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Frasers Property : Kids play area, new shops and artworks coming soon to Ed.Square

07/23/2021 | 09:48am EDT


Kids play area, new shops and artworks coming soon to Ed.Square

New Town Centre a convenient destination for family fun

  • Inclusive children's play space with hanging pods, slides, rock climbing wall and more
  • Boost Juice, Medispecs, The Shed Café, Manhattan Jewellery and Just Sport to open June 24th
  • Two new public artworks to add colour, vibrancy and energy to the Town Centre

SYDNEY, 14 JUNE 2021

Keeping kids entertained is a breeze at Ed.Square Town. Centre, Frasers Property Australia's game- changing Town Centre, with an engaging, inclusive new children's play area, along with a new parent's room and more shops set to open on June 24th.

A major new indoor, all weather play area for kids will be unveiled and four new shops will open to complement the family-friendly vibe in south west Sydney's best-connected dining and entertainment destination.

Boost Juice, Medispecs, The Shed Café and Manhattan Jewellery will open on June 24th. Then, in July, Just Sport will open its doors. The new shops and amenities will open up the south mall precinct in Ed.Square Town Centre.

Designed by Three Fishes in partnership with Tilt Industrial Design, the 120 sqm new indoor children's play area will be located on the ground level of the Town Centre.

The brand-new facility will comprise two age-specific playscape areas. The junior area for kids aged up to four years will feature a 'Junior Cube' with a crawl tube, vertical forest, and activity wall. There will also be an inclusive kaleidoscope cubby for children of all ages and abilities to explore.

A key feature in the main area for kids aged from three to seven years are the hanging pods, which measure up to 3.8-metres off the ground. Ideal for climbing, the gumnut-shaped hanging pods are inspired by the native species in the area and come down from the attached slide. There is also a mini trampoline, rock climbing wall and two additional slides in the area to keep little ones entertained.

Plenty of seating, a new fully fitted parents' room and toilets will be nearby to complete the family-friendly space, and with an abundance of dining and coffee choices in the Town Centre, parents are well looked after.

"The design of the play space ensures that children can safely challenge themselves, socialise, learn from each other and enjoy time with their families," says Amanda Whittle, Senior Property Manager, Frasers Property Australia.

"Families at Ed.Square and across the region are already enjoying a range of entertainment options such as the outdoor water play area, iPlay and Event Cinemas. With the new indoor play space and more shops now coming to the Town Centre, Ed.Square's appeal as a unique and vibrant destination for the whole family is growing," he says.

As the Town Centre becomes even more family-friendly, it is also about to become more visually appealing.

Also opening in June are two new artworks, Bloom and Ping Pong 1000, designed by James Dive from Scoundrel Projects.

Bloom connects the main internal thoroughfares of the centre with an assortment of 15 huge poppy flower designs vertically suspended from the ceiling. The piece pays homage to the site's heritage as the former Ingleburn Army Camp Site, the first purpose-built camp to train Australian infantry for combat in World War



II. Each flower spans 1.5 metres and is positioned 3.5 metres above the ground, giving life and meaning to

the ceiling space. 

Ping Pong 1000 is a playful representation of a seemingly endless table tennis tournament being played by

people from all sections of the community. The artwork features hundreds of faces, with no two faces the same, on spirited bodies playing countless ping pong matches around countless ping pong tables. The active

scene is activated by the image of hundreds of ping pong balls that appear to fly right towards the viewer.

The new artworks follow the 2020 unveiling of Dive's work Greetings, the grand statement piece that occupies the vast exterior wall of the main entry to the Town Centre.

Ed.Square Town Centre has been a bustling hive of activity in recent months.

In April, a large range of new shopping, entertainment and dining choices opened at Ed,Square Town Centre. The new two-level retail precinct next to Edmondson Park train station currently over 60 retailers including Coles, Liquorland, Event Cinemas, iPlay, Anytime Fitness, fresh food marketplace, tavern and a wide range of health, medical and wellbeing services.

"The new stores and amenities are an ideal complement to the growing Town Centre, which is already

proving a convenient, inviting and interesting social experience for the residents of Ed.Square and beyond,"

Whittle says.

To complement the opening of the south mall, there will be four days of family fun from Thursday June 24th to Sunday June 27th featuring performances from the Hot Potato Band, workshops and dance classes from the Bindi Bosses, for the those with an artistic flair, workshops from Candy and Canvas and for who are those brave enough, a Silent Disco where you get your own set of headphones to dance like no one is watching!

