Wilsonton Shopping Centre Welcomes First Nail Salon

895 Ann Street

07 OCTOBER 2020 – 

Wilsonton locals are getting ready to put their best foot forward, with the opening of a new nail salon at Wilsonton Shopping Centre.

TD Nails and Beauty is the latest retailer to secure a spot in the centre, and is expected to open by the end of September.

Owners Don and Tuyet Church say they are excited for Wilsonton residents to finally have a nail salon close to home.

“We’re really excited to be the first nail salon in the Wilsonton area,” he said.

“We want to make sure we are providing our customers with something more than the average nail salon, so we’re putting a lot of emphasis on our quality service.

“We’ve also designed the store to make sure our customers feel comfortable and relaxed, by making use of an open plan layout and cool, calming colours.

“We wanted our store to feel similar to the rest of the shopping centre, which looks fantastic following its renovation.

“The reason we chose Wilsonton is because it has a great family-friendly atmosphere and with the new refurbishment it’s looking really fresh, and we’re excited to be a part of that.”

Wilsonton Shopping Centre’s refurbishment was completed at the end of last year with several new retail and dining venues recently opening alongside TD Nails and Beauty.

Consolidated Properties Group’s National Retail Leasing Manager, Rob Clifton, said TD Nails and Beauty is a welcome addition to the centre with customers able to get everything they need under one roof.

“We are excited to welcome TD Nails and Beauty to Wilsonton Shopping Centre, joining other health and wellness retailers including Massage Grace and Bou’s for Men barbers, ” he said.

“With over 40 specialty retailers and a new outdoor dining precinct, Wilsonton Shopping Centre is an accessible and convenient option for families who want to shop and dine in one simple location.”

The only centre in the region with both a Woolworths and Coles supermarket, Wilsonton Shopping Centre’s $20 million refurbishment included upgrades to the existing mall, centre façade and an expansion of dining options.