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Knock over your whole Christmas shopping list in one hit

BRISBANE City is synonymous with incredible shopping - ask anyone.

This time of year, it's your one-stop-shop for Christmas gifts where you can smash over your whole 'to buy for' list in one day. 

Here's a few go-to places, all in the Brisbane CBD, to find the perfect gifts for your loved ones:

Homewares

The Antique Guild, 39 Edward St: This place has incredible antiques from across the world for anyone who loves a bit of vintage luxury.

Bed Bath N' Table, The Myer Centre: Head here if you want something elegant, high-end, but not too pricey.

Georg Jensen Living, Wintergarden: For anything Scandinavian, don't miss Georg Jensen Living.

Fashion

Zara, Queen Street Mall: High end fashion for a smidgen of the price. Zara will wow you with its range for men, women and kids.

Uniqlo, Queen Street Mall: New to the city, Uniqlo has already found its cult following and when you check it out you'll see why. Quality, affordable and functional. 

Myer and David Jones: Everything you love about a department store, times two, right in the heart of the Queen Street Mall.

Topshop Topman, Elizabeth St: The latest in fashion for men and women spread over three levels. Need we say more.

Forever 21: Great for teen girls and the young at heart, Forever 21 has a huge range of girlie goodness.

Kids

Mind Games, The Myer Centre: With an expansive range of games, puzzles and jigsaws, Mind Games is the go-to place for fun!

Australian Geographic, The Myer Centre: Give the gift of adventure and discovery with something special from Australian Geographic.

Mr Toys Toyworld, Queen Street Mall: The only issue you'll have here is trying to decide which of the hundreds of amazing toys to take home!

And that's just the start of it… Brisbane City has something for every Christmas stocking!

Check out more HERE. 



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