Have you ever been to a shopping complex that satisfies your every whim? Well, whether you are looking for a kitten or a ... More
Westfield Marion Shopping Center
Have you ever been to a shopping complex that satisfies your every whim? Well, whether you are looking for a kitten or a kettle, spaghetti or confetti, a clock or a wok, chances are that you will find it here. Situated over two levels, this enormous shopping center features six major department stores, two supermarkets, a food court and hundreds of specialty shops. The center also boasts a number of restaurants, clubs, cafes, and Australia's largest (30-screen) cinema complex .
I love it its got everything id ever need.........
By A Yahoo Contributor, 11/6/07
as i said it's good i really like JB Hi-Fi because it's cheap and better than EB Games, and i'm also getting a PS3 really soon. I'm also hoping to trade in my old PS2 and 10 games for a cheaper deal. Westfield Marion rocks......
It is a zoo for humans created to appeal to anyone lazy enough to decide not to walk the streets or pay a few bucks for parking! Which mind you at Marion is a nightmare. The cinema complex holds 5500 people, the same number of parking spots available and thats not counting the over 300 stores or the staff that choose to take up approx a 1000 of those parks every day! Good Luck!
It has its market of everything under one roof but, it is not a place you should go if wanting to have a shopping experience. The layout is designed so shops are literally stacked on top of each other with little consideration taken into account for what that now new shop may clash with around it.
If you know what you want and know where to get it. By all means Marion is the place for you. But if you want to "go Shopping" get out and see the streets. There is not one shop in Marion that is not in every other Westfield around the nation selling exactly the same thing. And living in Marion is not cheap for these stores so don't expect to get a good deal or saving at any other time than after Christmas sales!
Most evident is when you find a great store with great prices where everyone is GENUINELY friendly towards you. The product is displayed with some care and the person behind the counter probably actually owns the place, their not 16years old without any interest in the place, product or you! They're happy your there, they'll help you and if you came back in three weeks, they would remember you. That is a shopping experience you'll never find in a Westfield...Ever!
I was told this was the best place to go shopping in Adelaide. Was not very impressed at all was small full of shops selling food which isnt my idea of shopping.
Over run with poor department stores and dollor shops!
Im from the uk and shopping is so much better there.
This shopping centre's parking is dreadful! You can't find a park! The value for money is average and the atmosphere is OK. Music for different shops clashes and Clothing shops sell clothes that could easily be related to potato sacks ripped up by hungry animals. A very average shopping experience!
Westfield Marion has just about every type of shop you could wish for, as well as a very good range of entertainment and dining facilities (cinemas, food court, restaurants, 10 pin bowling, centre stage etc)
However like most of Westfields Centres, it is designed and built as cheaply as possible and they have squeezed a shop or kiosk into every last square inch to maximise rental income.
Sadly it lacks the quality and originality of some more inspiring shopping centres to be found elsewhere and wandering around Westfield Marion you might just as well be in almost any Westfield centre.
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