One of Australia's oldest libraries, Braille House in Annerley, is Brisbane's newest second-hand bookshop
The Really Good Bookshop is a reader’s paradise, practically bursting at the seams with a huge range of books, book-related gifts,
An historic West End church has been converted into beautiful secondhand and indie bookstore The Book Merchant Jenkins
Hidden down an industrial side street, Lawnton Book Stop carries over 30 000 titles across all genres
Salisbury Community Bookshop is a treasure trove of bargain books for all ages, housed in a former grenade factory in the heart of Salisbury
Book Face Orion at Springfield Central offers a welcoming space to browse books and enjoy a cup of coffee
Scrumptious Reads in Red Hill is not only a cute suburban book nook, it’s also an event space and a private dining room.
There's a quirky new reading revolution that is quietly spreading across Brisbane (and the world) - pop-up Street Libraries.
Tucked away on the edge of a suburban garden in West End is a teensy ‘community library’
QAGOMA Store is a trio of brilliant retail outlets located within QAG and GOMA where you’ll find everything from the world’s best art and culture publications
This cute little bookshop by the bay is a wonderland of delightful surprises and has big kids and little kids alike completely enchanted.
Little Gnome is Wynnum's new independent bookstore/café where cups of Montville coffee are served alongside literary classics and new novels
Logical Unsanity Bookshed is a quirky, cool and totally unexpected treasure trove for bookworms on the lookout for a bargain.
This gem of a little bookshop can be found sharing a piece of astroturf and some footpath furniture with Green Door Cafe next door.
There is far more to the collection than can be found on the shelves at this fantastic little shop under the State Library.
It’s hard to say what takes centre stage here – the book shop or the bamboo and sheer-screened cafe on the deck.

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