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HOLIDAY FASHION

fashion. food. lifestyle.

taking you from party to picnic

CHRISTMAS CULTURES

celebrations for the festive season

30 GREAT GIFT IDEAS this year’s best christmas gifts

SUMMER GRILL

quick and easy ideas for your summer barbeque

DRESSING UP your holiday table

TRAVEL WISHLIST fabulous holiday destination ideas

the Christmas issue


christmas SANTA’S ARRIVAL BREAKFAST

Come and join us as Santa makes his magical return to Brookside! At 9am on Saturday 27 November, children can welcome Santa whilst having breakfast and enjoying some great Christmas entertainment in the Eatery Food Court. $10 tickets are available at Customer Service*, and include a child–sized breakfast and a Christmas Gift Bag. *Subject to availability. Hurry, be quick!

SANTA PHOTOS From Monday 29 November, get your photos taken with Santa at Santa’s Throne, Centre Stage. There will be a range of different photo options starting at $10.

SANTA HOURS From Monday 29 November until Wednesday 15 December: Mon - Sat 10am - 2pm Sun 11am - 2pm Thurs 16 Dec Fri 17 Dec Sat 18 Dec Sun 19 Dec Mon 20 - Wed 22 Dec Thurs 23 Dec Fri 24 Dec

2 Season Christmas 2010

10am - 2pm & 5pm - 8pm 10am - 2pm 10am - 3pm 11am - 3pm 10am - 3pm 10am - 3pm & 5pm - 8pm 10am - 3pm


at brookside CHRISTMAS TRADING HOURS*

GIFT WRAPPING

Monday 20 December

9am - 9pm

Tuesday 21 December

9am - 9pm

Wednesday 22 December

9am - 9pm

Thursday 23 December

9am - 12 midnight

Our in-centre charity gift wrapping service will be returning this Christmas. For the cost of a gold coin, customers can have their gifts wrapped in beautiful paper and ribbon, with all proceeds going to Lifeline. The service is located outside Sussan and Tom Browns, near Centre Court.

Friday 24 December CHRISTMAS EVE

9am - 5.30pm

Gift Wrapping will be available every day from Monday 13 December until Christmas Eve from 10am.

Saturday 25 December CHRISTMAS DAY

CENTRE CLOSED

FOODBANK FOOD DRIVE

Sunday 26 December BOXING DAY

10am - 4pm**

Monday 27 December PUBLIC HOLIDAY

10am - 4pm**

Tuesday 28 December PUBLIC HOLIDAY

10am - 4pm**

Wednesday 29 December

9am - 5.30pm

Thursday 30 December

9am - 9pm

Friday 31 December NEW YEAR’S EVE

9am - 5.30pm

Saturday 1 January NEW YEAR’S DAY

9am - 4pm

Until Monday 31 January 2011, you can donate sealed, non-perishable food items to the Foodbank cages located outside Woolworths and Supa IGA. Your support of this campaign is essential to the success of our efforts to help feed those in need in our local community.

Sunday 2 January

10am - 4pm**

www.foodbank.com.au

Monday 3 January PUBLIC HOLIDAY

10am - 4pm**

* Subject to change. Myer, Target, Woolworths and Supa IGA will have extended trading hours on most days. ** Selected retailers only.

This Christmas, Brookside Shopping Centre in partnership with Foodbank is re-launching the Foodbank Food Drive, which encourages the local community to donate food items to help feed families in need.

This publication is produced for the retailers of Brookside. All prices and product descriptions are believed to be correct at the time of printing, however Brookside and its retailers will not be held responsible for any discrepancies.


fashion special

Prouds Cufflinks $24.95 pair

Tom Browns Menswear Renoir turquoise shirt $79.95

Bras’N’things Natalia lace chemise $39.99

Jacqui E Pink bead bracelet $24.95

Tom Browns Menswear Daniel Hechter dark denim jean $89.95

Jacqui E Bobbi lace shift dress $149.95

party

time

Lace prints turn feminine into full-on fun for the festive season. Grab your partner and put on your dancing shoes.

Tip e bolero will cover

A littl your arms and keep an evening chill away.

Target Purple sleeveless dress with rosette $69

Diva Ring $9.99

4 Season Christmas 2010

Spendless Shoes Woodza silver $59.95


Jeanswest Kari Harem pant $49.99

OPSM Versace black and white print sunglasses $350

Jeanswest Nadhima Stripe Bow tank $24.99

Just Jeans Turquoise coloured ring $14.95

fashion special

Sussan Turquoise charm stretch bracelet $19.95

Thip statement sunnies Wit even a casual outfit looks fashionable.

