Fresh look at Perth shopping centre

The renovated fresh food precinct at The Square Mirrabooka. Photo: David Baylis
The renovated fresh food precinct at The Square Mirrabooka. Photo: David Baylis

HOT on the heels of its Property Council WA award for Shopping Centre of the Year, The Square Mirrabooka has unveiled a multimillion dollar renovation.

The centre spent $3.2 million revamping its fresh food precinct, which included modern fit-outs of the five speciality retailers to complement anchor tenant Woolworths.

Perron Group asset manager Alwin Bax said it was designed to present as a global market hall offering an authentic market experience.

“It’s a welcoming space which invites our customers in to peruse and purchase food and produce from our fresh food retailers,” he said.

The renovated fresh food precinct at The Square Mirrabooka. Photo: David Baylis

“We hope it will become even more of a cultural hub for our community, a space to meet and experience some of each other’s food and culture in a warm and welcoming environment.”

Abdul Sofi from John’s Fresh Fish Mart. Photo: David Baylis

Mr Bax said the interiors and exteriors had been re-fit at John’s Fresh Fish Mart, Mirrabooka Bakery, Mirrabooka Fresh, The Meat Giants and Shaheen Store.

Mai Hoang, owner of Mirrabooka Bakery. Photo: David Baylis

The centre is holding an official launch event on September 21 and 22 featuring cooking demonstrations by cookbook author Tenina Holder, live music, food tastings, a pop-up market, face painting, balloon twisting and giveaways.

Mirrabooka Fresh. Photo: David Baylis

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