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Pacific Fair is one of the oldest and biggest shopping centres on the Gold Coast with hundreds of shops dedicated to fashion, electronics, food and more!
Housed in a landmark heritage building the Cairns Regional Gallery is the region's premier destination for exhibitions featuring historical and contemporary art by leading regional, national and international artists. The Gallery also presents exhibitions highlighting key works and themes from the permanent collection that focus on the unique cultural heritage of Far North Queensland.
Throughout the year the Gallery presents a range of creative learning programs for audiences of diverse ages and backgrounds including art classes, talks and events that relate to exhibitions and the permanent collection.
To compliment your trip to the Gallery relax at Perrotta's, the Gallery's street front café and enjoy browsing through the Gallery Shop – a great destination for purchasing unique art, craft, and design objects .
The Gallery Shop is a unique retail experience that focuses on products from Far North Queensland, the wider region, state and nationwide artists and designers.
A boutique showcasing Australian creativity and quality. The Gallery shop features an exclusive range of exquisite products including original prints, books, toys, jewellery, home wares, giftware and cards as well as exclusive items to reflect the gallery program and compliment your visit to the Cairns Regional Gallery.
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Marina Mirage is Queensland's finest waterfront shopping and dining resort.
Marina Mirage is situated on the Gold Coast, directly opposite the five star Sheraton Mirage Resort & Spa and is adjacent to the worlds first Palazzo Versace Hotel.
Marina Mirage offers award winning restaurants, designer boutiques filled with the world's top fashion labels, specialty stores overflowing with elegant homewares, gifts and exceptional artwork.
Located in the Brisbane-Gold Coast growth corridor, just 20 minutes south of Queenslands capital city, Brisbane. With direct access from the M1 Motorway, Hyperdome Home Centre and the Piazza appeals to the whole family and offers a shopping, restaurant dining and family fun experience in a relaxed environment.
Enjoy wandering through the centre with its unique sky domes or relax in our leather lounges located throughout the centre. Take time out to enjoy a coffee or meal in our recently completed Entertainment and Leisure precinct, the Piazza or take a stroll down to Hyperdome Home Centre where you will find everything you can imagine for your home.
Welcome to the Gold Coast\'s premier retail and leisure destination, Robina Town Centre. Discover a wealth of shopping choices with the Gold Coast\'s only David Jones department store as well as Big W, Target, Kmart, Coles, two Woolworths Supermarkets and over 300 specialty stores. The centre is also home to a new world-class fashion mall featuring some of Australia\'s most iconic brands such as SABA, Carla Zampatti, CUE, Country Road, David Lawrence, Sportscraft and more.
Stay all day and enjoy the air-conditioned 900-seat Food Atrium with up to 14 dining options plus enjoy a movie at Event Cinemas, Australia\'s first fully digital cinema complex including Vmax, 3D and Gold Class Cinemas and it doesn\'t end there...restaurants by the lake are now open including Grill\'d, Groove Train, Max Brenner Chocolate Bar, Salsa\'s Fresh Mex Grill, Squires Loft, Sushi Bay and Toscani\'s.
Brisbane\'s Queen Street Mall has long been considered the centre of fashion and retail in Queensland. This vibrant shopping and lifestyle precinct lies at the heart of Brisbane City and is arguably Australia\'s most successful pedestrian mall, playing host to over 26 million visitors a year.
The Queen Street Mall offers an unrivalled mix of local, national and international labels and flagship stores. Some 700 plus retailers have made their homes there - many enjoy mall and street frontage, others are tucked away inside world-class centres and heritage-listed arcades.
The South Bank Lifestyle Market is a hive of activity and a 'must-see experience in Brisbane.
Every Friday evening, Saturday and Sunday, the South Bank Lifestyle Market features an exciting range of arts, craft, homewares, collectibles, exotic items, designer fashion and much more. The Markets are an ideal way to find a unique gift, or simply stroll through and enjoy the atmosphere.
The Market is an excellent place to sample delicious treats, organic produce and homemade fare. Listen to our fabulous music and entertainment. With a calendar of special event markets there is always something new and different to discover.
