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The Myer Centre boasts an incredible array of shopping and entertainment options all under one roof in the heart of Brisbane’s CBD. Featuring the largest Myer department store in Queensland and over 180 specialty stores, The Myer Centre offers...more
The sign said $10 weekend parking - which I would of thought $10 for a 24hr stay..NO NO NO. It is $10 per day. The pay machines were having trouble and the signs directed you to different machines, tried to pay at 4 different station...More
This shopping Centre sits on Queen, Albert and Elizabeth Streets.
I spent a few hours here and enjoyed lunch upstairs at The Beach House.
There are several floors of retail shopping, restaurants, department stores and a great food court downstairs.
This is also the location...More
Visited with my young children when we were visiting from out of town. Waited ages for a lift to get to the lower level. When we wanted to return to the mall no lifts were operating so me and another mother had to use the...More
We visited here on our recent visit to Brisbane and made our way to the cbd shopping district. We looked through the shops and bought some bargain clothes before deciding to check out the nearby cinema.
Although it was a small cinema and probably need...More
I always park here. Today I arrived few minutes before 4pm (flat rate of $10 from 4pm or $12 from 2pm if you book online).
I was charged $43 and when I called attendant to inquire about cost he hung up on me twice. Great...More
Going into the Myer Centre from Toowoomba, is like entering another world. So busy and so many people. But did manage to spend 6/7 hours there. Shopping and looking...having lunch...and also taking in a movie. You can spend so much time there ...and money. Everywhere...More
I was meeting my wife in Brisbane, she'd come up the night before, and I came up on the train. I was supposed to arrive at 11.30 but was delayed and didn't make it till 12. My wife had left the hotel in Southbank, and...More