You could get lost in here for hours: rickety bookshelves, squeaky floorboards and (allegedly) a million second-hand books.
A recently relocated and expanded downtown bookshop selling arty, eclectic reads. Opens early to distract the business crowd on the way to work.
Kuranda’s markets are throbbing by midday, and the Original Kuranda Rainforest Markets has incense sticks burning in the ground and an authentic vibe.
Under a grove of huge Moreton Bay fig trees, this hippie riverside market features organic foods, gourmet breakfast stalls, herbs and flowers, jostling for elbow room with bric-a-brac and buskers.
The city’s biggest antique emporium is inside a 1929 theatre, with over 50 dealers selling all manner of historic treasure/trash: clothes, jewellery, dolls, books, ‘60s Hawaiian shirts, lamps, musical instruments, t…
This warrenlike, upstairs shop is home to an astounding collection of vinyl, CDs, DVDs, posters and other rock memorabilia. ‘Brisbane’s most interesting shop’ (self-professed).
The Doomadgee Aboriginal Community, 93km west of Burketown, has a retail area and fuel available. Village access is at the discretion of the community council.
There's more than a touch of Japanese style evident at this hip boutique. Beautiful fabrics and fine details feature prominently in skirts, jackets, wraps, tunics, jewellery and retro winter knits.
A highlight of Paddington’s boutique-lined main street, Retro Metro stocks a brilliant selection of vintage gear: cowboy boots, suits, cocktail dresses, handbags, jewellery, vinyl, '80s rock T-shirts, sunglasses, va…
An iconic manufacturer of Aussie bush/farm gear, RM Williams stocks natty leather boots, hats, oilskin jackets, belts, jumpers and flannelette shirts: the kind of stuff your rich agricultural uncle would wear when h…