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Why not check out Broadway Sydney's new Level 2 this weekend?

Browse fashion and beauty, grab lunch and view the art on Broadway Sydney's revamped Level 2

Photograph: Supplied

If you visited Broadway Sydney any time within the last year, you would’ve noticed that Level 2 was undergoing a serious makeover. And now, after 12 months of redevelopment works and an expansion of 3,400 square metres, it’s finally been unveiled.

The doors swung open on August 18 and the $55 million redevelopment is now showing off 30 new retailers in food, fashion and beauty.

International brands you can now find at Broadway include H&M, Sephora, Victoria’s Secret, Seed Heritage, Sunglass Hut, Calvin Klein Underwear, Napoleon Perdis and many more.

If all that shopping has given you an appetite, you can sate it at Passiontree Velvet teahouse; Din Tai Fung; Zeus Street Greek; Chinese food experts Mr Wu; Turkish food kings Eat Istanbul; and Vietnamese street food vendors Bun Me, alongside familiar favourites like Soul Origin, Nando’s, Grill’d Healthy Burgers, Schnitz, Guzman Y Gomez, Hero Sushi and Cha Time.

The newly renovated Level 2 is also pretty to look at. It's adorned in contemporary Australian art from fove Sydney-based creatives – master of murals, Mulga; illustrator and silkscreen printer Kate Banazi; emerging furniture designer Vincent Buret; textiles artist Victoria Garcia; and industrial designer Adam Goodrum.