The Queen Street Mall is a pedestrian mall located on Queen Street in the centre of Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. The mall extends approximately 500 metres (1,600 ft) from George Street to Edward Street, and has more than 700 retailers over 40,000 square metres (430,000 sq ft) of retail space, which includes six major shopping centres. It receives over 26 million visitors each year. It was intended to bring more people into the central business district.
The mall was designed by Robin Gibson (architect). After being closed to traffic in 1981, the initial pedestrian mall was opened by Queen Elizabeth II on 9 August 1982, in order to be ready for the Brisbane Commonwealth Games. Initially, the section of Queen Street between Albert Street and Edward Street was partitioned off to form a pedestrian-only retail precinct, and it was then extended in 1988 to include the section of Queen Street between Albert Street and George Street, timed to coincide with Brisbane's Expo '88.
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CYP RESS | Mar 20, 2018
Great place in need of a decent coffee shop! Such a shame. They have all closed down - have no idea why. There isn't much coffee shops left. You have very few options and it's a pain in the backside. What is going on Brisbane? This is 2018, we are moving backwards. 😱 I hope to open one soon!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Cuz I can't stand it!
Jun Peris Napitu | Mar 15, 2018
While my stay in Brisbane for a night i spent most of my time here. Walking around to find something to eat or get some gears. I bought frozen coke as in Bali we don't have it. Bought sushi for lunch, hungry jack, Chinese noddle etc.. This place is great Walking around window shopping And night time u can see attraction of live performance So its great...
Ameer Meerzaee | Jan 23, 2018
Great shopping area with many options to fill your day. A number of cafes and restaurants also available to enjoy food and drinks. There are parking and street parking available but better to catch public transport to city. Fridays open till 9 and till 6 or 7 every other night. Nicely designed building and designer cloth stores.
Ross Caruso | Jan 12, 2018
Our mall had come a long way since I've been going there for the last 30 years. It's will manicured, heaps of specialty shops, really good food and restaurants. Historic building and facades are all renovated and modern inside. It's wide and never over crowded. Some shelter from rain is available on the edges. It's always clean and well maintained.
Emily McDonald | Apr 15, 2018
I have been a Brisbane-ite for 10 years now. I am still discovering little nooks and crannies in and around Queen Street. It's a great central spot for meeting up with friends. Plenty of food options to choose from. Unfortunately, both locals and tourists can be inconsiderate and throw rubbish on the ground everywhere. I frequently see cleaning staff and council workers hard at work but I can think of a lot more rewarding jobs out there! :-/ Be prepared for it not to be up to some standards in other countries but the culture and behaviour needs to change; not necessarily a reflection on hardworking staff.
Thomas Chan | Jun 12, 2018
A very nice pedestrian mall with some interesting shops. Should try the restaurant at the middle of the mall called Jimmy's at the Mall. Very convenient location, within walking distance to some tourist attractions. For money exchange, only one with Western Union don't charge commission. The other 2 charge a lot of commission. Be careful. .
Ron Pauley | Jun 12, 2018
Day or night always something to see, not to mention the shops along the way.. but the outdoor restaurants give that cosmopolitan feel which keeps the mall alive all hours. If you are in the area, give it a walk through.
Jeanette Mcdonald | Jun 20, 2018
Hadn't been here for years and not much has changed. A few more upmarket shops that were customer free. Trees have grown well. It's what you find in any large town.
Paul Mason | May 10, 2018
A two block long open air shopping district. The entire area is given over to pedestrians - cars are banned from the entire two blocks. The street itself is lined with 3 major shopping centres, a bunch of smaller arcades and of course individual shops of all kinds that open directly onto the street. During trading hours, it's a great place to experience the weather and lifestyle that Brisbane is all about. However, trading hours finish quite early (ie in the evenings at about 6pm), and the area empties out quite quickly. After that time it's not worth the trip.
Bernard Tee | May 12, 2018
The main street in Brisbane CBD. Recent upgrades and addition of some artsy instalments, such as the lit up "Queen Street Mall" sign has brought much needed life and atmosphere to the place. Lots of people on a weekend night but not to the point of over crowding. Good walking distance to the Myer Centre shopping precinct, public transportation and city landmarks (Town Hall Square and ANZAC memorial). One of the best city centrals in Australia!
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