Hot on the heels of the recent store closures in New South Wales, two Retravision stores have closed in Western Australia.

Retravision Leederville ceased trading on June 30. Owned by Richard Phan, the store has had a number of relocations since opening in the Perth suburb in 1961.

Morley Retravision, which was owned by brothers Ross and Glenn Gaynor, also operate a Retravision store in Balcatta, which will now be redeveloped into larger premises.

In other news, Kalgoorlie Retravision has announced it will be relocating. Kalgoorlie Retravision proprietor Lindsay Kanther deciding to relocate from the present site on Hannan Street to larger premises in Boulder Road.

Another Western Australian store – Northam Retravision, owned by Greg and Jo Stephen, which previously operated as a furniture and electrical store, will convert to an electrical-only retailer on August 1.

Also in Perth, a new West Coast HiFi store has opened in Midland, Perth. Owners Scott Stay and Dave Hartnett also own another outlet in Cannington.

West Coast HiFi Albany has moved to new premises adjacent to the Retravision store in Campbell Road, Albany. Owned by Russell Hare, the new store will focus on custom fit audio and home theatre.

Fridge & Washer City Mandurah has moved to a bulky goods site. Owned by Mike Wilson, it was previously located in the Mandurah strip shopping precinct.