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The Erindale Centre is a designated group centre located in the Canberra suburb of Wanniassa in Australia. It stands on the former site of the Erindale Homestead for which it is named, and serves the suburbs of Wanniassa, Monash, Gowrie, Fadden and Oxley. Erindale was developed in 1985, two years before the Tuggeranong Hyperdome. It was intended as a “district retail centre”.
- Canberra and District Historical Society (2006) CDHS Search, retrieved 21 July 2006
- Reynolds, Peter (29 September 2009). "Call for planning for Erindale". The CanberraTimes. Retrieved 22 June 2012.
- Violante, Victor (29 September 2009). "Greens push through Erindale master plan". The CanberraTimes. Greens succeed in getting the government to develop a master plan for Erindale.
- "Providing a safe environment for young people in Erindale". The Canberra Times. Canberra, A.C.T. 18 March 2009. p. 22.
- "Fed-up Erindale traders might hire own security". The Canberra Times. 9 March 2006. p. 2.
- "McDonalds franchise fined over safety breach". Sydney: ABC Premium News. 14 April 2004.
- Reynolds, Peter (18 October 2011). "Supermarket opposition". The Canberra Times. p. 1. opposition to a second supermarket
- "One of Canberra's best-kept secrets". The Canberra Times. 18 March 2009. p. 20. Shopping centre was refurbished in 2001.
- "Improvements underway". The Canberra Times. 4 March 2008. A new community garden between Erindale College and the Shops was organised by Communities@Work, Gugan Gulwan Youth Aboriginal Corporation and ACT Department of Territory and Municipal Services.
- Clack, Peter (19 December 1999). "Land Auction A $3.8m Boost". The Canberra Times. p. 2. The ACT government failed to sell the site of the Erindale Police Station.
- Centenera, Jeff (19 September 2000). "Boost For ACT Aboriginal Businesses". The Canberra Times. Canberra, A.C.T. p. 4. The Ngunnawal ACT and District Indigenous Peoples Aboriginal Corporation planned to move to the former police station.
- Lynne Minion (24 December 2007). "YouTube doctor after a remedy". The Canberra Times. p. 10. Obstetrician Doug Lee opened the Erindale Medical Practice in the late 1980s; recently tried to recruit doctors for it on YouTube.
- Clack, Peter (13 February 1998). "Closed Again: Pool-bug Cases Hit 139". The Canberra Times. A cryptosporidium outbreak scare closed Erindale pool on 4 February 1998.
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