Boxing Day Sales in Hobart 2016

Information verified correct on October 26th, 2016

The Boxing Day sales in Hobart this year are sure to be big. Savvy shoppers: know what’s happening and when to make the most of these once-in-a-year price cuts.

Boxing Day sales are as much of a tradition as the Sydney to Hobart race. This year, shoppers in Hobart won’t be disappointed. Retailers are already getting prepared to slash prices across a wide range of products. Read through this guide to see the kind of shopping possibilities available. Use the sales wisely, and you could bag yourself the bargain of the year.

Where to shop the Boxing Day sales in Hobart

Whether it’s clothes, sportswear or electronics you’re after, Hobart’s range of shopping centres are sure to suit just about anyone’s needs (and wants!).

Can't wait? Check out these online sales now.

Centrepoint Hobart

With a range of over 35 specialty stores, underground parking, and an abundance of cafes and restaurants to keep your energy up, Centrepoint Hobart is one of Hobart’s premier shopping destinations.

Trading hours:  TBA.


Eastlands is Tasmania’s largest shopping centre, holding over 100 stores, and nearly 1,500 parking spaces. Shoppers can pick from giant retailers and department stores to smaller more specialised retailers.

Trading hours:  9am–5pm

One City Centre

One City Centre is in the heart of Hobart, and comprises of a myriad of lanes, arcades, and pedestrian walkways flanked on all sides by any kind of retailer imaginable.

Trading hours:  Most stores will stay open for Boxing Day but will likely keep different trading hours. Check with each store individually.

Northgate Shopping Centre

Northgate Shopping Centre welcomes shoppers with four hours of free parking, childcare facilities and over 70 retail stores.

Trading hours:  9am–5pm

Shopping online

The popularity of online shopping has exploded in recent years as more and more stores offer a convenient and user-friendly online shopping experience for their customers. Staying at home to browse on Boxing Day can seem like a pretty tempting option. Online shoppers miss the crowds, and might even benefit from early-bird sales.

Here are some of our best deals & sales - available now:

Rates last updated October 26th, 2016
Store Discount
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Dick Smith Electronics Hottest deals under $20
Microsoft - Deals Save up to $150 on Xbox One consoles
Princess Polly Up to 70% off sale
Deals Direct Save up to 80% off in the Boxing Day Sale
StrawberryNET Get up to 85% off beauty products
Big W 2-Days Only Boxing Day Sale: Up to 60% off
Kathmandu Big Boxing Day Sale
Kogan Boxing Day Sale up to 31% off TVs & More
I Want That Flight Jetstar Boxing Day Sale: Domestic Flights from $29
Microsoft Store Xbox One Refurbished now from just $299
Microsoft Store Save up to $249 on Xbox One bundles

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Hottest deals under $20

From mobile accessories and replacement cables to tools, batteries and games, you can still pick up awesome deals at Dick Smith with a $20 budget.

Save up to $150 on Xbox One consoles

Up to 70% off sale

Get up to 70% off at the Princess Polly Boxing Day sale. Sale is still running but get in quick before the best pieces sell out.

Get up to 85% off beauty products

Big Boxing Day Sale

Discounts on items across the store.

Boxing Day Sale up to 31% off TVs & More

Jetstar Boxing Day Sale: Domestic Flights from $29

Xbox One Refurbished now from just $299

Save up to $249 on Xbox One bundles


Tips & FAQs

What can you hope to buy on Boxing Day?

After the busy Christmas season, many people take the opportunity to get something special for themselves, or get the yearly investments out of the way. You can save money by buying big ticket items at heavily discounted prices, such as a work wardrobe, a new computer or electrical ware.

How to get the most out of Boxing Day sales

    • Pick your focus. Do you need clothes, homewares, or electronics? Make a note of the stores you plan on visiting based on the kind of products you will be shopping for. If you need a bit of everything, think about hitting the department stores first.
    • Do your research to find the best sales. Many stores (particularly online) start their Boxing Day sales early, and many others will continue the sale period for a few days after. Research the stores you want to visit and find out their sale dates and trading hours.
    • Make a budget. Decide how much money you want to spend during the sales and stick to it.
    • Keep up your energy levels. Get a good sleep the night before and don’t forget to stop for breaks. Grab a coffee or a sandwich in between stores to refresh and take stock of your progress. Don’t forget to pack a bottle of water!

Alex Bruce-Smith

Alex Bruce-Smith is a publisher at, taking care of shopping & travel. She funds her addiction to online shopping by hunting coupon codes like a pro, and can usually be found waiting anxiously for a package to arrive. #notevensorry

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