GC centre launches woodland play park
Situated on the third level of the shopping centre, the all hours play area features a mini grocery store, free wi-fi, and lounges.
The pint-sized grocery store has an entry archway, shopping baskets, grocery items, wooden trollies and kid-friendly cash register to complete the shopping experience.
“Here at Robina Town Centre, we strive to provide our customers with more than just an amazing shopping experience; we want to continue to create inspiring spaces where our local families can come together to play, relax and take some time out,” said Glen McAnulty, centre manager.
“The brand new Woodland Play Park is an imaginative and educational destination for our youngest shoppers to enjoy, while their parents can watch on, coffee in hand, before, during or after a successful shopping trip.”
The Woodland Play Park is free to the public.
Robina is home to 350 retailers including David Jones, Myer, Zara, Apple, Nespresso, Big W, Target, Kmart, Coles superstore, two Woolworths Supermarkets, the Promenade Lakeside Dining precinct and Event Cinemas.
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