Shopping in Brisbane


From high-end shopping streets to local markets, The Westin Brisbane is centrally located amongst a range of Brisbane's best shopping destinations.

Shopping Information


Edward Street, Brisbane City
Edward Street is one of Brisbane City's most sophisticated fashion hotspots. From international brands to independent boutiques, the precinct is a prime destination to find sought-after and unique fashion. The street offers a range of sleek men's designer stores including Mitchell Ogilvie, Ermenegildo Zegna, Rhodes & Beckett and Canali. Female fashionistas can enjoy an equally exciting selection of international labels and specialist boutiques with Gucci, Longchamp, Max Mara, and Oroton. For unique gifts and jewellery, make a beeline for luxury stores Montblanc, Paspaley, Cartier, Hermes, Louis Vuitton and Tag Heuer.
Brisbane Arcade, Brisbane City
Built in 1923, the heritage-listed Brisbane Arcade is one of the city's oldest shopping destinations. From Terazzo floors and balustrades to dado panelling, it reflects the elegance of its award-winning fashion designers, manufacturer jewellers, antique, and gift stores. Many of the fashion designers and jewellry artisans craft their fine pieces right here in Brisbane in their small storefronts. Watch them work while looking for a personal piece for yourself.
Queen Street Mall, Brisbane City
Located in the heart of Brisbane's City Centre, Queen Street Mall's pedestrianised shopping hub is the perfect shopping destination connecting each end of the city centre. Queen Street Mall connects four shopping mega centres; Queens Plaza, MacArthur Central, The Myer Centre, and Winter Garden. Throughout these centres, you’ll find a slew of international brands and Australian labels, as well as open-air bars, cafes and dining options. 
James Street, Fortitude Valley
James Street has long established its reputation as Brisbane’s high-end shopping district. Its tree-lined streets are dotted with an enviable mix of luxury independent boutiques, beauty and artisan homeware stores, local and international designer flagship stores, and niche Australian fashion labels.
Riverside Markets, City Botanical Gardens
For over 30 years, Brisbane's Riverside Markets have been a popular gathering place for locals and tourists. Enjoy a range of art and fashion under the beautiful Queensland sun with live music and delicious international food. Located in the Brisbane City Botanical Gardens, the Riverside Markets are held every Sunday from 8am - 3pm. 
Latrobe Terrace, Paddington
Just moments from Brisbane City you’ll find a treasure trove of stores lining the streets of bustling Latrobe Terrace in Paddington. One of Brisbane’s most famous breakfast spots, Paddington is a charming city-fringe suburb specialising in food and fashion.
Oxford Street, Bulimba
Located in Brisbane’s inner east, Bulimba’s Oxford Street is a haven from the bustling City Centre. Offering an eclectic mix of homeware, fashion and vintage stores, dozens of cafes and restaurants, and a beautiful park in the middle, Oxford Street is a unique shopping destination just minutes from Brisbane City by the CityCat Ferry.
City Markets, Brisbane City
Experience a premium selection of fresh farm-direct produce and meats, artisan goods, trawler-direct seafood, fresh-baked breads, gourmet food and provisions in the middle of Brisbane's City Centre. The Brisbane City Markets are held every Wednesday from 8am - 6pm in Reddacliff Place and every Thursday from 8am - 2pm in Cathedral Square. 
Collective Markets, South Bank
Every Friday evening, Saturday and Sunday, The Collective Markets at South Bank feature 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.
Brisbane City Markets
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