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Werribee City Centre of the Future

Werribee City Centre is a vibrant, diverse and growing centre, offering a range of attractions enjoyed by those who live, work and study in the area. Over the past ten years, growth and change in the Werribee City Centre has been guided by a vision, structure plan and policy.

We're now calling for ideas to refresh the Werribee City Centre Plan and help shape Werribee’s future.

Werribee is acknowledged as a Major Activity Centre and is part of the Werribee National Employment and Innovation Cluster. The Werribee City Centre and surrounds contain around 4,522 jobs and has an estimated total output of $1.15 billion.

The current community vision is for the Werribee City Centre to grow as a focal point of economic, cultural and environmental excellence, embracing its unique river setting. A vibrant strong and growing City Centre is needed to anchor Wyndham’s rapid population growth, by providing additional local jobs, independent business opportunities, local services, city living opportunities, and places for events, community recreation and culture.

A lot has changed since 2013 when the current Werribee City Centre Plan was first developed. Wyndham has grown and many of us are living and working differently. That’s why we’re refreshing the Werribee City Centre Plan – to guide the City Centre into the future and meet community needs.

Werribee City Centre Highlights

Since 2013, a range of important key projects have been delivered. These include construction of the Wedge Street Piazza and Wyndham Park Pedestrian Bridge, redevelopment of Wyndham Park and Chirnside Park Oval, the first catalyst site development featuring Holiday Inn, offices and public parking, and level crossing removals at Werribee St and Cherry St/Tarneit Rd.

Many events, activities, activations, and other initiatives have also been delivered, along with private developments.

These projects and new private developments have grown and enhanced the Werribee City Centre. New businesses, services and apartments introduced since 2013 have also seen Werribee City Centre grow as a focal point for commerce, services, education, hospitality and recreation.