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Dymocks Booksellers

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Tourist or not, maybe you need a Sydney Guide, a map or just a book to read in the airplane. In any case, you will look for a book store.

Dymocks Booksellers is the biggest and one of the oldest booksellers in Australia. There are many franchises established across the city, covering most suburbs.

Dymocks bookshop
©2006 Gabriel Ditu
I can not recommend them as being the cheapest, but they will offer you in general a bigger range than other bookstores.

If you look for a book other than in English, I think the chances are very slim. Even a translation in English of a foreign writer is difficult to find, unless an American movie was made after that book recently.

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How to get there
A five minute walk from Town Hall Station. See map.

Contact details:
424 George St
Sydney NSW 2000
(between King & Market Streets) See map.
Ph: 02 9235 0155
Web site: Dymocks Booksellers

Hours of Operation:
Open seven days a week. For certain public holidays is possible to be closed. Check online.
01 Octomber
1880 - The Melbourne International Exhibition was opened at the Royal Exhibition Building in Carlton.

1981 - The National Bank of Australasia and the Commercial Bank of Australasia merged to form the National Australia Bank.
Australian slang
  • dero homeless person, vagabond
  • bloody very
  • joey baby kangaroo
  • damper bread made from flour and water
  • boofhead stupid person
  • fossick search
  • no worries no problems
  • coo-ee exclamation used to attract attention when lost in the bush
  • coldie a beer
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