Proposal for New Mango Hill Shopping Centre Approved

Did you know that the development application calling for the construction of a new shopping centre in Mango Hill has been approved by the Moreton Bay Regional Council and construction is now underway?

The two-storey shopping centre designed by Cottee Parker can be found along Capestone Boulevard, offering the local community a slew of tenancies such as specialty stores, a pharmacy, a gym, retail spaces, restaurants and cafes, and even a supermarket. 

Though plans were first lodged (DA/31921/2016/V2C) in 2019. On the 11th of December 2020, the development application has since undergone some changes (DA/31921/2016/VCHG/2) before being approved by the council once again.

Ground level tenancies will include a supermarket that spans an area of 2,044 square metres and a series of specialty stores that take up 872 square metres. Dining and cafe tenancies 389 square metres large will also be available after the shopping centre’s construction, as will medical stores and pharmacies with an area of 610 square metres. 

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Fortunately for families, the upcoming shopping centre caters to the recreational needs of all ages, with pedestrian walking areas that make for a leisurely strolling experience while providing children with an accessible playground area to play and interact with one another.

As for the upcoming shopping centre’s first level, the floor will house an 855 square metre gym and amenities, as well a 504 square metre segment of the building dedicated to commercial and medical stores. 

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The area of the new shopping centre, which can be found at 67 Capestone Boulevard, Mango Hill, has been measured to be1.23 hectares large, providing a total of 5,241 square metres of gross floor area. 151 car parking spaces will be available on the ground level. 

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Ultimately, an area of 3,403 square metres will be used for specialty shops, pharmacy, gym, medical, commercial, restaurants, cafes and amenities all throughout the site. 

Updates on 3 New Shopping Centre Development Near North Lakes

North Brisbane is bustling with a trio of shopping centre developments. The significant commercial sites to watch out for are in the North Lakes area — the Dakabin Shopping Centre, Kallangur’s Murrumba Village complex and the Narangba Heights Shopping Centre.


Woolworths Dakabin is set to open Stage One on 19 Aug. 2020. The 3,300 sqm site’s specialty stores, as well as a child care centre, a service station, and health service shops, are set for Stage Two of the opening in October. 

The commercial centre is conveniently accessible via train stations within the 5 km radius: Dakabin station, Narangba station (3.6 km), Kallangur station (3.9 km), Murrumba Downs station (4 km), and the Petrie station (4.5 km). It’s also accessible to the North Lakes community via the M1 motorway. 


Moreton Bay Council approved the development of a shopping village in Kallangur in 2019. Construction will officially begin for a Fresh and Save supermarket in September 2020.  

The supermarket is just one part of the massive commercial and residential development in the areas around Anzac Ave, Brays Road and Cecily St. The plan is to develop a Murrumba Village complex that will also include a health and medical precinct, child care facility, playground, and heaps of retail shops and restaurants. 

These sites have target opening dates for October 2021 but the childcare facility might be ready by July next year. 

Photo Credit: PD Online/Moreton Bay Council

Photo Credit: PD Online/Moreton Bay Council

Aside from Fresh and Save, other confirmed tenancy include Palace Kebabs, On A Roll, SG Cafe, and Liquorland. Also moving in are a laundromat, barbershop and salon, and a pick-up centre for the Australian Post. The shopping complex will replace the Tulip Town shopping centre demolished in 2003. 

This development comes on the heels of the completion of Stage 1 of a townhouse complex development, which has reportedly sold out. 


Earthworks at the site of the Narangba Heights Shopping Centre was completed in May and residents are likely seeing the first level construction of the new site. Located around the corner of Sovereign Drv and Oakey Flat Rd, this centre will have Coles supermarket aside from restaurants and retail stores. Oxmar Properties is in the process of locking in tenants.

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