If you’re into all things second hand, Stones Corner is an absolute must.

The suburb is centred around a strip of boutique clothing stores, op shops, cafes, restaurants and trendy bars.

It really is the perfect spot to spend your day off.

Jumping from op-shop to op-shop is easy here, you’ve got Salvos, the RSPCA, Save the Children, Lifeline and Vinnies all within a couple hundred metres of each other.

Lifeline Shop at Stones Corner

In other words, if you can’t find a bargain in Stones Corner, there’s something wrong with you.

If you want some pampering, why not stop into one of the suburb’s many beauty bars.

Sugar Nails & Beauty is award-winning for its nail art.

Nail design at Sugar Nails & Beauty

Other saloons include Sensational Look Nails and Beauty, Pro Nails & Thai Massage, Wendy Levis Hair, Jalli Hair, KOR Hairdressing… the list goes on!!

All that shopping and pampering is sure to work up a hunger and thirst, luckily Stones Corner is home to some of Brisbane’s best eats.

In the centre of the strip, you’ve got 5 Boroughs serving big juicy burgers.

A few metres down the footpath there’s Stones Throw Espresso to keep you caffeinated.

On the southern end of the street, you’ve got Shady Palms Cafe & Bar-  a small Queenslander that pumps out delish brunches and brews.

Shady Palms Cafe & Bar

And on the far northern end is quite the establishment – The Stones Corner Hotel.

If you’re keen for an ice-cold brew and hardy meal, this is the spot to stop in.

Inside the Stones Corner Hotel

So next time you’re scratching your head for weekend ideas, get to Stones Corner.

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