Look and feel like a star at Rouse Hill Town Centre
17 March 2008 North West Sydney's newest shopping destination, Rouse Hill Town Centre,
is bringing this season's latest trends to fashion fanatics in the Hills District with nearly 90
fashion retailers to choose from.
Rouse Hill Town Centre unveiled this season's hottest trends with daily fashion parades
compéred by former Miss World, Belinda Green at its recent launch celebrations held from
Thursday 6 - Saturday 8 March.
The weekend iDance event showcased Rouse Hill Town Centre's youth fashion offering, with
DJs providing the tunes and dancers busting their moves dressed in the latest fashions
supplied by local retail outlets.
Rouse Hill Town Centre's General Manager, Martin Ollis, said: "The fashion parades and
iDance events demonstrated to our visitors the wide range of fashion stores at Rouse Hill
Town Centre to suit every taste and budget.
Rouse Hill Town Centre offers shoppers a variety of options whether they are looking to stock
up on the basics or treat themselves to something more luxurious."
Shoppers will be spoilt for choice at Rouse Hill Town Centre with a range of clothing,
accessory and shoe stores to update their wardrobes this season.
Stores such as Jacqui E, Queenspark, Rodney Clarke and Simone Louise provide stylish,
classic attire whilst General Pants Co, Dotti and Supre offer the latest up-to-the minute
fashions. For fans of the great outdoors, Kathmandu, Bloch and City Beach provide
everything needed for an active day out.
With its pedestrian loop and laneways and relaxed open air environment, Rouse Hill Town
Centre focuses on combining the traditional values and streetscape of a contemporary market
town, offering visitors the latest shopping, dining and lifestyle choices.
For more details on what Rouse Hill Town Centre has to offer, please visit the website at
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About The GPT Group
The GPT Group (GPT) is one of Australia’s largest diversified listed property groups, with total
assets of $14 billion. Listed on the Australian Stock Exchange since April 1971, GPT is one of
the longest running property groups in the country and, with securities owned by over 47,000
investors, has a substantial investor base. The Group has a dedicated team of experienced
professionals across all disciplines, including property management, research, development
and leasing, with ownership interests in shopping centres and Homemaker City Centres
around Australia with a total value in excess of $6 billion.
The GPT Group has spent $470 million creating the vibrant Rouse Hill Town Centre which is
owned and managed by GPT. Rouse Hill Town Centre sits at the heart of the 120 hectare
New Rouse Hill site, which will include $1 billion of residential and commercial development
undertaken by the Lend Lease/GPT joint venture over a period of 12 years on land earmarked
for development by the Department of Planning. The New Rouse Hill is being developed in
partnership with the Department of Planning and Landcom.