Northcote Shopping Plaza

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Northcote Shopping Plaza
Northcote Shopping Plaza 1a.jpg
Location Northcote, Victoria, Australia
Coordinates 37°46′8″S 145°0′6″E / 37.76889°S 145.00167°E / -37.76889; 145.00167
Address 3 Separation Street, Northcote, Victoria 3070
Opening date October 1981
No. of stores and services over 60 stores
Total retail floor area 18,318 m2 (197,170 sq ft)
No. of floors 1
Parking 960+

Northcote Plaza Shopping Centre is a sub regional shopping centre located in Northcote, in the inner northern suburbs of Melbourne, the state capital of Victoria, Australia.

It was built on the site of the former kilns of the Northcote Brickworks Ltd(1882-1977)[1][2][3][4][5] and opened in 1981.

Northcote Plaza Shopping Centre is located adjacent to the All Nations Park.[6][7]


Northcote Plaza Shopping Centre is served by the Bundoora RMIT (Number 86) tram, 508 and 552 bus (goes into the centre) and the South Morang railway line's Northcote station. Northcote Plaza Shopping Centre is a ten-minute walk from the St Georges (Number 112) tram.


  1. ^ Negative - Northcote Brickworks, Northcote, Victoria, 1898
  2. ^ The building was probably designed by 'prolific' church architect Thomas Crouch, who also designed the Northcote Brickworks., Chalice - Northcote Uniting Church
  3. ^ Industries - Separation Street - Northcote Brickworks, Darebin Historical Encyclopedia
  4. ^ Destructive Fire at Brick Works, Page 3, Jan 21, 1949, The Age
  5. ^ NORTHCOTE BRICKWORKS COMPANY, JOHN ROBERTS & GROOM BROTHERS, by Maurice Miskhel, Australian Postal History and Social Philately
  6. ^ Creative transformation of a landfill site, Editions:2002 April, Australia's National Local Government Newspaper Online
  7. ^ In October 1981 the Northcote Plaza Shopping Centre was opened on the site of the former brick kilns, adjacent to the quarry. Page 10, Northcote Tip Park Masterplan, DESIGN REPORT, Prepared by:Collie Landscape and Design Pty Ltd With WILLIAM KELLY ASSOCIATES, THE SAINSBERY REED GROUP For Darebin City Council, May 1998

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Coordinates: 37°46′8″S 145°0′6″E / 37.76889°S 145.00167°E / -37.76889; 145.00167