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Robina Town Shopping Centre is the Gold Coast's largest shopping destination. Featuring the Gold Coast’s only David Jones and Myer, plus 350 other stores, the shopping center houses brands such as Apple, Carla Zampatti, Cue, Guess, Ben Sherman, Sportscraft, and G-Star Raw. The air-conditioned food atrium has 900 seats, 14 dining options, and free Wi-Fi. Visit the waterfront entertainment complex, The Promenade, Robina Town Centre, where you can catch a movie at Australia’s first digital cinema complex, Event Cinemas. For Robina Town Shopping Centre and beyond, use our Robina trip itinerary maker to get the most from your Robina vacation.
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RTC, as it's known to us locals, spoils us with it's easy parking, great shopping, dinning, movies and recreational activities. Parking is the main draw card, giving you options to easily park on ever... more »
Robina has everything. Fantastic shops, restaurants, food hall, movies. Great place to meet a friend, do a little fun shopping, have lunch and see a movie. Lots of parking with easy access. And of cou... more »
I always feel a little out of place in well-designed 'complexes' located in wealthy locations, and this is no exception. But that's a reflection of me and not the location. . Great place, nice atmosph... more »
Good variety of shops and restaurants. Well maintained and clean. Set the standard for shopping in Gold Coast. Big parking space. Highly recommended! :)
Its all here big brand name &overseas retailers along with the big dept stores ; heaps of smaller retailers and specialty shops and services " supermarkets great choices in food court plus coffee shops / restaurants : cinema complex free parking sensor lights notify of vacant spaces. Always clean and tidy staff friendly and helpful. so much to see and do so little time ; need a cut lunch and water bottle to xplore all of the centre
I dont really like it. I guess because I remember when it was small and open air. Many moons ago. But dont let that turn you off if you are on holidays and want to spend money. Theres plenty to spend it on. Plus the apple store is there
A huge labyrinth of shops ranging from Stacks and Kmart through to David Jones and the Apple Store. Robina Town Centre offers everything you could need and with free parking you can relax and spend hours getting lost in this shoppers paradise. There are plenty of places to eat, whether you want to grab a burger or sushi from the sizable food court or need to kick back in one of the many restaurants outside, overlooking the fountain.
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I hate this monsterously huge joint. Parking is garbage, in saying that it's very popular with everyone as its normally crowded. Lots of ordinary shops to fritter your hard earned pay on. I just find that I'm always getting shoved about by the bogan locals who can't tell left from right. Sadly I'm a local so I should be fairer but it is a chronic example of rude, fat, passively aggressive people not caring about much more than themselves and their screaming kids. It's on par with Pacific Fair another awful place to visit. I'm lucky I don't have to go there much. Good luck finding what you need if you aren't a local. But to be fair it must offer something as its so popular. Probably JB hi-fi which says it all. I suspect it will give me an aneurysm one day.
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