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Do your Christmas shopping when you arrive

By admin | December 6, 2015

Are you going on a holiday but haven’t managed to get your Christmas shopping done yet? We’ve got you covered in Brisbane, Sunshine Coast and Gold Coast.

Gold Coast

Have you just arrived to the Gold Coast and are freaking out because you haven’t got the Christmas presents yet? Not to worry, there’s plenty of places you can go to get the best presents.

Pacific Fair

Pacific Fair in Broadbeach (closely located to Air on Broadbeach and Freshwater Point) is a newly renovated shopping centre with many new boutiques and stores to fill your Christmas present desires. A small list of shops located at Pacific Fair include: General Pants Co, Universal Store, Dissh, NIKE, Bardot, Launa Jane, LUSH, Dusk, Michael Hill, Myer, Pandora, Camera House and many more.

Robina Town Centre

Robina Town Centre in Robina (roughly a 15 minute drive from Air on Broadbeach and Freshwater Point) is one of the most popular shopping centres in the area. With shops from David Jones, NIKE to Apple and Calvin Klein to Zara, there are a variety of different presents that can be bought. From high end stores to general shops for example Big W there’s something for everyone at Robina.


Photo Source: robinatowncentre.com.au


Harbour Town

Harbour Town in Biggera Waters (approximately a 20 minute drive from Air on Broadbeach and Freshwater Point) is one of the biggest outlet shopping centres we have in Australia. This open air shopping centre is very popular with the tourists and locals. With the vast variety of shops from RM Williams, Nike, Everlast, David Jones outlet and many others. You are sure to find a couple if not all of your Christmas presents.

All of these shopping centres have gift wrapping services available closer to Christmas. Robina Town Centre and Pacific Fair also have Santa visits for the little ones.


Sunshine Coast

We’ve picked out some of the best places to shop on the Sunshine Coast so that you can get all of the Christmas presents for the family.

Bulcock Street

Bulcock Street shopping in Caloundra (a short walk from ULTIQA Shearwater) is one of the most popular shopping places in the suburb. The street is lined with over 100 shops – all unique and different from each other.

Sunshine Plaza Maroochydore

Sunshine Plaza Maroochydore (a short drive from ULTIQA Shearwater) is one of the largest shopping centres on the Sunshine Coast. There’s plenty of present ideas for the whole family here.


Photo Source: sunshineplaza.com


Kawana Shoppingworld

Kawana Shoppingworld (a short drive from ULTIQA Shearwater) is another large shopping centre on the Sunshine Coast. The types of shops you are likely to find in this centre is; Big W, Wallace Bishop, Pandora, Roger David, Angus and Coote, plus many more.

Sunshine Plaza and Kawana Shopping World both have kids club in the centre as well as Santa visits. Depending on the store and the day you go, there is gift wrapping services available.



If you haven’t bought your Christmas presents yet, not to worry. Brisbane has got some of the best shopping areas and all just a short walk/drive from ULTIQA Rothbury.

Queen Street Mall

Queen Street Mall is the most popular shopping area in Brisbane. It has over 700 stores from high end to cost conscious, as well as many restaurants, cafes and local entertainment options.

Brisbane Arcade

Brisbane Arcade is located in Queen Street Mall and is a large historical building filled with designer fashion stores and jewellers.

The Myer Centre

The Myer Centre Brisbane is located along Queen Street as well and is filled with popular brands for example; Myer, Bardot, Best n Less, Just Jeans and many others.

The above stores/shopping centres are only a short walk/drive from ULTIQA Rothbury. All of these stores are on the same street, therefore extremely easy for you to access all of these shopping areas and have a wide range of Christmas present options for your loved ones.


Photo Source: novion.com.au


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