|Name:||Lynwood Village Shopping Centre|
|Address:||6-12 Lynwood Avenue, Lynwood WA 6147, Australia (map)|
|City & State:||Lynwood, Western Australia|
|# of stores:||9 » Go to the store list|
Lynwood Village Shopping Centre is located in Lynwood (near by Perth), Western Australia, WA 6147. Lynwood Village Shopping Centre offers more than 9 stores and other services such as cinemas or restaurants. Get information about opening hours, store list directions with map and GPS. Lynwood Village Shopping Centre is located on address 6-12 Lynwood Avenue, Lynwood near by Perth, Western Australia, WA 6147.
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G.G. - Jul 17, 2021
Why hasn't anyone there done anything about the flooded car park. Should have been done when the first heavy rains came.
Daryll - Mar 26, 2021
Friendly place to be. Families with children, self sufficient, honest business operators, good coffee and best of all, Kumon centre!
james - Dec 17, 2019
Excellent quality fruit and veg in IGA good range of kombucha staff always willing to do special orders .The fresh cottage pie and lasagne are made by an Italian man they are superb Knowledgable pharmacy staff .
anne - Sep 17, 2019
0 STARS If you have a dog dont go. Visited this shopping centre on a hot day. The security guard made a comment. "Why do people bring their dog. (MY DOG.) He continued and said "no dogs at all allowed on any reason,day,situation." I replied,what about blind people,the centres notice allows guide dogs. He said,no reason is a dog allowed inside. I replied,dies that include blind people?. He said,no dogs anytime,waying his arms. Toby my dog was outside. Not only is this man unaware of the centres own "rules". He is prejudice. Toby is a rescue 1 yr old dachshund and winges. I wanted to go to the newsagent and to the chemist. But didnt because the guard identified me to a lady that went on to tell me about my dog. There was no need for him to identify me,other than them being like minded, and wanting to cause the problem that followed, as this lady insisted on telling me her beliefs. Then i let her know my beliefs. This guard who is clearly bias towards dogs,and afraid of dogs,made me uncomfortable and i left without completing my shopping. He caused me distress and caused loss of business to others. The least u could do with my comment is to make it clear your rules about guide dogs. Before a blind person with a guide dog comes along.