Karrinyup is a gateway. It’s where the coast meets the city. Where the convenience of a local centre connects with global brands. It’s where laid back meets forward thinking. Where contemporary and stylish meets authentic and warm. Where you connect with nature through its uniquely coastal design.
It’s where leisure, lifestyle and entertainment are being redefined with an $800 million investment that will see the centre almost double in size, from 59,874sqm to 109,000sqm.
Located twelve kilometres north of Perth’s CBD and just over three kilometres from Perth’s most prestigious coastal suburbs, it has an average total trade area household income that is more than 25% higher than the Australian average, with retail spending estimated to increase from $7.3B to $10.3B by 2031*.
It’s where Coles and Aldi will join the existing Woolworths in a new Fresh Food precinct, large format international retailers and the latest in contemporary designer brands. Where comprehensive food and beverage, leisure, lifestyle and entertainment precincts will include a large Piazza, Corso and main street, a new Hoyts cinema complex, a landscaped community space and kids play area.
Jackie Merriman – Project Leasing Manager
Karrinyup is the beating heart of the community; a contemporary urban village, relaxed and sophisticated and offering a diverse mix of elegant shopping, dining and entertainment experiences, indulging in our foodie passions day into night.
Fashion is a journey of discovery at Karrinyup, including the most fashion forward brands from local designers to international high street. Our range of fashion will cater to every one of our discerning customers.
Relaxed, sophisticated and fun, Karrinyup’s ‘backyard’ features a mix of indoor and outdoor casual dining, a lively tavern, spaces to play and places to chill.
Indulge your senses with bespoke eateries, artisan displays and demonstrations, and all manner of general merchandise and services.
A bustling marketplace of fresh food and services for all your daily needs, from supermarkets and artisan offerings to newsagencies and florists.