Macarthur Square is celebrating its 40th birthday with a jam-packed schedule of food, fashion and fun from Saturday, September 21 to Sunday, September 29.
Centre manager Trevor Hill said the shopping centre's birthday celebrations were their way of thanking their customers and stores for their support over the past four decades of growth and change.
"We're proud to be part of the Campbelltown-Macarthur community," Mr Hill said.
"We have certainly grown with the region, and we're now home to more than 280 major national and specialty stores.
"We are looking forward to sharing more moments and creating new memories with the Campbelltown-Macarthur community in the decades to come."
Celebrations will kick off with a weekend of free sensory events including styling sessions, a grazing table workshop, make-up demonstrations and beauty pampering.
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On Thursday, September 26 you can head down to Kellicar Lane to sing "Happy Birthday" and enjoy a cuppa and some cake with special guest speaker Campbelltown Council general manager Lindy Deitz.
That evening, Camden-born, singer-songwriter and winner of The Voice Australia 2016, Alfie Arcuri will take to the centre stage for a special performance.
From Thursday, September 26 until Sunday, September 29 the centre will host four days of birthday fun for the whole family including life-sized colouring walls, face-painting, balloon twisting, a petting zoo and roving performers.
You can explore Macarthur Square and the Macarthur region's heritage through a photographic display by the Campbelltown Airds Historical Society or learn how to weave at a workshop hosted by The Campbelltown Art Centre in collaboration Yirran Miigaydhu.
You can also be part of a community mural at the #FACESOFMACARTHUR photo wall or enter the prize grab booth to claim your share of more than $10,000 in prizes.
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