• Brisbane - Shopping

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The Queen Street Mall

The Queen Street Mall

The Queen Street Mall is a pedestrian mall and Queensland’s premiere shopping destination with over 700 shops doing business seven days a week. Here you will find independent designers as well as a plethora of cafés abound. The mall extends approximately 500 metres from George Street to Edward Street. The assortment of logos and brands available in this stretch between Edward Street and George Street is mind-boggling.
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Queens Plaza

Queens Plaza is where a host of home-grown talents such as Herringbone of Sydney and Alannah Hill take pride of place. Take a short stroll and you’ll also find the likes of Max Mara, Vuitton, and Tiffany & Co, proving that Brisbane isn’t too small for the big names.
Bora Boutique

Bora Boutique

You may also want to take a peek in the boutique of local designer Bora, whose creation graced the body of Miss Universe in 2004. You will find this store inside the Brisbane Arcade.
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Local Designers

If you leave the Queen Street Mall and head down Edward Street towards the river, you’ll find more Australian designers and if you continue up Elizabeth Street, you’ll find many of the up-and-coming.
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Fortitude Valley

Beyond the CBD, it’s worth taking a look at Ann Street and James Street in Fortitude Valley where you’ll find a mixture of boho chic and ultra-trendy style. Come back at the weekend and you’ll find the Valley Markets: fashion on Brunswick Street where you can buy one-off items and flowers and fresh produce on James Street.
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South Bank Lifestyle Markets

This is one of Brisbane’s largest and most comprehensive markets. At the South Bank Lifestyle Markets, you’ll find everything from local crafts to unique artworks at the weekend.
Farmers Markets

Farmers Markets

Every second and fourth Sunday at the Powerhouse in New Farm, check out the Farmers Markets where you can pick up Queensland’s finest pineapples and mangos, freshly caught seafood or just-picked vegetables. The farmers bring their goods to the markets literally on the back of their trucks. Open from dawn till around lunchtime but, for the best experience, be early to get the best produce and avoid the heat.
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Brookside Shopping Centre

Brookside Shopping Centre is located less than ten kilometres north-west of the Brisbane CBD. It opened in 1971 as one of the first major shopping centres in Brisbane's northern suburbs. Stores you will find here are Bras 'N' Things, Millers, Zelows, Ruby & Tiffany and Bellrose Jewellers.
Universal Store

Universal Store

At Universal Store you will find the latest in youth street and casual fashion. They supply the latest in men´s and women´s fashion from leading fashion brands such as Adidas, Diesel, Lacoste, Lee, Timex, Timberland and Happy Socks.
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Wooloongabba Antique Centre

Woolloongabba Antique Centre stocks a great range of unique homewares. They also have jewellery, potteries and ceramics and a vast selection of vintage clothing from the twenties to the nineties.
Le Creuset

Le Creuset

Le Creuset is internationally recognised for its quality range of cookware, multi-ply stainless steel, bakeware, textiles and professional kitchen tools as well for its outstanding range of wine accessories.
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The Vintage Watch Co.

This store is located in Brisbane Arcade and stocks a wide selection of new, modern and vintage watches and watch accessories. They have many big brands such as Rolex, Breitling, Omega, Cartier, IWC, Patek Phillipe, Panerai and Tag Heuer.
LouenHide

LouenHide

LouenHide is a leading handbag, fashion and accessory brand, having both an online shop and a physical store located in Paddington. They specialises in handbags, manufacturing pieces that are perfect for all occasions.
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The Myer Centre

This shopping complex lies at the very heart of the bustling Queen Street Mall. They have 180 stores that covers everything from womens- and menswear, kids fashion shoes, electronics and sport items. There is also a cinema, cafés and restaurants here.
Avid Reader Bookshop & Cafe

Avid Reader Bookshop & Cafe

This bookshop is a favourite among locals and visitors alike and houses an array of books, CDs and DVDs. There is also a mini café here where you can sip a cup of coffee while reading a book. Alos provides a children’s corner.
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