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Pacific Fair Shopping Centre

Broadbeach, Gold Coast Area

Pacific Fair is centrally located in the heart of the Gold Coast adjacent to Jupiter's Hotel and Casino and the Broadbeach retail and accommodation precinct.

Upon completion of the AUD670 million redevelopment in mid-2016, Pacific Fair will be one of Australia's top five shopping centres, heralding a new vision in luxury and high-street fashion, unrivalled dining and bar experiences, a world-class indoor/outdoor leisure and entertainment precinct and more than 400 specialty stores framed by tropical landscapes and gently-flowing water.

The centre currently boasts more than 250 specialty stores, two supermarkets, and a fresh food market, Big W and Target and the Gold Coast's largest Myer.

With many tourism services available to make a visitors stay a relaxing and memorable one, be sure to visit the Customer Service Centre upon arrival to receive your VIP Visitor Pass. Available exclusively to Gold Coast visitors, the pass is packed with dozens of discounts and exciting offers. To find out more about Pacific Fair or for Centre trading hours, please visit their web site.

Internet Access

  • Free Wifi

Open Times

Public Holiday: Sunday trading hours 0100 to 1600 Sunday and Public Holidays, individual stores may vary, see website for details ...... Note: Open 0900 to 1730 Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday. Open 0900 to 2100 Thursday. Open 1000 to 1600 Sunday and public holidays. Closed Christmas Day, Good Friday and Queensland Labour Day.

Facilities

  • Car park
  • Child Activities
  • Public Telephone
  • Tour Desk

Other Information

Accessibility:

Disabled parking bays located close to centre entrances. Free hire of mobility equipment, including electric scooters and wheelchairs. Disabled toilets are also onsite.
Hooker Boulevard
Broadbeach, Gold Coast Area
Queensland
Australia

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