Apple announces new store in Fountain Gate, Melbourne

Macworld Australia Staff
10 December, 2012
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Apple will open its fourth Victorian Apple Store in Fountain Gate on Saturday, with the grand opening to commence at midday on December 15.

The Fountain Gate store joins Apple retail outlets in Chadstone, Southland and Doncaster and has already opened its reservation book for customers to book workshops from Monday, December 17.

Situated in the Westfield Shopping Centre, off the Princes Highway, the new store brings Apple’s total retail stores in Australia to 18, with the company still to open outlets in South Australia, Tasmania and the Northern Territory.

In August Apple opened its third store in Queensland in the Westfield Carindale Mall and in September the company opened its first Canberra store in the Canberra Centre and its second Perth store at the Garden City Shopping Centre.

For those in the Fountain Gate area, the first 1000 customers will receive a free commemorative  T-shirt.


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  1. Justin says:

    When will the CBD get a store? It should be even better
    then the one in Poo York.

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