It’s the only 3 day market in Brisbane and our Moonlight Markets are a great choice on Friday evenings.
Located in the heart of South Bank, Brisbane’s premier recreational and cultural destination. Combine your visit with an endless choice of other options. More shopping; cafes, restaurants and pubs; cinemas; parklands; museums; galleries; children’s’ activities; Streets beach and a weekly calendar of special events.
Built in 1923, the heritage Brisbane Arcade is one of the city\\\\'s oldest shopping arcades. From Terazzo floors, and balustrades to dado pannelling, it reflects the elegance of its award-winning fashion designers, manufacturer jewellers, antiques, arts and gift stores you won't find anywhere else. So come along and enjoy your shopping experience at the Brisbane Arcade.
Water Activities - Harbour Cruises, Whale Watching, Eco Tours, Scuba Dive the ex-HMAS Brisbane, Jet Ski Adventures, Fishing Trips, Kayaking Hire and more.
The Wharf has 10 takeaways/restaurants, a tavern and 16 specialty shops.
Shaded kids activity play area with slide.
The Wharf Mooloolaba also offers a world class marina facility and a boardwalk which overlooks the Mooloolaba Harbour.
Situated in the heart of the Gold Coast overlooking the beautiful Broadwater ... Australia Fair Shopping Centre is just 2km North of Surfers Paradise and lays in the centre of the Southport CBD hub.
With 230 stores to choose from, you can get the latest trends for so much less. Not to mention the cheapest movie tickets on the Gold Coast at Birch Carroll & Coyle!!
Each Wednesday and Friday night, treasure hunters, bargain spotters and after-dinner strollers make their way along the coastal stretch of more than 100 market stalls while live entertainers set the mood.
Surfers Paradise market stalls feature a variety of premium handmade or home-grown products, including fashion, jewellery, accessories, artworks, photographs, beauty products and homewares. If you're looking for an unusual gift or one-off piece, the Surfers Paradise Beachfront Markets are your one-stop-shop, with friendly stallholders always on hand to chat about the 'how', 'what' and 'why' of their wares.
The Surfers Paradise Beachfront Markets are located along the Surfers Paradise Foreshore (north and south of Cavill Mall).
The markets will be cancelled in the event of inclement weather.
Brisbane Markets are located at Rocklea, just 11 kilometres from Brisbane's CBD, and incorporates the Brisbane Produce Market, Brisbane Flower Market, Brisbane MarketPlace retail markets precinct, Brisbane Markets South Gate industrial estate and the Brisbane Markets Commercial Centre.
As Queensland's only central fruit and vegetable market, the Brisbane Produce Market is the State's most important centre for the marketing and distribution of fresh fruit and vegetables. It records annual trade in excess of 600,000 tonnes of produce valued at more than $1.011 billion.
Brisbane Markets Limited (BML) is the owner of the Brisbane Markets, and is responsible for the ongoing development and management of the site.
For over 22 years, Brisbane’s Riverside Markets have been a popular gathering place for locals and tourists looking for a massive range of arts, crafts, clothing and food under the Queensland sun by the edge of the Brisbane River.
Home to dozens of market stalls selling quality local and imported handcrafts, food & beverage vendors and street performers from Eagle St right down to the boardwalk, Riverside at the Pier is a perfect destination for that special gift for someone you love, or just treat yourself to a relaxing day by the river.
Right next to the heart of the CBD, it’s easily accessible by bus, train, ferry or foot! There’s also ample secure off street parking just underneath.
Brisbane's Chinatown is located next to Fortitude Valley, one of Brisbane city's live music venue and bar hot spots helping to put Brisbane, Australia on the cultural map.
Before you head out for a night of music, dancing and bar action, stop in to Chinatown next door to be treated at one of the restaurants serving authentic Asian cuisine.
Distinctive Chinese architecture, statues and lanterns set the scene for restaurants offering traditional Chinese, Thai, Vietnamese, Laotian, Malaysian and Vietnamese cuisine, at great prices.
