The Rhodes Shopping Centre is located at 1 Rider Boulevard off Homebush Bay Drive in Rhodes, Sydney. The shopping centre opened in December 2004 which is part of the Rhodes Waterside development. The centre was acquired by the Mirvac Group in January 2007 and is now owned and operated by Mirvac.
The Rhodes train station is the approximately 600m from Rhodes Shopping Centre and access into the shopping centre is available from either direction along Homebush Bay Drive or Concord road. Sydney Buses to the shopping centre is available on the 458, 459, 460 and 461 routes.
The Rhodes Shopping Centre is a convenience which serves residents of residential apartments along Rider Boulevard, Shoreline Drive, Mary, Marquet and Walker streets in Rhodes. These medium density apartments were developed by Mirvac, Meriton and Billbergia. It is a popular hotspot during weekends which attract shoppers, diners and families from neighbouring suburbs of Concord, Meadowbank, Ryde, Liberty Grove, Homebush Bay, Breakfast Point and North Strathfield to name a few.
The shopping centre is also a conveniently located next to the Rhodes Business Park which has attracted the likes of the National Australia Bank, Australand, Hewlett Packard, Alcatel Lucent, Lion Nathan, Unisys and Nestle in setting up offices and headquarters in this location.
Among major retail outlets, shops and commercial businesses include:
- Harris Farm
- Prime Quality Meats
- De Costi Seafood
- Bing Lee
- Reading Cinemas
- Rhodes Phoenix
- Shorty’s Liquor
- Michel’s Patisserie
- Flight Centre
- Dick Smith
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