Warringal Shopping Centre first opened in 1986 and has become the main shopping centre in the heart of Heidelberg situated on the historical and iconic Burgundy Street.


Warringal was the original name for the Heidelberg area and is the Aboriginal term for Eagles Nest. The name Warringal was later changed to Heidelberg in the 1860s, after supposed resemblance to its German city of the same name.


Warringal Shopping Centre showcases over 40 retailers including Coles, Aldi, TK Maxx, Bakers Delight and Michael's Patisserie to name just  a few, making it a convenient location for all your shopping needs. Fresh food is our specialty and you will be delighted by the produce offered by our Poultry specialist, Butcher, Bakery, Deli, Seafood Store and Fruiterer.


Warringal Shopping Centre is easily accessible by car or public transport via Burgundy or Rosanna Road. The centre offers over 500 under cover car park spaces including 11 disabled parking bays and 9 parent with pram parking bays which are within close proximity to the travelator. There is also a lift access directly from the car park to the centre.


The Burgundy Street entrance provides a ramp for disabled access and there is a disabled toilet also located the centre. The centre’s toilet facilities provide male and female toilets, a parent’s room with private feeding facilities, change table and child’s toilet.


The centre is conveniently situated approximately 300 metres away from the Heidelberg train station and there are bus stops nearby on Burgundy Street and Cape Street.