Perth shopping centre confirms $63m expansion

Ellenbrook Central in Perth’s north-east will undergo a $63 million expansion.
Ellenbrook Central in Perth’s north-east will undergo a $63 million expansion.

A PERTH shopping centre has confirmed plans for a $63 million expansion which will bring a new Kmart and an additional 20 retailers.

Ellenbrook Central in Perth’s north-east will undergo an 11,000 square metre expansion, taking the centre to more than 120 retailers and brands.

Aldi, Best & Less, Big W, Coles, Woolworths are already at the centre which caters to one of Perth’s fastest growing areas.

Centre manager Mike Barrington said: “This expansion is an exciting new chapter for Ellenbrook Central as we’re growing together with our local community.

“For 15 years, Ellenbrook Central has been a focal part of the Perth’s north-east growth corridor and our customers are highly anticipating Kmart, one of Australia’s most loved retailers, opening next year,” he added.

Inside Ellenbrook Central.

The expansion will create an estimated 500 jobs including 120 jobs through construction and 380 new ongoing retail, hospitality and services jobs for the local economy.

Visiting Ellenbrook Central will be even more convenient with more than 320 new rooftop car spaces topped with solar generating shades.

Upon completion next year, more than 2,300 car spaces will be available for quick and easy parking year around.

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