The centre of Chinatown is the Chinatown Mall on Duncan Street, which is flanked by lots of fantastic Brisbane restaurants and shops. You'll find more Asian restaurants and grocery markets extending along busy Wickham Street.
There's something about a village setting by the sea. A feeling of friendliness, a nautical atmosphere with a warmth and charm that's hard to find anywhere else...
Just 20 minutes drive from the heart of the city is Brisbane's only bayside village, Manly Harbour Village. A place where old world character and charm sits comfortably beside present day chic, right on the edge of picturesque Moreton Bay.
Manly Harbour Village overlooks the largest man-made marina on Australia's east coast, which is home to over 1,500 craft of all shapes and sizes.
Indooroopilly Shopping Centre is the largest Shopping Centre in the western suburbs of Brisbane and is located on Moggill Road, Indooroopilly.
By mid 2014 Indooroopilly Shopping Centre will have an additional 900 car parks. The first of the new car parking areas, P1 and P2 are now open and best access is via GATE 10 on Stamford Road or via the new entry now open on Moggill Road.
Two new levels of parking are now open on the rooftop and over 350 new car parks and a brand new vehicle entry and exit are now open off Grosvenor Road allowing more convenient access and parking for customers entering from the eastern and southern side of the centre.
The Myer Centre boasts an incredible array of shopping and entertainment options all under one roof in the heart of Brisbane’s CBD.
Featuring the largest Myer department store in Queensland and over 180 specialty stores, The Myer Centre offers everything you’ll need in fashion, accessories, beauty, homewares, gifts, electrical and more.
The Centre includes an 8-screen Birch Carroll & Coyle Cinema complex, a 2 level Target store, Coles Express supermarket and an extensive fast food eatery.
Brookside Shopping Centre is the largest shopping centre in Brisbane's north-west, situated in Mitchelton, a suburb of Brisbane, Queensland, Australia.
Toowong Village and Tower is an iconic building gracing the skyline of Brisbane for over 20 years. Toowong Village in conveniently located within 3km from the Brisbane CBD. The centre has over ten levels of undercover car parking and a railway station and Brisbane City Council bus interchange are conveniently located in and adjacent to the centre.
Toowong Village is anchored by David Jones department store, a full line Coles Supermarket (ranked one of the highest performing Coles supermaket in Queensland), Kmart discount department store and 86 specialty stores. The specialty stores feature an array of gourmet fresh food, fashion and homewares.
The Barracks site has an interesting and rich history.
Developers, Property Solutions and QM Properties, have transformed a site that had laid derelict for nearly 20 years into a landmark retail and commercial precinct, successfully integrating three of Brisbane’s key heritage listed buildings with contemporary architecture.
The three heritage listed buildings from the Police era remaining on the site are the stables (1912), the three storey brick barracks (1939) and the radio communications centre (1941).
In 2009 the developers efforts were rewarded when The Barracks won two prestigious UDIA Awards for Urban Renewal and best large Retail/Commercial development.
Online Shopping from Westfield. Buy Men's and Women's Clothing, Kids Toys, Computers, Movies and a wide range of other items online.
Online Shopping from Westfield. Buy Men's and Women's Clothing, Kids Toys, Computers, Movies and a wide range of other items online.
Home to 90 specialty stores, essential services, cafes, restaurants and pubs. List of stores, special offers, news and events.
Located in Brisbane's idyllic bayside, Wynnum Plaza is a sub-regional Centre anchored by Woolworths, Coles, Kmart, Dan Murphy's and Fitness First and over 55 specialty stores. The Centre is located in one of Brisbane's fastest growing areas combining older residential areas with newer more affluent homes and young families. The Centre is the only sub-regional shopping Centre within the main trade area, and through strong community support Wynnum Plaza is a favourite in the area.
Calamvale Central features national tenants such as Woolworths, Big W, Dick Smith, The Coffee Club, Flight Centre, Westpac, St George, Rockmans, Noni B and Nandos, and boasts a full basement car park for more than 780 vehicles.
