Retail and dining options unveiled for Melbourne T4

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Left: Design rendering of Melbourne Airport’s new T4 building

Melbourne Airport has revealed that more than 30 different retail and dining outlets will feature in its newly-constructed Terminal 4 (T4) building. The new domestic terminal is part of the Australian airport’s Southern Precinct Project and is scheduled to begin operations in the coming months.

The choice of retailers at T4 was curated following in-depth customer feedback and will feature a mixture of international brands and iconic local businesses. This includes clothing, accessory and beauty brands such as Amuse Beauty Studio, Victoria’s Secret, Country Road, Trenery, Witchery, Rip Curl and Mimco. Dining options include local favorites Brunetti and Two Johns Taphouse, as well as international brands Krispy Kreme and McDonald’s.

Additional outlets will include Eye Love Melbourne, Icons, tech2go, Quikshots, Brassiere Bread, Ali Baba, Salsa’s, Boost Juice, Muffin Break, Velocity, Think Asia, Sushi Sushi, Oporto, Chop Salads, Sixpence Pies, WHSmith, Amcal Pharmacy, Go! Convenience and Quickfix.

Andrew Gardiner, executive – customer, Melbourne Airport, said, “We asked our customers what brands they wanted to see at the airport and we’re now delivering on their feedback, ensuring the range of retailers chosen for T4 delights travelers.

“Celebrating Melbourne was a key focus for us at the new terminal, as well as expanding the shopping experience. We’re very pleased to welcome some of the city’s best-known and most-loved brands to T4, along with some new international stores. The outlets provide passengers and staff with a convenient, one-stop opportunity to grab essential items, peruse the latest fashion or enjoy a delicious meal before their flight.”

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Helen has worked for UKi Media & Events for nearly a decade. She joined the company as assistant editor on Passenger Terminal World and since progressed to become editor of five publications, covering everything from aviation, logistics and e-commerce to meteorology. She has a love for travel and property and has redeveloped three houses in three years. When she’s not editing magazines, she’s running around after her two boys and their partner in crime, Pete the pug.

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