Guide to Shopping around Moreton Bay

Shopping and Markets in Moreton Bay

While the Moreton Bay region is famous for its stunning marine park and hinterland activities, there’s also a thriving retail scene waiting to be explored.

This vibrant region, north of Brisbane, boasts a hidden treasure trove for shopaholics. Whether you’re a fashion fanatic, a connoisseur of local crafts, or simply love hunting for unique souvenirs, we unveil the perfect spots to indulge your retail therapy cravings while soaking up the stunning Moreton Bay region.

So, pack your bags (with a little extra space), and get ready to discover a shopping experience that complements your Moreton Bay adventure.

Major Shopping Gems

Westfield North Lakes

Known as North Brisbane’s premier shopping paradise, Westfield North Lakes is a huge shopping hub that is home to all the biggest and best major brands, mini-majors and beloved specialty stores, cafes, restaurants, Event Cinemas and more.

From your major retailers like Kmart, Rebel Sport, Cotton On Mega, JB Hi-Fi to specialty shops including Ally, Betts, Rainbow Nails, Naturally Organic Hair, Forever New, Skechers, Pumkin patch, Tree of Life, STA Travel, and Charcoal Clothing.

IKEA North Lakes

IKEA North Lakes is a 29,000m2, two-storey store that is only one of two Queensland IKEA outlets. It features a combined showroom and market hall space, a self-serve warehouse, a Swedish Food Market and Bistro and a 400+ seat IKEA restaurant serving the iconic IKEA meatball!

Did you know the North Lake IKEA outlet operates TWO $80,000 food composters that turn the food wastage produced by IKEA’s North Lakes and Logan outlets into fertilizer to be used y farms and schools across SEQ?

Costco North Lakes

You’ll find everything you could possibly need under Costco North Lakes’ roof, including bulk groceries and other goods such as furniture, homewares, home entertainment, electronics, clothing, kids toys, potted plants and much more!

The iconic Costco food court serves up very cheap and delicious American style foods including hot dogs, large New York pizzas, hot chips and refillable soft drinks.

Note: A membership is required to enter Costco – but it’s worth it for the savings and the experience!

Unique Boutique and Local Flavour

Orange Sherbet Boutique

Orange Sherbet is a ladies fashion and gift store in the beautiful Redcliffe bayside area.

Designed to make ladies feel welcome and valued, it’s a haven for women of all shapes and sizes, and it’s the perfect place to quench that retail therapy thirst (and even buy your special someone a nice gift)!

Why not purchase a breezy dress for your days on the beach, or a stylish outfit for your evening out on the Redcliffe Peninsula?

Dreamtime Kullilla Art

Step into a world of colour, stories and ancient indigenous culture at Dreamtime Kullilla Art. This family-owned indigenous art gallery and retail shop stocks quality, genuine, royalty-paid Aboriginal art products.

Perfect for gifts or souveniers, you’ll enjoy browsing the diverse range of ethically sourced and honestly priced products from keyrings, tablecloths, laptop bags, coffee cups and jewellery to “proper” boomerangs, books, maps, bush tucker and medicine.

Meandering up the stars from the retail shop you’ll discover the Dreamtime Kullilla Art Gallery and the studio space of resident artist and business owner Michael Connolly.

Markets and Family Fun

Redcliffe Markets

It’s all about the location when it comes to the Redcliffe Farmers and Artisans Market. Stretching along Redcliffe Parade, right by the seaside, with amazing views, the Redcliffe Markets is a cemented Redcliffe foreshore event.

With live music, a delicious food scene and quality shopping, it’s one of the region’s most identifiable landmarks, and has no second hand bric-a-brac items but is rather a cornucopia of home décor, fashion, exotic imports, trendy crafts and fresh produce.

And the best part? Your furry friend is welcome to come along!

Old Petrie Town

Set among a beautiful backdrop of ancient Moreton Bay fig trees and heritage buildings, Old Petrie Town is home to a range of restored shops, ghost and historical tours, a museum, dining options including a 50’s diner, and bustling Old Petrie Town Country Markets every Sunday (well worth taking a Sunday drive for)!

On the last Friday of every month, you can also enjoy a night of entertainment, food and family at the moonlight markets. Find artisan market stalls on the village green, side show alley and flavours from around the word as well as unicorn rides, petting zoo’s and reptile shows.

Peninsula Fair Shopping Centre & Hoyts Cinemas

Peninsula Fair is a family friendly convenient centre with major stores like Kmart, Coles, Best & Less and 75 specialty stores including a food court, fashion jewellery and health and beauty.

Not to forget the iconic Hoyts Cinema which boasts cutting-edge technology, including crystal-clear digital projection and immersive sound systems, and hosts a range of special events and screenings throughout the year.

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Acknowledgement of Country - We would like to acknowledge the traditional owners of the lands and waterways of the Moreton Bay Region, the Kabi Kabi/Gubbi Gubbi, Jinibara, and Turrbal people and pay our respects to their Elders, past, present and emerging. We recognise the ongoing connection that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people have to this land and recognise Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people as the original custodians of this land.