The Brisbane region covers some beautiful farmland and there's no better way to appreciate the hard work farmers do than to tag along to their markets. Introduce yourself to fresh local produce from the Lockyer Valley to Somerset and the Scenic Rim with this list of Brisbane's best farmers' markets.
Fridge magnets and pens don't make the cut as thoughtful souvenirs anymore. Celebrate the city's diversity with a range of uniquely Brisbane gift ideas that everyone can enjoy.
If ever there were an excuse to catch up with a friend over coffee and indulge in some retail therapy, it’s at Bulimba.
As you stroll down Given and Latrobe Terraces, you’ll discover an array of fashion boutiques, homewares stores, beautiful antiques, gifts and jewels.
Explore West End by foot and you might just stumble across its unique boutiques. Alternative is the specialty, but you’ll also find boho, quirky and vintage on the West End shopping scene.
If you’re visiting and want to take home a bit of Brisbane, or love to shop local you're in luck. We've sourced the fashion boutiques in Brisbane that showcase their own and local designs.
Just north of Brisbane’s CBD is a haven for Queensland’s hottest furniture and homewares. Follow our walking trail and discover every style, size and price range.
Home to some of Brisbane’s best boutique shopping, Fortitude Valley is a hive of local, independent stores filled with unique finds. Stop by the neighbourhood to pick up new threads.
Brisbane's market scene is in overdrive. As well as farm-fresh food, pick up vintage and hand-made gems, and limited stock from local designers.
Whether it’s the colourful kaftans at Camilla, streetwear at Nudie Jeans or craftsmanship at Pistols At Dawn, James Street is Brisbane’s home of fashion.