For more information and event schedules, follow Ed.Square on Facebookand Instagram.


About Ed.Square Town Centre

Ed.Square Town Centre is the newest dining and entertainment destination situated in the growth corridor at the northern periphery of Sydney's south west at Edmondson Park, adjacent to the train station. Ed.Square comprises of approximately 25,000 sqm of retail, including a full line Coles supermarket, Liquorland, Event Cinemas, iPlay, fresh food marketplace, health, wellness and beauty precinct, along with other services and general retail. The development focuses around the Town Square featuring Eat Street, an inner-city style alfresco restaurant and dining precinct showcasing over 20 different cuisines to choose from. The centre is set to change the regions retail and social landscape.

For more information visit https://edsquare.shopping/

About Frasers Property Australia

Since 1924, Frasers Property Australia has created stronger, smarter, happier neighbourhoods. We are one of Australia's leading diversified property groups and an Australian division of Frasers Property Limited.

We develop residential land, housing, and apartments and have delivered over 140,000 homes during our legacy; and develop build-to-rent, commercial, retail and mixed-use properties. Our activities also encompass the ownership and management of investment property, incorporating property and asset management services.

We work sustainably to ensure the places we create leave a positive environmental legacy and enhance the way people live life together. Frasers Property in Australia has certified over 3.4 million square metres of Green Star space across our communities, and our commitment to reduce carbon has been approved by the global Science-Based Targets initiative. We are also certified by the Australian Government's Climate Active initiative. Frasers Property Australia owns Real Utilities, a licensed Australian energy retailer that owns and manages energy infrastructure within some of our communities with the mission to be greener, cheaper and simpler.



We value diversity and firmly believe that together, we're better. We employ over 500 people nationally and are recognised as an Employer of Choice for Gender Equality by the Australian Government's Workplace Gender Equality Agency.

To find out more about Frasers Property Australia, visit frasersproperty.com.auor follow us on LinkedIn.

About Frasers Property Limited

Frasers Property Limited ("Frasers Property" and together with its subsidiaries, the "Frasers Property Group" or the "Group"), is a multi-nationaldeveloper-owner-operator of real estate products and services across the property value chain. Listed on the Main Board of the Singapore Exchange Securities Trading Limited ("SGX-ST") and headquartered in Singapore, the Group has total assets of approximately S$39.2 billion as at 31 March 2021.

Frasers Property's multi-national businesses operate across five asset classes, namely, residential, retail, commercial & business parks, industrial & logistics as well as hospitality. The Group has businesses in Southeast Asia, Australia, Europe and China, and its well-established hospitality business owns and/or operates serviced apartments and hotels in over 70 cities and 20 countries across Asia, Australia, Europe, the Middle East and Africa.

Frasers Property is also the sponsor of two real estate investment trusts ("REITs") and one stapled trust listed on the SGXST. Frasers Centrepoint Trust and Frasers Logistics & Commercial Trust are focused on retail, and industrial & commercial properties, respectively. Frasers Hospitality Trust (comprising Frasers Hospitality Real Estate Investment Trust and Frasers Hospitality Business Trust) is a stapled trust focused on hospitality properties. In addition, the Group has two REITs listed on the Stock Exchange of Thailand. Frasers Property (Thailand) Public Company Limited is the sponsor of Frasers Property Thailand Industrial Freehold & Leasehold REIT, which is focused on industrial & logistics properties in Thailand, and Golden Ventures Leasehold Real Estate Investment Trust, which is focused on commercial properties.

The Group is committed to inspiring experiences and creating places for good for its stakeholders. By acting progressively, producing and consuming responsibly, and focusing on people, Frasers Property aspires to raise sustainability ideals across its value chain, and build a more resilient business. It has committed to be a net-zero carbon corporation by 2050. Building on its heritage as well as leveraging its knowledge and capabilities, the Group aims to create lasting shared value for its people, the businesses and communities it serves. Frasers Property believes in the diversity of its people and are invested in promoting a progressive, collaborative and respectful culture.

For more information on Frasers Property, please visit frasersproperty.comor follow us on LinkedIn.

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Frasers Property Limited published this content on 23 July 2021 and is solely responsible for the information contained therein. Distributed by Public, unedited and unaltered, on 23 July 2021 13:47:02 UTC.

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