Marketown Shopping Centre
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Market town shopping centre is spread over two sites. One side has a Coles and specialty shops and the other side has Woolworths and Big W and specialitiy shops. Dan Muprhys and Liquorland, Post Office, Chemists, health food stores, fashion shops, Newsagents etc. it's all there.
Big W for some beach essentials, Dan Murphy's for that bottle of wine, and Woolworths for basic stuff!
A small shopping centre that is easy to get to with plenty of parking. this centre has Coles and Woollworths, take away shops, cafes, Big W, a great Newsagency, hairdresser etc.
Woolworths, Coles, Dan Murphy's, Big W and a selection of specialty shops.
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