Secret Harbour Square located in the outer suburbs of Perth, re-opened its doors in June 2017 following a $63 million transformation into one of the southern suburbs’ most exciting retail precincts, and now celebrates a year of trade.
The opening of Secret Harbour Square in the coastal community, included the much-anticipated opening of new ALDI and Coles supermarkets, as well as the addition of 30 new specialty stores.
Charter Hall’s Head of Retail Development Yvette Keatings said the new centre reflected the community’s demand for a diversified, convenient and modern retail experience that kept pace with the area’s rapid growth.
“In redeveloping Secret Harbour Square we listened to residents and responded with an exciting new retail centre that will be a truly important part of the community for years to come. The new centre offers shoppers more choice, whether in retail shopping, banks, medical services or food and beverage options. Everything they need and want is quite literally under one roof and that is really important in terms of convenience” Ms Keatings said.
In listening to the community, we created a place that reflects the local landscape, supports the community through ongoing initiatives and delivered brands that meet the needs of our valuable shoppers. The level of enthusiasm for this project from the community has been extremely encouraging and we are immensely proud of what Charter Hall has been able to deliver.”
Along with the new ALDI and Coles supermarkets, a number of new and existing specialty stores opened at Secret Harbour Square including H & R Block, Secret Harbour Medical Centre, Priceline, Iconic Nails, Clearwater Surf, Jeanswest, Rockmans, Sapore Gourmet Pizza, Secret Harbour Fish & Chips, Sushi Master, Subway, Secret Asian Kitchen, Dancin Wok, Jamaica Blue, Wild Posy, Secret Harbour Post Office, The Lucky Charm newsagent, Escape Travel, Volona & Associates, Bendigo Bank, Funky Mexican Cantina, Dome, Caffissimo and Wiggly Toes.