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Wednesday, June 2, 2010

New GW store in Sydney

Taken from the Games-Workhsop website here...
Shop 10 Tower Square,
155-167 Miller Street,
North Sydney.
Ph: (02) 9929 2050

All of our centres stock a full range of Warhammer 40,000, Warhammer and The Lord of The Rings games and models as well as all the hobby materials you need to collect, build and paint your armies.

Free painting & modelling advice

No matter what your level of painting or modelling skill, if you spend 30 minutes with one of our members of staff you will see those skills improved and might find out something you never knew!

Free gaming & tactics advice

All our staff are experienced gamers (after all it's what they do for a living!). They can give you sound tactical advice, help you build battle-winning armies and clear up most of your rules queries.

Beginner Saturdays

Every Saturday Games Workshop North Sydney Hobby Centre runs hobby workshops designed for beginner hobbyists. This involves participating in activities designed to develop your skills in painting and gaming. If you wish to participate in this activity, contact your local hobby centre and let the professionals help you out!


Mon: Closed
Tues: 11:00am - 6:00pm
Wed: 11:00am - 6:00pm
Thurs: 11:00am - 7:00pm
Fri: 11:00am - 6:00pm
Saturday: 9am - 5pm
Sunday: Closed

We looking forward to seeing you."

Well it's nice they opened a new store but not really where the opened it. A 20 minute walk from the Battle Bunker on Clarence Street (I'm a fast walker...? lol). I'd like to see a store open up on the Northern Beaches so I don't have to drive 40+ minutes but that's just me you know... Anyone been to this store? Worth going to or just stick with the Battle Bunker when I venture out of my house and consider stepping into a GW store?

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jabberjabber said...

Haven't been there, but it seems a bit close to the battle bunker perhaps?
Well, good luck to them none the less! :)

Heinz said...

Could be considered close comparatively to how widespread GW is in Sydney.

But there's no way that's 20mins walk. I used to live around the block from the battle bunker and worked around the corner from Miller Tower. Even walking purposefully quickly in cool weather in the most optmised route for traffic lights that was a 40min walk.

Their trading hours seem about right. North Sydney is completely dead outside of business hours. On the face of it a poor location for a store - only really suitable for people who work in North Sydney - but at least you probably won't have hordes of kids in there!

Kirby said...

You don't have the new model hover boots do you? I do think they are lacking on the Northern Beaches considering the closest to me are Chatswood/Paramatta/Castle Hill/Hornsby unless I stay at the missus' who lives close to the Miranda store. I'd vote for one at the new Top Ryde shopping center at least if not Macquarie/Warringah... not that I go often ^^.

jabberjabber said...

Somewhere like Macquarie would seem ideal, especially given the university close by.

Auretious Taak said...

Macquarie Centre would be brilliant! You'd have all the local high/primary school kids that use the main bus interchange at the centre every week as well as the university across the road. It'd be convenient as for myself also from next semester onwards as I go back to uni at Macquarie again after the semester deferred!


Kirby said...

Aye Macquarie would be awesome but that would be using their noggin! North Ryde with the new shopping center would be good, too. Very central.

When you go back to Mac Taak, should drop by Vinsanity's place or Hornsby store for some games :P.

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