The Springwood mall redevelopment is expected to be completed by June 2022. Credit: Kane Constructions.
The redevelopment project will involve the expansion of the anchor retailers Woolworths and Target. Credit: Kane Constructions.
An external dining space featuring several outlets will also be built as part of the project. Credit: Kane Constructions.

The Springwood Mall, located in Logan City in Queensland, Australia, is being redeveloped with an investment of approximately A$16m ($12.46m).

The redevelopment project will expand the sub-regional shopping centre’s retail space to offer an improved shopping experience for customers.

Australian construction company Kane Constructions was awarded the design and build contract for the shopping centre redevelopment project in May 2021. Being implemented in stages, the project is set for completion by June 2022.

Springwood mall location

The Springwood shopping mall is located at the intersection of Rochedale Road and Fitzgerald Avenue, in the suburb of Springwood, Queensland.

It is situated off the Pacific Motorway and beside the Springwood bus interchange, approximately 20km south of the Brisbane central business district (CBD). An easily accessible taxi rank and the Translink Springwood bus station are located near the centre’s main entrance.

Springwood mall redevelopment details

The first stage of the Springwood Mall redevelopment will involve the reconfiguration of the Target discount department store to create a new commercial space for future tenancies.

The stage two redevelopment will involve the construction of a new 5,000m² suspended car park. Bulk earthworks, new retaining walls, and structural propping works will also be completed.

The basement car park and Woolworths supermarket will also be extended during the stage. The parking spaces at the shopping centre will be increased by 94, bringing the total spaces to 933.

A new direct-to-boot drive-through will be created at Woolworths to enable store pick-up of online orders. Furthermore, the facade will be upgraded and a travellator and a lift installed. The existing access routes to the mall will be upgraded by replacing the tiles throughout the centre.

The final stage of the redevelopment project will include the extension and renovation of the north and main shopfronts. It will create a new space for future stores. An outdoor dining precinct will also be built at the entrance in the final stage.

Other improvements

The project will also create a new office space spanning two levels at the shopping complex. Pedestrian improvements will be undertaken to improve the traffic flow near the centre. Furniture and ceilings will be improved as part of the interior works.

Retail and dining offerings at Springwood mall

The Springwood mall has a net leasable area of 15,558m². It is anchored by Target and Woolworths. Other major retailers include Kaisercraft Springwood and Just Crazy Bargains.

The mall houses 43 speciality stores including Flight Centre, EB Games, Australia Post, Suzanne Grae, National Australia Bank, and Millers. The stores in the fashion, accessories and footwear categories include Williams Shoes, Rockmans, and Ridge Jewellers. Hair and beauty retailers will include brands such as Royal Eyebrows, Mint Hairdressing, Hairland, and French Nails.

Dining options will include Springwood Bakehouse, Domino’s Pizza, Mindy’s, Coffee & Dumplings, and Miss Kay’s.

Amenities at Springwood shopping centre

The mall’s car parking facility can be accessed from Rochedale Road and Fitzgerald Avenue. Dedicated parking spaces are provided for persons with disabilities and parents with prams.

A parent’s room is located next to the News Extra gift store. It features change facilities and lounge chairs. Public restrooms including restrooms for disabled visitors are provided in the corridor near the News Extra store.