QueensPlaza is an upmarket shopping centre located in Central Business District of Brisbane, Queensland, Australia, with frontages on Adelaide Street, Queen Street Mall, and Edward Street.
an upmarket shopping centre located in the central of Brisbane, contains a lot of luxury brands, such as Chanel, Dior and Fendi.
20 mins with the bus and you are in the city centre. Queens Plaza is where you want to head to.
Queens plaza is a place to meet, a source of fun, entertainment and lifestyle, Queens Plaza is Brisbane's centre of stylish elegance, with a glowing, pearl-like appearance that allows each beautiful store to shine. The smart, savvy and unique collection of retailers at QueensPlaza, which includes…
“The Myer Centre is located in the heart of Brisbane's CBD fronting the highly successful Queen Street Mall. Home to Myer, Target, Event Cinemas, Coles Central and Lincraft and more than 170 specialty stores, The Myer Centre Brisbane is located above an underground bus interchange, which is Brisbane's busiest transport hub.”
“Fancy sipping on spritzes and sharing saganaki by the pool? You don’t have to jetset to the Greek Islands – Brisbane’s very own urban resort The Calile Hotel has you sorted. Much-loved Nobby Beach eatery Hellenika has opened a sibling venue in Brisbane, serving at the hotel’s signature poolside restaurant. Making your way up to the pool deck, you’ll be greeted in Hellenika’s breezy olive tree-lined alfresco terrace overlooking the glistening waters of the resort’s pool. Those waiting for a table can take a seat at the bar or recline poolside in a cabana – you can even stay there to enjoy your meal if you so desire. Starters and small plates of kalamata olive-topped taramasalata, grilled saganaki, veal dolmades wrapped in silverbeet and Hellenika’s famous kolokithia zucchini chips will certainly get you feeling like you’re grazing in the Greek Islands. Larger share options include flaky spanakopita, eggplant moussaka, chicken souvlakia and 1.2-kg classic baked lamb shoulder. The 450-plus bottle wine list, with an impressive selection of Greek drops, will offer something new to try with each visit, but if you’ve opted to eat in a cabana, we highly suggest you do so with a cocktail in hand. You can start your day the right way with a big Greek breakfast, as the kitchen serves up morning fare from 6:30–10:00 am daily – think caramelised fresh grapefruit with sweet Greek yoghurt, spanakopita, the Eggs with Eggs with Eggs (boiled eggs, taramasalata, salmon peals and toast), or The Onassis, with streaky bacon, loukanika (Greek sausages), olive-oil fried eggs, fresh tomato, a lamb cutlet and toast.”
“It is another shopping centre at Queen St Mall. It has stores and food court. Public Transport Take the City Hopper from Holman Street Ferry Terminal to Eagle Street Pier Ferry Terminal. Its only one stop away and across the river and you will be in Eagle Street Pier, Brisbane CBD. You can cross the street and go towards the city towards Edwards Street, Elizabeth Street, Mary Street, Adelaide Street, Charlotte Street, Margaret Street and Queen St Mall, King George Square, City Hall. 2 – Take Bus 234, from Baildon Street Bus stop near Story Bridge Hotel. The bus service takes you to Ann Street, Queen Street, Edwards Street, Adelaide Street and Wickham Street Fortitude Valley. It’s a short bus ride to the CBD. Around 10 minutes. By Car – You can go to Brisbane CBD via State Route 15. It will take you around 11 min with traffic. Or you can travel via State Route 15 and Ann Street. Other transports – Taxis (Black and White Cabs and Yellow Cabs), Uber services are available in the area. ”
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