The first super-regional shopping centre north of Brisbane.
If you are looking for a good grocery store on the Sunshine Coast you can always find one at the Sunshine Plaza Shopping Mall. And if you are in the Maroochydore/ Mooloolaba region searching for “Shopping Centre near me” or “Woollies near me” you will no doubt come across the Sunshine Plaza Mall.
There is every imaginable shop, ranging from Baker’s Delight to Kathmandu sale shop… as well as Anaconda Stores for all your shopping needs. The Sunshine Plaza shopping centre also caters for those who may need an upgrade on their mobile phone at the Telstra Shop. There are electronic stores to browse and a TV shop to buy the latest sound equipment or a popular movie. And yes, there is a Reject Shop where you will find that bargain item. There is even a tobacconist at Sunshine Plaza Shopping Centre.
Every outlet is catered for… from a quaint book store to the all-important food court. Why not enjoy your Muffin Break coffee while you do your Coles online shopping? There is even a Barber Shop where you can get the latest hairstyles, while others go shopping. You may even find the Secret Sneakers Store.
With Black Friday 2021 approaching, Sunshine Coast locals will find the greatest range of gift ideas and homewares to choose from. So be prepared for the Black Friday sales so that you can be ready for Click Frenzy and other Online shopping opportunities.
Sunshine Plaza’s $440 million redevelopment
In March 2019, Sunshine Coast Mayor, Cr Mark Jamieson joined APPF Retail, The GPT Group and Lendlease to celebrate the official opening of Sunshine Plaza’s $440 million redevelopment.
The celebrations included the opening of the Sunshine Coast’s first David Jones, H&M, Sephora, Lululemon and Sheike stores, as well as a new Big W, Kathmandu, JB Hi-fi, MECCA, Seed Heritage, Endota Spa and Baku, to name but a few.
The new stores took Sunshine Plaza’s total retailer count to 345 over 107,000sqm and elevated the Centre to be the first super-regional shopping centre north of Brisbane.
The redevelopment, which commenced construction in August 2016, is estimated to have generated close to 2,900 jobs over the past two-and-a-half years, and a further 2,300 retail jobs are expected to be created.
The only way to truly know what you’re getting is to see and feel it for real.