National clothing store closing doors at Caneland

Witchery is closing their store in Caneland Central.
Witchery is closing their store in Caneland Central. Lauren Connor

SALE signs are placed throughout popular women's fashion store Witchery at Caneland Central as the Australian fashion label prepares to close their Mackay store.

Caneland Central centre manager Simon De Barro confirmed the store, which opened in October 2011, was shutting up shop.

"Caneland Central provides an enjoyable customer experience to its shoppers by offering a convenient and diversified retail mix. Unfortunately in this instance, the tenant has chosen to vacate the Centre,” Mr De Barro said.

"While we can't discuss details of individual rental agreements, we value each retailer and always welcome the opportunity to discuss arrangements directly with them.

"We look forward to new stores opening in the future.

The Daily Mercury understands the store will be closing within the next two weeks.

Witchery has been contacted for comment.

Topics:  caneland central mackay store store closing witchery womens fashion

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