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BrisStyle Twilight Christmas Market, Brisbane


You might have thought King George Square looked pretty fine during the day and maybe a tad finer at night, but it’s at twilight City Hall really shows off its colours. And what better backdrop when you’re shopping the evening away — especially when the King George is filled with some of Brisbane’s best designers and makers, and you’re looking for Christmas presents,

The festive offshoot of the regular Brisbane Twilight Market, this event will show off a sizeable array of stalls — more than 80, in fact — all staffed by some pretty nifty and talented local artists. Expect an eclectic selection of items, so prepare to browse and buy. You’ll be perusing everything from handmade clothing, accessories and leather goods…



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