Jeanswest Stripe bag $19.95

casual

Suzanne Grae Multi coloured top blue $39.95

holidays Classic nautical stripes and today’s digital prints merge together for a relaxed, easy look this summer.

Just Jeans Lavender stripe singlet, green singlet 2 for $40 (many colours available)

Just Jeans Blue super skinny core denim jeans $69.95 (2 for $100)

Bras’N’things Super set – ultra violet/black bra and briefs $29.99

Sportsco Adidas mens Adissage $45

Laubman & Pank Oakley sunglasses $129


fashion special

Tom Browns Menswear TSD floral shirt $69.95

Wombat Coral stud trim tank top $29.99, Coral wish tie ž sleeve knit $49.99

Suzanne Grae Multi coloured top with purple trim $49.95

Jeanswest Striped Denim Short $49.99

time for

Optical Superstore Oroton Milano sunglasses $160 (now 15% off)

Prouds Pulsar Chronongraph, 100m WR, was $240, now $130

Myer Cozi bikini bottom $59.95 Cozi bikini top $49.95

friends It’s time for pool parties, dinner by the beach, day trips and reading books. Enjoy a carefree Christmas.

Suzanne Grae Floral Print long dress $69.95

Txiip dresses can be

Ma worn shorter by using a rubberband to catch one side. Make the fabric into a pretty roselike shape and show off those tanned legs.

Just Jeans Washed indigo bag $39.95

Spendless Shoes Slicen natural $49.95

6 Season Christmas 2010


beauty

Price Attack DeLorenzo Ultimate Colour Care Kit $49.95

Terry White Chemists Napoleon Loose Eye Dust Gold $35, Wild Rose $35, Disc Eye Shadows $29 each

Terry White Chemists ModelCo airbrush tan $34.99

Ella Bache Men’s Espresso Range $164. Includes AntiFatigue Moisturiser 50ml and Eye Gel 15ml. Plus a BONUS Hair Grooming Trimmer with purchase while stocks last

Stefan The Alive range has 3 different one minute treatments for $32,95 each, shampoos $29.95 each

beauty

Myer Estee Lauder Pleasures bloom 100ml $145, Estee Lauder Gift Set $120 (When you buy an Estee Lauder perfume you can buy this amazing gift set for $120)

gifts

These gifts you will want to keep for yourself! Pamper someone with a hair treatment, skin treatment or a perfume and makeup super kit!

Ella Bache Give the gift of healthy glowing skin! Our expert Therapists will tailor the perfect gift pack solution for skin good enough to eat

Price Attack Aromas Moroccan Argan Tree Oil 100ml $34.95 Terry White Chemists Invisible Zinc tint $29.99, Invisible Zinc Enviro $28.99


profiles

Christmas

cultures

MULTI CULTURAL FEAST

Xingdong and his wife Lisa run ‘Xingdong Traditional Chinese Massage’ just near Supa IGA at Brookside.

Xingdong is from the Liaoning Province in the northeast of China that over 41 million people call home. Although Christmas is not widely celebrated in China Lisa says it is becoming a popular day with the younger generation. Xingdong and Lisa will spend Christmas here this year even though both their respective families will be in China. They plan to have a day with friends at the Lamington National Park and bring traditional Chinese dishes to their picnic. Lisa says “It’s much easier now to buy traditional ingredients for Chinese cooking at the supermarket and Xingdong loves to cook.” Their get together on Christmas day will be a multi cultural feast where they invite other friends who have immigrated to Australia to join them. In Liaoning Xingdong’s family will celebrate around a large table in the private room of a restaurant. Traditional regional dishes will be ushered in thick and fast to share around the table. Snow will be heavy on the ground and after a few sips of traditional ‘white liquor’, there is bound to be a playful snowball fight. For an appointment call Xingdong Traditional Chinese Massage 3855 8861.

