Bribie Island Shopping Centre has evolved and, from today, will be known as Bribie Island Central.
During the past two years, new and improved amenities have been added along with a parents’ room.
There is also a fresh new-look Woolworths with direct-to-boot service, which has been well-received by locals. Most recently, the centre has installed new furniture to make shoppers more comfortable.
Bribie Island Shopping Centre Marketing Manager Courtney Sheward said: “We’re extremely proud to have continually improved the centre offering and ambience for the Bribie Island community".
“We know that the centre is a vital meeting place and plays an important role in bringing a sense of belonging for our tenant customers and shoppers. The recent investment has focused on improved convenience, an enhanced offering and comfort for the community.”
The centre’s name change to Bribie Island Central aims to further its evolution.
“Bribie Island remains a significant part of the name and identity as the location we reside, and ‘Central’ represents a vital destination of commerce and community, a central meeting point for locals,” Ms Sheward says.
“The look and feel of the four logo marks, represent the natural and lifestyle elements found on Bribie Island and the Moreton Bay Region”.
Shoppers can expect to see new welcoming external signage.
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