List of Westfield Group shopping centres in Australia
The Westfield Group is an Australian based and owned multinational company that owns shopping centres in Australia, New Zealand, the United Kingdom and the United States.
As it was founded in Australia, they have an extensive presence in the Australian retail management industry.
List of shopping centres in Australia
- Bondi Junction
- Mount Druitt
- North Rocks
- Sydney Central Plaza
- Warringah Mall
- Airport West
- Fountain Gate
- Plenty Valley
- Casey Central Shopping Centre in Narre Warren. The Westfield Group obtained 50% joint ownership with AMP in October 2006 for A$51 million 
- Garden City (Upper Mount Gravatt)
- Helensvale Town Centre
- North Lakes (Mango Hill)
Former Centres in Queensland
- Indooroopilly Shopping Centre (1970–2000, now owned by Eureka Funds Management)
- Toombul Shopping Centre (1967–2003, now owned by Centro Properties Group)
- Carousel (Cannington)
- Whitford City (Hillarys)
- Innaloo Megacentre, (smaller than main Innaloo center, is over the road & trading as Innaloo Megacentre. Owned by Carousel Westfield Shoppingtown)
Westfield Mount Druitt
Westfield Mount Druitt is located in Sydney's western suburb of Mount Druitt, New South Wales, Australia. It features discount department stores including Target and Kmart, supermarkets including Coles and Woolworths, an eight screen Hoyts cinema complex, a food court, Rebel Sport, JB Hi-Fi and Harvey Norman. The centre has approximately 230 retail outlets in total, most of which are on the ground level. The centre has approximately 2500 parking spaces.
The shopping centre was known as the "Great Western" shopping centre and "Marketown" in the 1970s and 1980s, respectively. Westfield purchased the centre in 1992, renaming it Westfield Mount Druitt in the process. It is jointly owned by Dexus Property Group (50%) and the Westfield Group (50%), and managed by Westfield Centre Management. The centre has been expanded multiple times, most notably in 2005 which demolished the Grace Bros. store which was replaced with a Coles supermarket among other specialty stores.
- List of Westfield Group shopping centres - International operations