Dan Murphy’s liquor stores and bottle shops are one of the most popular and iconic retailers in Australia. There are over 200 stores around the country, predominantly in the major Capital cities of Sydney, Melbourne, Canberra, Adelaide, Perth, Hobart, Darwind and Brisbane. There are also many in the regional areas and outer suburbs of all major capital cities. The business was founded by Dan Murphy in 1952 in Chapel Street in Prahran, Melbourne, Victoria.
Dan Murphy Opening Hours
As with many liquor stores, the opening hour range from location to location. The best place to find out the hours of the closest Dan Murphy near you is to visit their website: http://danmurphys.com.au. Then simply search for the nearest store to you using their postcode or suburb search. It’s very easy to use, and you can visit the store page you are looking for. i.e if you are near Norwood in South Australia, the opening hours are shown on the right hand side of the map. Normally stores are open between 9am and 9pm, except Sundays where they are open between 10am and 3pm. Below you can see the example of the Norwood store as shown on their shop page:
Opening hours this week
12th – 18th December
Opening hours next week
19th – 25th December
Dan Murphy Specials
The retailers is also know for their specials, particularly in the major holiday periods such as Easter and Christmas. There are normally specials on beer, wine and champagne, and also spirits. You can visit the nearest Dan Murphy’s to you, and ask the staff, but normally the quickest way is to visit their “This Weeks Offers’ section of their website. There is normally a scrolling banner of the current specials including gift cards, member offers, individual brands, and stock take sales and clearance on all liquor. You can get some amazing deals at one of Australia’s largest liquor store chains.
Dan Murphy Locations
There are over 200 stores Australia wide in all major capital cities of Australia. There are currently 66 in Victoria, 62 in New South Wales, 48 and Queensland, 19 in Western Australia, 16 in South Australia, 3 in the ACT, and 1 in Tasmania.