Brisbane Fashion Hotspots

Where do you go shopping in Brisbane? The answer is it all depends on how much you can afford. Contrary to popular belief, not everything in Brisbane has a pricy tag. In fact, many of them offer goods that are so friendly on the wallet you can take home plenty of souvenirs to friends and family.

Your hunt for the best bargains can begin at the well-known shopping centers in the area, such as Brookside, Capalaba, Garden City in Westfield, North Lakes, Toowoong Village, and Indooroopilly. These malls have several boutiques operated by both local and international brands. It’s easy for you to find labels such as Gap, Guess, and Burberry.

Brisbane is a seat for the arts, so it’s a home for several local fashion designers. Most of their works are displayed in Brisbane Arcade found in Queen Street Mall. Speaking of Queen Street Mall, it has more than 500 different shops to choose from. It also offers visitors with live entertainment such as music and dances.

The Broadway on the Mall has a much bigger collection of goods for tourists since it’s comprised of two floors. For edgier clothing, you can see most of them sold in Brunswick Street Mall.

The DFO Factory Outlet is the haven for the budget conscious. It sells over 100 different brand names, and they have goods discounted to as much as 70 percent. Located near the airport, it also has several food courts so you can stay here the entire day.

Paddington Street is also highly visited by tourists not just for the fashion apparel and other dry goods but also for its small quaint shops with great history. In here, you can also discover stores selling a wide variety of arts and crafts.

If you have the money to burn, you can go to Queens Plaza and Tattersall’s Arcade. The finest jewelry pieces are currently being sold in the Wintergarden.

One of the best spots to shop is the South Bank. It has plenty of al fresco boutiques and restaurants and is very close to the parklands, which is teeming with people who simply want to unwind and relax.

After a day of shopping, you want to find comfort in a very cozy and spacious Brisbane apartment accommodation. That’s why Bridgewater Terraces may be of interest to you. The self-contained Brisbane Apartment Accommodation also provide a great view of its garden, which further relaxes your tired muscles.

About Denis Goodman

Denis is the manager of Bridgewater Terraces and has a long history with accommodation and property management rights. He brings his knowledge and experiences into his writer to help holiday makers have a wonderful holiday.

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