The world’s leading luxury travel retailer, DFS Group, will celebrate the opening of its newly renovated T Galleria by DFS in May.
Spanning more than 70,000 square feet, T Galleria by DFS, will combine more than 150 of the world’s most desirable luxury brands with an expertly curated selection of local products.
The store has occupied its historic red-brick George Street location in the heart of the historic precinct of The Rocks for 29 years. It is Sydney’s only downtown duty-free destination, just steps away from the famous Sydney Opera House and Harbour Bridge.
The refurbishment of T Galleria by DFS, Sydney began in August 2016, and with the doors already open, the store will celebrate its opening on April 14.
Customers will also discover an extensive selection of products across DFS’ five pillars of luxury: Fashion and Accessories, Beauty and Fragrances, Watches and Jewellery, Wines and Spirits, and Food and Gifts, with many items available exclusively at T Galleria by DFS, Sydney, such as the Michael Kors x DFS collection and Tiffany & Co.’s Keys.
With its double-height ceiling and black-and-white checkered flooring, Watch World on the third floor is the ultimate in retail elegance showcasing 57 luxury watch brands.
More than 20 of the world’s most prestigious and iconic sunglasses brands are also available on the third floor whilst beauty and fragrance lovers are well catered for on the fourth floor.
A tempting assortment of international and local food products, wine, spirits and gifts from more than 50 brands include Ovvio organic certified teas, Yalumba wine, Steens manuka honey, and delicious Tim Tam bites.
“At DFS, we pride ourselves on delighting and surprising our customers with beautiful products presented within luxurious and inviting environments,” DFS Group, president merchandising and consumer marketing, Sibylle Scherer says.
“The renovated T Galleria by DFS, Sydney brings a whole new retail experience to visitors exploring this beautiful city, offering them a unique duty-free shopping space in the heart of The Rocks area.”