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Brookwater on way to February opening

FUTURE LOOK: An artist’s impression of the Brookwater Retail Village, at present under construction.
FUTURE LOOK: An artist’s impression of the Brookwater Retail Village, at present under construction. Contributed

THE $30 million Brookwater Retail Village is expected to be unveiled in February with construction on track.

The development includes the Mater Health Centre Brookwater offering a wide range of allied health and medical services.

Mater Private Hospital Brisbane and Redland executive director Don Murray said Mater was working with Springfield Land Corporation, MyLife Medical and allied health professionals to bring a range of health services.

"Mater private specialists will be consulting from the medical suites to give residents of the Greater Springfield region access to specialist care in a number of disciplines in one convenient location.

"Mater is committed to building a healthy community and Mater Health Centre Brookwater will deliver an integrated health service to the residents of Greater Springfield," he said.

The Augusta Parkway and Tournament Drive development will include a Woolworths supermarket and eight specialty stores.

The retailers confirmed for the village included The Coffee Club, Escape Travel, Mado's Turkish Restaurant, Sushi Ho Ho, Brookwater Realty, Brookwater Nails and a bakery.

Springfield Land Corporation deputy managing director Raynuha Sinnathamby said completion of the Brookwater Retail Village would be an important milestone for Brookwater.

"When the new Brookwater Retail Village opens early next year it will provide an even greater level of convenience for Brookwater residents," she said.

"We're particularly excited about our partnership with Mater Health. Having such a diverse range of medical services just a few minutes down the road will be a fantastic addition to the Brookwater community."

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