Shopping centres Australia

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Westfield Geelong  
Westfield Geelong is a shopping centre located in the central Geelong, Victoria, Australia opened in 1988. It was formerly known as Westfield Bay City before the present redevelopment, and as Bay City Plaza before being taken over by The Westfield Group in 2003.

Brookside Shopping Centre  
Brookside Shopping Centre is a regional shopping centre in Mitchelton, a suburb of Brisbane, Queensland, Australia.

Harbour Town (shopping centre)  
Harbour Town brand direct outlet shopping centres, with premium locations on Queensland's Gold Coast, at West Beach, Adelaide in South Australia, and at West Perth, Western Australia, are Australia's leading purpose-designed outlet shopping destinations.

Canberra Centre  
Canberra Centre is a shopping mall located in Civic, Canberra, Australia. It opened on 6 March 1963 as the Monaro Mall, then underwent a $220 million redevelopment and became the Canberra Centre in 1989. Canberra Centre was the first shopping centre in Canberra to have a car park operated by Car Park Ticket Machines.

Westfield Woden  
Westfield Woden (until recently known as Woden Plaza) is a large shopping centre located in the Woden Town Centre in the suburbs of Canberra, Australian Capital Territory. Initially constructed in stages during the 1970s, it underwent a major redevelopment in the late 1990s, adding on a new wing to the building called "The Market" as well as a new Hoyts 8-screen cinema complex, and refurbishment of older sections.

Myer is Australia's largest chain of department stores, retailing a broad range of merchandise including women's, men's and children's clothing, footwear and accessories; cosmetics and fragrance; homewares; electrical; furniture and bedding; toys; books and stationery; food and confectionery; and travel goods.

The Galeries Victoria  
The Galeries Victoria (also TGV) is a shopping centre in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. It is located in the heart of the Sydney central business district, bounded by George, Pitt and Park Streets. The shopping centre sits below the Citigroup office tower and beside the Sydney Hilton Hotel.

MLC Centre  
The MLC Centre is a skyscraper in Sydney, Australia. This office building is 228 metres (748 feet) high and has 67 storeys. Occupants include the Sydney Consulate of the United States of America. The podium of the building includes a shopping centre with several exclusive fashion labels and a 1,186 seat theatre, the Theatre Royal.

Rhodes Shopping Centre, Sydney  
Rhodes railway station is the railway station closest to the centre. Vehicle access is available from either direction of travel on Homebush Bay Drive in one direction and Concord Road in the other. Access to the centre via STA Buses is available on the 460, 461, 458 and 459 routes.


Centro Roselands  
Centro Roselands (previously called Roselands Shopping Centre) is a medium-sized shopping centre in Roselands, a suburb in south-western Sydney, in the state of New South Wales, Australia. Opened in 1965, Roselands was Australia's second shopping centre, and remained the largest shopping centre in the Southern hemisphere for years, even though it is quite small by today's standards.

Rouse Hill Town Centre  
Rouse Hill Town Centre is a regional shopping centre in north-western Sydney, in the suburb of Rouse Hill. The centre is part of a larger development proposal for the Rouse Hill Regional Centre. The centre is expected to feature 215 stores upon the opening of the second stage of the development.

Southgate, Sylvania  
Southgate is a shopping centre in the Sydney suburb of Sylvania, in the state of New South Wales, Australia.

Warringah Mall  
Warringah Mall is a large indoor/outdoor shopping centre on Sydney's Northern Beaches in the suburb of Brookvale, approximately 15km from the CBD. Its main tenants include David Jones, Myer, Target, Big W, Woolworths, Coles Supermarkets, Rebel Sport, JB HiFi and Hoyts Cinemaxx in addition to over 300 specialty stores.

Westfield Chatswood  
Westfield Chatswood is a large shopping centre in the suburb of Chatswood in the North Shore area of Sydney. It is owned and managed by The Westfield Group. It originally opened in 1986 and was redeveloped in the late 1990s to incorporate a previously free standing Grace Bros store (later renamed Myer). Major stores in the centre include Myer, Coles, Food For Less, Target, Toys 'R' Us, JB Hi-Fi and Rebel Sport. The centre also includes a 6 screen Hoyts cinema complex.

Westfield Eastgardens  
Westfield Shoppingtown Eastgardens is a shopping centre that is located in the suburb of Eastgardens in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.

Lakehaven Shopping Centre  
Lakehaven Shopping Centre is a shopping centre in the Central Coast region of New South Wales, Australia, located about 10 km northeast of Wyong. It is owned by CFS Retail Property Trust, a subsidiary of Colonial First State, who acquired it in April 1997. The centre contains a total retail area (GLA) of 39,053 m² (November 2006) making it the third largest shopping centre on the Central Coast after Erina Fair and Westfield Tuggerah.

