Bankstown Central, NSW - exterior
Bankstown Central
Bankstown, NSWCabrogal Country

An evolving regional shopping precinct in Sydney's south-west

Spread over 11.4 hectares, Bankstown Central is the gateway to Sydney's south-west and at the beginning of a ground-breaking transformation. The long-term plan will first deliver a new retail and dining precinct and commercial offices, with a hotel and apartment living to follow in the future.

85,856 sqm

Gross lettable area (GLA)

11.8m

Annual visits

521,330

People in total trade area (TTA)
All figures are correct as at 31 December 2021

Retail

Bankstown Central is a three level Major Regional shopping centre located approximately 24 kilometres south-west of the Sydney CBD, lying within the area covered by the Sydenham to Bankstown Urban Renewal Corridor. It is anchored by Myer, Big W, Kmart and Woolworths and includes more than 205 specialty stores. The centre has commenced refurbishment works which includes relocating the bus terminal, reconfiguring the tenancies to make way for a new Coles which will anchor the 'Grand Market' fresh food precinct, and a number of new retailers.
Bankstown Central, NSW - interior
Trade area
Bankstown Central, NSW
Major Tenants
Classified in accordance with SCCA guidelines, typically includes department stores, discount department stores, supermarkets and cinemas.
Mini major tenants
Aussie Farm Fresh Fruit & VegetablesBest & LessFields Of FruitJB Hi-Fi HomeJD SportsLowesPriceline PharmacyRebelRonisSneakersThe Reject Shop
Tenant mix by gross lettable area (GLA)
  • Supermarkets 8%
  • Discount Department Stores 28%
  • Department Stores 13%
  • Mini Majors 14%
  • Specialties 25%
  • Other Retail 5%
  • Non Retail 7%
Specialty store lease expiry profile by income
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Office

In 2021, Vicinity received approval to progress the first stage of Bankstown Central's long-term redevelopment, tranforming the destination into a leading Health and Education Innovation Precinct. Expected to complete in 2024, stage one of the development will deliver two eight-storey commercial office buildings and one five-storey commercial office building, with landscaped public gardens and a renovated retail and dining precinct.
Bankstown Central, NSW - Development - Offiice - Aerial North. Artist's impression.
Bankstown Central will undergo a major transformation. Artist's impression.Credit: Vicinity Centres
Bankstown Central - Commercial Offices, 2024
30,000 sqm commercial office precinct A-Grade office space 2 x eight-storey buildings 1 x five-storey building Ground-level retail Dedicated 'Eat Street' New basement car park (320 cars) 240 bicycle racks End-of-trip facilities
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Residential

Vicinity's long-term vision for Bankstown Central includes a variety of living solutions such as a hotel, serviced apartments, student accommodation and residential apartments catering for more than 6,000 people. A fast-growing residential district,, Bankstown residents will be well-served with easy-access transport links, a thriving retail precinct and work near home option on their doorstep.
Bankstown Central, NSW - Eat Street artist's impression
Bankstown Central's long-term vision will deliver a new community and leading amenities. Artist's impression.Credit: Vicinity Centres
Bankstown Central - Residential, long-term vision
30-year vision Adds 13,000 new daily customers $89m additional annual retail spend Apartments (3,500 residents) Student living (1,800 residents) Hotel (800 guests)

Developments

We have a long-term vision to transform Bankstown Central
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A major transformation

Bankstown Central will become a mixed-use hub, providing retail, commercial office space, residential and student apartments and more. Leveraging its strategic location as the gateway to Sydney's growing south-western suburbs, the centre will become a leading Health and Education Innovation precinct of the future, creating value for workers, visitors and partners.
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