The South Penrith community is such a vibrant and active community and Southlands Shopping Centre is very proud of the role we play in supporting our local community groups.
Are you involved with a local community or sporting group? Southlands can help you promote your group and boost your registration numbers. Opportunities are available for groups to host their registration days at our centre. For more information click here.
We are also very proud of the association we have with our wonderful
Jess Fox is a Penrith local and is a much loved part of the Southlands family since 2012.
Jess is a world class slalom canoeist who has been competing on an international stage since 2006 and has achieved a list of accolades and acclaim in her sport many athletes could only dream of. She is the most successful paddler (male or female) in history, and one of Australia’s recent Gold medal winners at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics.
At the Tokyo 2020 Olympics Jess won a Gold Medal in the canoe (C1W) and a Bronze Medal in the kayaking (K1W) singles. These recent achievements adding to her spectacular tally of a previous Olympic Silver Medal, London Olympics 2012 (K1W singles) and an Olympic Bronze Medal, Rio Olympics 2016 (K1W singles), 26 x World Cup Gold medals and 7 x World Championship titles to name only a few achievements.
Jess is one of the most inspirational people you could ever wish to meet.
Jess has been a much loved part of the Southlands team since 2012 and we are thrilled to continuing supporting her achieve her dreams.
Nathan Cleary is a household name in Penrith these days. Playing at halfback for the Penrith Panthers, Nathan who made his NRL debut in 2016 has enjoyed the highs of the game. In June 2018 Nathan ran out in a sky blue jersey for the NSW State of Origin Team, making his debut as halfback.
No stranger to representative football Nathan has previously represented his country when he captained the Australian Schoolboys team in 2015. He has also played NSW City Origin, Harold Mathews and SG Ball for the Panthers.
In 2017 Nathan finished the season as the highest point scorer in the NRL with a total of 228 points making him the youngest player to achieve this since 1913.
We are proud and excited to have Nathan as an integral part of the Southlands team.