Erindale Shopping Centre is located in Wanniassa (near by Canbera), Australian Capital Territory, ACT 2903. Erindale Shopping Centre offers more than 45 stores and other services such as cinemas or restaurants. Get information about opening hours, store list directions with map and GPS. Erindale Shopping Centre is located on address 68 Comrie St, Wanniassa near by Canbera, Australian Capital Territory, ACT 2903.
|Name:||Erindale Shopping Centre|
3/5 (60 %), 5 votesWrite a review »
|Erindale Shopping Centre address is:||68 Comrie St, Wanniassa ACT 2903, Australia (map)|
|City & State:||Wanniassa, Australian Capital Territory|
|# of stores:||45 » Go to the store list|
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Erindale Shopping Centre has over 380 car spaces for our customers, including disabled parking located close to the Centre entrances.
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alex Murray - Feb 16, 2023
What was once a delightful shopping centre has sunk in to a place which should be avoided because there is no evident security to control young hooligans transiting the centre on bikes and scooters. Also one feels intimidated by beggars, most times with dogs, at both public entrances plus the disgraceful foul language in public spaces. There is nothing pleasant about this centre and I will move my business to Mawson now. It is time for the owners to clean up the many violations and danger to the public!
Barry Maher - Jan 17, 2023
I believe you may not be aware of “gatherings” of young people (12-13olds)in disabled toilet Yesterday I could hear rumpus from there when I went to use toilet I did send them off and told them police had been informed This is not the first time I have encountered this
David Hewett - Nov 27, 2022
Beggars allowed in entry to centre and evenings, within the centre. The centre has beggars at each entrance, one at least has an unleashed dog. There is sometimes half eaten dry dog food scattered over the entrance way with containers of water, dirty blankets, and signs asking customers for money. The other day, their was a half eaten bit of steak in the pathway. This Sunday evening 27th, one of the beggars had moved inside the centre with his unleashed dog, which was lying on a dirty blanket. The Dog was centimetres away from the open access to a food outlet, opposite Woolworths grocery store. Whether the unleashed animal had licked the floor of the food outlet or even urinated, is quite possible. The centre management have been tolerating this for years. I have sent photographic evidence to the ACT Health regulators. The operators of the food outlet will need to disinfect the area before preparing food. Do not visit this centre. I am a local and will not go there again. I have distributed the photographs widely to warn otherCanberra citizens.
J Mccoy - Aug 22, 2022
Coming here is horrible cause of the so called homeless people that sit outside both doors as you enter always bludging money n food.