Customers at Calamvale Central benefit from the simple single-level design, substantial undercover parking and easy entry into the Centre from Compton Road.
The Centre covers everyday needs with a great fresh food offer, strong banking precinct, specialty shops making Calamvale Central an easy place to shop. Calamvale Central also has exceptional medical, dental and optical services for your convenience.
Calamvale Central promotes a pleasant shopping environment perfect for young families with its clean, spacious ambience and a parent’s room designed for comfort.
Capalaba Central is located in the Redlands Shire which is bordered by the City of Brisbane located 25 kilometres to the west and north of the shire, Gold Coast City to the south and Logan City to the southwest.
Capalaba Central boasts a bright open-feel single level shopping environment, featuring wide air conditioned malls and a 450 seat food court.
The Centre is committed to providing its local community and retailers with a high-quality retail facility that is safe, convenient, accessible and responsive to changes in the local environment.
Capalaba Park Shopping Centre is a regional shopping centre built in 1981 and located within the Redland Shire, approximately 22 km south-east of the Brisbane CBD. The Centre services the expanding suburbs of Redland City which is experiencing annual growth of 2.7%, and is bounded by three multi-lane arterial roads ensuring convenient access from the surrounding catchment area.
Capalaba Park has major retailers Kmart, Target, Coles Supermarket and Woolworths Supermarket and over 110 specialty stores which include a great proportion of national retailers. It has a strong fresh food component, many retail services and excellent undercover parking. It prides itself on its overall retail mix and has a convenient, one stop shopping offer.
Stockland Cleveland is conveniently located and provides a day to day shopping destination for residents of Redland City.
The Centre spans Middle Street, and with more than 60 specialty stores we provide a variety of shops and services to help with your daily shopping needs.
Parking is easy with over 700 car parks available, including undercover parks and disabled parking spaces.
Aspley Hypermarket is a sub-regional shopping centre located near the intersection of Gympie and Albany Creed Roads in Aspley, just 13km north of Brisbanes CBD. The centre opened in 1984 and extended in 1995 to include the addition of 'Toys R Us', additional specialty stores and a 250 seat food court.
Eumundi markets is open rain, hail or shine every Wednesday and Saturday.
A visit to the Original Eumundi Markets is shopping heaven if you’re looking for something different, something handmade, something special…
You’ll find original artworks, sculptures, furniture, handmade toys, homewares, and skincare, as well as cutting edge fashion and jewellery by local designers, all guided by our ethos of “we make it, bake it, grow it, sew it”.
If you’re a foodie, you’ll especially love our market …laksa, calamari, thai, paella, quality coffee, chocolate, great cakes, old fashioned lemonade, and more. We have a wealth of fresh produce – including fresh fruit and vegetables, freshly baked breads, locally made cheeses and yoghurts.
And, when you need a break from the shopping, sit back and be entertained by a stellar line-up of performers guaranteed to get you in the groove. There’s plenty of local talent to keep you entertained, with world-music sounds, country tunes or tribal rhythms.
You can also have your palm read or indulge in a vast array of services offered by our many health and wellbeing practitioners.
Cairns Central Shopping Centre is located in the Cairns City, is open seven days and has over 180 specialty stores, plus Myer and Target department stores, Coles and BI-LO supermarkets, Birch, Carroll and Coyle six-screen Cinema complex and an International Food Court. The centre boasts a great range of services including: travel agencies, banking, hair and beauty, medical centre, dentist, chiropractor, Internet access and Post Office.
The Centre is the destination for fashion in North Queensland and boasts a fabulous range of stores with brands such as: Pandora Jewellery, Country Road, RM Williams, Jag, Dotti, Bardot, Sportsgirl, Universal Store, Colette, L'Occitane, Esprit, Forever New plus many more.
If you're hungry, why not pop into the Sushi Train for a taste of Japanese, or perhaps authentic Italian at Tosca's is your style, or grab a coffee and a bite to eat at one of the centre's many café's. The food court is handy for a quick meal with over 15 food outlets to choose from including: Sumo Salad, Noodle Box, McDonalds, Hungry Jacks, KFC and Subway.
