Updates & News

Find the latest information & updates from Highpoint here.

Shopping at Highpoint may look a little different with our new safety and social distancing measures in place. We will be updating this page with the latest news and advice, so be sure to check back regularly so you can plan your visit.

Update | 14 October 2021
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In line with the Department of Health and Human Services recent announcement that only Tier 1 COVID-19 exposure sites will be listed online from 4 October 2021 onwards, Highpoint will continue to follow the Department’s advice and only list Tier 1 exposure details within the centre on our website moving forward. For customers who may receive direct communications from DHHS regarding a potential Tier 2 exposure at Highpoint, please continue to follow the directions as advised by DHHS at the time and visit www.coronavirus.vic.gov.au for further information.  
 
The comfort and safety of our customers, tenants, contractors and staff at Highpoint remains our utmost priority at all times.
 
Update | 21 September, 2021
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Highpoint centre management has received notification the centre has been listed as a COVID-19 public exposure site by the Victorian Department of Health and Human Services. We have been advised that the affected individual was present at the centre on Thursday 16 September between 10.30am – 5.30pm and is understood to have attended Apple Store.

As a result, the impacted retailer has been notified and a comprehensive deep clean of their tenancy will be undertaken. Any staff members who had close contact with the individual have been required to get tested and isolate for 14 days. We will continue to monitor the situation, and are following all relevant advice and guidance issued by the Department of Health and Human Services. The centre will undergo a thorough deep clean as a precautionary measure, and the heightened cleaning regimes already implemented will remain in place throughout all high traffic areas.

The comfort and safety of customers, tenants, contractors and staff at Highpoint remains the utmost priority at all times.
Update | 10 September, 2021
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Highpoint centre management has received notification the centre has been listed as a COVID-19 public exposure site by the Victorian Department of Health and Human Services. We have been advised that the affected individual was present at the centre on Sunday 29 August between 11.45am – 12.30pm and is understood to have attended EB Games.

As a result, the impacted retailer has been notified and a comprehensive deep clean of their tenancy will be undertaken. Any staff members who had close contact with the individual have been required to get tested and isolate for 14 days. We will continue to monitor the situation, and are following all relevant advice and guidance issued by the Department of Health and Human Services. The centre will undergo a thorough deep clean as a precautionary measure, and the heightened cleaning regimes already implemented will remain in place throughout all high traffic areas.

The comfort and safety of customers, tenants, contractors and staff at Highpoint remains the utmost priority at all times.
Update | 16 August, 2021
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The Victorian Premier has announced that Victoria's stage 4 lockdown measures have been extended until 11:59pm on Thursday September 2.
 
Highpoint Shopping Centre will remain open everyday from 10am - 5pm so the community can access essential services and products. Restaurants, cafes and food court operators will offer delivery and takeaway rather than 'dine in' options and some fashion retailers will be offering Click & Collect. We recommend contacting stores directly to confirm their trading details as individual trading hours may vary.
 
When you visit Highpoint please make sure you are shopping safe:
  • Check into Highpoint via the QR Codes placed at all entrances.
  • Wear a fitted face mask for the duration of your visit.
  • Maintain social distancing and follow the signs in centre which assist with traffic guidance and queuing.
  • Do not visit Highpoint if you are feeling unwell.
  • As always, we will continue to follow the advice from the Victorian Government and Department of Health to ensure we’re doing our best by our community.
We will continue monitor the situation and keep you updated. Read more about our Safety Guidelines here
Update | 12 August, 2021
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Highpoint centre management has received notification the centre has been listed as a COVID-19 public exposure site by the Victorian Department of Health and Human Services. We have been advised that the affected individual was present at the centre on Thursday 05 August between 10:15am - 10:45am and is understood to have attended the following areas at Highpoint: Bowl of Joy

As a result, the impacted retailers have been notified and a comprehensive deep clean of their tenancies will be undertaken. Any staff members who had close contact with the individual have been required to get tested and isolate for 14 days. We will continue to monitor the situation, and are following all relevant advice and guidance issued by the Department of Health and Human Services. The centre will undergo a thorough deep clean as a precautionary measure, and the heightened cleaning regimes already implemented will remain in place throughout all high traffic areas.

The comfort and safety of customers, tenants, contractors and staff at Highpoint remains the utmost priority at all times.
Update | 11 August, 2021
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The Victorian Premier has announced that Victoria's stage 4 lockdown measures have been extended until 11:59pm on Wednesday August 18. Following advice from the Victorian Government and the Department of Health & Human Services on 11 August, 2021. Highpoint will remain open and accessible to the community.  
 
