We invite you to the NEW McKinney’s Pink Door

The McKinney’s family is proud to unveil the grand transformation at their flagship store located in 1000 Ann Street, Fortitude Valley.



Stepping into this newly renovated boutique is an invitation to immerse oneself in an enchanting world of elegance and splendour, marking a truly remarkable chapter in the brand’s storied 139-year history.

The exquisite ambiance of the boutique captivates visitors with its sophisticated and luxurious atmosphere, enveloped in soft pink hues. Every detail has been meticulously curated to showcase a stunning collection of one-of-a-kind jewellery and international treasures that radiate with unparalleled elegance.



Designed to transport visitors into a realm of timeless beauty and refined taste, the McKinney’s flagship store’s ambiance is a warm and inviting space, with soft pink tones complementing the dazzling jewellery on display. The thoughtfully crafted layout enhances the browsing experience, allowing you to explore the curated collections with ease.


“Our vision for the renovated McKinney’s Jewellers at 1000 Ann Street was to create a space that not only pays homage to our rich history but also reflects the modern and sophisticated essence of our brand. The boutique is more than just a store; it’s a destination where our customers can immerse themselves in the allure of fine jewellery.”

Andrew McKinney Welch, owner and fifth generation of McKinney’s Jewellers.



As McKinney’s Jewellers embarks on this new chapter, we extend our heartfelt gratitude to our loyal customers and friends who have been an integral part of our journey for over a century. The legacy lives on, and we eagerly look forward to welcoming the community to experience the refined beauty of our transformed flagship store.




Our Journey Since 1884

McKinney’s store on Ruthven Street, Toowoomba.
Sheep herded outside of McKinney’s Toowoomba 1954.

Front Christmas Window Display.
Original McKinney’s store on Ruthven Street, Toowoomba c1900

McKinney’s Santa Claus Sleigh Parade
on Ruthven Street, Toowoomba, 1952.