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Are you looking for a place to escape for an hour or two from the stress at work or the demands of the daily life? Then AnJie Day Spa is the right place for you. AnJie Day Spa is a small “boutique” spa for those clients who deserve a period of self-indulgence within minutes of the Brisbane CBD and Toowong Shopping Village.
Anjié Day Spa & Massage utilises the finest natural beauty products and oils. We pride ourselves in offering a range of professional treatments performed by highly skilled therapists in an atmosphere of serenity. Our services menu above is offered to allow you to scroll through at your leisure to choose a treatment which best suits your needs.
Anjié Day Spa offers a number of beauty services, such as facials, waxing and tinting, eyelash extensions, eyebrow and eyeliner tattooing, invites you to experience a refreshing, relaxing and soothing therapeutic massage at our day spa in Toowong.
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.
Perrin Park is a local park with great facilities for kids. It is located in Toowong. There are bicycle tracks, picnic areas, a rebound wall and a playground with a pedal powered cars on on a circular track. There is also an area for dogs to be let off their leashes.
Toowong Memorial Park, home to Western Districts Rugby Football Club, can be packed with spectators in season, unaware of historic tributes just metres from the footy oval, towards Brisbane River. Parliamentarian EM Macartney officially opened Toowong Memorial Park on 7 September 1918 in honour of the 101 locals who enlisted in WWI. Decorative wrought iron memorial gates were erected to mark the park's official opening. Beyond, on the summit of a ridge, is the 12 metre high Toowong Soldiers' Memorial, unveiled by Governor Sir Matthew Nathan on 2 July 1922. A fluted column with a Queensland marble drinking fountain at its base, surrounded by carved wreaths and swags, this memorial's base provides a valuable roll call of local involvement, naming all who enlisted on three marble slabs. A commemorative avenue of palms was planted in 1918. A large section was relocated in 1993 to run parallel to Sylvan Road from the car park, curving gently towards the memorial gates. Dawn ANZAC Day services proceed along this avenue, gathering at a more recent RSL memorial cairn, inside the gates.
The Brisbane Botanic Gardens at Mount Coot-tha are Australia's premier subtropical botanic gardens. These 56 hectare gardens are situated seven kilometres from the city centre, and offer tropical, subtropical, temperate and arid plant communities and as well as unique wildlife. Highlights include the Japanese Garden, Tropical Display Dome, Hide ‘n’ Seek Children’s Art Trail, Bonsai House and the incredible Bunya Forest. The National Australia Remembers Freedom Wall and the Sir Thomas Brisbane Planetarium are also located onsite.
The Botanic Gardens are open every day 8am - 5.30pm from September to March and 8am - 5pm from April to August, entry to the gardens is free. Visitors can enjoy free guided tours Monday to Saturday at 11.00 a.m. and 1.00 p.m. (public holidays excluded). Free mini bus tours are offered Monday to Friday at 10.30am (public holidays excluded). There is a fully licensed restaurant and cafe - Botanical - with a capacity of 150 people. Dining is a breath of fresh air in a relaxing and tranquil setting in the midst of the beautiful gardens. Modern Australian cuisine is served in the main restaurant with light snacks, Devonshire teas and ice creams available from the cafeteria.