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Rouse Hill Town Centre (commonly referred to as RHTC) is a shopping centre in the suburb of Rouse Hill in the Hills District of Sydney, New South Wales. The centre is part of a larger development proposal for the Rouse Hill Regional Centre.
Unlike many shopping centres in Australia, Rouse Hill Town Centre is a true town centre with streets, a Town Square, outdoor dining and a mix of indoor and outdoor spaces. The centre features high ceilings and has no doors between indoor and outdoor sections.
The centre is divided into four quadrants. Each quadrant has its own distinct range of stores, and all four quadrants meet at an area known as the Town Square. From the Town Square, the Main Street and Civic Way branch out to separate the four quadrants. Its main competitors are Castle Towers and Westpoint Blacktown both about 10 km away. The centre comprises a number of major retailers, as well as cafes, fine dining and entertainment venues.
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