Robina Town Centre

Gold Coast, Australia

Robina Town Centre

Robina Town Centre is the second largest shopping centre on the Gold Coast, after the recently redeveloped Pacific Fair, covering 34 hectares (84 acres) in the suburb of Robina, with 7 anchor tenants and over 400 retail outlets covering over 130,000 square metres (1,400,000 sq ft).

Construction began on the centre in 1994 and it was at the time the largest mall in Australia to be built in a single development period. Stage One of the development opened in late April 1996 and Stage Two, two extra levels of shopping, in late August 1996. The centre has since been taken over by the Queensland Investment Corporation from the original developers Robina Land Corporation and development and refurbishment has occurred in 2002, 2003, 2006, 2007–09, 2010 and 2014/15. This development has cost $40 million and further development is planned. As well as development in 2006 there were a number of events to celebrate the 10th birthday of the centre. These included celebrity visits and children's events.



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