Westfield Carousel

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Westfield Carousel
Location Cannington, Western Australia, Australia
Opening date 1972
Developer The Westfield Group
Management The Westfield Group
Owner The Westfield Group
No. of stores and services 294
No. of anchor tenants 6
Total retail floor area 82,874 m²
No. of floors 2
Parking 5 bays
Website westfield.com/carousel
Westfield Leasing Information[1]

Westfield Carousel is a major shopping centre, owned by the Westfield Group and located in Cannington, a suburb of Perth. It is located approximately 12 kilometres from Perth on the Albany Highway, and approximately 600 metres from Cannington Train Station. Since its redevelopment in 1999, it has been the largest shopping centre in Western Australia.[2][3] Westfield Carousel Pty Ltd also owns the Innaloo Mega Centre (Shopping Centre) which contains a Progressive Supa IGA. Innaloo Progressive Supa IGA is known to be the largest Supermarket in Australia/New Zealand.

History and development[edit]

Westfield Carousel was built in 1972, and originally contained 58 shops, a hotel, two takeaway food shops, as well as Woolworths supermarket, Boans (later acquired by Myer), Aherns (later acquired by David Jones) and Walsh's.

It incorporated the site of Boans Waverley Waverley, a standalone (and the first suburban) Boans branch, which opened in 1959. It also later incorporated the Waverley Hotel which stood on the corner of Albany Highway and Cecil Road (now Avenue).

Redevelopments[edit]

From 1998 to 1999, the centre was extensively redeveloped and its gross lettable area was expanded to about twice its original size. One of the major drawcards added to the centre during this redevelopment was an entertainment precinct known as The Street, open 24 hours a day. This precinct features a number of entertainment stores, book stores, cafes and a Hoyts Cinema.

Transport[edit]

The centre is located approximately 600 metres walking distance from the Cannington Interchange. Multiple bus services connect to the shopping centre from the interchange, as well as additional bus services running to and from the city along Albany Highway.

Facilities[edit]

Major retailers[edit]

Major retailers within Carousel include:

Major food restaurants[edit]

Major restaurants within Carousel food court include:

Major restaurants within Carousel include:

Major restaurants outside of Carousel include:

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Leasing Information, Westfield Carousel". The Westfield Group. Retrieved 2007-07-28. 
  2. ^ Staff writer (2001-07-02). "Commonwealth Property to spend $100million on redevelopment of shopping centre.". Inside Retailing (Ian Huntley Pty Ltd). "Midland Gate will become the fourth largest shopping complex in Western Australia, behind Westfield Carousel, Westfield Galleria and Garden City." 
  3. ^ Jacobs, Marsha (2006-01-19). "Botha takes position on centre stage at Westfield". WA Business News (Business News Pty Ltd). "In 2001 Ms Botha was appointed as centre manager of the largest shopping centre in WA, Westfield Carousel" 

External links[edit]

Coordinates: 32°1′9″S 115°56′17″E / 32.01917°S 115.93806°E / -32.01917; 115.93806