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FAMILY CHRISTMAS TRADITIONS ARE AS VARIED AS DECORATIONS ON A TREE. WE ASKED SOME OF OUR RETAILERS HOW THEY WILL SPEND THEIR CHRISTMAS THIS YEAR. FIJIAN LOVO FEAST

“I can’t wait to spend Christmas with my family” says Epi. “There will be about 30 of us together for our traditional Lovo feast” Epi tells me that the Lovo is like a Hungi where meats, like pork and chicken, are wrapped in leaves and buried in an underground oven. What he is most looking forward to eating though is the island’s seafood and in particular lobster. “All the men and boys get together a couple of days before Christmas and go diving together to catch our seafood for lunch.” What about gifts? “We don’t really focus on presents, the best gift is having everyone together and having a good time.”

main dish on the Christmas table in Negombo and often there will be turkey too. “There isn’t much difference between Christmas in Negombo and Australia,” Emilian says “but France is very different weather-wise.” Emilian lived in France for several years and his wife is also French. Christmas in France is celebrated with a meal on Christmas Eve. “We always have a big meal and champagne on Christmas Eve and usually there is snow everywhere.”

Emilian Jayakody will be celebrating Christmas in Brisbane this year with his family but in the past he has celebrated as far away as Sri Lanka and France.

While there is no chance of snow in Brisbane at Christmas, Emilian and his family will celebrate this year with a nod to both French and Sri Lankan tradition. “Although we will miss our respective extended families this year we will celebrate with great food and wine and some French Champagne.”

Emilian was born in Negombo on the west coast of Sri Lanka. Seafood is the

Pop into the Telstra Shop Brookside and wish Emilian a Happy Christmas.

COMBINING TRADITIONS

(pictured left) BWS Brookside Pol Gessner Champagne $42.99

Most days you will find Epi at Car Heaven just outside Woolworths at Brookside but this Christmas Epi is heading home. Epi will be joining his extended family that are flying in from Canada, New Zealand and Australia to the island of Labasa in Fiji.


best toy ideas

Dick Smith Nintendo DSi XL burgundy console $298

Sportsco Bronco’s Rugby League supporter ball $25

Dick Smith Kids keyboard with stand, seat and singa-long microphone $59.99 (seat not shown)

Myer Road Rippers toy helicopter $26.95

toys for

Myer Moxie Girlz Snow $59.95

playtime The latest toys are in the stores, be fast and keep the kids happy with the best noise makers, girlie toys and electronic game fun available. Dick Smith Electronic digital drum set $59.99 Dick Smith Wild Science beauty salon set $39.99

EB Games Call of Duty Black OPS on Xbox 360, Playstation 3 $119.95, PC $99.95 (trade deals available)

EB Games Kinect for Xbox 360 $199, 4GB Console Bundle $449, 250GB Console Bundle $548

10 Season Christmas 2010


Dick Smith Amazing 288+ Science Centre $59.99

best toy ideas

Sportsco Nike T90 Pitch soccer ball $30

Target Tough Stuff Power Crane $25 Target Baby Alive Whoopsie Doo Doll $39

Target Gorgon Water Gun $23.20

need ideas for entertainment? Myer Lego Atlantis $79.95 Target Boys bike $89

Target Vtech Spongebob laptop $89

Target Groovy House Polly the Smoothy Maker $19.20


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Angus and Robertson Book seat – great for reading in bed, has an inbuilt pocket for reading glasses $39.95

2.

Anthea’s Tin adult collectable flying saucer $19

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great gift ideas under

$50

12 Season Christmas 2010

There is something for everyone! We did the hunting and gathering to save you time. Enjoy Christmas with great gifts.

3.

Anthea’s Marilyn book box, large $39.90, medium $29.90, small $19.90

4.

Anthea’s Red star hanging tealight $36.50

6.

5.

House & Garden Salt & Pepper grinders (red) $33.95

Anthea’s Tealights large $11.90, small $9, tiny $10


8.

House & Garden Glass mosaic candle votives x 3 on plate $39.95

9.

House & Garden Apple glitter decorations $4.95 each

7.

Sussan Long multi coloured necklace $24.95

10.

Dollars & Sense Lightup snowman (changes colour) $3.95

11.

Angus and Robertson Women’s Weekly Eating Together $43.99, Women’s Weekly 12 Day’s of Xmas $32.95, Dirty Weekends – New Edition $34.95

cute and quirky 12.

Myer Beach seat $44.95

13.

Sussan Hanging turquoise and chain stud earrings $16.95

14.

Myer Coconut Grove beach bag $34.95


17.

Myer Wicker picnic basket $89.95

19.

