Development

The West Deck; Coming Soon

Karrinyup has announced a huge line-up of hospitality venues, which are set to launch this October at the new-look shopping centre. With over 30 food and beverage establishments, the exciting new venues include some of Perth’s most anticipated eateries by some of the state’s leading publicans, chefs and hospitality operators.
 
It will see the remainder of the $800m development open to the public, which AMP Capital is managing on behalf of UniSuper, bringing the total of number of stores and venues at the centre to 290.   
 
Outdoor entertainment and dining precinct; The West Deck, will deliver an exciting line-up of 18 new food and beverage venues.
 
Award-winning publican John Parker of The Standard, Halford, The Royal and fleur is set to launch his next bar and restaurant; Dandelion. Much-loved Melbourne and Perth based ice creamery Billy Van Creamy will open a new WA venue, while Three Pound Group of The Camfield, Stables Bar, The Reveley will launch new concept; Good Company.
 
The team behind Bar Lafeyette and W Churchill will open Laksarama, Vietnamese street food café Baguette Me Not will shift its base from Subiaco to Karrinyup, while Thai eatery Spice Market, express sushi train Super Tetsudo and cult Northbridge establishment Authentic Bites Dumpling House will all open second Perth venues.
 
The West Deck’s food and beverage offering is in addition to its comprehensive entertainment options which include Archie Brothers Circus, Holey Moley, Strike Bowling. The venue will bring the latest and greatest amusement games and leading technology to Karrinyup. In addition to extensive open grass and external playground area, a new West Australian flagship HOYTS will launch bring the HOYTS Lux experience as well as The Lux Bar offering panoramic city to beach views.
 
At The Café Terrace, there will be a host of local and international cuisine spanning the likes of Viet Hoa, Thuggs Burgers & Fried Chicken, Little Bites, The Cutting Board, Chaffic and Mad Mex. With its own internal kids play area and scenic views over Lake Gwelup and the Perth skyline, The Café Terrace will offer customers a place to recharge.
 
AMP Capital’s Divisional Investment and Development Manager in WA, Scott Nugent, said that Karrinyup’s leading mix of food and beverage operators reflects the evolution of shopping centres. 
 
“The needs of customers have been changing for many years. Our customers have high expectations. They are looking for a unique destination where they can spend time with friends and family, whether its shopping for leading brands, dining at sophisticated venues, enjoying state-of-the-art entertainment, or simply having somewhere for the kids to play.” 
 
"The new-look Karrinyup will be Perth's exclusive go-to hub for shopping, dining and leisure.”
 
Set to become Perth’s premier fashion and lifestyle destination, the fully completed development will be open to the public from October.
 
An assemblage of renowned international and Australian retailers, and first to WA brands will launch at the centre’s The Loop, Level 1, spanning the likes of Sephora, Zara, Calvin Klein, Ralph Lauren Polo, Tommy Hilfiger, Aje Athletica, Scanlan Theodore, Assembly Label, RM Williams, Coco Republic and Aesop.
 
Karrinyup will also welcome a range of brand new, first-class services to complement the shopping experience spanning the likes of hands-free shopping, personal styling with Karrinyup’s own stylists; Bridget Hudson, Liz Biggs, and Marcia Ball, valet services and car washing, and Book-your-Bay parking as well as electric vehicle charging stations. In July, the centre launched Perth’s first Tesla Supercharger stations.
 
The launch of The West Deck, The Café Terrace and The Loop, Level 1, in October follows a series of events on 29 July which celebrated the opening of over 60 new sporting, streetwear and lifestyle retail stores at The Loop, Ground Level, and as part of the brand-new Fresh Market.
 
The $800m development of Karrinyup has been Perth’s largest commercial construction project since development began in November 2018. The centre has almost doubled in size, expanding from 59,874 square metres to 109,000 square metres.
 
The development has boosted the Western Australian economy and retail sector with the creation of approximately 2,500 jobs during construction with a further 2,500 new retail, support and management jobs expected once complete.