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Best Rated Shopping Hotspots in Brisbane - An Australian Version of a Shopping Fiesta

If you want to truly make the most out of your Australian holiday it is almost essential that you shop to your heart's content. For those of you in Brisbane, below are the most popular places.

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Robina Town Centre

Robina Town Centre

In all of the Gold Coast, the Robina Town Centre is probably the best shopping district there is. Flaunting a characteristic modern and sleek appearance, this shopping centre has a vibrant cosmopolitan ambience that makes it just as appealing to hang out in as it is to go shopping. Demanding a full day from your agenda, the centre boasts a good 350 different retail outlets that are spread across several levels. This shopping centre is after all constructed on 34 hectares of land; so you can just imagine how large this whole place is!

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Westfield Garden City

Westfield Garden City

Established in the year 1970, Westfield is one of the first major shopping centres opened in Queensland. This centre has over the years gone through a series of facelifts which has helped to maintain its status throughout as a premiere shopping district in Queensland. The West Field Garden City is located on Logan Road and is popular among all types of visitors and residents in Queensland. The main reason being is its strong Eastern influence which perfectly reflects the city's cultural demographic. There are a total of 8 street markets in this Garden City where shoppers can savour a myriad of all things Asian. Walking through the Westfield Garden City at most times feels like taking a stroll through one of China's bustling food markets.

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Queen Street Mall

Queen Street Mall

Now for those you staying at such places as Oaks 212 Margaret, the Queen St Mall is one shopping complex that absolutely must be visited. After all it is just 5 minutes away and can easily be accessed whenever you have a little time to spare. There are also several other apartment hotels in Brisbane located around the area making it a highly sought out mall among tourists in the city; records show that the mall does enjoy at least 26 million visitors every single year. The Queens Street Mall is a pedestrian mall that extends around 500 metres from George Street to Edward Street. It is massive for there are over 700 retailers and 6 major shopping centres within this complex itself; the Wintergarden, Myer Centre, Broadway on the Mall, Queens Plaza and Brisbane Arcade to name a few.

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Carindale

Carindale

Carindale is one shopping complex that offers a holistic dose of retail therapy that is amplified by its generous dash of luxury. Complete with a health club, library, glasshouse eatery, indoor fish pond and carpeted multi-level floors, this really is the epitome of luxurious shopping in Queensland. The highlight of this mall is its sense of fashion and very regularly you will come across personal styling sessions and fashion shows hosted by fashion and beauty retailers.

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