Price Attack Ceramic curling iron $69.95

18. 15.

Zelows Giabella large tote white and black $89.95

Zelows Giabella black clutch bag $59.95

16.

Myer Sheridan towel $59.95, Vue towel $49.95, Sheridan beach towel $49.95

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great gift ideas under

$100

14 Season Christmas 2010

Show them how much you love them and bring joy this Christmas with the perfect thoughtful gift. Indulge.

20.

Price Attack Silver Bullet wicked blowdryer $99.95

21.

BWS Brookside Moet Champagne $84.99

22.

Terry White Chemist Red fit flop $99.95


25.

Laubman & Pank Bvlgari sunglasses $370

23.

Terry White Chemists Davidoff Champion, Eau de Toilette 90ml $125 (Gift with purchase Hair & Body Shampoo 200ml)

24.

26.

Prouds 18ct Ring ‘One Carat Look’, was $1499 now $999

Angus and Robertson Kobo e-book with 100 classic books for FREE $179

27.

Optical Superstore Oroton red spectacles $240, Verge Blue spectacles $220

over

$100

28.

Myer Giorgio Armani Code, Eau de Toilette $125

29.

Myer Givenchy Very Irresistible $112

30.

Terry White Chemists Guess seductive, Eau de Toilette 75ml (gift with purchase Cosmetic bag) $120


food special Is there a better way to cook a relaxed summer meal than on the barbeque? The humble barbeque is used all over the world to bring people together. We have some quick and easy ideas to liven up your Barbeque this summer!

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HOW TO COOK THE PERFECT BBQ STEAK Ray Kelso at Barrow Lane Butchers says the best way to cook a steak on the Barbie is with a beer in your hand. Or if you prefer a chardonnay or shiraz he says that’s quite acceptable too. Choosing your meat is important and the staff at Barrow Lane can offer suggestions to suit. Ray says his favourite barbeque steaks are from the 100% Australian, family owned Nolan range and has offered the following tips; 1. Make sure the barbeque is up to temperature before cooking 2. Rub some oil on the steaks, not the barbeque 3. Season the steak with sea salt and fresh ground pepper 4. Keep plenty of room between the steaks on the grill 5. Rest the steaks for a few minutes on a plate before serving Barrow Lane Butchers Ph: 3355 0060

MARINATED CHICKEN SKEWERS Try these yummy crowd pleasers! 500 grams fresh chicken breast 1 red capsicum cut to bite size pieces 1 green or yellow capsicum cut to bite size pieces cherry tomatoes marinade 1 handful of fresh coriander 1 handful of fresh mint 2 cloves of garlic 1 red chilli zest and juice of 1 lemon sea salt and ground black pepper olive oil Cut the chicken into similar sized cubes and place in a bowl. Blend all the marinade ingredients (except the olive oil) in a food processor, then loosen to a paste with a little olive oil. Add the marinade to the chicken pieces and mix well. Marinate in the fridge for at least an hour.

SPINACH AND BLUE CHEESE SLIDERS Try this gourmet burger recipe for grown ups 500 grams lean beef mince 150 grams gorgonzola 1 small onion diced 1 egg 1 tablespoon Dijon mustard fresh chopped Italian parsley sea salt & ground black pepper In a mixing bowl, combine the ground beef, diced onion, egg, Italian parsley, salt and pepper. Stir to combine. Take handfuls of mixture and form into rounded patties or sliders. Portion the gorgonzola and poke into the centre of each slider, then reform the slider. Cook on the barbeque for 2 minutes per side.

Assemble the skewers by adding alternate pieces of chicken and vegetables.

Split the buns in half and place on the edge of grill and cook until lightly toasted.

Grill for around 5 minutes, turning regularly, until cooked. Feel free to cut a piece of chicken open to check if they’re done.

Serve the sliders on the grilled buns with spinach, mayo and fresh tomato.


get the look

dressing up your

holiday table Leading Brisbane Stylist Liz Golding mixes homeware basics with glamour decorations to bring instant delight to a festive table.

18 Season Christmas 2010


Also featured main image: Myer Mystique Napkin White $4.95, Mystique placemats $8.95, Pearl lights $21.95, Maxwell Williams Conical Diamonti vase $29.95, Maxwell Williams Diamonti bowl $29.95;

Myer Silver Twilight glass tree $14.99 each

Target Stanley Rogers Morgan 42 piece cutlery set $70

Target 16 piece Horizon red dinner set $30

Target ML16 piece white dinner set $40, So Drink set of 6 Diva white wine glasses $20, restaurant quality tablecloth 148 x 213cm $30.

