1. Mag Nation
|I want them all! - Mag Nation|
Crossing busy King st (it may take a while) appears the dusty, but brightly coloured, C's Flash Back. Boasting a wide range of second hand pieces, from fancy dress to jeans, shoes and cossies, all at reasonable prices, C's Flash Back is a must for any guy or gal wanting some purely unique items. The shop assistant enjoys a good chat too.
|The sign needs a clean - C's Flash Back|
|So many clothes! - C's Flashback|
Worked up an appetite? No wonder, you've just spent the best part of the morning rifling through some of Newtowns best (and well priced) produce. Time to stop for a big, burning, budget burrito. This chain fast food store beats its competitors with Guerreros and Chipotles to fire up your morning. Prepare your mouth for a spicy storm and hearty feed at >$15.
With chilli resonating on your palette, the silence and smell of worn books will soon quell the burn. Stock standard fiction and non fiction line the walls, along with the best from art, music.
|Healthy and happy with a Burrito - Guzman Y Gomez|
Whether its your stock standard fiction or your fancy arts, history, science, or kids books, this bookstore has it all. And its so cheap. There is, however, no cataloguing system, so you're pretty much on your own when finding a specific book. Nevertheless, casual book browsing is at its optimum here. Time wasting guaranteed.
|Grab a copy of The Virgin Suicides - Elizabeth's Bookshop|
You're probably craving something for your sweet tooth by now, maybe a custard tart or apple turnover? Grab one (or two if you're feeling indulgent) from the display shelf, as well as a freshly baked and warm loaf of bread. Much better than that supermarket crap and the perfect way to end your stroll, belly full and tastebuds satisfied.