Manor Lakes Central Shopping Centre
The Manor Lakes shopping precinct is right on your doorstep and just right for the growing community at Manor Lakes. The shopping centre directory includes major retailers such as, Coles, Liquorland, McDonald’s and the Bank of Melbourne and speciality stores such as a hairdresser, newsagency, bakery, butcher, as well as several cafés, restaurants and other variety stores. A medical centre and pharmacy are also conveniently located within the centre to take care of your family's needs.
The Centre is scheduled for further expansion, and is set to grow to more an 60,000 square metres of retail space – shopping heaven!
Having recently undergone a major multimillion dollar refit, Pacific Werribee is sure to become an iconic destination for lovers of fashion, food and entertainment.
Offering the most comprehensive retail offering in Melbourne’s western growth corridor, the centre’s store directory includes an array of major retailers such as Myer, Big W, Kmart, Target, Best & Less, JB HiFi, international brands, speciality stores, a culinary choice of cafes, their unique Urban diner precinct, a 400 seat food court area for casual dining and a Village Cinema complex with Gold Class cinemas. At Pacific Werribee, there’s sure to be something for the whole family.
Watton Street Werribee
Watton Street Werribee offers shoppers the chance to stroll amongst nearly 372 traditional strip retailers, including specialty stores and business services. Watton Street is also home of the monthly Twilight Market which is held on the 3rd Friday of every month. Visit the Twilight Market for further information.
Wyndham Square Shopping Centre
Conveniently located at the end of Armstrong Rd, on Greens Rd is Wyndham Square Shopping Centre. The centre includes major retailers, Woolworths, Aldi, Caltex and several smaller specialty stores that will cater for your every day needs.
“We regularly use the library, community oval, parks and playgrounds. We shop locally and my husband commutes everyday to work by train at our new local train station.” Rebecca Collins (Manor Lakes resident)