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Shopping, spas and sweets - Brisbane for the ladies

Stamford Plaza
Stamford Plaza

BRISBANE is a city which offers everything from shopping secret tours to spas and clubs.

And did we mention chocolate? 

 

Shop till you drop - Want to know where to find Brisbane's boutique shopping haunts?

Join a tour where you'll be introduced to iconic Aussie labels and home-grown Brisbane brands.

Think: fashion, home wares, perfume, chocolate and beauty products.

 

Best spa none - This isn't just a day spa; this is your temple to terrific.

Treat yourself to an act of pure indulgence at Stephanies at the Sofitel Hotel.

You can experience the delight of a Tibetan Sacred Massage, Jetlag Recovery or an Indian Head Massage.
 

High on life - It's rich, it's sweet, it's magnificent.

At the Stamford Plaza you can indulge in a Chocolate High Tea Buffet - yep, all the chocolate dipped strawberries you can eat.

There's also a Traditional Brisbane Morning Tea as well as a Lobby High Tea here.
 

Life's pretty sweet - Still craving more chocolate?

Well, now you can learn all about this exotic art at the Art of Fine Chocolate and the World of Chocolate.

Learn, taste, and even take a three-hour chocolate cooking experience.

Sweet.
 

Fine designs - Brisbane has some of the country's best shopping.

Explore The City for leading department stores and high end international labels, head to the Valley for fashion forward cool, wander down James Street's tree-lined boulevards for stylish Australian boutiques, browse Paddington for antique heaven or forage the South Bank Young Designers Markets for our home-grown talent.

 

Lap of luxury - Bacchus brings a bit of LA luxe to Brisbane's South Bank with an opulently decorated restaurant, chic bar and a glowing blue pool for those wanting a late night dip.

Each element of Bacchus has been created for those wanting to indulge.

 

Quirky Queenslander - Mix some quirky Queensland architecture, relaxed Hawaiian vibes and juicy cocktails and you'll have the bustling beauty of Alfred and Constance.

The venue caters to your every need - start the night tucking into their home-style cuisine, explore their moody jazz cellar and finish it off with a dance in their Tiki-bar.

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