Bang & Olufsen
33 Russell Street, Melbourne
Bang & Olufsen’s flagship Sensory Store showcases their range through unique and interactive displays, allowing visitors to feel immersed in a world of vision and sound.
The Bose approach to music systems is based on the belief that audio products exist to provide music for everyone, everywhere, and that music – not equipment – is the ultimate benefit.
164 Lygon Street, Carlton
Carlton Audio Visual is a family owned company that sells top-quality audio and visual equipment at competitive prices.
294-312 Bourke Street, Melbourne
Occupying two buildings on either side of the Bourke Street Mall, David Jones’ departments include ladies fashion, menswear, shoes and accessories, beauty, children’s wear and toys, homewares, stationery, books, small electrical and whitegoods.
Shop 2 398 Lonsdale Street, Melbourne
Jaben Audio is the first and ‘serious’ headphone store in Melbourne's CBD, specialising in headphones, earphones and headphone amplifiers.
55-59 A'beckett Street, Melbourne
Jaycar Electronics is a leading electronics retailer.
287-289 Elizabeth Street, Melbourne
The JB Hi-Fi store on Elizabeth Street specialises in CDs, gaming, DVDs and music.
You’ll find Apple ipads and accessories, batteries and memory cards, camera accessories and recordable media as well as CDs, vinyl records and music DVDs.
239-243 Elizabeth Street, Melbourne
JB Hi-Fi's Elzabeth Street Hardware store sells mobile phones, homephones, internet and mobile plans, Foxtel, iPhones and headphones.
JB Hi-Fi Group
206 Bourke Street
JB Hi-Fi's basement store on Bourke Street has all your entertainment needs covered, whether you’re interested in gaming, DVDs, music, computing or home theatre.
314-336 Bourke Street, Melbourne
Myer Melbourne is an iconic name in retail and is now the largest and most comprehensive department store in the southern hemisphere.
A number of departments are spread over each level of the new Bourke Street Mall.