Your guide to shopping Queen Street Mall - Visit Brisbane

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Your guide to shopping Queen Street Mall

Shopping in Brisbane City is a vibrant adventure – with more than 700 stores along the Queen Street Mall (and over 1000 across the whole CBD) it can be a challenge to know where to find what you’re looking for.

Shopping centres and arcades off Queen Street Mall 

QueensPlaza

QueensPlaza is the glitzy home to high-end brands and Queensland’s flagship five-storey David Jones department store. On the ground floor find all the luxury brands including Burberry, Tiffany and Co., Louis Vuitton, Bvlgari, Paspaley, Salvatore Ferragamo, Dior, Saint Laurent, as well as Mimco, Michael Hill Jeweller and Perrott’s Florist. On the upper level you can find high-end fashion labels, Camilla, Alice McCall, Zimmerman, Sass & Bide, Viktoria & Woods and Gorman, along with Mecca Cosmetica.

Downstairs is a circular food court with quick grab-and-go style eateries alongside Kikki K, Australian Geographic, Card & Caboodle, T2, plus a range of beauty stores including Get Threaded, Hairhouse Warehouse, Laser Clinics and a Coles Express supermarket.

Wintergarden

Wintergarden is the centre with the steel butterfly sculpture over the front. Within you’ll find multiple levels and tiers with a range of local and national boutiques, including a lots of dedicated menswear stores. 

Just off the mall through the many entrances you’ll find Veronika Maine, Cue, Dinosaur Designs, Pigeonhole, Seed and Mecca Maxima. Deep inside the centre look for Ballerine Ballerinas, COS, Aquila, Oxford, Peter Jackson, Rodd & Gunn, Peter Sheppard and Sheike.

Below ground you’ll find a large food court plus Jurlique beauty and Anthony's Fine Jewellery. On the upper level is a number of casual restaurants, including Grill'd, and a Strike Bowling bar.

170 Queen Street

Previously Broadway on the Mall, this three level retail centre now features two major international brands, H&M and UNIQLO. Walk through the mall behind the flagship stores to Broadway on Adelaide where you'll discover a treasure trove of homewares, kitchen and bathroom accessories and stationary at Daiso. You'll also find Jan Logan's elegant jewellery, Amy Sargeantson Chocolate Maker for delicious chocolate treats and Crumpler's indestructible luggage at Broadway on Adelaide.

The Myer Centre

The biggest of Queen Street Mall’s shopping centres, The Myer Centre sits at the George St end of the mall. At the very top you’ll find the Event Cinemas and a games arcade, along with Lincraft, Oxfam Shop, Best & Less, Daiso and more. Towards the bottom is a massive food court spanning two levels, a Target department store and Coles Express supermarket.


In the middle floors you’ll find the flagship Myer department store and keep an eye out for women's fashion stores JeansWest, Just Jeans, Jacqui E, Honey Birdette, Cotton on Body, General Pants, Katies, Sussan, Temt, Sunburn, Novo, Wittner, Ziera and more; menswear stores Politix, Tarocash, Florsheim, Skinnys and RM Williams; and jewellers and accessory stores Angus & Coote, Prouds, Pandora, Lovisa, Strandbags and Mano. 

Brisbane Arcade

This historic arcade is an icon along the Queen Street Mall. Within the 1923-built dwelling you’ll find two levels plus a basement of small, boutique stores with lots of local Brisbane fashion and jewellery designers calling the space home. 

As far as jewellery designers and stores go there are more than 20 in the arcade. On the Street Level you’ll find CitiGold, Hofstays, Pandora, Robert White Jewellers, Stones Diamond Ring Specialists and Vintage Watch Co, and on the Gallery Level find Ashley Douglas, Brisbane Jewellers Workshop, Bradley Fine Jewellery, Details Designer Jewllery, Duncan Vickers Engraver, Girls love Pearls, James Tyler Jeweller, Kimmison Jewellery, and Stephen Dibb Jewellery.

Brisbane designers calling the arcade home include Tengdahl, Irma J Smith, Maiocchi, Pia du Pradal and Darb Bridal Couture. Also look out for specialty shops The Model Shoppe, and The Tea Centre.

Tattersall’s Arcade

Another historic arcade, Tattersall’s Arcade opened in 1926 and takes its name from the private membership Tattersall’s Club in which it is housed. All on one level, stop into high-end stores Longchamp, Optiko, Hunt Leather, Canturi, Lannah Dunn Fine Jewellery and Robert’s Menswear. Cute Italian cafe Marchetti does an excellent cannoli and coffee.

MacArthur Central

MacArthur Central is home to many utility stores and the only full-sized supermarket in the city. Woolworths can be found on the basement floor nearby a BWS bottle shop and Priceline pharmacy. On the ground and upper floors find Big W department store, on the upper floor is a food court and JB HiFi.

Mega international retailers along Queen Street Mall

The mall has some big international players that have opened shop. A two-storey H&M (Queensland’s only store with H&M Home too) and three-storey Uniqlo sit side-by-side with massive glass window-fronts. Opposite, a three-storey Zara houses the Spanish label’s woman, man and child ranges.

Stores on the mall

A number of big Australian brands call QSM home. Towards the Edward St end of the mall you’ll find fashion brands Lorna Jane, RM Williams, Country Road, Cue, Seed, alongside tourist shop Australia The Gift and telcos Optus, VodaFone and Telstra.

Towards the George St/Casino end of the Queen Street Mall you’ll find large stores for Cotton On, Myer, Rebel Sport, Jo Mercer, Lush, Valley Girl, JayJays, Forever New, Peter Alexander, Sportsgirl, The Reject Shop and Priceline.

Shopping along Albert Street

Albert St crosses over at the middle of the Queen Street Mall. Head in the direction of Elizabeth St to find streetwear brands Hype DC, Nike, Universal Store plus JB Hi-Fi, mega bookstore Dymocks and adventure-wear shop Kathmandu.

Towards the King George Square side of Albert St drop into Rocking Horse for records and more, Perfect Potion for natural oils and scents, and Off Ya Tree for alternative clothing.

Streets surrounding Queen Street Mall

Along Edward St expect to find luxury retailers such as TAG Huer, Gucci, Hermes, Cartier and much more, plus drop into Le Bon Choix for French pastries. Adelaide St has a variety of small, boutique shops including Monster Threads, Biome, Gardams and various hairdressers. Elizabeth St is like a mini Korea-town with lots of Korean eateries plus menswear shop Scotch & Soda and streetwear store Culture Kings.

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