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Loyal customers mean business as usual
Chocolate Olive Cafe owner Lily Lui says business is steady.
Photo: Elesa Kurtz
While Woden town centre soldiers on
amid a public service shake-up and a
bus interchange overhaul, businesses
across Hindmarsh Drive are thriving.
Phillip's melting pot of niche
services, retail and hospitality, flanked
by car dealerships, continues to draw
customers despite the blows being
delivered across the road.
Bead Street retail assistant Chandre
Crowther has worked at the Dundas
Court store for more than a decade and
said the nostalgic, supportive business
community meant word of mouth
"Most of the businesses around here
have been here for as long as I
"[We send] customers to each other
and recommend other businesses.''
She said specialised services like
Bead Street didn't seem to be affected
by public service changes and drew
customers from further afield.
Even hospitality shop fronts such as
Lava and Quizine attracted a loyal
following, she said.
"Once people have a cup of coffee
from [Lava] they will go out of their
way to get one -- same with Addicted
Better Music is one such business,
located in a large new building on
Owner Greg Soulsby said the
destination store had been in Phillip
since the mid-1980s and had a loyal
customer base, in part thanks to long-
standing staff and broader support.
"I think traders here in Phillip
support each other. If I am looking for
new tyres for my car, that sort of thing,
I'll always stop here in Phillip."
He said growing housing density
had been positive, but a shrinking
public service presence was yet to
Similarly, Chocolate Olive Cafe
owner Lily Liu said business was
running smoothly despite public
"I think because they're cutting jobs
it's affecting everywhere but it's not a
big change here," she said.
Like Ms Crowther, she said word of
mouth kept people coming despite the
cafe's slightly hidden Colbee Court
She said a number of pedestrian
access points and easy parking made
shopping in Phillip convenient.
for street fight
A 26-year-old Casey man and a
25-year-old Palmerston man have
been arrested after a violent assault
near Bailey's Corner in the city early
on Friday morning.
The two men have been charged
with assault occasioning actual
bodily harm and will face court on
The assault occurred at the taxi
rank near Bailey's Court in Civic
about 3.45am and left one man in
hospital with head injuries.
Police say one of the accused men
struck the victim with his hand,
causing him to fall the ground. The
other man then kicked the victim
while he was on the ground.
The offenders walked away from
the scene, but were stopped a short
time later by police. ACT Ambulance
Services took the victim to Calvary
Hospital suffering head injuries.
PLAN TO REVAMP TOWN
CENTRE IN TUGGERANONG
Plans to encourage development and
revitalise the Tuggeranong town
centre have been tabled in the
Legislative Assembly. Minister for
Planning Mick Gentleman said the
plan contains a range of measures
taken from the 2012 Tuggeranong
Town Centre Master Plan aimed at
giving the town centre a kick start.
"Comprehensive public consultation
undertaken for the master plan has
led to a number of zone changes and
amendments to codes that will
consolidate the existing centre, with
more people living closer to existing
businesses and better use of services
and facilities," Mr Gentleman said.
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