Revamped centre open for business
New-look shopping centre Secret Harbour Square officially opened its doors on Friday following a $63 million transformation into what has been dubbed one of the southern suburbs’ most exciting retail precincts.
A strong crowd was on hand for the cutting of the ribbon, with City of Rockingham Mayor Barry Sammels declaring the centre a “great asset” for Secret Harbour.
“We now have a district-level shopping centre that will service this community that continues to grow,” he said.
“This is a vibrant and modern neighbourhood centre and I’m confident it will bring great employment and enjoyment to this area for years to come.”
Rick Lowe from the new Secret Harbour Surf Lifesaving Club accepted a $20,000 donation from Charter Hall, the centre’s property manager, to mark the opening.
The Secret Harbour Square brings with it the much-anticipated opening of new ALDI and Coles supermarkets, as well as 30 specialty stores.
Charter Hall Retail REIT regional manager Ross Parker with fund manager Ross Dundas, Warnbro MLA Paul Papalia, City of Rockingham Mayor Barry Sammels and Rick Lowe from Secret Harbour Surf Life Saving Club.
Drew Good with Yvette Keatings, Ross Parker and Scott Dundas.
Members of the Comet Bay Primary School choir performed.
Rick Lowe from Secret Harbour Surf Life Saving Club.
Kerrie Allen with Angus Blooth and Tim Cash.
Ben Tana and Jenny Johnson.