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Westfield Knox unveils brand new food court

A relocated and reimagined food court, incorporates national brands Mad Mex, KFC and Subway

Westfield Knox has opened a reimagined and relocated food court on level one as part of its $355 million redevelopment.

With sought-after food operators slated to open in stages from Thursday 26 October, the Westfield Knox community will have a variety of options to choose from, including the introduction of popular national brands Mad Mex, KFC, Chatime, Roll’d, Subway and Soul Origin, the addition of A+HK Café, Bonbons Bakery, and New Era Dumplings, and local favourite Royal Donuts.

Westfield Knox Centre Manager, Kristian Nicholls said: “We’re excited to open the new food court at Westfield Knox, giving the community another place to come together and connect over a meal, quick bite or refreshment.

“Today marks another milestone in the transformation for our customers, bringing us closer to our next launch where we’ll see large-format fashion retailers open in our new Australian and international fashion precinct.”

The new food court brings more choice and complements the dining offer already available across the Westfield Knox Ozone precinct and fresh food gourmet marketplace, providing customers with grab-and-go and sit-down casual dining options.

To celebrate the launch, customers can experience live music, face painting for kids, and exclusive giveaways and retailer offers.

The $355 million transformation of Westfield Knox includes:

  • New gourmet marketplace on Level 1, featuring approximately 50 retail partners and food catering experiences including Woolworths and ALDI supermarkets
  • Level 2 retail mix spanning a diverse mix over 20 new and existing business partners, including rebel and JB Hi-Fi. The mix features fashion, beauty, lifestyle, youth and homewares as well as other uses
  • Community initiatives including a full-sized FIBA grade basketball court and nature-inspired outdoor kids play space
  • Feature artworks by indigenous artists the Young Family and Brook Andrew
  • Introduction of more inclusive amenities such as gender-neutral amenities, a changing places facility and a calm room
  • Introduction of new parking management system to support customer experience
  • Installation of onsite rooftop solar system, glass crushing and food composting system
  • A relocated and reimagined food court, incorporating national brands Mad Mex, KFC and Subway
  • Introduction of a new mini-major precinct, incorporating new and existing brands
  • A new swim school concept operated by Aquatic Achievers, featuring a 25-metre pool offering swimming lessons for children up to 12 years of age
  • A new 2,000m2 Knox public library and co-working space
  • A new internal kids play space
  • Comprehensive internal updates including new flooring, new ceilings, changes to skylights and finishes throughout, as well as upgraded amenities
  • Improved accessibility including a regularly scheduled ‘quiet hour’ event to be implemented in centre
  • Installation of smart recycling bins and rainwater harvesting tank.

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