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Burnside Village

shopping, malls, walking

Burnside Village is an upscale shopping centre located in Adelaide, South Australia. It is situated in the City of Burnside suburb of Glenside, in the eastern suburbs. Burnside Village is home to over 100 premium lifestyle and fashion stores.

Burnside Village is home to South Australia’s first Zara store, as well as the first for stores such as Husk, Willow and Thurley. Adding to the most impressive fashion offer includes sass & bide, Lululemon Athletica, Mimco, Peter Alexander and Oroton as well as many other celebrated brands. The Village Market offers everything from speciality stores to unique cafes, offering delicious tastes from fresh fruit to sushi and everything in between as well as a newly renovated Coles.


Burnside Village began as a ribbon development shopping centre, at the Corner of Portrush and Greenhill Roads. It origins included two small supermarkets along the Portrush Road frontage and a set of shops to the rear. During the 1980s, sections of the surrounding block were bought up and the current site was redeveloped. It included an underground carpark and integrated the old supermarkets into specialty stores. The new section included a Coles supermarket, food specialty stores and niche clothing and homeware stores. Burnside Village is currently home to over 100 stores, including a large Coles Supermarket on the south side.

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In November, the Cohen Group unveiled Burnside Village’s new $100 million development. It added 7,300m2 to Burnside Village and increase their parking to 1,156, taking the centre to 120 shops, and about 20,000m2 of retail space, including Adelaide's first Zara store.

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