Eastern Creek Quarter (ECQ) will celebrate its first birthday with a month-long festival of family fun.
Celebrations will kick off on Friday 28 May from 3pm with face painting, live music, balloon twisting and prizes to be won as the centre transforms into a community fair, full of fun activities to keep shoppers and kids entertained all day. Shoppers will also enjoy live entertainment and a host of retailer offers and giveaways throughout the month-long celebration.
“We’re excited to be marking our first anniversary and celebrating all that has been achieved at ECQ over the past year,” said ECQ Centre Manager, Amanda Whittle.
After a pandemic-related false start, ECQ officially opened to the community in June 2020.
To thank ECQ customers for their continuous support for local businesses, the first 500 customers to spend $30 or more across specialty retail stores will receive a $10 gift card from 7 to 21 June.
“We have teamed-up with some amazing vendors to ensure this event provides an experience the whole family will enjoy, and showcases the unique beauty and passionate spirit of the ECQ community,” Whittle said.
“We want to take the opportunity to celebrate the success of the operators who have been with us from the start, as well as all the exciting additions we have seen in recent months.”
Located in a high-profile Western Sydney Parklands location, the Frasers development is a global leader in environmental sustainability. Stage one has achieved a certified 6 Star Green Star Design & As Built rating by the Green Building Council of Australia.
With a full-line Woolworths supermarket, ECQ houses a mix of local concepts, quality brands and the unique ECQ Social precinct, with its covered and alfresco seating, outdoor deck, kids play area and large format outdoor digital screen.
The first stage of ECQ covers approximately 10,000m2 of gross lettable area and features 1MW of solar panels, a 200kL onsite rainwater tank, water management features to capture and re-use water for irrigation and amenities purposes, extensive landscaping and trees in the external carpark area, bicycle parking facilities, internal landscaping and greenery, and more.