is a major shopping centre located in Broadbeach on the Gold Coast, Queensland, and was Queensland’s largest regional shopping centre until 2006. Its major stores include a 4 level Myer, Kmart, Target, Coles and Toys “Я” Us.
Daimaru operated in the centre before its Australian withdrawal, albeit briefly. It also has a 12 screen Birch Carroll and Coyle Cinema, a home and leisure centre and also a chrystal photography studio, regarded as one of the only chrystal photography studios in the southern hemisphere.
Pacific Fair is a major public transport interchange on the Gold Coast, serviced by Surfside Buslines. Nearby to Pacific Fair is Dracula’s Cabaret Restaurant, Jupiters Casino and Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre Pacific Fair fronts Little Tallebudgera Creek and is the southern end of the Surfers Riverwalk.
They are complemented by the sensational range of specialty stores, which include lifestyle, jewellery, souvenirs, Australian and International fashion, giftwares, household, fresh food, cafes, novelty, cosmetics and confectionary.
A major bus interchange which also caters for shuttle buses from major hotels is conveniently located adjacent to Pacific Fair. The centre has over 5,500 parking spaces available and is five minutes drive from Pacific Fair and is situated on Hooker Boulevard, Broadbeach. Finding your way to Pacific Fair couldn’t be easier.