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Super Affordable Activewear Brand Decathlon Has Opened a Sydney Store

The French retail giant's first Australian store stocks everything from activewear and sporting goods to tents and wetsuits.
By Libby Curran
December 06, 2017
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Super Affordable Activewear Brand Decathlon Has Opened a Sydney Store

The French retail giant's first Australian store stocks everything from activewear and sporting goods to tents and wetsuits.
By Libby Curran
December 06, 2017
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It's one of the world's biggest sporting goods retail brands, found in over 30 countries and dubbed by many as 'the ALDI of activewear'. And now, France's famed Decathlon — which launched an online store here last year — has physically hit Aussie shores, yesterday opening the doors to an enormous Sydney flagship store.

Located in Tempe Retail Park next to Ikea, the new space is a monster 3800 square metres, stocked with an impressive 7000 sport-related products and promising savings galore. And to see locals happily through the festive season, it's set to stay open 24/7 for the next two weeks. If you've got a sports nut or fitness fiend in your life, put this one at the very top of your Christmas shopping hit-list.

CEO of Decathlon Australia Mr Olivier Robinet said that the company wants to make sport accessible to all locals. "Australians are some of the most active people in the world, the whole country is like a playground," he explained. "Until now many Australians have had to spend hundreds of dollars to get a quality product. Decathlon has now changed this."

So how cheap is it? Well, a pair of yoga pants range will set you back between $12 and $40, while a two-person tent is $30.

More than just a standard store, Decathlon's Tempe venue also features dedicated active zones, where customers can roadtest certain products, and its own community sporting areas, where local sports clubs can host sign-up days, barbecues and fundraising events.

Find Decathlon at Tempe Retail Park, 634–726 Princes Highway, Tempe. The store will be open 24/7 in the lead-up to Christmas and then 5am till midnight in 2018. For more info, visit decathlon.com.au.

Image: Decathlon via Facebook. 

Published on December 06, 2017 by Libby Curran

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