How big is Waurn Ponds Shopping Centre?

How big is Waurn Ponds Shopping Centre?

47,000 square metres
When complete, the popular shopping hub will almost double in size to 47,000 square metres which, for those of us who can only think in sizes based on Olympic swimming pools or footy grounds, is the equivalent of two MCGs, or so we were told.

Who owns Waurn Ponds shopping Centre?

ISPT becomes sole owner of Waurn Ponds Shopping Centre, Greater Geelong. ISPT has acquired the remaining 50% interest in Waurn Ponds Shopping Centre from Joint Venture partner Australian Unity.

When did Waurn Ponds shopping Centre open?

August 2014
Waurn Ponds Shopping Centre/Opened

Why is waurn ponds called waurn ponds?

History. The town was named after the Waurn chain of ponds, a watercourse that flows from Mount Moriac over 30 km into the Barwon River. ‘Waurn’ meaning “place of many houses” in reference to aboriginal stone houses in the Wathaurong language.

What LGA is waurn ponds in?

Greater Geelong
Waurn Ponds is in the local government area of ‘Greater Geelong’. The ‘Greater Geelong’ local government area is classified as a ‘City’. The Greater Geelong local government area includes around 42 cities, towns, villages and localities including Geelong (pop. about 130,000), Ocean Grove-Barwon Heads (pop.

Is Waurn Ponds regional area?

The Waurn Ponds Shopping Centre, located on the corner of Colac Road (Princes Highway) and Pioneer Road, is a regional-level shopping centre servicing the southern suburbs of Geelong and the surrounding region.

Which council is grovedale in?

City of Greater Geelong
Grovedale – City of Greater Geelong.

Is waurn ponds safe?

Is it Safe to Travel to Waurn Ponds? Our best data indicates this area is generally safe.

Is Golden Plains in lockdown?

COVID-19 Restrictions: Current as of Friday 1 October While regional Victoria (except Mitchell Shire) is no longer in lockdown, restrictions are still in place to help stop the spread of COVID-19. There are no restrictions on the reasons to leave home in Golden Plains Shire, but staying COVIDSafe remains important.