Westfield Tuggerah  
Westfield Tuggerah is a shopping centre located at Tuggerah on the Central Coast of New South Wales approximately 5km south of the Wyong CBD. The complex was constructed in 1995. The centre completed a large upgrade in 2005 and is now host to 245 stores plus an 8 cinema Greater Union complex, including Senstadium seating.

Broadway on the Mall, Brisbane  
The centre holds many specialty shops, including a Harvey Norman store, well as a newsagent and a food court. There is also a Pancake cafe on the top floor.

Queen Street Mall, Brisbane  
The Queen Street Mall is a mall in the centre of Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. Originally a part of Queen Street, the mall was closed to traffic in 1982 and several facilities in the mall, including Wintergarden and The Myer Centre, have opened since then. The mall also underwent refurbishment in 1999 and in 2005 the mall saw the opening of the new flagship David Jones store which replaced a previous one situated next to it.

Forest Lake Village Shopping Centre  
Forest Lake Village Shopping Centre is a shopping mall located in Forest Lake, Queensland, Australia.Forest Lake Shopping Village has these major stores: The Warehouse, Crazy Clarks, Aldi and Woolworths.

Indooroopilly Shopping Centre  
Indooroopilly Shopping Centre is a major regional shopping centre in the western suburb of Indooroopilly, which is located in the city of Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. It is the largest shopping centre in the western suburbs of Brisbane, by gross lettable area, and contains the only Myer store in that region.

Westfield Carindale  
Westfield Carindale was until late 2006 Brisbane's largest shopping centre at 115,524m2 or 1,243,500ft2, and is located in the suburb of Carindale, east of Brisbane. The renovated and extended Westfield Chermside on the north side over took the title of largest shopping centre in Brisbane.

Westfield North Lakes  
Westfield North Lakes is a shopping centre in North Lakes in Brisbane's northern suburbs. The centre originally had around 80 stores when it opened in 2003, but was extended in 2007, bringing the total number of stores to over 200.

Westfield Garden City  
Westfield Garden City, better known as Garden City, is one of Brisbane's major shopping centres, located in the suburb of Upper Mount Gravatt. The centre is operated by Westfield, and previously operated by AMP Limited before the takeover in 2003.

Redbank Plaza  
Redbank Plaza is located at Redbank, near Ipswich on the corner of Collingwood and Namtjira Drives. Currently, the shopping centre is the largest between Indooroopilly and Toowoomba, servicing over 17 suburbs in the eastern suburbs of Ipswich. The shopping centre hosts a bus interchange for Westside buslines and is located one kilometer from Redbank QR Citytrain Station. The shopping centre is also adjacent to the M2 (Ipswich Motorway).

Logan Hyperdome  
Logan Hyperdome Shopping Centre in Loganholme, Queensland is the largest shopping centre in Logan City and one of the largest single story shopping centres in Australia. It is also reputedly the biggest single story shopping centre in the Southern Hemisphere.

Australia Fair Shopping Centre  
Located in Southport Queensland, Australia Fair Shopping Centre is the major shopping centre in the administrative centre of the Gold Coast. It is the only undercover and fully air conditioned major shopping centre on the Gold Coast .

Chevron Renaissance Shopping Centre  
The Chevron Renaissance Shopping Centre is located right in the heart of the Surfers Paradise shopping centre in the Chevron Renaissance development.

Harbour Town (shopping centre)  
Harbour Town Gold Coast is located on the corner of the Gold Coast Highway and Oxley Drive Biggera Waters, Queensland. The Gold Coast centre opened in December 1999 when The Lewis Land Group of Companies opened Australia's first and largest purpose-built brand direct factory outlet shopping centre.

Oasis Shopping Centre  
The Oasis Shopping Centre is located on the Broadbeach Mall in Broadbeach, Gold Coast, Queensland.

Pacific Fair Shopping Centre  
Pacific Fair is a major shopping centre located in Broadbeach on the Gold Coast, Queensland, and was Queensland's largest regional shopping centre until 2006.

Kawana Shoppingworld  
Kawana Shoppingworld is a regional shopping centre located in Buddina, Queensland that is operated by Mirvac. The centre consists of 110 stores, making it the second-largest regional shopping centre on the Sunshine Coast in Queensland, Australia.

Sunshine Plaza  
Sunshine Plaza is a large shopping centre located in Maroochydore in the Sunshine Coast area of Queensland, with major stores and supermarkets including Coles, Woolworths, Myer, Kmart, Target, and Birch Carroll & Coyle cinemas, as well as another 250 individual shops. It is managed by Lend Lease.

Noosa Civic  
Noosa Civic is a shopping centre located west of Noosa on the Sunshine Coast, Queensland. Major stores include Woolworths and Big W and the centre includes over 8,000 square metres of specialty retail stores.