Bring your hunger for new experiences and your thirst for something completely different when you visit the Coffee Works, in Mareeba, just one hour from Cairns and Port Douglas. Eclectic and highly original, Coffee Works attracts over 170,000 visitors each year for what can best be described as a totally delicious day out.
Find the perfect gift as you explore a treasure trove of incredible edibles, gourmet gifts and an ever changing array of stunning, unusual and affordable gifts in the packed to the rafters gift shop. Kick back and relax in lush tropical surrounds with flaming fabulous barbecue lunches, sweet treats, gourmet sorbet, superb gelato and irresistible chocolate platters created onsite in the Coffee Works own boutique Chocolaterie. Over 50 fabulous chocolate flavours are created before your eyes.
The main event at Coffee Works is Coffee World. If it has anything to do with growing, roasting, serving, drinking or trading coffee, you will find it somewhere in this mammoth sensory wonderland. This is the biggest, best and most significant collection of coffee artefacts in the world, presented as one entire exhibition, for the very first time in history.
At DFO Cairns, you can buy all your favourite brands without the big price tag, in an accessible location and with ample free parking.
Since opening in 2008, the people of Cairns have really embraced the concept and the centre is now home to a stack of leading brands including Polo Ralph Lauren, Oroton, Quiksilver, Skechers, Williams Outlet and Guess; all up to 70% OFF original retail prices.
Stores at DFO can heavily discount as they offer discontinued lines, previous season's stock, current end of season lines and special purchases.
The centre also has a fully appointed food court and a wide range of services including a beauty salon, post office, pharmacy, newsagent, bank and Coles Supermarket.
Join a day of discovery to the Atherton Tablelands with amazing food and wine experiences. Sample tasty treat, visit family farms and follow the food journey from paddock to plate ! All combined with sightseeing to the wet and dry tropics of Far North Queensland.
Travel off the beaten track, tour coffee and macadamia plantations, taste tropical fruit wines, and visit a cheese and chocolate factory. Experience exotic tastes and uncover secrets the locals don't know.
Cross dry plains, red soils, rolling hills, and explore World Heritage, Wet Tropics Rainforest. Visit Atherton, Mareeba, the Curtain Fig and Lake Barrine.
Murdering Point Winery is unique in every sense; the name, the unmatched range of exotic tropical wines, the location and the passion that drives the owners to accept only the best as demonstrated by the awards won annually, through the use of traditional wine making methods and modern technology.
In addition to the tropical fruit wines such as lychee, mango, jaboticaba, and passionfruit, Murdering Point produces wines of outstanding quality from Australian Bush Tucker fruits such as the Davidson Plum, and the native berry, Lemon Aspen. The Winery is also home to \\\\"The Point\\\\" port and the heavenly \\\\"White Devil\\\\" port, and the \\\\"Black Devil\\\\", a unique blend of black sapote and cognac, Mocha Cream and Choc Mint Cream.
Murdering Point Winery is open seven days from 9.30 a.m. to 5.00 p.m. Visitors are invited to enjoy free tastings and to learn the history of the region in the unpretentious surroundings of the cellar door and tropical landscaped gardens.
Pandanus Gallery is nationally and internationally recognised as showcasing a unique range of high quality Aboriginal and Torres Straits Art from across most of the Australian continent.
They specialise in: superb works on canvas both extremely large in size to small collectable gems, many by Australia's 50 top artists; a small but superb collection of vintage bark painting by significant known artists; a large range of limited edition lithographs, screenprints, etchings and other works on paper; unique vintage and antique Aboriginal artifacts, sculptures and jewellery.
Their curatorial policy is to present works by Aboriginal artists committed to the genuine communication of their ancient culture through art. The work mostly comes from Aboriginal owned Art Co-Operatives.
Pandanus Gallery stock over 800 catalogued artworks from over 300 artists for investors, collectors or those interested in this iconic style.