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Top shopping recommendations from locals

Performing Arts Venue
“There are so many great shopping experienced here. Wonderful cafes, restaurants and entertainment. ”
  • 73 locals recommend
Shopping Mall
“The Myer Centre is located in the heart of Brisbane's CBD fronting the highly successful Queen Street Mall. Home to Myer, Target, Event Cinemas, Coles Central and Lincraft and more than 170 specialty stores, The Myer Centre Brisbane is located above an underground bus interchange, which is Brisbane's busiest transport hub.”
  • 21 locals recommend
Bookstore
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“A great locally owned bookshop for a book lover. there is a good kids bookshop (by the same owner) a few doors down called Where the Wild Things are. 15 minute walk.”
  • 25 locals recommend
Shopping Mall
“If you want a more classy cinema experience Event Cinema is great as it's close by and has different cinema experiences including normal, Vmax, 3D and Gold Class. Sometimes they have special preview events but you'd need to check for when you are here.”
  • 4 locals recommend
Shopping Mall
“It is another shopping centre at Queen St Mall. It has stores and food court. Public Transport Take the City Hopper from Holman Street Ferry Terminal to Eagle Street Pier Ferry Terminal. Its only one stop away and across the river and you will be in Eagle Street Pier, Brisbane CBD. You can cross the street and go towards the city towards Edwards Street, Elizabeth Street, Mary Street, Adelaide Street, Charlotte Street, Margaret Street and Queen St Mall, King George Square, City Hall. 2 – Take Bus 234, from Baildon Street Bus stop near Story Bridge Hotel. The bus service takes you to Ann Street, Queen Street, Edwards Street, Adelaide Street and Wickham Street Fortitude Valley. It’s a short bus ride to the CBD. Around 10 minutes. By Car – You can go to Brisbane CBD via State Route 15. It will take you around 11 min with traffic. Or you can travel via State Route 15 and Ann Street. Other transports – Taxis (Black and White Cabs and Yellow Cabs), Uber services are available in the area. ”
  • 9 locals recommend
Food
“Gorgeously decked out in vintage retro, located in Stanley Street, Woolloongabba. Fantastic wine bar, lounge, and live music venue. For those lamenting the disappearance of Cool-Nanna's loungeroom from their lives.”
  • 8 locals recommend
Book Store
“A secondhand bookshop that has been an icon of the vibrant West End community in inner-city Brisbane for 21 years. A diverse collection of quality titles and unusual treasures (around 40,000 at last count!). Despite the name, the books are all in excellent condition, categorised carefully and beautifully arranged.”
  • 9 locals recommend
Market
  • 3 locals recommend
Shopping Mall
“Shopping Hub of Brisbane CBD. Everything is here, all the big brand stores, little arcades running of the Mall to explore. Plenty of plaza to each. Can catch the train to Central Station, drive and park in one of the underground parking complexes or catch the #100 bus on Blunder Rd right into the Queens Street Mall bus station.”
  • 3 locals recommend
Clothing Store
“If you love shopping, you'll love the open air Mall at Queen Street. You'll find pretty much all of your designer stalls in Queen Street Mall as well as high end boutiques and cheaper clothing stores with some real bargains. The Mall also has cafes and restaurants for you to enjoy and lots of buskers playing some great music.”
  • 41 locals recommend
Shopping Mall
  • 2 locals recommend
Clothing Store
“Handmade goods in almost all categories - beautifully made , and specialising in local craft. ”
  • 3 locals recommend
Shopping Mall
“Built in 1923, the heritage-listed Brisbane Arcade is one of the city's oldest shopping destinations. From Terazzo floors and balustrades to dado panelling, it reflects the elegance of its award-winning fashion designers, manufacturer jewellers, antique and gift stores. ”
  • 3 locals recommend
Shoe Store
  • 1 local recommends
Bookstore
“Curl up with a good book, be it a rare collectable, secondhand or simply something unusual books. The library is inside a beautiful heritage-listed building and is above John Mills Himself. So, grab yourself a coffee a $4.50 and find yourself your next favourite book from $10.00.”
  • 1 local recommends
Market
“Shopping, crafts and local curios. Lovely views of the river down to the story bridge.”
  • 3 locals recommend