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Warriewood Square is a shopping centre located in the suburb of Warriewood in the picturesque Northern Beaches region. Previously known as the Centro Warriewood, the shopping centre was first opened in 1981 and only featured 30 stores at the time.
In 1999, the centre underwent major renovations that included the addition of 55 stores to provide a memorable experience for shoppers in the region.
Warriewood Square Shopping Centre, Shops, Opening Hours, Cinema & Map
The centre is anchored by key stores that include Woolworths, Coles and Kmart, in addition to more than 70 specialty stores. Entertainment and leisure is part of the culture at Northern Beaches Region, and this shopping centre embraces this aspect remarkably well. Get the latest games and an array of entertainment options from EB Games. Rebel and Kmart are also worth checking out.
For sports enthusiasts and water lovers, gear is available from Surf Dive N Ski. For people looking to book a holiday getaway, the following travel stores are open to help with the process: Escape Travel, Travel Money OZ, as well as Flight Centre.
Sydney is one of the country’s leading fashion hubs, and it is no surprise that Warriewood Square houses some of the leading brands in the fashion world. Just Jeans is suitable for denim lovers, and Cotton On is perfect for shoppers who are after a bargain. Other fashion stores include Jeanswest, Sportsgirl, Sussan, as well as W.Lane. Get kids’ options from Bardot Junior – a store suited for dressing up the little ones.
A shopping trip is incomplete without great food, which is why Warriewood Square features Lean Cafe and Three Beans for a quick caffeine fix. If you’d like a larger meal, Akira Sushi, Chickentime and soul Origin are ideal options. Asian cuisine is also available at Hokka Hokka.
With more than 1400 parking spaces available, Warriewood Square is a pleasure to visit. The centre is located 30 kilometres north of Sydney’s CBD and is easily accessible using Pittwater Road.