In 1898, James McWhirter and his son were friendly rivals in the drapery business. Over the ensuing years many additions and ... More
In 1898, James McWhirter and his son were friendly rivals in the drapery business. Over the ensuing years many additions and changes were made to the five-storey red-brick building situated imposingly on the corner, showing its curved window bay and castellated pediment to great advantage. Formerly only retail, now it boasts over a 100 new apartments as well as a comprehensive produce section, food court and a number of specialty shops. Wander around to enjoy history and great shopping together!
Queen Victoria Building (QVB) was built in 1898 to celebrate Queen Victorias golden jubilee. This building is a perfect blend
of historic and shopping experience. It resembles Byzantine palace perfectly with the central copper dome, glass roof, original floor ...
Back when the mall was refurbished, 1200 construction workers spent about 150,000 hours working on it. As one of the
major attractions in the city of Brisbane, Queen Street Mall covers an area the size of two rugby league ...
Become part of Brisbane's history with a stay at Base Brisbane Central more than just a great location! Party up
in the world renowned Down Under Bar before sleeping it off at our historic site.*We want you to enjoy ...