Sturt Mall

Sturt Mall is located in Wagga Wagga, the regional hub of the Riverina, conveniently located between the major arterial links of Sydney to Melbourne and  Sydney to Adelaide. Servicing a Main Trade area population of 139,000 with a primary trade area of  76,000. It is the preferred convenience destination amongst locals and well supported by other local regional areas due to its strong mix of national retailers and offers the largest Kmart in the Riverina.

Sturt Mall is a sub-regional shopping centre located in the largest inland city in NSW, Wagga Wagga. Anchored by Coles and Kmart and further supported by over 45 specialty stores the centre has a strong mix of local and national retailers. With 606 on-grade car spaces and single-level shopping, the Sturt Mall is the number one convenience shopping centre in Wagga Wagga.  Sturt Mall is a convenient shopping destination offering shoppers fresh food, both eat-in and takeaway, fashion and a variety of services.

Retailer (Shop)


Number of Specialities

Design & Planning (Leasing)

15,323 m2

GLA of Centre



Car Park Spaces

Teamwork / Talent


Main Trade Area


Average Household Income


Brendon Fung

Leasing Executive

Design and Delivery

Liv Widjaja

Design & Delivery Manager

Centre Location

135 Baylis Street, Wagga Wagga NSW

Centre Management



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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)
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