Queen Street MallMain shopping mall in Brisbane, large variety of shops, contains several shopping centres.
The Myer CentreRuns the gamut from jeans shops to specialty knife stores. Internet kiosks are available.
The WintergardenA fashion centre connected to the foot of the Hilton Hotel. Also contains a licensed day or night bowling alley.
QueensPlazaBrisbane's newest fashion centre, with more expensive, big brand stores.
Broadway on the MallMany formal wear, evening wear and bridal stores. Also some stores that stock well known Brisbane fashion designers such as Gail Sorronda. Features a downstairs food court and upstairs electrical and appliance retailer.
Brisbane ArcadeA secluded narrow shopping strip which acts as a pass way between Adelaide and Queen St. It contains many unique stores. It is one of the few remaining heritage shopping arcades in Brisbane.
Queen Adelaide BuildingOne of Brisbanes oldest buildings is home to Queenslands flagship Sportsgirl store, Adidas and Rebel Sport.
Adelaide StreetDowntown's dress circle
Elizabeth Street ArcadeArcade that spans between Elizabeth and Charlotte streets. Lots of independent boutiques to suit various prices, and lots of cheap Asian food.
Albert StreetHas many adventure and sports-type retailers, lots of bookstores.
Eagle StreetThe centre of law and finance in Queensland, holds the Eagle Street and Riverside markets.
Edward StreetMostly covered by Queens Plaza, Macarthur Centre and Wintergarden street fashion stores. There are also a couple of jewellery, take-away restaurants, bars and night clubs. Edward St. has recently been transformed into a luxury brands precinct, with stores such as MaxMara, Tiffany & Co., Bally, Mont Blanc, Chanel, Gucci Hugo Boss, Oroton, Ralph Lauren, and L'Occitane. Hermes opened a store on Edward St in late 2010. Apple is reportedly set to open a flagship store on Edward St, which will be the largest in Australia, and one of the largest in the world.
South Bank marketsHeld at the South Bank Parklands every Sunday.
Brunswick Street MallLocated in the heart of China Town, there are many Chinese retailers, fast food restaurants, cafes and bars. Markets are run on Sundays.
Westfield Garden CityLarge shopping centre with two levels. Contains a large variety of fashion retailers and book stores. Westfield ChermsideBrisbane's largest shopping centre. Popular among youth culture for its Megaplex Movie Cinema.
The largest shopping centre in the Eastern Suburbs.
Davies Park MarketMontague Rd, West EndHours: Sa 6AM-2PMAn expansive farmers-style market with an alternative vibe that sells fruit and vegetables, as well as meats, cheese, and handicrafts. Also has food vendors, including a crperie.
James StreetFortitude ValleySmall strip with high end fashion, furniture and electronics retail, plus a couple of nice bars and cafes.
Valley Markets - A shopping must for locals and tourists. Operating every weekend, find jewellery, fabulous handmade accessories and artwork. Home to emerging fashion designers. (Sa Su 8AM-4PM)
Ann St Along Ann Street in the Valley there are many independent fashion boutiques for mid-range shopping. Some of them are spread out around the corner of Brunswick Street too.