Myer Bon Bon set of 12 for $19

Myer Silver Twilight arch $29.99 each

Myer Silver Twilight wreath $39.99

Myer White present shaped decoration $6.99 each

Myer Red luxe decoration $12.99 each


travel My Vietnamese itinerary was thwarted by a typhoon the day of my arrival into Hanoi. No longer able to snake my way down Vietnam’s curvaceous coastline to Ho Chi Minh, I soaked up what Hanoi had to offer and was pleasantly surprised. I was also glad I had earplugs. Hanoi is the locust-like sound of a million 50CC mopeds punctured with the continual ‘beep beep’ of Road Runner. And if you decide to wait habitually at a pedestrian crossing for the lights to change, you may end up looking like Wile E. Coyote. Red traffic lights don’t hold vehicles to a stop as you might expect, in Hanoi you just need to put one step in front of the other and go. Hanoi is a city on the move. A city that has been conquered and colonized repeatedly over the last thousand years has developed steadily by putting one foot in front of the other. An increase in tourism has led to a mix of preservation and expansion in Hanoi. Buildings are being renovated and spruced in the Old and French Quarters, giving way to boutique hotel and new dining options, while high-rise commercial buildings are popping up around the outskirts. It is possible in Hanoi to have an espresso and a croissant at the terrace table of a French café and then turn a random corner and feel like you’ve stepped back in time. Follow a lady in a conical hat with a bamboo pole stretched across her shoulders, baskets of produce weighting down the ends to the pho street stalls. Families gather around these street stalls at small plastic tables on tiny plastic chairs slurping up steaming pho.

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A morning walk around Hoan Kiem Lake and over the red lacquered Huc Bridge is a great way to start the day in Hanoi. Spend the afternoon exploring Hanoi’s ‘36 Streets’, named from the artist guilds that developed in the Old Quarter. Silk Street – Hang Dao, Silver Street – Hang Bac, Hang Thiec the street of tinsmiths. You’ll find traditional lacquerware and craft stores, smart boutiques and art galleries and on Hang Gai tailors will make you anything from a three-piece suit to a silk tunic. Take a trip up north to Ha Long Bay and spend two nights on a boat exploring the UNESCO World Heritage Site. Be mesmerized by thousands of limestone islands rising out of calm waters that legend tells us were created by a great dragon that lived in the mountains. Halong translates as ‘where the dragon descends into the sea’ and it was his tail that smashed through the limestone structures to create the islands. I may have daydreamed that Captain Jack Sparrow was sure to round an islet at any moment. Hanoi still retains a sense of ‘Indochine’ romanticism in its tree-lined lakes, sweeping boulevards and French cafes. A hint of Hanoi’s ancient past is felt in its guild streets, temples and craft stores. A vibrant street culture is witnessed in its markets and at dinner where families dine street side on steaming pho. If your travel plans through Asia happen to be thwarted, Hanoi is not a bad place to be stuck at all. Just bring your earplugs. A 14 Day package tour of Vietnam starts from $1090 at Flight Centre Brookside.

han destination


christmas travel

wishlist

STUCK FOR A GIFT FOR THAT PERSON WHO HAS EVERYTHING? HOW ABOUT A FLIGHT CENTRE GIFT CARD THIS CHRISTMAS

The famous Huc Bridge, Hanoi

USA – With the strengthening Australian dollar, there has never been a better time to book a trip to America. There is something for everyone in the USA: the bright lights of Vegas, Disneyland in Anaheim or a Broadway show in New York. Direct connections to LA are available with Qantas or V Australia starting from $1350 including taxes.

