IKEA is the main attraction but there are also lots of homewards stores including Adairs, Adairs kids, Howard's storage and more. Escalators are pram friendly and there is lots of parking though it can get very busy on weekends. There is also a Coles so you can pick up groceries.
The only reason I'd want to come here is for IKEA. Even then, I hesitate. Finding a carpark is pretty horrific on weekends, unless you come near opening/closing times. The lifts are extremely slow and you get jostled around by people with their huge IKEA trolleys. It is a shopping centre skewed toward homewares and furniture, with the top floor almost dedicated to the house proud.
Great place to go shopping. The only thing stopping me from giving this complex 5 stars is the parking and the slow elevators. Parking is made a littler easier by the indicator lights above the spots (green for vacant, red for occupied) but it is still difficult to find parking during weekends. Parking is free for 3 hours only. Great variety of shops with all categories catered for (Coles, Ikea, Target, Harris Farm, cafes, etc). The food court has a nice variety too. We love going to the Phoenix Chinese Restaurant too. The cinema is also conveniently located when you've done enough shopping. When your feet get tired, there's hardly any seats throughout the centre (some outside Coles). Your solution would be to patronise either the cafes or head back to the food court.
Great little shopping center, very new and modern. The big draw-card is the massive IKEA store, hugely popular, with a great little cafe. The center itself has lots to offer, from small boutique shops, to a cinema complex, and grocery and food stores, along with a great food court with all sorts of options from healthy to sweets and cakes. Something for everyone. The only drawback is the limited time free parking, but apart from that it's well worth the morning out to explore.