Bailey Nelson has opened the doors to its 50th Australian retail store, bringing its fashion forward Australian-designed eyewear to Castle Towers Shopping Centre in Sydney’s growing northwest.
Founded in 2012, Bailey Nelson now runs over 90 stores across Australia, New Zealand, the United Kingdom and Canada. The company has been rated Best Optical Retailer on Product Review with a score of 4.8/5 from over 785 reviews.
Bailey Nelson will be perfectly placed here, alongside our recent opening in Hornsby, to service the large trade area at the recently expanded Castle Towers centre
Bailey Nelson Castle Towers will be run by Manager Michele Cook and experienced optometrist Samantha Camilleri. Equipped with advanced retinal photography, the practice will offer eye tests at least five days a week.
“Bailey Nelson is eye care without the trade-offs,” Ms Cook said. “I am proud to bring Bailey Nelson’s quality frames, unique designs, and outstanding clinical care to my local area.”
Bailey Nelson’s collection, which is entirely designed in Sydney, comprises 400 frames across 86 unique styles and 72 unique colourways. Frames can be fitted with optical, sun and prescription sun lenses, with single vision, multifocal and blue light filter, and anti-reflective coatings.
The Castle Towers store will showcase the new Atelier Collection, which introduces 24 handcrafted optical and sun frames into the Bailey Nelson family, made up of five shapes in 12 new colourways.
Bailey Nelson co-founder, Peter Winkle said, “We are very excited to be opening our 50th Australian retail store at Castle Towers. We’re a local company and are very proud to be growing our presence in this part of Sydney”.
“Sydney’s Hills District is a key strategic growth corridor for the city, and it is one of the most sought-after residential regions currently experiencing a boom in infrastructure development. Bailey Nelson will be perfectly placed here, alongside our recent opening in Hornsby, to service the large trade area at the recently expanded Castle Towers centre, which is a stunning retail destination,” he added.