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Dymocks Brisbane

72 Queen Street
Brisbane, QLD Australia 4000

Trading Hours

Monday: 09:00 AM - 06:00 PM
Tuesday: 09:00 AM - 04:00 PM
Wednesday: 09:00 AM - 04:00 PM
Thursday: 09:00 AM - 04:00 PM
Friday: 09:00 AM - 04:00 PM
Saturday: 09:00 AM - 04:00 PM
Sunday: 09:00 AM - 04:00 PM

Special Trading Hours

03/08/2021: 09:00:AM - 04:00 PM
04/08/2021: 09:00:AM - 04:00 PM
05/08/2021: 09:00:AM - 04:00 PM
06/08/2021: 09:00:AM - 04:00 PM
07/08/2021: 09:00:AM - 04:00 PM
08/08/2021: 09:00:AM - 04:00 PM

Due to the latest COVID-19 restrictions, our trading hours may vary. Please call the store to confirm our opening times.

CLICK & COLLECT now available here

Our beautiful new store is now open! Come see us at 72 Queen Street, Brisbane.

With 60 stores in Australia and over 7 million books sold last year, Dymocks is the leading bookseller in Australia.

As a family owned business and the oldest Australian-owned bookstore, Dymocks prides itself on meeting the leisure, learning and gift needs of all booklovers. As a franchised network Every Dymocks store is owned and operated by locals who are extremely well-read and passionate about books. They do more than just sell books but rather support their communities by expanding their reading knowledge.

Dymocks is constantly evolving to keep pace with today’s customer and prides itself on setting the standard in bookselling and leading the way with the same enthusiasm and progressive retail approach that has ensured its business success to this day.

 

Events

Dymocks Store Event: John Shobbrook In Conversation with Matthew Condon - Book Free Tickets Here
John Shobbrook In Conversation with Matthew Condon - Book Free Tickets Here
Date:
13 Aug 2021
Time:
6:30 PM to 7:30 PM
Venue:
Brisbane Square Library; 266 George Street, Brisbane QLD 4000 Australia
Cost:
FREE but bookings essential
Enquiries:
07 3403 4166
Operation Jungle is a gripping true story about the high cost of truth and the far-reaching tentacles of greed and corruption that cross state borders and legal jurisdictions. In the late 1970s, criminal mastermind John Milligan and his associates conspired to import heroin into Far North Queensland via a remote mountain top airdrop. In a story that is stranger than fiction, it took them three trips through dense jungle to locate the heroin, but they only recovered one of the two packages. When narcotics agent John Shobbrook took on the investigation of this audacious crime, codenamed ‘Operation Jungle’, his career was on the rise within the Federal Bureau of Narcotics. What he discovered unwittingly set in motion a chain of events that not only destroyed his own career, but led to the disbanding of the Narcotics Bureau. Books will be available to purchase and be signed on the night.
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Dymocks Store Event: David Gillespie Talk - Book Free Tickets Here
David Gillespie Talk - Book Free Tickets Here
Date:
21 Aug 2021
Time:
12:00 PM to 1:00 PM
Venue:
Brisbane Square Library; 266 George Street, Brisbane QLD 4000 Australia
Cost:
FREE but bookings essential
Enquiries:
07 3403 4166
In his new book, Brain Reset, bestselling Australian author and researcher David Gillespie shows us how to break the cycle of addiction, anxiety and depression and reset the brain. We are more addicted than ever before, which is playing havoc with our dopamine levels. This is fuelling epidemic-like levels of depression, anxiety and stress. Gillespie reveals a large and robust body of research that shows how addictive activities, such as screen use, sugar consumption, drinking, gambling, shopping and smoking, spike our dopamine levels, which in turn affects our brain's ability to regulate our mood. As a society, we are experiencing soaring rates of depression and anxiety,which correlate almost exactly with increased opportunities to engage with addictive activities, particularly screens. The good news is that we can break the cycle to make things better. There are myriad root causes of mental illness, many of which are beyond our control; David argues that it makes sense to tackle the thing that is within our control - our see-sawing dopamine levels. Books will be available to purchase and be signed on the night.
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