Macquarie Centre

Macquarie Centre is a retail landmark of Sydney’s Northern suburbs. Having first opened in 1981, it is the largest centre is its Total Trade Area and the only centre to accommodate two Department Stores.

The centre provides a mix of some of the best international and high street fashion and accessories brands, supported by productive supermarkets and fresh food retailers. Enhancing its entertainment appeal, Macquarie centre includes a cinema, ice skating rink, amusement and play operators and over 70 food & hospitality venues.

The centre sits in Australia’s largest suburban office precinct, with approximately 62,000 workers and adjacent to Macquarie University, home to 44,000 students and 3,700 staff members. The centre also enjoys adjacency to the Macquarie University Metro Station with connecting rail to the Sydney CBD.

Macquarie Centre was significantly redeveloped in 2014 and further opportunity exists in the development of over-site towers which have received concept development consent.

Cbus Property purchased a 23% share in Macquarie Centre in late 2021, through its investment in the AMP Capital Retail Trust.