Comfort Inn Airport Admiralty
95 Nudgee Road
Brisbane, QL 4007
Phone: (61) 7 32687899
Fax: (61) 7 32684194
Whether you want to know about Wicca witchcraft, Buddhism or cracking the bible code, you need look no further than Circling Winds. Stocking a huge variety of new age, occult and other religious literature, there is something here for everyone to sink their theological teeth into. The store has a wide range of posters and prints, including high quality reproductions of artworks by the likes of Dali, and also offers a picture framing service.
Spar bakery makes fresh, enticing bread baked daily on the premises. A delicious range of bread is available including Vienna bread, dinner rolls, whole-grain breads and plaited bread. Often the bread at Spar bakery are cheaper than pre-packaged loaves on supermarket shelves. For something sweeter, Spar bakery makes the most scrumptious of apple strudels, mud cakes and the traditional favorite bread and butter pudding. Birthday and other special occasion cakes can be made to your order. The bakers can even make bread to your special requirements.
Located 12 kilometers northeast of downtown Brisbane and adjacent to the airport, DFO Brisbane offers upscale outlet shopping with an impressive collection of 100 designer and name brand outlet stores. Enjoy savings of 25% to 70% every day. Stores include Colorado, Columbia, Diesel, Fila, Levi's, Nautica, Timberland, Miss Sixty, Nine West, Steve Madden, Quiksilver, Oakley and many more.
Row upon row of blooms of all colors, shapes and sizes from the giant sunflower to tiny baby's breath greet the flower lover. Brilliant orange tulips, or rich creamy doubles; hyacinths and freesias emitting a wonderful fragrance; and a gift selection of pots, urns and baskets displayed in its own mini gallery. A spectacular wedding corner with creamy white flower arrangements and candles would inspire any bride. The staff at the Clayfield Flower Market delights customers with arrangements, gift baskets and indoor plants delivered in the metropolitan area, or interstate and overseas with Interflora.
Palatable Partners' motto is to "serve the best with the best" and operator-owner John MacDonald ensures this by distributing the highest quality cheeses and dairy products. The popularity of the cheese products spawned other delicacies such as oils, vinegars, olives, antipasto, meats, pasta and grains, and herbs and spices. Palatable Partners also offer exclusive services such as advice on menu and wine planning, food and wine matching and food hygiene management. The expert advice and produce is helpful for both experienced chefs and the discerning consumer.
Clayfield Markets Seafood is a seafood lover's dream. With seafood brought in daily from the trawler, the stock is of the freshest and highest quality. Fresh and cooked seafood is available, with prawns and crabs being a specialty. The Clayfield Markets Seafood is one of the best known and respected seafood retailers in Brisbane. Its fresh range of seafood at competitive prices has made the store a popular destination for that special occasion, or to just grab some cooked fish on the way home from work. Conveniently, the store is open long hours and phone orders are welcome.
With three brothers all representing their country, the name Chappell is synonymous with Australian cricket and the fact that Greg's name is associated with this huge cricket supply business is a major draw card. However, big name links or not, this stands out as one of Australia's leading suppliers of cricket equipment and, as their impressive catalog proves, they boast an almost limitless supply of bats, balls, helmets, clothing and equipment. Ordering has been made easy with personal callers outnumbered by national and overseas orders by phone, fax, mail or e-mail ordering.
Previously the owner of the Brisbane Antique Market, Graham See has opened his own shop in a new location stocked entirely with items thoughtfully selected by the man himself. Goods from a range of historical periods are on display, from furniture and clocks to pottery, jewelry and glass. Their friendly knowledgeable staff is on hand to help in store, or shop their extensive collection online. Visit the website or call ahead to know more.
Stiletto caters for women who want interesting clothes that are still stylish and well-made. Apparently new stock arrives every week and covers a wide range of casual weekend wear, seasonal basics, formal day wear and evening wear. Formal day and evening garments are definitely the store's strongest feature. Garments are stocked from size eight to 16 and accessories such as scarves, jewelery and hair pieces are also on offer. Gift vouchers are available and the store provides alterations, hold and special order services.
Morgan and Wacker claim to be the "oldest Harley-Davidson distributor in the world", after opening for business in 1917. They stock a large range of new and used metallic beasts such as Harley-Davidsons, Buell and BMW. Apart from motorcycles, they also sell parts and accessories, clothing, collectibles, services and repairs. There is also a rider-training facility in which novice drivers are taught the basics before embarking on the vast Australian highways. There is another Morgan and Wacker store located at the Gold Coast.
There are four "Australia The Gift" outlets in Brisbane: three in the Queen Street Mall, and one on the corner of Adelaide and Edward Streets. Products range from tacky (kangaroo furs) to quite likable (guide books), but if you are just looking for something with "Australia" or "Brisbane" on it, then there is a lot to choose from. The usual postcards, t-shirts, calendars, stickers, "stubbie" (beer bottle) holders, boomerangs and didgeridoos are in stock, but there are some good quality books and Australian stationery. There is a small selection of Australian food products, for example North Queensland coffee, that would make interesting gifts for friends overseas.
Inside a 1920s red brick Wool store, 40 dealers present 1,200 square meters of interest for collectors and antique lovers, or those who just love to browse. New Farm Antique Center uses the whole ground floor to display old wares, decorator and antique furniture, collectibles (an interesting maritime section) and plenty of English china. There is a mini museum of cups, each one labeled with a description and date, from circa 1750-1850.