Completion of $350m Mandurah Forum redevelopment close with grand opening date set

Completion of $350m Mandurah Forum redevelopment close with grand opening date set

COMPLETION of Mandurah Forum’s $350 million redevelopment is near with the grand opening set for Thursday, March 22.

The new Mandurah Forum will be anchored by a brand new David Jones and H&M in the fashion mall along with retailers such as Seed, Bonds, Lovisa, Bardot, Cotton On, Peter Alexander and recently announced Mecca Maxima.

Centre manager Jacqueline McKenzie said the Forum, which has nearly doubled in size, would provide the Peel Region with a fashion destination like never before.

“I am very excited to announce the day we bring this vibrant new shopping destination and community hub to the region,” Ms McKenzie said.

“I am grateful for the community’s patience and excitement throughout the redevelopment, and I can’t wait to show them the completely transformed centre – I think they will agree it has been well worth the wait.”

Other fashion retailers confirmed for the grand opening include Cotton On Kids, Cotton On Body, Sunglass Hut, Portmans, Forever New, Bras n Things, Tarocash, Supre, Jacqui E, Honey Birdette, Sportsgirl, Oakley Vault, Just Jeans, Universal Store, Jeanswest, Sussan, TS14+, Gazman, Naturalizer and Decjuba.

Footwear retailers such as Wittner, Skechers, Platypus Shoes and Footlocker will also open in the fashion mall on grand opening day.

Grand opening celebrations would also cater to the youngest members of the family, as the popular Paw Patrol characters will visit the centre daily from March 22 to April 2.

The revamped centre will have new and improved amenities, such as new parent rooms and state-of-the-art parking facilities, holding more than 2800 shaded car bays with park assist technology to make parking as convenient as possible.

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