Inside an abandoned mall littered with broken glass and mannequin parts – World News

The Brands on Sale shopping center in Campbelltown, Sydney has been closed for more than a decade and TikTok users are sneaking in to show what it looks like after sitting empty for so long

A still from a TikTok video showing an old escalator.
The $65 million mall has been deserted since 2010, when it closed about 12 months after opening

A £38million shopping center opened in Sydney in 2009 and closed just 12 months later.

The Brands on Sale mall in Campbelltown has since stood empty and has now become an area of ​​interest for TikToker.

The abandoned building is being explored by social media users, who are showing what the place looks like after being vacant for more than ten years.

TikToker and YouTuber @xistfilm was the last content creator to visit the site.

@xistfilm took viewers on an inside tour and offered a little insight into the rundown shops.

The video shows parts of the building in complete darkness.

While some areas are bathed in natural light, many areas of the mall lack any lighting, giving the place an eerie feel.

As the camera operator enters the building through a staircase, he uses a flashlight to illuminate the path that would otherwise not be visible.

Inside, the walls surrounding the mall are covered in graffiti and broken glass shards can be seen strewn across the floors.

The apocalyptic scene shows the railings of the first groceries gone, but most of the storefronts remain, though empty.

The video, shared on YouTube, even takes viewers a bit back in time as older products can be found in stores.







The Brands on Sale mall in Campbelltown has been abandoned since 2010
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On TikTok, the creator showed a preview of what the mall looks like now
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Exploring the building, the filmmaker spots Apple accessories compatible with the iPhone 3 and iPad 2 on the floor and comments, “Oh my god, these are old as hell.”

Clips appear to show the mall looking slightly spooky, but the creator says he doesn’t feel scared inside the empty building.

As he explores the area, he says, “To be honest, this place isn’t scary or scary at all because it’s so new.”

Further inside the building, the skylight is smashed and an elevator door is bent from its normal shape.

A number of objects lie on the floor, including the arm of a mannequin.

Although the building has been empty for so long, it has not yet been renovated.

However, last year it was reported that the site would eventually be demolished and replaced with 800 houses.

The Brands on Sale mall opened in 2009 and went bankrupt in 2010, despite many retailers operating on the site.

@xistfilm said on TikTok that they do not condone visiting abandoned places but have asked anyone who visits to respect the area.

Other TikTokers have visited the mall and as more videos are made, the building seems to be becoming more derelict.

One user commented on @xistfilm’s TikTok video: “Every time someone posts a video of this, it gets smashed more and more.”







The mall is partially lit by natural light in some areas
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TikTokers visiting the site could encourage others to explore it as well, raising awareness of the site.

But as thousands of people continue to watch the videos, there is clearly a lot of interest in seeing what abandoned buildings like The Brands on Sale mall look like from the inside.

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