Back-to-school shopping sorted at Eastlands

WITH back-to-school time just around the corner, students are enjoying what is left of their summer holidays, while also looking forward to learning new things and meeting up with their school friends again.

But for parents and guardians, this can be a stressful time in deciding what is needed to get their children’s school year off to a flying start and trying to discover the best buys.

Fortunately, Vicinity Eastlands takes the hassle out of the back-to-school period and makes it easy to tick off even the longest shopping lists with retailers stocking the latest and greatest to help get children school-ready.

Williams the Shoemen is one of the “go-to” stores offering a huge range of footwear, while JB HiFi has all your technology needs covered.

BIG W boasts all the schoolbag and stationery essentials and Rebel Sport covers all sporting supplies.

Lowes is also now stocking school uniforms for Lindisfarne Primary School, Rose Bay High School and Eastside Lutheran College.

Eastlands centre manager Craig Connell said these were just a handful of centre retailers that were ready and waiting to assist you with your back to school needs.

“It is fantastic to see so many back to school essentials available to purchase at super prices at Eastlands,” he said.

“Whether a child is five or 15, there are hundreds of products to choose from under one roof.”

Customers can also take advantage of Eastlands’ Back to School campaign with a chance to win one of three iPad Minis by shopping with Eastlands retailers. The first 250 customers will also receive a free gift and a bonus entry by shopping with BIG W.

The campaign is running from Monday 23 January until Sunday 5 February 2017.

For more information, campaign terms and conditions and a full list of stores and trading hours go to www.eastlandssc.com.au

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