Apple announces the opening of the first Apple Store in Australia. Apple’s first retail store in Australia will open on George Street in Sydney on Thursday, 19 June at 5:00 p.m.
Located in the heart of the city’s shopping district, the Apple Store Sydney features two floors dedicated to Macs and iPods and a third floor entirely dedicated to service, including the world’s largestGenius Bar for free advice and personal training through Apple’s popular One to One membership.
The Apple Store Sydney has more than 80 Macs and 60 iPods available for customers to experience hands-on, as well as an incredible range of third party products. The store’s knowledgeable staff includes more than 125 locally hired Specialists, Creatives and Geniuses who are ready to share their expertise and offer customers personalized instruction on everything from getting started with a Mac to building their own web page, creating a podcast or making a digitalmovie.
Nearly 350 million people have visited Apple retail stores since they opened in May 2001. Apple now operates 215 retail stores in six countries including Australia, the US, UK, Japan, Canada and Italy.
The Apple Store Sydney is located at 367 George Street, one block North of the Queen Victoria Building.
Via the Apple site.
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