Where can I buy an iPad in Australia?

If you didn't join the hundreds of other keen geeks in the queues around Australia this morning, you might be finding it a little difficult to get your hands on Apple's iPad.

Apple's iPad has been in high demand on its launch day in Australia

Apple's iPad has been in high demand on its launch day in Australia

Apple has finally launched its iPad tablet in Australia. Unfortunately, if you haven't pre-ordered an iPad and you didn't join the hundreds of keen geeks in the queues this morning at Apple's new Bondi Junction store (or another official Apple Store) you might find getting your hands on Apple's latest device a little difficult.

Though most Apple Stores still have a limited supply of iPads, your best bet is finding an authorised Apple reseller that sells the iPad. You can find out where the iPad is being sold using a handy search tool on Apple's Web site — simply enter your postcode and the site will bring up a list of the closest retail outlets that stock the device.

Authorised Apple resellers include selected JB Hi-Fi, David Jones, DSE, Myer, Next Byte, Domayne and Comp Now stores, but not every store will stock iPads, so it's best to do your research first. For example, the following stores are stocking iPads in the Sydney CBD and surrounding areas:

Powermedia Surry Hills
91 Reservoir St
Surry Hills NSW 2010

DJs Market Street
113 Castlereagh Street
SYDNEY NSW 2000

DSE George Street
413-421 George St
SYDNEY NSW 2000

JB HiFi Pitt St
The Galeries Victoria, RLG 23, 500 George Street
SYDNEY NSW 2000

JB HiFi Strand Arcade
Basement Strand Arcade, 412-414 George Street
SYDNEY NSW 2000

JB HiFi World Square
Lg Shop A9-42, World Square S/C
SYDNEY NSW 2000

Myer Sydney Central
436 George Street
SYDNEY NSW 2000

Next Byte Sydney CBD
66 Clarence Street
SYDNEY NSW 2000

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