Secret Harbour Shopping Centre development starting to take shape

Works started on the $58 million Secret Harbour Shopping Centre redevelopment in February.
Works started on the $58 million Secret Harbour Shopping Centre redevelopment in February.

THE Secret Harbour Shopping Centre redevelopment is starting to take shape, with new floor tiling and painting in place as part of the mall refurbishment.

The $58 million Charter Hall project has included a major redevelopment of the existing centre as well as the introduction of a wide range of new businesses.

A new McDonalds store is now open, with The Lucky Charm newsagency and a newly refurbished Woolworths supermarket due to open in November.

Meanwhile, a range of new stores will also be open soon.

From major retailers Coles and ALDI, to Red Dot, Dome, Rockmans, Jamaica Blue, Sushi Master, Dancin Wok, Secret Harbour Medical Centre and Sky Tree Massage – the new stores will provide a huge new range of products for local customers.

Charter Hall development manager Ben Lourey said all the centre’s usual favourites were still open, including Wild Posy, Clearwater Surf, Australia Post, Donut King, Brumby’s and Chicken Treat.

“A new casual dining precinct will open along Oasis Drive, we’ll have new amenities and plenty more in 2017,” he said.

For information, visit www.secretharboursc.com.au.