Like that reliable, familiar friend that you can always rely on for advice, company and chicken soup when you’re unwell, Buranda Village almost always offers what you need.
Here’s why we think Buranda Village is the most convenient spot to shop.
It’s all about the location
No car? No problem. Buranda Village is within walking distance of the popular Buranda bus station, just across the road from the Princess Alexandra Hospital and a short 15-minute walk from Stones Corner. It’s really easy to access from Brisbane CBD with multiple bus lines taking just 15 minutes, and even less if you have your own car.
Pick up the essentials
When you’ve run out of bread, need emergency wine for a dinner party, or are low on paracetamol, it’s comforting to know there’s somewhere like Buranda Village to access life’s essentials in a hurry. There’s Woolworths for your weekly grocery shop, Cellarbrations for booze, Chempro for your pharmacy needs, Fuji Mart for specialty Japanese ingredients and Commonwealth Bank for any banking.
Run those errands (don’t let them run you)
From altering clothing to seeing the dentist to getting spare keys cut, life has a way of always adding small pieces of admin to our never-ending to-do list. Luckily for you, Buranda has the services to handle these tasks and more, so bundle them up and head on down if you need a manicure, barber, massage, dentist, newsagent, gym membership, key cutter, shoe repair man, dry cleaner or clothing alteration store.
Dine in or take away
There’s something so lush about having someone else do the cooking (and the dishes). Buranda offers a wide range of dining options perfect to dine in or take home. Add spice to your life at Guzman y Gomez, Oporto or Nando’s. Enjoy Asian flavours from Jackpot Express, Sunny Doll Sushi and Cuisine, Vietnamese Oven, Sushi1 and Luv-A-Coffee. Or keep it simple with a kebab from Origin. And definitely grab a bubble tea from Oiian on your way out.
Facilities that make it simple
Did you know Buranda has a parents’ room? For many, it’s small things that make a difference when doing the weekly shop. Facilities matter and Buranda Village offers plenty of disabled parking and easy access ATMs.
Hundreds of car parks
The best things in life are free... just like the car parking at Buranda Village. The centre is fortunate enough to offer more than 500 car spaces, making it straightforward to find a spot in a jiffy. Of course, given the location, there’s a three-hour cap on the complimentary parking. It’s not an issue as that’s plenty of time to dash about with errands, do your grocery shopping and stop for lunch or coffee.