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Located in Edmondson Park, the newly opened Ed.Square Town Centre is home to Western Sydney’s newest dining precinct, Eat Street. With more than 20 eateries located in an outdoor setting, Ed.Square provides a new hub in Edmondson Park. The traditional custodians of the land being the Darug and Dharawal people.


The brand-new dining, retail and entertainment precinct developed by Fraser Properties opened in April 2021 with a traditional Welcome to Country and Smoking Ceremony. Following this, the official ribbon was cut by Fraser Property as well as the Mayor of Liverpool City Council, Wendy Waller.

The Ed.Square Town Centre precinct has ties back to the history of the area, both Indigenous and colonial. With plaques scatted throughout the site, they help to bring a piece of history into the modern rejuvenation of the area. The plaques outline the Indigenous history, ‘A meeting place of the Dharawal People’ describing how the area was once used by the original Custodians. ‘A centre of war time recruitment and mateship’ describes the Ingleburn Army Camp purposely built for training for the Australian Art Infantry of World War II. ‘A base camp for colonial explorers’ describes how the area was once home to some of New South Wales’ most active explorers including George Bass and Matthew Flinders in 1795.

The shopping centre itself contains all the essentials for residents and visitors alike, including a selection of grocers, hair and beauty, health and wellbeing, and lifestyle stores.

The real point of difference within Ed.Square is the number of eateries lining the main thoroughfare. With over 20 different restaurants and cuisines available you can treat yourself to South West Sydney’s first Bar Luca venue, Loaded by BL, a selection of Nepalese Street food at Hungry Sherpa, Soulful Thai-Style food at KITCHAI, some delicious chicken and beer at Gami Chicken and Beer, or a relaxed café style vibe at Daily Bean.

After filling yourself up, keep exploring the precinct making sure to look up! The architecture of the buildings, and the materiality and colour of the facades is truly spectacular and helps to bring a much-needed point of difference into the area.

With a newly opened Event Cinemas, a bowling alley, and a games arcade, Ed.Square transforms into an entertainment hub for the evening. With many of the restaurants serving drinks after dark, Ed.Square is somewhere worth visiting at any time of day! Ed. Square has transformed from rural paddocks into apartment-style living and one of Sydney’s newest Suburbs in such a short space of time.

Ed.Square Town Centre is located on Soldiers Parade, Edmondson Park. One of the most convenient parts of the new town centre, is the newly built Edmondson Park train station situated within the Town Centre, making Ed.Square accessible from pretty much any part of Greater Sydney.


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