Guide to luxury shopping in Brisbane City - Visit Brisbane


Guide to luxury shopping in Brisbane City

When it comes to luxury shopping in Brisbane, the heart of the City is the place to go. Here you’ll find high-end international fashion brands filling the storefronts along Edward and Queen Street Mall and throughout QueensPlaza, Tattersall’s Arcade and Brisbane Arcade.

Below we’ve detailed which labels and stores you can find in the centre of Brisbane and where they are located, along with some dining and drinking tips for good measure.

Tattersalls Arcade

Begin your luxury shopping expedition inside the historic Tattersall’s Arcade. Wander through the one-level arcade, which opened in 1926, and explore luxury goods stores Longchamp and Hunt Leather, jewellers Canturi and Lannah Dunn Fine Jewellery, Optiko eyewear and Robert’s Menswear. 

Brisbane’s famous luxury brownie company Dello Mano has a cafe inside the arcade. Drop in for brownies, cakes and a light brunch of croissants, tartines, and desserts. Alternatively, cute Italian cafe Marchetti is a top spot for a coffee power-up. Think Italian espresso, sweets, wine and homestyle food. 

Edward Street

Edward Street is one of Brisbane City's premier high fashion streets. From international luxury brands to independent local boutiques, Edward St is the spot to find sought-after, luxury and unique high fashion.

The street has a range of upmarket men's designer stores including Mitchell Ogilvie, Canali and Ermenegildo Zegna. For the ladies, discover international labels and specialist boutiques including international label Gucci and second-hand boutique Designer Archives. For unique gifts or jewellery, head straight to Pigeonhole or luxury stores Montblanc, Cartier, Hermes and Tag Heuer.

Shopped up an appetite? Try Le Bon Choix for a snack, Port Office Hotel for a gastropub meal, and Sono, Walter’s Steakhouse or Moo Moos for something fancy. 


QueensPlaza houses three storeys of high-end brands and Australian labels, including Queensland’s flagship David Jones (which actually takes up five levels!). 

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 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.

For a complete personalised wardrobe refresh or a new season update, Brisbane’s renowned fashion stylist, Sarah Elizabeth Turner, creates personalised style solutions. To book an appointment with Sarah visit Concierge Desk on Ground Level of QueensPlaza. 

If you’re in need of an extra luxurious shopping day David Jones Personal Shopping Service is for you. Relax in a private suite as David Jones expert personal shoppers create a bespoke shopping experience. Available by appointment only. 

Conclude your shopping day with a laneway adventure and stop in for afternoon tea or an aperitivo at one of Burnett Lane’s hip cafes and bars Felix Espresso and Wine Bar, Super Whatnot or Brew are all hits in our books. 

Brisbane Arcade

Is there anything more luxurious than wearing an item that was made just for you? Step into Brisbane Arcade and meet the city’s top artisans. On the gallery level find more than a dozen local small-scale jewellers, and on the ground level find local fashion designers, most who make their collections and clothing right here in Brisbane. Well known fashion brand Tengdahl even has a private sewing studio on the upper level of the arcade.

For a break, head to the top floor for high tea or Devonshire tea at the quaint and charming old world Room With Roses.

By Brittany Mohr

Brittany’s ultimate weekend involves wine (rosé) and cheese (manchego) at La Lune, seeing a live show and going for a wander along the Brisbane River. Passionate about the leafy Western suburbs, she’s a lady of fine tastes so naturally her best kept secret is #treatingyo'self to a session at luxe day spa One Wybelenna. Bliss.

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