Indooroopilly Shopping Centre
Indooroopilly Shopping Centre is a major regional shopping centre in the western suburb of Indooroopilly, which is located in the city of Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. It is the largest shopping centre in the western suburbs of Brisbane, by gross lettable area, and contains the only Myer store in that region.

The centre was constructed and opened in 1970 by The Westfield Group. At its opening, it was reputedly the largest shopping mall in the Southern Hemisphere. This title has since been overtaken by newer centres. The centre has undergone extensive renovations since its opening. Some of these include an 8 screen cinema complex operated by Birch Carroll and Coyle in 1987, the addition of a third level in 1995 and the extension and upgrade of the cinema complex into a 16 screen (including Gold Class) Megaplex in 1998. Until 2000, Indooroopilly Shopping Centre was known as Westfield Shoppingtown Indooroopilly. In 2000, The Westfield Group sold its 50% joint venture stake in the centre to Commonwealth Funds Management (CFM) for $300 million. CFM, through its management of the Commonwealth Property Fund (CPF), was the other partner in the joint venture, owning the other 50% stake and giving them full ownership of the centre as a result of the sale. In 2005, CPF (while managed by Colonial First State Property) sold 50% of the centre to the Public Sector and Commonwealth Superannuation Schemes (PSS/CSS). Today, the centre is owned by Eureka Funds Management, as trustee of both CPF and PSS/CSS.

Indooroopilly Shopping Centre is home to a large number of retail shops and is one of the main fashion locations in Brisbane. Major retailers include Best & Less, Harvey Norman, Kmart, Myer, Target and Woolworths. Fashion retailers include Oroton, Veronika Maine, Witchery, David Lawrence, Country Road, Sportsgirl, Esprit, Just Jeans, Supre. Homeware retailers include Bed Bath N Table, Adairs, House, Robins Kitchen, King of Knives, Storage Space, and T2. Telecommunication retailers include Allphones, Optus World, Telstra Shop, Crazy John's, Vodafone Shop, 3 Shop, and Fone Zone, as well as two kiosks, Virgin Mobile and Telechoice. Indooroopilly Shopping Centre has a 16 screen Event Cinemas and large food court at the southern end of the 3rd level with vendors such as McDonalds, KFC, Hungry Jacks, Oporto and Subway. Cafes and other food vendors are also spread across the centre.

The shopping centre is well serviced by public and private transport. Indooroopilly Shopping Centre contains the bus interchange that acts as a hub for bus services in the western suburbs. The Indooroopilly railway station is located in walking distance from the shopping centre. Extensive car parks, with access from all sides of the shopping centre provide convenient access for cars. Bicycle racks are provided around the entrances to the shopping centre.

Other facilities
Indooroopilly Shopping Centre contains an office tower, housing a number of professional suites, such as health-care, accounting, and others. The centre is home to the Indooroopilly branch of the Brisbane City Council Library and contains an Australia Post office. There are also branches for Medicare and Medibank Private.

David Jones has expressed its interest in opening a store in the centre. Land to the immediate south of the centre is believed to have been earmarked for expansion of the centre, adding a piazza or town square-style precinct and 140 new shops. Construction is set to start by 2011.