Kwinana Marketplace

Kwinana Marketplace is located in the heart of the  Kwinana Town Centre, approximately 35km south of the Perth CBD and in close proximity to community facilities and well located to serve the surrounding developing suburbs including Orelia, Parmelia,  Wellard, and Baldivis. Located within The City of  Kwinana, a unique community, the centre is set among extensive native bushland and public open space. 

Kwinana Marketplace is a single level, convenience based, sub-regional shopping centre, located within the town centre of Kwinana, 38 kilometres from the Perth CBD. 

Kwinana Marketplace is a family and community orientated centre, currently anchored by Coles and Woolworths Supermarket, Big W, Mini Majors (Best & Less, Dan Murphy’s, KFC, McDonalds, The Reject Shop and Anytime Fitness), and supported by approximately 70 Specialty stores. 

The centre’s main trade area predominantly lies within the City of Kwinana which is forecasted to undergo considerable development with several major residential subdivisions and medium density projects underway. This will support the growing population, while creating additional employment for the region.

Retailer (Shop)


Number of Specialities

Design & Planning (Leasing)

32,850 m2

GLA of Centre



Car Park Spaces

Teamwork / Talent


Main Trade Area


Average Household Income


Adam D’Annolfo

Leasing Executive

Design and Delivery

Federico Gianti

Design & Delivery Manager

Centre Location

4 Chisham Ave, Kwinana Town Centre, 6167, WA, Australia

Centre Management



Information contained on this webpage is based on historical data and is illustrative only. This does not provide any predications as to future events or outcomes and does not constitute a lease offer or warranty as to the profitability, design or layout of the centre. You should carry out your own investigations and satisfy yourself in that regard and obtain independent legal, financial and business advice before making any decision or entering into any agreement or arrangement concerning the subject matter of this webpage or the centre. While every care has been taken in the preparation of this document, Region makes no representation or warranty as to the accuracy or completeness of the information provided on this webpage. The information is provided on the clear understanding that while care has been taken in its preparation, to the extent permitted by law, all liability for omissions or errors however arising is expressly disclaimed. Region may amend, add or remove any information on this webpage at any time without further notice to you. You may not copy or use any part of this document without the express written consent of Region. By reading this webpage and to the extent permitted by law, the reader releases each entity in Region and its affiliates, and any of their respective directors, officers, employees, representatives or advisers from any liability (including, without limitation, in respect of direct, indirect or consequential loss or damage or loss or damage arising by negligence) arising in relation to any reader relying on anything contained in or omitted from this webpage.


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Proposed Redevelopment and Expansion

Greenbank Town Centre – Proposed Redevelopment

We are seeking an amended development approval from Economic Development Queensland for a major expansion and revitalisation of the existing Greenbank Shopping Centre. We would appreciate if you would please take a moment to share your thoughts on the proposed plans.

How often do you currently shop at Greenbank Shopping Centre?*(Required)
Do you generally support the plans as described?*(Required)
Would you like us to keep in contact with you about the project?*(Required)