Grand Central Shopping Centre, Toowoomba  
Grand Central Shopping Centre is a retail shopping centre in Toowoomba, Queensland, Australia. It is the largest shopping centre in the Darling Downs area and includes the area's only full-line department store: a three floor Myer. It also features a Target, Coles, Birch, Carroll and Coyle 6-screen cinema, and over 180 specialty stores over two levels.

Cairns Central  
Cairns Central Shopping Centre in north Queensland, Australia is Cairns' biggest shopping centre. The centre was opened in late 1997 and is the second multi-story shopping centre in northern Queensland. The shopping centre is built over the Cairns Railway Station, which is incorporated with the centre.

Willows Shoppingtown  
Willows Shoppingtown is a sub-regional shopping centre, located in Kirwan, a suburb of Townsville, Queensland.

Stockland Townsville  
Stockland Townsville is the largest shopping centre located in Townsville, Queensland known as "Stockland" or sometimes "Stockies" locally. In the early 1990s, Stockland Townsville opened as a major upgrade to what was previously known as Nathan Plaza (named after the street the centre ran along). Stockland Townsville is centrally located in the urban area of Townsville, in the suburb of Aitkenvale. At present, the centre has 160 specialty stores and five major tenants.

Burnside Village  
Burnside Village is a popular fashion mall and shopping centre located in Adelaide, South Australia. It is situated in the City of Burnside suburb of Glenside, in the eastern suburbs.

Centro Colonnades  
Centro Colonnades is one of the largest shopping complexes in Adelaide, South Australia. The shopping centre is located in the Onkaparinga suburb of Noarlunga Centre. Colonnades is located on a large allotment of land with access from Goldsmith Drive, Beach Road and Burgess Road.

Elizabeth Shopping Centre  
Elizabeth Shopping Centre is a large regional shopping centre located in the outer Adelaide suburb of Elizabeth, South Australia, as the name of the centre suggests.The Centre is the third biggest in Adelaide, behind Westfield Tea Tree Plaza, and Westfield Marion.

Mitcham Square Shopping Centre  
Mitcham Square Shopping Centre is a shopping mall in Adelaide, South Australia. It consists of 55 retail and food outlets, two supermarkets and a seven screen cinema.

Westfield Tea Tree Plaza  
Westfield Tea Tree Plaza is a large South Australian shopping centre located in Modbury, north of Adelaide. It is linked to the city by Adelaide's unique O-Bahn system, which terminates at the Tea Tree Plaza Interchange, and as such is a major hub for Adelaide's northern suburbs.

Royal Arcade, Melbourne  
Royal Arcade is a heritage shopping arcade in Melbourne, Victoria. Melbourne's Golden Mile heritage walk runs through the arcade.

Queen Victoria Village  
Queen Victoria Village, generally known as QV Village or just QV, is a precinct in the central business district of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. Covering the city block bounded by Lonsdale, Little Lonsdale, Swanston, and Russell Streets, and located directly opposite the State Library of Victoria and Melbourne Central, QV comprises a large shopping centre, a central plaza, an underground food court, Melbourne central city's first full-size supermarket, apartment buildings, and the global headquarters of BHP Billiton.

Melbourne Central Shopping Centre  
Melbourne Central is a large shopping, office, and public transport hub in the city of Melbourne, Australia.

Victoria Gardens Shopping Centre  
Victoria Gardens is located in the suburb of Richmond, Victoria, Australia. It is located on the corner of Burnley and Victoria Streets and opened on 3 April 2003. It occupies the site of the former Vickers Ruwolt engineering works which manufactured large industrial components and was the location of some iconic photography by Wolfgang Sievers.

Centro Box Hill  
Centro Box Hill in Box Hill, Victoria, Australia is a medium-sized shopping centre.

Centro Meadow Heights  
Centro Meadow Heights is a small single level shopping centre in the northern Melbourne suburb of Meadow Heights. the centre features a SUPA IGA and 25 specialty shops which include a news agency, pharmacy, fish & chips shop, bakery, post office, tattslotto, Asian groceries shop and a fresh fruit market.

Westfield Airport West  
Westfield Airport West is a shopping centre in the suburb of Airport West in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. The centre hosts eight major stores, approximately 220 specialty stores including a Village Roadshow cinema. It is on Louis Street, close to the Essendon Airport. The centre opened in 1976.

Westfield Fountain Gate  
Westfield Fountain Gate is a large regional shopping centre located at Narre Warren in the outer south-eastern suburbs of Melbourne, Australia. It is currently the second largest shopping centre in the southern hemisphere (behind Knox City Shopping Centre with a lettable area of over 138,000 m². It has approximately 316 stores which makes it the 13th largest in Australia by number of shops.

Westfield Geelong  
Westfield Geelong is a shopping centre located in the central Geelong, Victoria, Australia opened in 1988. It was formerly known as Westfield Bay City before the present redevelopment, and as Bay City Plaza before being taken over by The Westfield Group in 2003.