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Port Adelaide Plaza strengthens retail mix with new retailers announced

Precision Group’s Port Adelaide Plaza welcomes new stores Surf Dive ’n Ski, U-Cool Bubble Tea and S2 Thai Street Food. The list of new, engaging and dynamic stores confirmed to open later this year is growing by the week. National retailers Bakers Delight, Just Cuts, Central Beauty and Adelaide retailers, Niji Sushi, Sky Mobile and Canopy Home Fashion have all been confirmed.
The centre, which is home to a Kmart, Coles, ALDI, Liquorland and The Reject Shop, is estimated to draw 3.5 million customers a year and has a strong retail, food and service offering. 
Surf Dive ’n Ski Port Adelaide is one of only five Surf Dive ’n Ski stores in Adelaide. Stocking leading brands in surf, skate and street, including Billabong, Quiksilver, Roxy and RVCA, the team prides itself on exceptional customer service and product knowledge. 

Surf Dive ’n Ski Port Adelaide is one of only five Surf Dive ’n Ski stores in Adelaide
Surf Dive ’n Ski has a strong belief in supporting the sports that are ingrained into the brand’s DNA. From grassroots skate clinics and surf days, through to bigger, higher profile competitions such as the Australian Junior titles, the Surf Dive ’n Ski goal is to increase participation rates of action sports across the country. 
Family owed business and success story, U-Cool Bubble Tea owners Hannah and Sam looked at the migration of young families to Port Adelaide and surrounding areas as a real drawcard for the funky dessert and bubble tea bar. 
U-Cool Bubble Tea, Port Adelaide Plaza
S2 Social Street Thai restaurant joins the swelling list of casual dining and quick bite options for dine-in or takeaway that include Lonestar Rib House & Brews, LLaw Boutique – Café and Wine Bar and Soonta a healthy Vietnamese restaurant, Ban Ban a ‘chimaek’ diner and Sorriso Cucina Italiana, an Italian inspired kitchen from the owners of SVAGO and the legacy of Adelaide’s ETC – East Terrace Continental.
Casual dining and quick bite options for dine-in or takeaway

Asset Manager, Michael Gillett said: “We’re excited these retailers have chosen to open stores at Port Adelaide Plaza. Each store is the result of detailed design. By responding to what our shoppers want, we are curating an ‘everyday’ mix for the entire community – the shopper, the retailer and for those simply looking to experience the centre. Places have been intertwined into the design to gather, to sit, to watch and to participate.” 

Canopy Home Fashion is an SA local homewares, gifts, fashion, jewellery and handbag retailer. Canopy Home Fashion will stock a beautiful range of home décor, beautiful gifts and homewares with a meticulously selected range of fashion and accessories to suit a variety of tastes and age groups, and will be one of the very few stores in South Australia to offer local and national brands under the one roof.
State-of-the-art amenities at Port Adelaide Plaza include beautifully appointed restrooms and parents’ rooms fitted with quality tapware and fixtures to balance form and function, creating sustainable luxury. In a first for Adelaide, Port Adelaide Plaza features a unique play space to stimulate and engage today’s generation of kids. The play area features a dual 80-inch touchscreen Kidszone with ‘Tiny Town’ content, a ‘Whoosh’ light and sound tunnel, and light reactive slide and fun talk into ‘Leaf Tree’ to activate light and sound reactive and play moulds in a variety of sizes and a hopscotch flooring game. 

“The completion of Port Adelaide Plaza’s $50 million redevelopment will realise our vision to create an ‘everyday needs’ community shopping centre with great casual dining options to cater to the 209,000 residents that live in the trade area of which over a quarter are households with children. We have a unique opportunity to create the right balance of social, environmental and economic conditions for our retailers, shoppers and the Port Adelaide community now and in the future,” said  Trevor Dill, Precision Group, Chief Operating Officer.

On completion later this year, Port Adelaide Plaza will accommodate more than 70 stores and services with an expected value of $133 million.

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