At first appearance Marina Mirage looks like it’s trying to present as an upmarket fashion precinct with the likes of Max & Co, Calvin Klein and Tommy Hilfiger occupying tenancies. But then there’s also a rather untidy Macca’s, a Sushi Train, and a $2 Shop. This odd combination of tenants makes the place rather confusing and robs it of atmosphere. The fact that a number of stores were closed the last time I went, a Saturday afternoon, doesn’t do anything to address this.
On the positive side, there are several very good eateries including Omeros Bros and the Pier restaurants.
I’ve been there half a dozen times, including what should be busy times such as school holidays, but I’m yet to see the place well patronised, which is perhaps not surprising given the above.
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