The Victorian Government has classified Shopping Centres as an essential part of the community where people come to access fresh groceries, food, household items and banking or medical services.  
 
We will continue to work together with our retailers to monitor the situation and keep you updated through our social channels, email and website so that you can continue to safely access essential products and services.

You can read more about Highpoint's safety measures here
Update | 9 August, 2021
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Highpoint centre management has received notification the centre has been listed as a COVID-19 public exposure site by the Victorian Department of Health and Human Services. We have been advised that the affected individual was present at the centre on Sunday 01 August between 11.30am – 4.00pm and is understood to have attended the following areas at Highpoint: JD Sports Myer and Silver Water Car Wash Service.

As a result, the impacted retailers have been notified and a comprehensive deep clean of their tenancies will be undertaken. Any staff members who had close contact with the individual have been required to get tested and isolate for 14 days. We will continue to monitor the situation, and are following all relevant advice and guidance issued by the Department of Health and Human Services. The centre will undergo a thorough deep clean as a precautionary measure, and the heightened cleaning regimes already implemented will remain in place throughout all high traffic areas.

The comfort and safety of customers, tenants, contractors and staff at Highpoint remains the utmost priority at all times.
Update | 5 August, 2021
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Highpoint centre management has received notification the centre has been listed as a COVID-19 public exposure site by the Victorian Department of Health and Human Services. We have now been advised the affected individual was present at the centre on Saturday 31 July between 12.00pm –2.00pm.

The individual is understood to have attended the following areas at Highpoint: Lowes, Bad Workwear, Level 3 Foodcourt, and Level 2. As a result, the impacted retailers have notified any staff members who had close contact with the individual to get tested and isolate for 14 days. A comprehensive deep clean of their tenancies and the carpark will be undertaken.

Centre management continues to monitor the situation, and are following all relevant advice and guidance issued by the Department of Health and Human Services. As a precautionary measure, the centre will undergo a thorough deep clean. The heightened cleaning regimes already implemented will remain in place throughout all high traffic areas and the centre will remain open for trade.

The comfort and safety of customers, tenants, contractors and staff at Highpoint remains the utmost priority at all times.
Update | 5 August, 2021
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As we embark on another snap lockdown, our priority is always the safety of our shoppers, retailers, staff and community. From 8pm tonight until 11.59pm Thursday 12 August, Victoria will enter a seven-day lockdown.

Highpoint Shopping Centre will remain open so the community can access essential services and products.

In line with the latest Government announcements, some of our retailers will temporarily close to help keep our community safe. Restaurants, cafes and food court operators will offer delivery and takeaway rather than 'dine in' options.
Update | 27 July, 2021
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Following advice from the Victorian Government and the Department of Health, Highpoint's full retail mix will reopen at 9am on 28 July, 2021. We are delighted to welcome our community back into the Centre, and ask that you take a moment to familiarise yourself with our new Safety Guidelines designed to keep you safe. 

When you visit our Centre, please remember to check-in via the QR Codes located at all main entrances and wear a fitted facemask for the duration of your visit. If you misplace your Face Mask, our friendly Customer Service Team and Security Guards are happy to help and have spare masks available. 

To ensure visiting Highpoint remains a safe and comfortable experience, we have implemented the following safety procedures:

  • Additional cleaning in high traffic areas, bathrooms and frequently touched surfaces.
  • In-centre signage detailing conditions of entry, QR code check in, mandatory face mask protocol and social distancing measures.
  • Covid Marshalls to assist with QR code check-in.
  • Hand sanitiser stations located throughout the Centre, with additional units placed near foodcourts, entrances, parents rooms, and washrooms. 
  • Store capacity and social distancing signage throughout the centre.
  • Roaming Covid Marshalls to help with social distancing, mask compliance, sanitisation, and traffic flow through the centre.
  • You will notice every store has a capacity limit posted near the entrance to their premises. Please take heed of this number to ensure you are following social distancing requirements.
  • Requiring customers and staff to refrain from visiting our centre if they are showing symptoms, awaiting Covid Test results, have been exposed to anyone with the virus or visited an exposure site.


We’ll continue to follow the advice from the Government and Department of Health & Human Services to ensure we’re doing our best by our community.

For additional information on the changes to the current lockdown or for medical advice please visit: Department of Health & Human Services.

Update | 20 July, 2021
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The Victorian Premier has announced that Victoria's stage 4 lockdown measures have been extended until 11:59pm on Tuesday July 27. Following advice from the Victorian Government and the Department of Health & Human Services on 19 July, 2021. Highpoint will remain open and accessible to the community.  
 
