Brisbane Shopping

Brisbane Shopping

Queen Street Mall

This is Brisbane’s main shopping precinct, with over 500 shops and several arcades. The Mall offers numerous dining options to suit all tastes, as well as having lots of impromptu entertainment, displays and music in the mall. There is always plenty to see and do in this area of Brisbane. Queen Street Mall, CBD.


The Myer Centre
At the very centre of Queen Street Mall with over 180 stores and on the top floor a cinema complex. (07 3223 6900).


Queens Plaza
An upmarket shopping centre with high fashion stores spread over three levels and a large David Jones store. (07 3234 3900).


Brisbane Arcade
If you are looking for local designers and trendy labels this is a good arcade to stroll through in the CBD. 160 Queen Street Mall (07 3221 5977).


Brunswick Street Mall
An alternative shopping area with a bit of an edge. Fortitude Valley, Brisbane.


Broadway on the Mall
This arcade has a lot of everything over two levels, there are some good affordable fashions to be found here. Queen Street, City (07 3229 5233).


Paddington is a beautiful, historic suburb just west of Brisbane. It has quaint little shop fronts offering an array of shopping, from arts and crafts to specialty shopping. There are plenty of good cafes and places to be pampered. Given Terrace, Paddington


Paddington Antique Centre
If you are looking to browse through or purchase antiques this is the place to see. There are 50 antique dealers here offering everything that is old, from knick knacks to furniture. 167 Latrobe Terrace, Paddington


DFO Factory Outlet
This is a bargain hunters paradise, with over 120 brand name stores offering up to 70% of retail prices. There are a couple of food courts as well so you can rest in between shopping splurges. Located at the Brisbane Airport turn off. 1 Airport Drive, Brisbane Airport (07 3305 9250).


MacArthur Central
This is a new shopping precinct offering a variety of shopping including fashion, gifts, lifestyle, books and much more. Between Queen and Elizabeth Streets, CBD (07 3007 2300).


Queen Adelaide Building
One of the oldest Brisbane buildings with a number of sports stores.


South Bank
South Bank is an emerging shopping area with mix of shops and restaurants.


Tattersall’s Arcade
The fine features resemble its early history as an exclusive Racing Club and now has a number of fashion boutiques. (07 3331 8889).


Chinatown, adjacent to Brunswick Street Station, offers some of the best food value in Brisbane. There is a market area here where fresh produce may be purchased, and there are also plenty of small Chinese restaurants. They are mainly small family operated businesses which provide tasty fare at reasonable prices, and where many of the customers are themselves Chinese. These restaurants stay open well into the evening.


The Valley
Fortitude Valley is Brisbane’s trendy, funky shopping precinct. It has a bit of everything and a lot of one offs and up to date labels. You can shop for everything here, fashion, accessories, homewares and much more. There are also plenty of cafes and eateries to revive yourself after pounding the pavements. Ann and Brunswick Streets, Fortitude Valley.


This shopping complex located in the CBD offers upmarket shopping, with jewellery shopping and local fashion designers displaying their designs. 171-209 Queen Street, (07 3229 9755).


Brookside Shopping Centre

Brookside has 120 stores with a Myer, Target, Woolworths and Supa IGA.
159 Osbourne Road, Mitchelton (07 3355 5211).


Major and specialty stores
Corner Redland Bay Road and Mount Cotton Road, Capalaba (07 3390 2033).



Major retailers that include David Jones, Myer, Target, Big W, Best and Less and Woolworths.
1151 Creek Road, Carindale (07 3120 5401).


Centro Toombul

Centro Toombul has a David Jones, Kmart, Coles, Aldi and Best & Less as well as more than 180 specialty stores.
1015 Sandgate Road, Toombul (07 3266 7122).



The first shopping centre in Australia that opened in May 1957 20 minutes north of the CBD with around 400 shops and cinemas.
Corner Gympie and Hamilton Roads, Chermside (07 3117 5300).


Garden City-Westfield

Retailers with Big W, David Jones, Kmart, Officeworks, Toys R Us and Woolworths.
Corner Logan and Kessells Road, Upper Mount Gravatt (07 3349 7744).


Indooroopilly shopping Centre

Major and specialty store with all the main chain stores that includes Kmart, Myer, Target, Woolworths, Best & Less and Harvey Norman.
322 Mogill Road, Indooroopilly (07 3378 4022)


North Lakes-Westfield

Retailers that include Myer, Aldi, Target and Best & Less.
Lot 101 North Lakes Drive, Mango hill (07 3491 9072).



Aldi, Best & Less, Big W, Woolworths and Action (IGA) and others.
295 Gympie Road, Strathpine (07 3205 4499).


Toowong Village

Major retailers like Coles, Kmart and David Jones as well as a variety of specialty stores.
9 Sherwood Road, Toowoong (07 3870 7177)

Date posted: 22nd November, 2017

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