Fairfield Flavours

Fairfield Gardens

Celebrate the stunning new look and taste of Fairfield Gardens Shopping Centre at Fairfield Flavours on Saturday, November 17.

Just in time for summer, the shopping centre is launching its brand new al fresco dining area with several exciting, new retailers offering freebies and hot deals. 

Fairfield Flavours

Jamaica Blue with be pouring free coffees all day while Grill’d is offering free burgers to the first 100 people. 

Fairfield Flavours

Not to be outdone, Carpe Diem Café is giving away free yoghurt bowls for the first 100 and Ichiban Sushi has $2 sushi plates.

Fairfield Flavours

In addition, there’ll be delicious food sampling, live music, super savings and instore events happening throughout the centre. 

Fairfield Flavours

Plus, everyone who spends $5 or more in any store will go into the draw to win a $500 Grill’d gift card!

Find out more at www.fairfieldgardens.com.au

By Deb Lidster

Fairfield Gardens is a valued partner of Must Do Brisbane.com

Fairfield Shopping Centre

180 Fairfield Rd


Nov 17 9-4


180 Fairfield Rd Fairfield

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