Local shopping precincts
If you are in the business of selling retail products, serving retail customers or planning a new business venture in retail, you could find a wealth of opportunity in the City of Belmont shopping precincts.
With a growing population and future plans for even more development and urban renewal, the City welcomes ideas and proposals which could help to redevelop and revitalise our local shopping areas.
Belmont Forum hosts a number of major retailers, including fashion, homewares and beauty services.
This centre is a popular meeting place for the local community and is easy to access from Belmont Avenue and Abernethy Road. There are more than 2,200 free parking bays available, including rooftop and undercover parking.
DFO Perth opened in the Perth Airport estate in October 2018. This centre offers a unique venue for shoppers to enjoy outlet shopping, a variety of dining experiences, and even tourism opportunities including shopping tours. COSTCO is located adjacent to DFO and opened in early 2020.
Local neighbourhood shopping areas in the City’s residential neighbourhoods are designed to meet everyday shopping needs within a short walk from home. These include:
- Belvidere Street – This area features a large IGA grocery store, 24-hour medical centre, chemist, corner pub and bistro, a number of takeaway food shops and a post office;
- Belgravia Street – This is a convenient local shopping area with a pharmacy, bakery and newsagency;
- East Gate Shopping Centre – This centre sits along a corner of Great Eastern Highway to meet the needs of the passing traffic with fast food options, a deli and local beauty services;
- Epsom Street – This area includes commercial offices alongside a corner deli, chemist and other retailers;
- Kooyong Road – These shops are anchored by a busy local IGA, quality chemist and an award-winning butcher;
- Love Street – This is a small centre with a few speciality shops, including a traditional hardware store.
Each of these local centres offers convenient on-street parking, an attractive streetscape and a sense of safety and security, provided by community police and a locally-monitored closed-circuit television (CCTV) service.