From modest beginnings back in 1986 in a Kelvin Grove shop on the corner of Eureka Street and Kelvin Grove Road in Brisbane, our wooden furniture was hand-made and polished on site to the highest standards. Eureka Street Furniture has expanded to twenty furniture stores around Queensland and Northern New South Wales and is now regarded as one of the leading furniture stores in Brisbane and its regional areas.
This firm, originally a husband and wife operation, has close to 100 employees and has become a trusted household choice in quality furniture throughout Brisbane and greater Queensland. Eureka Street Furniture was the first furniture retailer in Brisbane to care for the environment by making wooden furniture from timber recovered from demolition sites, many well known, like the Coca-Cola factory in James Street, Brett’s Wharves and the Roma Street Rail Yards. All Eureka furniture stores stock timeless wooden furniture made from recycled timber, much of it well over a century old, which originally put us on the map in Brisbane for quality furniture stores.
Eureka Street Furniture stores are located throughout Brisbane, Gold Coast, Townsville, Cairns, Toowoomba, Tweed Heads, Ballina, Kawana, Gladstone, Noosa and Coffs Harbour. We specialise in modern and classic furniture made from new and recycled solid timber using century-old techniques. Our 12, 000 sq. mt factory in Archerfield Brisbane allows us to make prompt and efficient deliveries, giving us a leading edge on our competitors
Eureka also services wholesale sales to customers in Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, Perth and New Zealand. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you are interested in one of our quality products, and we will have one of our friendly sales people contact you. We have expanded our huge furniture range to include sales in modern and contemporary wooden designs in Victorian Ash, Oak, European Beech and Australian Blackwood as well as leather and fabric lounges to suit everything from trendy Brisbane high-rises to coastal homes in Gladstone, Tweed and Townsville.