DFO Jindalee OPENS 16 November 2007!
Finally what everyone has been waiting for - the opening of the new DFO
(Direct Factory Outlet) at Jindalee. DFO Jindalee opens to the public
on 16 November 2007 at 16 Amazons Place Jindalee, Brisbane, QLD. It's
promised that at DFO Jindalee you'll find bargains of up to 70% off
Australian and International brands.
There are plenty of shopping options and restaurant choices within Brisbane's CBD. Here's where...
Queen Street Mall, BrisbaneThe Mall (officially pronounced 'maul' by State Government decree)
lies in the heart of Brisbane's CBD and is a bustling open-air
pedestrian thoroughfare that runs for half kilometre. Here' you will
not only find al-fresco shopping, but al-fresco dining. Wide swooping
sails provide necessary shelter from the sun and rain and there's
plenty of air conditioned shops for when it gets too hot. Queen Street
Mall attracts an estimated 26 million visitors each year.
It is considered to be the largest retail precinct between Sydney and
Singapore, and is home to an outstanding choice of high fashion labels,
national and international retail chains, independent boutique outlets,
jewelry designers, bookstores, shoe shops and more. If you like to
people-watch, come here as the mall is a hive of activity.
A purpose built performance stage features regular free live
entertainment, and buskers never fail to delight passers by with their
antics. There are several 24 hour eateries and bars to be found along
the mall's central spine for those that want to party on.
Myer Centre,Queen St, Mall, Brisbane
The newly refurbished Myer Centre is
named for the national department store, Myer. It joins Queen,
Elizabeth and Albert Streets. It has six shopping levels with over 200
stores, including specialty shops, restaurants, delicatessens and
Situated at the lower end of
Queen Street Mall, Wintergarden is a three-storey shopping complex
which contains specialty shops, a food court and five levels of parking
and extends from Queen Street to Elizabeth Street under the Hilton
Hotel. This is the place to come if you're after fashion.
Post Office Square, Brisbane
This long strip is located opposite Anzac Square, joining Adelaide and
Queen Streets with an entrance to Rowes Arcade. Post Office Square has
specialty shops, bookshops, coffee shops, delicatessens and restaurant.
MacArthur Central Shopping Centre
MacArthur Central Shopping Centre was completed in 2002 and is
a three level shopping centre located on the corner of Edward and Queen Streets
CBD. It is opposite Post Office
Square and is handy to Brisbane's many office workers. The shopping
centre features a Woolworths supermarket and a Big W with these major retailers
complemented by convenience specialty retail stores and a Food Court. There is also an underground
car parking area.
Click her for a directory listing of stores in Brisbane's MacArthur
Central Shopping Centre.
Brisbane ArcadeRunning from Queen Street Mall
to Adelaide Street is a turn-of-the-century, heritage-listed arcade
full of up-market clothing and gift shops.
Rowes ArcadeA mixture of old and new, with the
restored cedar paneling of the Edward Street end and the contemporary
Adelaide Street entrance. Here you'll find two shopping levels with
up-market boutiques and designer-wear stores.
Riverside Centre, Brisbane
Located on Eagle Street in the
centre of Brisbane's financial district is set back from the Brisbane
River and has up-market restaurants and designer boutiques.
T & G Arcade, Brisbane
This arcade is halfway up Queen
Street Mall with shops specialising in designer fashions, shoes,
accessories, jewellery, fine silver, ceramics, glassware and antiques.
There are various food markets throughout Brisbane featuring organic fruit and vegetables, gourmet food and more!
When looking to dine out in Brisbane, it is helpful to understand the different
restaurants in Brisbane.