Bathurst City Centre

Bathurst City Centre

A retailer in the Bathurst City Centre says despite struggling to fill vacancies, there are still many reasons for customers to come to the shopping centre.

The Centre has lost Homeart, JeansWest, Leonards and Wallace Bishop in the last two months due to a rent increase

It is also yet to replace Harris Farm Markets, which relocated in July last year.

Jan Tasker, the owner of Inspirations boutique said it’s not a case of “Chicken Little” and there are still plenty of reasons for customers to come through the Centre’s doors.

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