Where is the closest major shopping centre to Brunswick?

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Onder Ozmetin 3 days ago
If you're looking for a major shopping centre with most of the well known retailers and high-end fashion stores then Highpoint in Maribyrnong is where you want to go. Plenty of parking and reasonable access via public transport (bus)
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Rachael Bergmeier Apr 20, 2018
Northland shopping centre, highpoint and essendon DFO are all around a 20 minute drive from Brunswick
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Karen Arnold 2yrs+
Hi Kaailee, Barkly Square is very convenient and you can get a lot from there, but if you are looking for a larger mall, the CBD is the closest, with Melbourne Central a short trip away, alternatively Northland in Preston and Highpoint in Maribyrnong are very easy to get to also.
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JenP 2yrs+
+1 Barkly Square! It's been redone over the past few years and is fantastic now with a couple of supermarkets and Kmart, butchers and restaurants.
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ZoraA 2yrs+
The local shopping centre is Barkly Square. Alternatively the larger complexes are in the CBD (15 mins by train) or at Highpoint (20 mins by car)
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