Myer Center, Queen Street Mall, Brisbane

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    Myer Center seen from the City Hall...
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    Department Stores & Speciality Shops: Queen Street Mall, Best Shopping District

    by Mikebb Written Nov 1, 2006

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    Queen Street Mall is a shopping precinet in the city centre which has all the large department stores, arcades and speciality shops. You should be able to find whatever you want and if you are lucky enough to visit during sale time you will find some good bargains. The speciality clothing stores abound and carry the big name brands. Happy shopping.

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    Myer Center, Queen Street Mall: Myer Centre in Queen Street Mall

    by thedouglas Updated Jul 15, 2006

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    Main entry to Myer, Brisbane City
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    This centre is the largest in the southern hemisphere, as of a few years ago. It boats 6 levels of shopping, cinema and foodcourt facilities. There are more than 200 stores in the complex, including Target as well as Myer department stores. Best and Less, a budget clothing store is also in the centre. A smal Coles supermarket is on the ground floor.

    There is a multitude of specialty stores of varying sizes - ABC Shop, Australian Geographic store, Canterbury, other Australian souvenir stores, many many clothing, shoes and accessories shops, jewellery, gifts, beauty etc.

    The Myer Centre also offers free delivery service to inner city hotels.

    What to buy: Almost anything you could ever look for.

    What to pay: A little to a lot - depending on your budget and taste!

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    Queen Street Mall: Brisbane artery of shopping

    by xuessium Updated Nov 7, 2008

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    This is the Mecca for shopaholics in Brissie. Like every other Oz city, there is 1 street devoted to this artform. The standard malls, restaurants, food courts, departmental stores and boutique shops are all cluttered here for the pleasure of your cash.

    It isn't a bad street to stroll on...first, there are no traffic to contend with as it's a pedestrian pathway and second, it is a nice connection to get to the river front for most of the tourist sights.

    And just in case you feel peckish, there are restaurants outlets in the MIDDLE of the street, serving upmarket dishes and pub chow.

    During weekends, look out for performances on the stage in the heart of the Queen Street. You may also find a number of baskers as well.

    Folks itching to send your cash away, look no further and if spending all those money on the shops does not satisfy you, there is always the Treasury Casino at the end of the walkpath for you to splurge even more away.

    What to buy: How much do you have in your wallet/purse?

    What to pay: How much do you have in your wallet/purse?

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    Myer Center, Queen Street Mall: Queen Street Mall

    by midgetswithguns Written Nov 27, 2008

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    In the CBD, you'll want to check out Brisbane's awsome shopping! . For this, head to Queen Street Mall in the City.

    The Mall is a short, open air walkway offering shopping and dining beneath the elements. Take your pick! Designer fashions, international and local chain stores and chic independent boutiques, along with book shops, shoe shops, jewellers and more.

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    Queen Street Mall: Queen Street Mall has it all!

    by pacific_sol Updated Jul 31, 2007

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    Myer Center seen from the City Hall clock tower

    Queen Street Mall is a major shopping area located in the heart of downtown Brisbane. The street through the mall is not really a street anymore and is an open air promenade for pedestrians. There are all sorts of stores located there, such as high end shops like Louis Vuitton, and plenty of souvenir shops like Australia the Gift. There are also different places to eat, news stands, and also a visitor's centre where you can get travel brochures. Even if you don't want to or can't spend too much money, you can certainly walk around for a few hours and just hang out and just people watch, since there are always plenty of people around!

    What to buy: What to buy? Brisbane souvenirs of course! I would actually recommend doing some of your Australia souvenir shopping in Brisbane as I found that the prices there were a little bit cheaper than in either Cairns or Sydney for some items (I specifically remember a tote bag that I saw in Brisbane that I wanted, and I regretted not getting it since the prices were higher elsewhere).

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    Myer Center, Queen Street Mall: Shopping in Brisbane City

    by shindybaby Updated Feb 14, 2004

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    Myer Centre has 230 specialty stores, restaurants, taverns and cinemas as well as Australia's second-largest Myer Store.

    There are usually crazy sellouts during the Christmas time, especially on the Christmas Eve and Boxing Day!!!! =)

    There is a huge bus terminal on U/G of the center. There is a bus information center that you can ask for help if you want to travel around Brisbane by bus.

    What to buy: For women, there are many beautiful shoes in the Myer Center. There are also a wide range of perfume tand make-up too!~~

    For men, there is a small book section and menswear !!

    For children, there is toy section on the top floor of the Myer Store~!

    What to pay: Most of the shops accept credit cards (Visa/Master) and some also accept American Express.

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    Myer Center, Queen Street Mall: Shops shops shops

    by ChadSteve1975 Written Feb 20, 2004

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    Look for the signs

    The Myer Centre is Brisbane's premier shopping centre in the city centre.

    Along with major department store Myers anchoring the complex there are cinemas, a large food court, restaurants, fashion, music, communications, optical, housegoods... etc etc etc

    There are 5 level of shops so you shouldn't have any problems finding what you're after

    What to buy: Depends what you're after.

    For the young men out to get something to wear try: Jeans West, Just Jeans or Roger David.

    For the Women again try Jeans West, Just Jeans, Westco or Katies.

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    Queen Street Mall: It's all here.

    by Travel2write Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    Shopping in brisbane

    Located in the heart of the city, the Queen Street Mall and its nearby surrounds is Queensland’s premier shopping district.

    What to buy: Queen Street Mall highlights …
    Brisbane Arcade: A high end three-level shopping galleria. If you are seeking wares from some of Brisbane’s most awarded fashion designers … or simply for something you won’t find anywhere else in the world.
    Broadway on the Mall: It is your one-stop-shop for funky and youthful fashions and the ideal place to ‘let loose’ if you like to keep up with the latest.

    What to pay: Summary: "Thank God" my wife wasn't with me on this trip! No worries though men. There are a couple of PUBS in the middle of the shopping center to entertain yourself while the wife spends all of your money!

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    Coles Central (Supermarket): Need groceries? Go to Coles

    by pacific_sol Updated Jul 31, 2007

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    If you need groceries or other sundries, Cole's Central is a supermarket conveniently located inside Myer Centre. There also have another store a few blocks away inside QueensPlaza (also part of the overall Queen Street Mall complex).

    Coles is actually a supermarket chain that is found all over Australia.

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    Queen Street Mall: Spend, Spend, Spend

    by joanj Updated Aug 26, 2004

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    Queen Street Mall,Brisbane

    There are plenty of shops to choose from, and there are also smaller shopping mallsgoing off the main pedestrianised street.

    Sometimes entertainment is laid on for the shoppers.

    What to buy: anything and everything

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  • Maryon's Designer Shoes & Bags: Best Shoes in Brisbane

    by fiona.w Written Apr 11, 2007

    Maryon's is an amazing store with the best shoe collection in Australia. Great designer shoes and bags.

    What to buy: Designer accessories: Chloe, Tods, Givenchy, Marc Jacobs, Christian Lacroix, Costume Nationale, many many more.

    What to pay: From $200 - $3000. There is something for everyone.

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    Myer Center, Queen Street Mall: Shopping area.

    by a5floor Written Nov 29, 2004

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    If you want to shop, you can go to Myer Center/Queen Street Mall. This is a great shopping area with different kind of shops. You always can succeed up here.

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