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Mardi Gras Merriments at World Square

Mardi Gras has come alive in the Square with rainbow flags and mirror balls and we’ve got a spread of fabulous activities sure to excite and entertain you!


“Mardi” movies in the Square

27 February – 4 March from 7pm to 9pm

Do you remember our Silent Cinema days? We’ll we’re bring them back with a marvellous twist! Each evening from the week of Monday 27 February you can enjoy movies such as ‘Priscilla Queen of the Desert’, ‘Hairspray’; ‘The Birdcage’, and more!

Screening starts from 7pm. Reserve your FREE ticket at

Monday 27 February
The Adventures of Priscilla Queen of the Desert
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Tuesday 28 February
Mamma Mia
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Wednesday 1 March

The Birdcage
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Thursday 2 March
Can’t Stop the Music
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Friday 3 March

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Saturday 4 March

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Mardi Gras celebrations – shop up a storm and celebrate!

Mardi Gras celebrations comes alive at World Square on 1–3 March with lunch time and after work entertainment and performances each day by renown names such as Victoria Anthony (DJ) Vybe and Coco Jumbo (Queens), Simon Rooke (DJ) and Rollergirl Promotions! On top of all that there will be a spinning wheel at lunchtimes with great prizes to be won, Gay radio will be broadcast LIVE from World Square and our annual DIY rainbow chalking will be taking place from 12pm on 3 March!


Win* 1 of 10 double pass to the preview screening of A Few Less Men on 28 February thanks to StudioCanal

In A Few Less Men, the hilarious sequel to the worldwide hit A Few Best Men, a destination wedding in Australia’s Blue Mountains goes horribly wrong when Luke gets drunk and falls off a cliff. Our boys, David (Xavier Samuel), Tom (Kris Marshall) and Graham (Kevin Bishop) suddenly find themselves transporting their friend’s corpse back to London, where his grieving Aunt is planning the funeral. When their private jet crash-lands in the bush, the boys must carry the body across the treacherous landscape, resist some sexy ravers, dodge a machete-wielding mother and handle a mix up with a giant gold penis, all in a race against time to return Luke home. Will they all survive… intact?

A laugh-out-loud romp across Australia, A Few Less Men crashes into cinemas nationally 9 March.

View the trailer here:

To win one these giggle-worthy tickets simply email and tell us: “What event would you like to see celebrated at World Square this year and why?”

Competition closes Sunday 26 February.


Stay radiant at T2 with their new matcha range!

Embrace the super green sip on everyone’s lips. With matcha at your fingertips you’ll be making all the right moves and soaking up those good vibes!

Introducing Turmeric Matcha, Vanilla Matcha and Genmaicha Matcha brews! All teas are $32. Pick yours up at T2, World Square today!


Cue’s Winter Campaign is here!

Cue is the original Australian creative.

Designed here. Made here. Fashioned from international luxury fabrics, shaped for modern lives. Rich in detail. Enduring and inspired. Cut to thrill.

Style is built on opposites: pivotal pieces and wild cards, style rebels and trusted classics. Make the statement. Choose your moment.

We’ll see you at Cue, World Square today.


Have you seen Calvin Klein’s new campaign?

Last week Calvin Klein released the first global campaign under Raf Simons’ direction – American Classics. Raf Simons, Chief Creative Officer of Calvin Klein says: “It’s a celebration of Calvin Klein’s iconic underwear and jeans; acknowledging their status as pop and showing them in the world of art.”

Find out more in this article written in Vogue here


Have you had a chance to try on Lorna Jane, World Square’s fabulous new collection?

Colours are bright and bold, creating a design direction that feels unusual and fresh. It combines tropical motifs and bolder brighter colours alongside monochrome.

High-sheen and metallic fabrics have a sharpness that appears hyperreal; casual sporty staples look to nostalgic references; and summer tailoring becomes breezier and sophisticated, and features a more intense palette.