Harbour Town Shopping Centre is getting an epic new dining precinct!

Get excited Gold Coast foodies!

Australia’s largest Outlet Shopping Centre, Harbour Town, is about to begin construction on an exciting new multi million dollar dining precinct.

Northern Gold Coasters can now rejoice, knowing that a trendy new foodie destination will be on their doorstep in just a few short months!


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Harbour Town’s Marketing Manager, Deanne Woolcock, says the shopping centre’s dining upgrade will encompass an “expansion of its food offer, providing a broader range of casual dining and restaurant retailers, as well as enhanced ambience and interactive social spaces.”

Of course, the new foodie precinct will capitalise on the outdoor, open air environment that Harbour Town is already known for, combining natural materials with lush landscaping – sure to give that relaxed coastal vibe.

“Harbour Town provides a unique customer experience, focused on outdoor, discount shopping,” Ms Woolcock said.

“The expansion will cement Harbour Town’s position within the Gold Coast’s growing restaurant scene
and give locals a place to bring the family for a meal, entertainment and shopping.”

PHOTO: Supplied – Harbour Town

When asked what food outlets would be moving into the precinct, Ms Woolcock remained tight lipped, but promised there would be cuisine to suit all taste buds.

“The Northern Gold Coast is growing dramatically and residents are searching for an experience when
they eat out,” she said.

“Our new tenants will bring flair and pizazz to our evolving food corridor and take up residence next to our long established restaurants, Grill’d, Nonna’s Restaurant, Guzman Y Gomez, San Churro Chocolateria, and Yum Cha Cuisine.”

The $25 million dollar project is set to open just in time for Christmas shoppers. In the meantime, boarding will be put in place during the development, but it will be “business as usual” for all existing restaurants, cafes and shops.

We cannot wait!

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