Brisbane's Best Sunday Shopping Spots
If you’ve got a hankering to spend some dough and get out this weekend, then we’ve got just what you’re looking for. Brisbane has a ton of shopping destinations to spend the day away, from big shopping malls to kitschy boutiques. Here’s our picks of the best Sunday shopping spots in Brisbane.
INDOOROOPILLY SHOPPING CENTRE (Indooroopilly)
This is your one-stop shopping destination to curb all your retail cravings. The centre is newly refurbished and each store is outfitted to a modern, luxurious design that makes you feel fancy every time you walk in. H&M, sass & bide, Hugo Boss, EB Games and Dymocks are a tiny portion of the places you’ll see at Indooroopilly Centre. Whatever you need to buy you’re sure to find it here at this super shopping centre.
BOX VINTAGE (West End)
For the second-hand fashion aficionado you can’t go wrong with Box Vintage. Stocking the trendiest threads from the past at affordable prices, this is the hidden treasure of the Brisbane fashion scene. If you need any more convincing of this place’s prestige, vintage legend Noel Fielding just paid a visit to Box Vintage on his last tour. If that doesn’t tell you the level of style this place holds then nothing else will.
BLONDE VENUS (Fortitude Valley)
For over 20 years Blonde Venus has been a pioneer of designer trends and fashionable finds. Housing some of the most stylish and fashion-forward pieces in all of Queensland, even if you’re not into avant-garde clothing it’s worth just seeing these threads in person. For the aesthetically charged or the fashionably curious, Blonde Venus is a masterpiece of fabric and fun.
YOUNG DESIGNER MARKETS (South Brisbane)
Young Designer Markets is a monthly get-together for up-and-coming local artists and designers to showcase their items to the public. Here you can browse the latest fashion, jewellery, homewares and art that Brisbane has on offer and walk away with something truly unique. If you’re looking for something a bit more niche and interactive than clear out your schedule for the first Sunday of the month and see Young Designer Markets.
MODERN FURNITURE STORE (Fortitude Valley)
This place gives Ikea a run for its money, sporting Scandinavian furniture with a modern edge. With over 120 years of designing under its belt, Modern Furniture has perfected the art of putting together a room. Browse their various styles of dining, office, living and bedroom furniture and be inspired to redesign your whole house over.
THE COLLECTIVE MARKETS (South Brisbane)
You’ll hear and smell these markets before you see them, and for very good reason. Located in the beautiful Stanley Street Plaza at South Bank, The Collective Markets boast a range of delectable food stalls, edgy artists and live music to make your shopping experience all the more enjoyable. Meander through the rows of brightly coloured tent stalls, sample the homemade treats and browse through the clothes, trinkets, art and homewares that The Collective Markets have to offer.
ROSALIE VILLAGE (Paddington)
They say a Sunday well spent brings a week of content, but in Rosalie Village it’s clear the locals enjoy contentment all year round. For a taste of the finer things in life, head down to this little strip of chic boutiques, vintage stores and gorgeous cafes. Or if fresh, quality food is your calling, make your way over to the Rosalie Gourmet Market, a food hall providing the perfect lunch stop or grocery shop since 1997.
PADDINGTON ANTIQUE CENTRE (Paddington)
With over 50 antique dealers in what was once The Plaza Theatre in the 1920s, travel back in time at The Paddington Antique Centre on Latrobe Terrace. Since 1985, the Centre has been an antiques hub for both locals and tourists alike. Spend your Sunday admiring the vast range of books, furniture, jewellery, retro clothing, clocks, china and silverware that the dealers have to offer.
LIBERTINE PARFUMERIE (New Farm)
Treat all your senses at this extravagant fragrance emporium. Affiliated with the world-famous perfume expert Michael Edwards, at Libertine you’ll find only the finest fragrances, bath and beauty products. Make this Sunday a selfish one and indulge in the most-wanted and hardest-to-find scents that the Parfumerie has to offer.
IN-COG-NEATO COFFEE AND NEAT TREATS (South Brisbane)
When coffee meets vintage-cool, you get the funkiest café in Brisbane’s West End. In-cog-neato is the perfect mix of indie-café culture amongst a store full of pre-loved records, books, knick-knacks and clothes. Browse through quirky ornaments and awesome art while you sip on a latte or munch on one of their healthy raw snacks. With a hipster vibe and the warmest customer service, In-cog-neato is the perfect spot to unwind on a Sunday afternoon.
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