Where to Shop in Brisbane City
Whether you're after designer clothing, jewellery, or a gift for someone special, Brisbane City is the place to go. The majority of Brisbane City shopping is centred around Queen Street Mall in the CBD. Brisbane also has a number of shopping centres in the suburbs directly surrounding the city.
Brisbane City Shopping Centres
- Myer Centre – 91
Queen Street, Brisbane City
The biggest Myer store in Queensland, a Cinema complex, Coles Express, Target, and more than 180 specialty stores.
- Queen Adelaide Building – 90-112 Queen Street, Brisbane City
Opposite the Myer Centre, housing Sportsgirl, Adidas, Rebel Sport, Amart All Sports.
- Brisbane Arcade – 160 Queen Street, Brisbane City
A gorgeous arcade build in 1923, and home to designer fashion and jewellery, as well as antiques, gift stores and cute cafes.
- Broadway on the Mall – 170 Queen Street, Brisbane City
Four levels of shopping including Harvey Norman, Cotton On and Just Jeans.
- Wintergarden – 171-209 Queen Street, Brisbane City
Home to R.M. Williams, Wayne Cooper and Georg Jensen as well as Pure Indulgence Skin & Beauty.
- Tattersall’s Arcade – 215 Queen Street, Brisbane City
An old racing club first opened in 1926, it’s now home to a number of specialty boutiques and fashion stores including Marcs and Hunt Leather.
- QueensPlaza – 226 Queen Street, Brisbane City
Many of Brisbane’s prestigious stores reside here, including David Jones, Tiffany & Co, Louis Vuitton, Alannah Hill, Mimco, and Max Mara, as well as Coles.
- MacArthur Central – 259 Queen Street, Brisbane City
Oroton, Polo Ralph Lauren, L’Occitane, as well as mainstays Woolworths Supermarket, Big W and JB Hi-Fi.
Each shopping centre has different opening hours (including late night shopping), - check their websites for details.
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