What Not to Miss on Your Trip to Fortitude Valley

Posted on Jan 21 2016 - 9:08am by Lilies and Daisies

Roadtrip in Fortitude ValleyLooking to have a fun-filled daytrip this weekend somewhere in Brisbane? Check out Fortitude Valley. It’s popular for its unique charm, thanks to its mix of the old and new – “raw, yet sophisticated,” as described byVisit Brisbane. There are many interesting things to see and experience in this bustling, beautiful place. You’ll see unique eateries and cafes, galleries, and indie boutiques – a simple stroll around would be a delight. Book your Fortitude Valley accommodation today and discover what you shouldn’t miss on your trip to this wonderful destination.

Brunswick St. shopping

If you’re in for some great shopping experience, you should visit Brunswick St. There, you’ll find a store named Fallow. There are a couple of interesting things about this boutique: a 1960s staircase leads to its antler-handled door; the basement-styled store is hidden; and it offers probably some of the best fashion and accessories in town. Drop by Heidi Go Seek and Incube8r if you want to take home some cute souvenirs. These stores offer various beautiful handmade arts and crafts.

Food tour

The streets of the Valley offer eateries serving a wide array of food. There is no reason to go hungry while on tour. You can find everything from coffee shops and hotdog bars to Japanese restaurants. If you feel like drinking, check out the back streets for milk bars and beer gardens.

Chinatown

For more of shopping and food tasting, visit the Chinatown mall. Here you’ll find various shops and eateries offering good buys at low prices. You can buy clothes and Asian goodies or enjoy a cup of tea, while enjoying the Chinese architecture.

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Phillip Bacon Galleries

The Valley is also home to some art galleries frequented by artists from in and out of Brisbane. The Phillip Bacon Galleries is one of the oldest and most famous. It features works of national treasures such as Charles Blackman, Rupert Bunny, and Margaret Olley. The gallery also exhibits paintings and sculptures of other Australian contemporary artists. If this gallery doesn’t seem enough, there are three more to explore within Fortitude Valley.

If you think a day isn’t enough to experience all these, it’s easy to extend your stay in the Fortitude Valley accommodation that you booked. Take your time touring around and be ready to fall in love with the Valley.