Sunshine Plaza is a world-class retail experience and a must-visit destination on the Sunshine Coast, celebrated by locals and tourists for its globally recognised brands and relaxed dining offer.
Following a recent $420 million redevelopment, Sunshine Plaza boasts the largest and most diverse retail offering on the Sunshine Coast, with over 300 specialty stores together with David Jones, Myer, Kmart, Target, Big W, Coles and Woolworths. Due to its unique setting along the waterway of Cornmeal Creek, Sunshine Plaza features an incredible waterfront Riverwalk precinct, home to 16 dining options. Family friendly entertainment options include a 12-screen BCC Cinema, regular live music as well as paddle boats for those wanting to capture the essence of Australia’s popular coastal lifestyle.
Key centre statistics
We work in close partnership with our owners, retailers and suppliers to create integrated shopping environments that are commercially successful as well as socially, environmentally and economically sustainable.
Myer, David Jones, Big W, Target, Kmart, Woolworths, Coles, BCC Cinemas
99 Bikes, Best & Less, City Beach, Country Road, Fratelli Fresh & El Camino, H&M, JB Hi Fi, Mecca, Rebel Sport, The Reject Shop, Rush Adventure Land,
Silly Solly's, Sephora, The Good Guys, Timezone
106,746 square metres
Sunshine Plaza total trade area has an estimated population of 458,217 as of December 2022, which is forecast to grow at an average annual rate of 1.6% reaching 583,900 by 2036. The centre also benefits from the large tourist population visiting the Sunshine Coast. The average age of the main trade area population is 42 years. The main trade area average household income is $103,103 with 50.1% percentage of population with dependent children.
Our trade area
The Sunshine Plaza primary north sector extends to the Maroochy River in the north, the alignment of the Bruce Highway in the west and Mooloolaba Road in the south. The primary south sector encompasses the area to the south of Mooloolaba Road bounded by the alignment of the Bruce Highway to the west. In combination, the two primary sectors and the three secondary sectors are referred to as the Sunshine Plaza main trade area, from which Sunshine Plaza would attract the majority of sales. In addition, five tertiary sectors have been defined. In combination, the main trade area and the five tertiary sectors is referred to as the Sunshine Plaza total trade area, which generally encompasses the entire Sunshine Coast region of Queensland, as well as the inland area of Gympie.
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