Those travelling to or from Canberra Airport can expect to see some new options for retail, food and beverages over the next 12 months.
The airport announced on Friday that they were adding more than 1000sqm of new stores, with a focus on local food and locally made gifts to showcase the capital and its surrounding regions.
Construction will begin in coming months and stores will be introduced in two stages, with stage one finishing by the end of this year and stage two being completed by Easter 2020.
"We are excited about these new partnerships as we work through the last piece in our terminal puzzle," Canberra Airport head of property Richard Snow said.
"We have worked for years, focusing on making the travel experience for Canberrans and our visitors as seamless and efficient as possible.
"Now we are proud to be able to add in more restaurants and café options as well as retail that helps visitors remember their trip with local produce and gifts."
After a tender process Australian airport food and beverage company, Airport Retail Enterprises (ARE) were awarded the food and beverage component of the new terminal retail.
With them they bring a new cafe on the Western Concourse (the Virgin or international end), called City Hill Cafe, which will be serving Canberra's ONA coffee.
They will also create an Asian noodle and sushi offering called Noodles XO, and a health food offer.
"Canberra has a fantastic local food scene, and we are very pleased to be partnering with many local producers to bring this to the airport. The new terminal will become a fantastic showcase of the region's produce," Airport Retail Enterprises chief executive John Chapman said.
"We are extremely excited and privileged to be part of such a dynamic and world-class airport, and we look forward to partnering with them in this next stage in Canberra Airport's journey."
On the Southern Concourse (Qantas end) the existing Limestone Bar, Tuk Shop and Hudson coffee will be replaced by Capital Brewing Co. Bar.
Additionally, they will add a mixed news, books, travel essentials and café space on the ground floor in the arrivals baggage hall.
Airport retailer, Australian Way Pty Ltd (AWPL) - which has stores in airports across Australia and New Zealand - has been awarded the news, books and gifting component of the new terminal retail and will initially bring News@CBR to Canberra Airport.
Following the opening of News@CBR, Australian Way will open a second store, Merchant Canberra, which will showcase iconic gifts from Canberra, its surrounding region, and around Australia.
"Canberra Airport is a stunning facility," Australian Way managing director Costa Kouros said.
"To be chosen as the airport's specialty retail partner for the next seven years is something that fills my team with gratitude and determination.
"It is our absolute focus to connect with the local community, deliver a retail offering that brings commercial growth to Canberra Airport, and also significantly enhances the customer experience."