Abdelhadi Dannaoui, owner of Sydney Tasty Meats at Casula Mall, said the centre's new multi-faith room is a "win-win". The project, which involved the complete refurbishment of the existing bathrooms, was commissioned to cater to the diverse needs of the community.
"We've received so much positive feedback from customers and we, as retailers, all agree it's fantastic to have a space that is safe for everyone to use," Mr Dannaoui said.
"Our shoppers no longer need to rush home, they can do their prayers here and continue shopping so it's a win-win."
Centre manager Jacqueline Common said they recognised that sometimes shoppers or retail staff were unable to attend their place of worship.
"That's why we wanted to provide a safe and convenient place for these community members to reflect, pray and meditate," she said.
The non-denominational multi-faith room is accessible to shoppers during the centre's core trading hours.