A family friendly Shopping Centre located in the heart of Northcote, Separation St, Northcote.
The centre houses major chain store such as Coles and Liquorland and over 60 Specialty stores including: Bank of Melbourne, OPSM, Ferguson Plarre, Baker’s Delight, Sussan and more.
Northcote Plaza was constructed on the former site of the Northcote Brickworks who also owned the adjacent quarry, now under ownership of Darebin City Council. The Plaza was first opened in 1981 and eventually converted into a strata-titled property in about 1988. This meaning, the various shops are privately owned by separate persons or entities. The Quarry site is now known as All Nations Park, which was opened in 2002.
Open 7 days a week, Northcote Plaza Shopping Centre is the Local Community Centre for people living in the Northcote area or travelling traveling past on their daily commute. Our Centre offers a high standard of fresh food, goods and services for all your grocery and daily needs. With two large car parks and 6 convenient entrances, Northcote Plaza is an easy, friendly and welcoming place to shop. We have a number of cafes and takeaway food options available making Northcote Plaza the ideal place to catch up with a friend for coffee or treating the family to a delicious dinner.
25 Separation Street, Northcote, Victoria 3070.
Tel: (03) 9489 8162 Security: 0413 198 729
The Northcote Plaza Centre Management office is an ‘autism friendly place’ and management are committed to supporting children, teenagers and adults with autism and their carers.
Centre management knows what autism means and will assist people with autism and their carers if they feel overwhelmed.
The Centre Management office is available during business hours if you need a quiet space for a bit, and all you need to do is follow the signs to the office and the friendly staff will assist by directing you to the quiet space, offering water and fiddle items.
Click here for a story about visiting the Plaza. This story can assist and prepare young children (with or without autism) for their visit.
The story has information on the location of shops and services, what to do when mum/dad/carers are busy, safety tips and more.