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Queen Adelaide Building
Brisbane City, Brisbane Area

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07 3006 6290

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Located opposite The Myer Centre at the George Street end of the Queen Street Mall, the Queen Adelaide Building has a distinctly sporty flavour.

The historic building, one of Brisbane's oldest, is a former convict barrack and is now home to Queensland's flagship Sportsgirl store, as well as other quality retailers such as Igedo and Rebel Sport and other sporty brands.

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Children are welcome.

Disabled access is available.

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The Queen Adelaide Building is part of the Queen Street Mall. Access via public transport is available and there are plenty of car parks in the city centre if you are driving.

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90-112 Queen Street
Brisbane City
Queensland 4000 Australia

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07 3006 6290

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