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Queen Street Mall
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The main pedestrain Mall in the City runs from George Street to Edward Street over two huge city blocks. Features major shopping centres, department stores, restaurants, eateries etc.
QueensPlaza is the glitzy home to high-end brands and Queensland’s flagship five-storey David Jones department store.
Queen Street Mall is a shopping and lifestyle precinct located in the heart of Brisbane City. Home to Queensland’s largest selection of fashion, along the open-air pedestrian mall you can shop an unrivalled mix of more than 700 stores
For the best shopping in Brisbane head to the Queen Street Mall for a range of department stores, luxury retailers & small boutiques and everything in between .
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