Brunswick Street Mall

Fortitude Valley, Brisbane Area

Humour your inner hipster in the heart of Fortitude Valley. With a history of eccentric characters and a taste for the alternative, Brunswick Street Mall is a magnet for all things boho. Today it's a highly accessible and flourishing destination that has clung to its left of centre edge.

Dubbed Australia's first 'Special Entertainment Precinct', you'll never be short on ways to amuse yourself around these parts. Favourably positioned in the centre of the action, Brunswick Street Mall is a hotbed for The Valley's world-class live music scene and is brimming with bars and clubs sure to get your adrenaline pumping.

Take in the mall's more leisurely side by pulling up a chair at an outdoor cafe and watching the world will pass you by. Relax in the sun at an outdoor beer garden and you'll see students, travellers, designers and professionals alike basking in the brilliance of this eclectic scene. The mall is also home to weekend markets that offer fashion from up-and-coming designers, jewellery, collectables and gifts.

Facilities

  • Car park

Other Information

Accessibility:

Accessible facilities available. Please contact operator for specific details.

Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.
Brunswick Street
Fortitude Valley, Brisbane Area
Queensland
Australia

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