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Kmart’s
arrival was
a game
changer

Retail giant Kmart has joined the reinvigorated Bethlehem Town Centre, on the rapidly-growing western side of Tauranga City.

The completion of the $15 million redevelopment offers exciting opportunities for retailers and businesses.

  • Kmart has more than 200 stores across Australia and New Zealand:
    • There are currently 18 stores in New Zealand.
  • Extended trading hours:
    • Kmart’s trading hours are 8am to midnight, 7 days a week.

Bethlehem Town Centre’s retail area has increased to 20,000m2 with the addition of Kmart.

With a second anchor tenant now open,
Bethlehem’s ready…are you?

Bethlehem is now anchored by a recently refurbished and well-established Countdown supermarket and the new Kmart.

With significant population growth projected within the region, Bethlehem is well positioned to service the growing demands of households within the catchment area.

Over 1,000 convenient car parks and diverse food and dining options to please everyone in the family.

Bethlehem is a refreshing place to shop, grab a bite, meet friends and family and get things done. Whatever your needs – Bethlehem has you covered.

Join Kmart, Countdown and other leading brands – become part of Bethlehem.

*Source: Stats NZ, Census 2006; Stats NZ, Census 2013; Colliers International
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Bethlehem Town Centre’s catchment is highly educated, with 23.3% of households in the primary catchment area earning more than $100,000 p.a.*

Why Tauranga?
Why Bethlehem?

Location, location, location

Tauranga ranks among New Zealand’s fastest-growing cities, thanks in part to the lifestyle pulling power of beaches and sunshine.

It also boasts the country’s largest export port1 primary industries that thrive on fertile soils and climate. Hence its position at one apex of the Auckland-Hamilton-Tauranga economic golden triangle.

Bethlehem Town Centre enjoys a high profile location alongside the region’s most rapidly growing, affluent areas.

Directly accessible from State Highway 2 – the main arterial route to Auckland. Vehicle numbers passing Bethlehem Town Centre are in excess of 36,000 cars per week.#

3,000 new residential houses are estimated to be constructed in the catchment area over the long term.

The main trade area includes over 1,500 retirement village units and significant residential development.

*Source: – StatsNZ, Census 2006; StatsNZ, Census 2013; Colliers International
# Source: – NZTA “State Highway Traffic Data Booklet 2010-2014”18/03/15; Tauranga City Council Count Site id: M36-01; website www.trafficcounts.co.nz
1 Tauranga Business Case; + by 2031

Economic growth in Tauranga increased by 4.4% in 2014, almost double the NZ average of 2.4%
Source: Bay of Plenty Times, 19 March 2015
Tauranga City Council has earmarked $450 million in its 10 year plan for growth related infrastructure*
*Source: Touranga City Council - Long Term Plan 2015-2025

Community

There’s a
lot to love

Don’t take our word for it, read what prominent local business people and residents have to say about the centre and surrounds.

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left_quoteThe changes at this end of town are phenomenal in our sector. Years ago, Sanderson Group identified Bethlehem as a major growth area for retirement communities but even then we’ve been surprised by the speed it’s happened and we’re expecting to double our housing occupancy, over the next four years. The localised growth is not just retirees – we are seeing a lot of new houses and development in the area. There are constant changes occurring, always something happening.

It’s great to see this happening around us and Bethlehem Town Centre is certainly at the hub of it all.

Gary Curtis
General Manager, Sanderson Groupright_quote

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“It feels more like a village than a mall. The shops are more individual and I like the openness of it. It’s so convenient to walk to and easy to park there – I use the book shop, the travel agent, the pharmacy, I love the gift shop and I was thrilled when my bank opened a branch there. Oh and I really like the shoe shop too.”
Retired Bethlehem resident, Robin Ayres

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“My absolute favourite clothing store is in Bethlehem Town Centre. I like to make a bit of a day of it when I visit – have a coffee, visit the shoe shop, do the grocery shopping. It’s nice having some fresh air and space, somewhere that feels like a bit of a destination. It offers more boutiquey shopping, something different and you’re not cooped up inside.”
Papamoa teacher, Amanda Porter

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Centre Layout

Current Retailers as at
August 2016:
Food & Beverage
Bayview Roasts and Fish’N Chips
Columbus Coffee
Dominos
Gold Star Lunch Bar & Bakery
Hello Sushi
House of Spice Restaurant
Liquorland
Noodle Canteen
Pita Pit
Tank Juice
The Coffee Club
The Orchard Restaurant & Bar
Turkish to Go
Everyday Shopping & Services
ANZ Bank
Bethlehem Ultrasound
Claridges Real Estate Ltd
Clever Kids
Countdown Supermarket
Dollar Value
EVES Real Estate
Flight Centre
Hammer Hardware
Kmart
OmniTech
Paper Plus | NZ Post | Kiwi Bank
Pathlab
Video Ezy
You Travel
Fashion & Footwear
After Hours Eventwear
Caroline Eve
Footloose
George Edward
Memories Shoes
Podium Podiatry
Urban Vogue
Wild South
Health & Beauty
Bethlehem Eye Care
Configure Express
Hardy’s Health Store
Immerse Nail & Beauty Therapy
Jetts Gym
Just Cuts
ProfessioNail
Rodney Wayne
Unichem Metro Pharmacy
Home & Living
Furniture Zone
Living Quarters
Options Living
Smiths City

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This website is intended as a guide only and does not constitute an offer or contract. The owners of Bethlehem Town Centre and Colliers International New Zealand Limited, licensed under REAA 2008, reserve the right to make changes at any time to the product described on this website, without notice or obligation. Whilst every reasonable effort has been made to ensure that the information contained on this website is correct, no responsibility will be taken for any inaccuracies, errors or omissions. The redevelopment is a continuing process so further and updated details as to the scope or staging of the redevelopment and any questions relating to the project should be obtained from Colliers International New Zealand Limited.