Perth welcomes Sunday trading

Sundays trading is finally here , with Perth’s rapid population surge . Sunday trading has come as a boon to many people who were waiting for such news to  become reality. While out more popular other states already enjoy Sunday trading, Perth has just got in with the act today.

The state Opposition Leader Mark McGowan who has pushed for SUNDAY TRADING  says he will allow all hardware stores to trade all day on Sundays if he wins the election.

Perth welcomes Sunday trading

Colin Barnett has also supported sunday trading, In August, Premier Colin Barnett said he would move to allow all shops, including Coles and Woolworths, to trade on Sundays across metropolitan Perth if re-elected in 2013.

Thousands of Perth people have flooded shopping centres across the metropolitan area on the first day of Sunday trading. Shopping centres across Perth will be able to open their doors between 11:00am and 5:00pm on Sundays from today.

Shops will also be able to trade on most public holidays, with the exception of Good Friday, Christmas Day and ANZAC Day, when they will remain closed.

Changes to Retail Trading hours – Perth

The decision to open on Sundays will remain the choice of the individual retailer and businesses will need to look to their own situation to make that decision.

Traders should note that the Commercial Tenancy (Retail Shops) Agreements Act 1985 protects retail tenants from being forced to open on Sundays. These same laws ensure commercial tenants can only be charged operating expenses for Sundays if they open on Sundays.

Trading hours for general retail shops in the metropolitan area
  • 8.00am – 9.00pm, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday Thursday and Friday

  • 8.00am – 5.00pm, Saturday

  • 11.00am – 5.00pm, Sunday*

  • 11.00am – 5.00pm Public holidays*

  • CLOSED, Christmas Day, Good Friday and ANZAC Day

* effective from 26 August 2012 for the whole of the Perth metropolitan region

Both the Sunday trading fact sheet and the Frequently asked questions summary have important information for retail shops in the greater Perth Metropolitan area.

Fact sheet on Sunday trading   and more info here

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