Service NSW Centre coming soon to Ed.Square 

Town Centre offers extra convenience for local residents.

15 April 2021

  • The NSW Government and Frasers Property confirm a Service NSW Centre is coming to Ed.Square 
  • Service NSW will join a host of new retailers and Eat Street to open soon
  • Next stage of Ed.Square Town Centre launches on 29 April
  • Service NSW Centre to open in second half of 2021


A new Service NSW Centre will offer extra on-site convenience to the residents of Ed.Square, the game-changing south west Sydney community by Frasers Property Australia, and draw people from across the region to Ed.Square Town Centre, next to Edmondson Park train station. 

The NSW Government and Frasers Property have confirmed the new 530 sqm Service NSW Centre will open on level 1 of Ed.Square Town Centre in the second half of the year.

With a full-line Coles and Liquorland already open and serving the community, the next stage of Ed.Square Town Centre launches on 29 April with an entertainment and shopping precinct including a new Eat Street, state-of-the-art Event Cinemas, flagship iPlay centre, tavern and a wide range of health, medical and wellbeing services.

Warwick Dowler, Development Director, Frasers Property Australia says the decision by the NSW Government to open a Service NSW Centre in the new Town Centre underlines the importance of Ed.Square in a regional context. “While we’re excited to provide our residents with the convenience of a Service NSW Centre in their new Town Centre, we also look forward to welcoming people from across south west Sydney to discover the fantastic line-up of shopping, entertainment and dining choices on offer,” says Mr Dowler.“The location of Ed.Square Town Centre next to Edmondson Park train station means it’s convenient and easy for people to visit. For residents, the complete range of shops and services are all within walking distance of their front door.”

Melanie Gibbons, Member for Holsworthy, says the Service NSW Centre will make a real difference to the community when it opens in the second half of this year.“The centre will make it easier for locals to access hundreds of NSW Government transactions in one convenient location, including driver testing,” Ms Gibbons says. With an onsite train station, Town Centre, Eat Street, shops and amenities, Ed.Square combines an inner-city lifestyle with an urban village feel in a leafy neighbourhood, offering the in-built convenience of having everything residents need within walking distance of their home. 

Stage one of Ed.Square Town Centre will comprise 25,000 sqm of retail space and on completion of stage two, of up to an additional 15,000 sqm, the Town Centre will comprise up to 40,000 sqm of retail space.   

At Ed.Square, Frasers Property has collaborated with world-class architectural firms HDR, GroupGSA and HASSELL to deliver the vision for a 21st century town centre, integrated with 1,884 homes in a mix of apartments, terraces and ‘mews’-style townhomes.   

Contact Frasers Property on 13 38 38 or visit for more information about Ed.Square.   


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