5 things you’ve got to check out at the new Stockland Green Hills

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Last week we went live from the grand opening of the new Stockland Green Hills, and to say we were impressed is an understatement. From the new casual dining precinct The Courtyard, with it's colourful LED Trees, to the Hunter's first David Jones concept store... It's impressive. Here are 5 things you don't wanna miss on your first or next visit to Stockland Green Hills.


They look pretty cool during the day, but at night the LED light trees that cover the new Courtyard dining precinct take the whole thing to another level.

The trees are the perfect accompaniment to the new restaurant precinct with its Enchanted Forest play area, animatronic animals, talking trees and sculpture from renowned art duo Gillie and Marc.

We highly recommend checking the courtyard out, especially at night. And there really is something for everyone when it comes to food; Options include Guzman y Gomez, Rashay's, Burger Urge to Kinn Thai, Cha Time, Tella Balls Dessert Bar and Oliver Brown just to name a few.

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An “only in America story" - Nathan's Famous began in 1916 as a small hot dog stand on Coney Island in New York. Polish immigrant, Nathan Handwerker sold hot dogs that were manufactured based on a recipe developed by his wife's grandmother - The same recipe they still use today.

Last year there were over 500 million Nathan’s Famous Hot Dogs sold, and after we tried one, we're pretty sure they're gonna sell a few in the food court at Stockland Green Hills this year.

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The new David Jones concept store at Green Hills has reimagined the delivery of fashion. The intimate new experience and award winning store design with its bespoke beauty, accessories & fashion ranges will have local fashionistas in a spin. Personalised shopping with bands like Witchery, Country Road and Mimco among many others can all be found inside.

The new concept store is the perfect accompaniment to the other outlets including Seed, Decjuba & Sportsgirl.

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The people at Stockland Green Hills know that fun is for everyone so they designed a new inclusive playground for everyone to enjoy. The playground design has been inspired by the history of the Hunter River. It's got a forest, cubby house, vine archways and a play tunnel. You can find it on level 1 of Stockland Green Hills, near Target and beside Harry Hartog bookshop.

The little people in our lives also enjoyed the new Enchanted Forest playground located in the Courtyard Dining precinct. If you look closely the Enchanted Forest tells a story through discovery and fun challenges. Think natural materials, tactile surfaces and interactive play elements.

#PROTIP: Make a day out of it and take the kids to the centre's Timezone, Build a Bear or for a movie at the cinema coming in June. 

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We've never seen an electric car charging station in the wild before... But Stockland Green Hills has the very first "EV chargers" in Maitland and we just had to check em out.

Located in the car park accessible form the corner of Stronach Avenue these outlets, including two Tesla Destination chargers and two Chargepoint charging stations, are available for customer use and they're totally free.

It's all part of Stockland's investment in green energy. And we think that's pretty rad!

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