Christmas has arrived early for shoppers at Westpoint, Blacktown, with the completion of its $19 million-dollar dining precinct upgrade, transforming the centre’s top level into a world-class family dining and entertainment destination. 

For families the most exciting part of this upgrade is the brand new playground.  Check it out!  There is plenty for kids to hang, climb and slide on!



 

As the pictures show, there is something for all ages to explore in this brand new playground! And adding to the play mix is the arrival of indoor play centre Chou Chou Bebe (paid entry).

The precinct isn’t just for young kids.  It features a whole level of refurbished recreational spaces surrounding retail, including HOYTS Cinema, Zone Bowling, a new format Timezone and popular axe-throwing venue Kiss My Axe.  There is also a renewed level four dining offer boasting cuisines from around the globe, including the recently opened Grill’d restaurant and highly popular Volcanos steakhouse.

Adding to the dining and entertainment experience, the precinct also features a series of commissioned art installations including colourful murals, sculptures and a light display that will form a part of the Blacktown City Art Walk. 

Westpoint Centre Manager, Carly Xerri, is excited to launch the refreshed level four precinct and said the new additions will encourage thousands of local shoppers to visit the centre over the festive season. 

“The opening of the centre’s upgraded level four precinct comes at a perfect time for Christmas, with families actively seeking opportunities to connect and enjoy experiences together, like seeing a movie, bowling or dining out. With the commencement of the January school holidays shortly, it’s also a great time to take the kids to a play-centre or spend time in the new inviting outdoor space and playground,” said Xerri. 

“We’ve taken a community-first approach to upgrading our dining and entertainment precinct. We saw there was an opportunity to bring more family-friendly spaces to the centre, as well as chance to showcase six incredible artists, most of whom are based in Sydney. 

“The combined dining, entertainment and art experiences create a well-rounded shopping experience for young families, teens and the many multicultural communities that call Blacktown and surrounds their home.”