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Show holiday: what's open in Gympie Friday?

Opening hours for shops in Gympie this show holiday.
Opening hours for shops in Gympie this show holiday. Renee Albrecht

THE GYMPIE TIMES OFFICE

Show Holiday: CLOSED

SUPERMARKETS

Coles Gympie: 8.30am-5.30pm

Woolworths, Gympie: 8.30am-5.30pm

Woolworths, Southside: 8.30am-5.30pm

Woolworths Cooloola Cove: 8.30am-5.30pm

ALDI, Gympie: 9am-5pm

IGA, Gympie: 8.30am-5.30pm

IGA, Rainbow Beach: 6am-8pm

IGA, Tin Can Bay: 8am-5pm

RETAIL STORES

Sunshine Mitre 10: 8.30am-4pm

Bunnings: 8.30pm-5.30pm

Harvey Norman: 10am-4pm

Big W: 9am-5pm

Target: 9am to 4pm

CONVENIENCE STORES

Monkland News & Convenience Store: 5.30am-2pm

Long's Crescent Rd One Stop Shop: 7am-5pm

Needful Things Convenience & Takeaways, The Palms: 7am-2pm

Jones Hill Store: 5am-7pm

Ginger's On Horseshoe: 6am-6pm

Heilbronn's Friendly Grocer, Duke Street AND My Butcher: 6.30am-6pm

Gympie West General Store: 5.30am-3pm

Sea Salt @ Rainbow, Rainbow Beach: 5am-7pm

OTHER

Nextra Gympie: 9am-2pm

Nextra Goldfields: 8:30am-1pm

McIntosh Meats: From 8am

Lowes:10am - 2pm

COFFEE SHOPS

Café Matisse: CLOSED

Coffee Rocks, Rainbow Beach: 6.30am for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Hampton and Harlow: 6am-12pm

Gloria Jeans: 6am-3pm

Soma Soma: 7.30am into the evening for wine bar and tapas

Emilias: 8am-11.30am

Craft Punk Espresso: 7am-3pm

Toucan coffee: 5am-12 noon

Sunshine Cafe at Mitre 10 : 8.30am - 3.30pm.

Farmer and Sun: CLOSED

The Decks: CLOSED

Heavenleigh Cupcakes: CLOSED

Coffee Barn Café: CLOSED

ENTERTAINMENT

Gympie Cinemas: 10am-7pm (check website for session times)

The Gympie Jungle: 9am-5pm

Gympie Ten Pin Bowling and Entertainment: 12pm-8pm

Gympie Aquatic Recreation Centre: 8am-5pm

Gympie SkateZone: 11.00am-1:30pm, 6.30pm-9.30pm

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