Japanese retailer Uniqlo is opening its newest Australian store this Thursday at Westfield Hurstville, and it’s giving out freebies to celebrate. After an official ribbon-cutting ceremony and Japanese drumming celebration, the shop will open to the public at 10am. The first 250 customers through the door will score a free Donut Papi doughnut, and the first 500 shoppers to spend more than $100 in a single transaction will snap up a goodie bag as well.

Uniqlo is known for its functional garments, including its Heattech thermal range and signature graphic T-shirt line, UT. These lines and its spring/summer 2019 range will all be available at the new 779-square-metre store.

It’s the brand’s seventh outlet in NSW and 21st in Australia. The first Uniqlo in the country opened in Emporium Melbourne in 2014, and the second opened in Pitt Street in Sydney later that year.

Westfield Hurstville opens at shop MM5 at Westfield Hurstville this Thursday, September 19.