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WRITTEN BY JEN MOSES

CRUISING – There is no better value holiday for families, couples or singles than a cruise. The beauty of cruising is that almost everything is included in the price – travel, accommodation, meals and entertainment (and you only need to unpack once!) Cruises from Brisbane start from $799 per person for 7 nights. VIETNAM – An up and coming destination for first time and experienced travellers alike is Vietnam. Tours provide the advantage of experienced local guides, authentic accommodation options, optional transfers, sightseeing and some meals. A 14 Day tour of Vietnam starts from just $1090. FIJI – Bula! Fiji is such a great destination for families or couples and is a popular honeymoon destination. The islands are as visually spectacular as the Fijians are welcoming and heart warming. 
Packages include return airport transfers, meals, drinks and activities. All inclusive packages start from $539 for 4 nights. Now is the time to book to get the best deals of the year. Come and see one of our friendly consultants in store with years of travel experience. Visit our exciting new shop, opening end of November next to Australia Post. CHRISTMAS “RELOCATION” SPECIAL Book and Pay in full by 31 December 2010 to receive $100 off for international packages and $50 off for domestic packages. Flight Centre Brookside 3355 0173


christmas Begins Monday 1 November

Saturday 27 November

SANTA’S ARRIVAL BREAKFAST

FOODBANK CHARITY CAMPAIGN

9am Food Court. Tickets $10 at Customer Service

Donate a can today outside Woolworths & Supa IGA

Begins Monday 29 November

Monday 13 December

SCHOOL HOLIDAYS COMMENCE

PHOTOS WITH SANTA from 10am weekdays at Centre Stage

Begins Monday 13 December

22 Season Christmas 2010

Saturday 25 December

GIFTWRAPPING

CHRISTMAS DAY

from 10am daily outside Sussan

Centre closed


at brookside Sunday 26 December

Monday 27 December

BOXING DAY

PUBLIC HOLIDAY

Selected retailers open 10am - 4pm

Selected retailers open 10am - 4pm

Tuesday 28 December

Friday 31 December

PUBLIC HOLIDAY

NEW YEAR’S EVE

Selected retailers open 10am - 4pm

9am - 5:30pm

Saturday 1 January

Monday 3 January

Wednesday 26 January

NEW YEAR’S DAY

PUBLIC HOLIDAY

AUSTRALIA DAY FAMILY FUN DAY

9am - 4pm

Selected retailers open 10am - 4pm

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BROOKSIDE DIRECTORY MAJORS Crazy Clarks Myer Supa IGA Target Woolworths Woolworths Petrol

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Bright Eyes Diva Jox n Sox Strandbags Zelows

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FOOTWEAR FOOD – EAT IN/ TAKEAWAY BB’s Coffee & Bake Donut King Finnegans Café Gloria Jeans McDonald’s Michel’s Patisserie Sizzler The Coffee Club The Brook Hotel Today’s Sushi

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FRESH FOOD Bakers Delight Barrow Lane Butchers BWS Healthy Life Lenards

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WOMEN’S & MEN’S FASHION Bras’N’Things City Beach Cotton On Cruise Clothing Jacqui E Jeans West Just Jeans Millers Fashion Club Noni B Rockmans Sportsco Sussan Suzanne Grae The Works Tom Browns Menswear Wombat

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JEWELLERY Bellrose Jewellers Michael Hill Jeweller Prouds Wallace Bishop

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MOBILE PHONES

FOOD – THE EATERY Hung Lee Keiki Japanese Pacific Catch Pantry Coffee Shop Subway Taj Kebab The Carvery Wendy’s

Mathers Shoes Spendless Shoes Sportsco Williams The Shoemen

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HOMEWARES & GIFTS Anthea’s Godfreys House & Garden Kenny’s Cardiology Loot Homewares Robin’s Kitchen Pictureland

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TRAVEL Flight Centre Harvey World Travel Incorporating Travelex Money Exchange RACQ Travel & Cruising

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SERVICES Australia Post Car Heaven (car wash) Cool Body Asian Healing Hi Speed Internet Kiosk Key to Sole Mr Minit Peerless Dry Cleaners Police Beat RACQ Tick Tock Xingdong Chinese Massage

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MEDICAL SERVICES Brookside Family Clinic MBF Medicare Melanoma Scan QML

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PROFESSIONAL SUITES

GENERAL Angus & Robertson Brook Nextra News Brookside Music Centre Dick Smith Dollars & Sense (near IGA) Dollars & Sense (near Target) EB Games Flowers Anywhere Paramount Photos Terry White Chemists

BANKING SERVICES

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Dentist – Dr Perrett Doctor – Dr Stinton ITP

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OFFICES - LEVEL 1 Centre Management Curves Morgan & Wacker Motorcycle and Training

159 Osborne Road Mitchelton

UBD 138 L4

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TEL 3355 5211

Season Christmas Magazine 2010  

Brookside Shopping Centre Season Christmas Magazine December 2010.

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