Indooroopilly Shopping Centre


Client:Eureka FM


Disciplines:Architecture, Interior Design



Winner Excellence in Food Retailing – Property Council of Australia

Winner Excellence in Design for regional centres over 50,000sqm – Property Council of Australia

About the Project

The Art of fashion was the philosophy behind the redevelopment of one of Brisbane’s premier retail hubs. 

The largest shopping centre in Brisbane’s western suburbs has been transformed into a destination to see, and be seen.  A new plaza precinct has attracted additional tenants and offers an option for outdoor dining as well as plenty of street activation.  Internally a high end fashion mall and fresh food zone confidently add a point of difference.  The new centre also includes a David Jones department store, a new supermarket as well as significant upgrades to external facades and a refurbishment of the existing retail precincts within the centre.

PDT has worked on a number of projects for me, and I can clearly say that you have never let me down. You've been responsive, switched-on and pragmatic. You understand our business, and are the sort of partners we like to work with - especially when it comes to challenges like Indooroopilly. We can always rely on you, and have confidence that you will develop the sort of quality design solutions that didn't just resolve problems but created better solutions in the process
William Deane Development Manager,Eureka FM

Project Team

Susan Playford


Miranda Sheehan


Annie Yang

Senior Associate | Head of Interior Design

Oliver Thessman

Senior Associate | Head of Architecture


The $450 million redevelopment for the iconic Brisbane retailing hub Indooroopilly Shopping Centre, boasts over 100,000m2 of retail space which includes a new parallel mall and fresh food precinct.

PDT have created a mall that showcases the centres “art of fashion“ philosophy in a classic contemporary setting.

PDT worked closely with centre management throughout the redevelopment to ensure that the centre could remain operational during construction.  Now complete the retail centre is a highly popular destination offering a unique shopping experience with a 14,200m2 David Jones department store, a new supermarket, significant upgrades to external facades and a facelift for existing retail precincts within the centre.

The existing Myer store has been reconfigured with a brand new fit occupying 15,000m2and a new plaza precinct provides active frontage to local retail and commercial areas presenting a welcoming, community-focused entry.



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