Western Australia Getting It’s First Outlet Centre

25/09/2017

The $150 million development has begun and Western Australia will soon have it’s first outlet shopping mall. Funded by Vicinity Centres and Perth Airport Pty Ltd, building of DFO Perth is underway with the centre due to open next year. 

As said by Carolyn Viney, Vicinity Centres executive general manager of development, this place will, most probably, become the visitors new best friend having in mind that all the shoppers will be able to purchase the items of their favourite designer brands up to 70 per cent off. The discounts will be valid during the whole year. 

New outlet centre is centrally located and is near the Perth Airport. 

Kevin Brown, Perth Airport CEO, claims the new DFO will be a great chance to attract many locals and visitors from abroad to Perth and area of Western Australia, in general. He, also, reminded that almost 900 people were given jobs during this project in both construction and retail sector.

What is waiting for the visitors in new outlet destination? The centre will meet the needs of even the most demanding buyers, offering everything from mainstream fashion and childrenswear to international designers and premium apparel. Homewares and sport stores will be there as well, all in the same level. This mall will, also, be able to host all the guests in many of it’s dining options and to welcome parents and kids in playground facilities.

More than 120 stores across 24,000sqm will welcome visitors next year, including 1500 parking spaces. 

All the above is part of Vicinity’s first stage of redevelopment worth of $350 million in the Peel region.   

About Vicinity Centres

One of Australia's leading retail property groups with a fully integrated asset management platform. They own $15.5 billion of retail assets and manage some $25.3 billion in assets across the full retail asset spectrum. Their managing board likes to say they exist to enrich community experiences. The company reimagines destinations of the future, creating places where people love to connect. Their business philosophy is reflected in creating relevant consumer experiences, delivering compelling value to their retailer partners.

They say: We love to unite all our communities to make the impossible possible. We challenge the status quo, bringing together curious people and daring them to dream.

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