Lastly, there was SOUTHLAND CENTRE, which was completed in September 1968. The Myer Emporium proposed a WESTLAND mall in 1973, but it was never built...at least by Myer. Another company eventually developed the property, which opened, as HIGHPOINT WEST CENTRE, in 1975. Today, the WESTFIELD SOUTHLAND shopping precinct encompasses 1,390,400 lettable square feet, with a retail roster of over 400 shops.
Graphic from the Myer Emporium
DONCASTER WESTFIELD SHOPPINGTOWN was the first foray into the Melbourne market by Sydney's on-the-grow Westfield Development Corporation (today's Scentre Group). The fully-enclosed DONCASTER shopping precinct first traded to the public in September 1969. It was expanded in the late 1970s, early 1990s and early 2000s. Today, WESTFIELD DONCASTER encompasses 1,291,700 lettable square feet and contains over 400 shops and services.
Rendering from the Westfield Development Corporation