Quality Hotel Platinum Int'l
326 James Street
Toowoomba, QL 4350
Phone: (61) 7 46340400
Fax: (61) 7 46340488
Paddy's Fabrics is heaven for those who have the time and skill to make their own clothes and decorations. There are hundreds of different color and texture fabrics to choose from in the large store. Apart from fabrics, art and craft supplies, upholstery, sheets, towels, mugs, craft books and much more are available for those with a creative urge. Paddy's Fabrics also have a "Clover Club" in which members receive 10% discount on non-sale items.
Everybody loves a bargain, and they do not come any sweeter than at Candy Kingdom. A visit here is like a journey of the senses, as wall-to-wall confectionery is on display. They offer wholesale prices direct to the public on local products as well as major brands such as Cadbury, Mars and Nestle. One of the major challenges of shopping here is deciding what to buy from the multiple tempting options.
Located 20 kilometers southwest of Brisbane, DFO Jindalee offers upscale outlet shopping with an impressive collection of 80 designer and name brand outlet stores. Enjoy savings of 25% to 70% every day. Stores include Converse, Fila, Just Jeans, Steve Madden, Charcoal, Max Power and many more. Visit their website for the complete list of stores, sales & events and more.
The village atmosphere pervades this collection of up-market shops, well-known for providing a great selection of fruit and vegetables at the Gap Family Market. With the delicatessen, butcher and grocery products surrounding the mouth-watering displays, the choice is enormous. Boxes of little red potatoes sit among other boxes of every kind of greenery you can imagine, with selections of cheeses accompanied by Mediterranean and Eastern delicacies. The delicatessen will provide you with your cold specialties and more types of olives than any Greek-food lover could want.
Despite the plethora of surrounding hills, Brisbane lacks one big draw card for the avid winter skier - snow. This does not mean however, that one of Brisbane's largest ski wear and equipment suppliers are doing slow business. With plenty of winter skiing in the south, this is the shop to prepare for some excitement on the piste. With its own travel booking facilities and expert staff, finding the destination is as easy as finding the right gear. The excellent Internet site also includes Snow-Cam; to update pictures of your skiing destination.
Ooh La La stocks a wide range of accessories for all ages and for all occasions. Beautiful scarves and handbags are the store's strongest feature. The costume jewelery is very popular, particularly with the older generation. The store is, however, bringing in a line of jewelery that meets the market trends of the younger generation as well. Whilst the jewelery range available does not really offer value for money, the products still make an affordable alternative to the real thing. The vast range of other accessories available at Ooh La La are of good quality and are reasonably priced.
The cost-friendly department store since 1971, Kmart can help clothe the kids, equip the kitchen, fill the Christmas stocking or just provide film for the camera. Sections are clearly labeled (on high) to enable quick access to your required item. There are extensive toiletry and confectionery sections; gardening and outdoor furniture; electrical goods and phones. Watch out for regular "flash" sales advertised in the press. Customer service (including refunds) available at the front desk. Home delivery arranged for large items and six stores in Brisbane have Tyre & Auto Service Centers. Fifteen stores in Brisbane, 34 in Queensland.
Some years back, no one felt the Indooroopilly Shopping Town could not get any bigger, but recently on went another clever mezzanine level, to give even more choice. You can happily cruise three shopping levels (remembering where you entered as ground level is different east and west) and a fourth, to relax, with movies and the food court at the top. Myer, Target, K-Mart, Best & Less, Chandlers and Harvey Norman lead the field with hundreds of fashion, home wares, electrical, computer, phone, book shops and more!
There are enough materials in here to keep artists content for days. Catering for a professional and hobbyist market, Art Land stocks quality fine art papers, oils and acrylics, watercolours and brushes. Along with other general materials, folk art, lino print, calligraphy, glass and silk painting and sculpturing supplies can be found on the well-stocked shelves. An extensive range of prints, frames and instructional art books are for sale as well.
This extensive bicycle warehouse has a large selection of all the top brand and discount bicycles, available in the store. Offering warehouse prices to the retail customer, including extended service plans and a warranty, this spacious store is hog heaven for the pedal-powered enthusiast. The staff are able to help you to find a bike for your size, needs and price range. Included is a broad repair and servicing facility, which offers basic services.
A small store packed to the rafters with exciting, educational toys, games and puzzles. Bim Bam Boom is proud to remain a Barbie and gun-free zone. The huge range of developmental, fun and interesting products will keep you browsing for hours. Art workshops are run most days of the week for children over two years. Check website for information and times.
With 120 stores across Australia and 18 in the Brisbane area, Sportsco is the familiar high street name when it comes to multi-sport shops. Stocking equipment and clothing for all sports, including an extensive range of footwear, Sportsco has succeeded in keeping up with the demand of Australia's sporting public. Free membership of Team Sportsco provides further benefits, with exclusive offers and the latest promotions offered exclusively to the serious sports person.