Westfield Marion

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Westfield Marion
The Westfield Group logo.svg
LocationOaklands Park, South Australia
Opening date1968
ManagementJohn O'Loughlin
OwnerScentre Group
No. of stores and services342
No. of anchor tenants11
Total retail floor area136,778 m2 (1,472,266 sq ft)[1]
No. of floors4 (Main Complex), 8 (Office Tower)
Westfield Marion
AdelaideSouth Australia
LGA(s)City of Marion
State electorate(s)Gibson
Federal Division(s)Boothby
Suburbs around Westfield Marion:
Warradale Oaklands Park Oaklands Park,
Warradale Westfield Marion Sturt
Dover Gardens Seacombe Gardens Marion

Westfield Marion is the largest shopping complex in Adelaide, South Australia, located in Oaklands Park, serving greater Southern Adelaide. It contains approximately 342 stores, with anchor tenants including David Jones, Myer, Harris Scarfe, Target, Kmart, Big W, Woolworths, Coles, Event Cinemas, Aldi and Rebel Sport. A food court containing KFC and Subway. The Event Cinema complex on the third level of Westfield Marion is the Southern Hemisphere's largest cinema complex, featuring 26 screens. The centre houses all of Westfield's management in Adelaide, located in an 8-storey office block to the east of the centre, as well as services including; legal, child care, health and dental clinic. It also houses the head office for Fellas Gifts. The office tower is located at the original mall where the food court is facing Diagonal Road. 5 Star Spas, Dan Murphy's, Super Cheap Auto and Bunnings Warehouse are located to the west of the centre. The South Australia Aquatic and Leisure Centre is also a part of Westfield Marion. Across the road from it is Bob Jane T-Marts, Battery World and the Westpac Bank


Westfield Marion was built in 1968 on a large expanse of land bordered by Sturt, Diagonal and Morphett Roads, and has seen extensions in 1982, 1989, 1997 and 2016. The 1997 extension saw the centre expand to a floorspace of roughly 119,000 m2.

Westfield Marion achieved major Australian firsts upon redevelopment in 1997 as the first shopping centre to have all three department stores, as well as all three discount department stores.

There is a 9.1 metre high replica of the Statue of Liberty above the upper-floor external concourse, originally promoting the "New York Bar and Grill", but remains despite a change of lease.

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