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A New Alfresco-Style Dining Precinct Is Now Open in Sydney's Southwest

A mini golf activation and live music from local artists are set to celebrate the launch.
By Ellen Seah
April 30, 2021
By Ellen Seah
April 30, 2021

The new Edmondson Square Town Centre in southwest Sydney officially opened to the public today, featuring over 40 speciality retailers and a dedicated 'Eat Street' showcasing over 20 different cuisines. The sprawling $1.5 billion urban space is the second stage of the development by Frasers Property Australia, who also built the Central Park precinct in Chippendale.

Ed Square's Eat Street will showcase the likes of Kitchai, Burger Point, Baby Bao, Loaded (from the Bar Luca crew) and cult-favourite Gami Chicken. The dedicated dining precinct is designed as an open-air, alfresco space with options for brunch through to late-night dining.

Tim Casaje, owner of Burger Point says, "Ed.Square will be the first Burger Point in southwest Sydney and we can't wait to showcase our brand in a new region. We've had many customers asking when we'd be expanding into this area and we're excited to be coming to them soon."

Ed Square

iPlay will house over 80 vintage and newly-released arcade games, plus a bowling alley and bar across their 1,600 sqm space, while the newest Event Cinemas features six screens. There's a water play fun park to keep the kids entertained as well as a 24-hour gym.

The shopping, dining and entertainment precinct is designed by HDR, GroupGSA and HASSELL in collaboration with Frasers. The hub forms a part of a wider development by Frasers, which includes more than 1,800 new apartments, terraces and townhomes.

To celebrate the launch, Ed Square will host an array pop-up activations including mini golf, and live music by the likes of local artist Asahi and singer Emily Hanks from Friday, April 30–Sunday, May 2. You can check out the range of activities on the Ed Square Facebook page.

Image: Joshua Morris

Published on April 30, 2021 by Ellen Seah


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