Development - runaway Bay dining precinct
A Refreshed Runaway Bay Centre

In late 2021, Vicinity and Perron Group officially opened a refeshed Runaway Bay Centre following the completion of its modern, coastal-inspired makeover.

A food lovers delight, the renovations provide a stunning environment for the raft of new artisan food retailers and dining providers recently welcomed to the centre, providing an abundance of choice for the local community.

Runaway Bay's renders turned into realityCredit: Vicinity

Commencing in early 2021, the project was delivered in two stages - stage one being a new fresh food precinct, and stage two being a new casual indoor/outdoor dining precinct that would take advantage of the stunning waterfront views.

Over the course of works, the project created over 450 local jobs to deliver upgrades to the centre including new flooring, ambient lighting and the construction of eight stores and a dining kiosk.

Inspired by local style and tastes, soft timbers, oversized planters, and modern furniture were used to deliver a Queensland-led coastal design that stretches from the fresh food precinct all the way through casual dining and out to the alfresco deck.

Complementing the renovations is a carefully curated selection of fresh produce and specialty ingredient retailers, and mouth-watering dining operators, providing something for every taste bud.

Welcoming new retailers

Complementing the broad ambiance upgrade was the introduction of new retailers, including:

  • Steak Kings

  • Crema

  • Sushis Hub

  • Cafe Bella

  • Ati & Co

  • Roll'd

  • Broadwater Markets