Shoppers flocked to Pacific Werribee in droves over the weekend to check out stage two of its $370 million redevelopment.
More than 125,000 shoppers went through Pacific Werribee during the four-day festival held from last Thursday to Sunday to celebrate the stage two grand opening, and were treated to roving performers, kids fashion parades, face painting and a special appearance by Dora the Explorer.
Stage two includes a new-look Target with a café, digital photo kiosk, clothing alteration service, T-shirt printing station, play zone and “click and collect” shopping service.
The new section also includes Lorna Jane, Bonds, Connor, Novo, Skechers, Cotton On Body, Rubi Shoes, Valleygirl, Ed Harry, Supre, Australian Geographic, Riot Art and Craft, QBD Books, Coffee Club and Mrs Fields.
Shoppers can also expect Toyworld, Chemist Warehouse, Lush, Nike, General Pants & Co and Kathmandu to open in coming weeks.
Stage three of the redevelopment, which will be unveiled in 2016, will include a two-level, full-line Myer and more than 50 stores.