Millers - Marketplace Gungahlin
General hours today
9am - 5:30pm
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Opening hours
10AM - 4:00PM
10AM - 4:00PM
10AM - 4:00PM
10AM - 4:00PM
10AM - 4:00PM
10AM - 4:00PM
11AM - 2:00PM
Shop 17,
30 & 33 Hibberson St, Gungahlin,
ACT 2912

Millers’ prides itself on great value fashion and everyday wardrobe essentials for all women. The store provides friendly, knowledgable service, helping customers to look and feel their very best.

Their extensive range covers all your wardrobe needs, from seasonal fashion, key basics and weekend wear. The collection includes dresses, denim jeans, knitwear, pants, shirts, shorts, skirts, tops, jackets, pajamas, robes, slippers, swimwear, shoes and accessories. There is something for everyone.

Established in 1993, the Millers brand has grown to 380 stores across Australia and New Zealand and is the largest women’s retailer nationally. For the last 2 years Millers has been re-invigorating itself to re-connect with an ageless customer that appreciates value fashion. Millers’ designers travel the globe in search of the perfect mix of fashion and functionality that will appeal to a wide range of customers.

The Seeing Me Project
Mature women are under-represented in society, culture, fashion and advertising – some might say invisible, and Millers are working to change this through their Seeing Me Project. This is Millers’ long-term commitment to celebrate mature women and encourage the world to see women the way Millers do: women have raised families and supported them, they’ve given love and life…they’ve given everything. They’re stronger than they realise, wiser than they know and more loved than they could ever imagine. Women are amazing and they deserve to be seen and celebrated!

Millers struggled to find mature models for their advertising campaigns, so they took matters into their own hands and cast women themselves. They reached out to women via a Facebook competition and were blown away by the responses. Visit to meet the women who were selected and hear their stories.