The Victorian Government has classified Shopping Centres as an essential part of the community where people come to access fresh groceries, food, household items and banking or medical services.  
 
We will continue to work together with our retailers to monitor the situation and keep you updated through our social channels, email and website so that you can continue to safely access essential products and services.

You can read more about Highpoint's safety measures here
Update | 15 July, 2021
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As we embark on another snap lockdown, our priority is always the safety of our shoppers, retailers, staff and community. From 11.59pm tonight until 11.59pm Tuesday 20 July, Victoria will enter a five-day lockdown.

Highpoint Shopping Centre will remain open so the community can access essential services and products.

In line with the latest Government announcements, some of our retailers will temporarily close to help keep our community safe. Restaurants, cafes and food court operators will offer delivery and takeaway rather than 'dine in' options.

When you visit Highpoint please make sure you are shopping safe: 
  • Check into Highpoint via the QR Codes placed at all entrances.  
  • Wear a fitted face mask for the duration of your visit. 
  • Maintain social distancing and follow the signs in centre which assist with traffic guidance and queuing.
  • Do not visit Highpoint if you are feeling unwell. 
As always, we will continue to follow the advice from the Victorian Government and Department of Health to ensure we’re doing our best by our community.
Update | 14 July, 2021
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Highpoint centre management has received notification the centre has been listed as a COVID-19 public exposure site by the Victorian Department of Health and Human Services. We have now been advised the affected individual was present at the centre on Friday 09 July between 11.10am – 12.35pm.
 
The individual is understood to have attended the following areas at Highpoint: The Reject Shop, Bras N Things, Food Court Level 1 (near Strike Bowling), Ferguson Plarre, SkinKandy and North Carpark Level 1. As a result, the impacted retailers have notified any staff members who had close contact with the individual to get tested and isolate for 14 days. A comprehensive deep clean of their tenancies and the carpark will be undertaken.
 
Centre management continues to monitor the situation, and are following all relevant advice and guidance issued by the Department of Health and Human Services. As a precautionary measure, the centre will undergo a thorough deep clean. The heightened cleaning regimes already implemented will remain in place throughout all high traffic areas and the centre will remain open for trade.
 
The comfort and safety of customers, tenants, contractors and staff at Highpoint remains the utmost priority at all times.
Update | 7 July, 2021
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Following advice from the Victorian Government and the Department of Health & Human Services, it is now a requirement of entry to Highpoint Shopping Centre that all visitors check in using the QR code located at entries and throughout the centre. 

We are dedicated to creating a safe and comfortable shopping experience for our community and encourage customers to continue to follow all safety measures while shopping at Highpoint.

Click here to view our safety guidelines.
Update | 24 June, 2021
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Thanks to the efforts of every Victorian, From 11:59 Thursday 24 June, further government restrictions will ease. However, there are a few restrictions we must follow to ensure we're keeping our community safe. You can view the summary of changes on the Department of Health & Human Services website

Click here to view our safety guidelines.
Update | 16 June, 2021
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Thanks to the efforts of every Victorian, From 11:59 Thursday 17 June, further government restrictions will ease. You can view the summary of changes via the Department of Health & Human Services website

Intra-State Travel Limit:
The 25km travel limit has been lifted.
Movement between metropolitan Melbourne and regional Victoria is unrestricted.

Face Coverings:
Face coverings remain mandatory when indoors – for example at shopping centres or on public transport.
Face coverings are recommended to be worn outdoors where 1.5 metres physical distancing cannot be maintained.
Face coverings must be carried at all times.
Face coverings are no longer required while hairdressing, beauty and personal care service are being performed.

Shopping, personal services, and entertainment
Cinemas remain open with up to 50% of seated capacity (a maximum of 75 people per venue). The density quotent of 1 person per 4 sqm applies. 
Food courts are open with a maximum capacity of 75 people indoors. The density quotent of 1 person per 4 sqm applies. 
Update | 9 June, 2021
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Following advice from the Victorian Government and the Department of Health & Human Services, Highpoint's full retail mix will reopen at 9am on Friday 11 June. Please note, gyms remain closed.

You can find Highpoint's opening hours here. Trading hours for individual retailers vary, so we encourage you to contact retailers directly to confirm prior to arriving at Highpoint.  

We are dedicated to creating a safe and comfortable shopping experience for our community. You can read more about Highpoint's satefy measures here
 
For additional information, please visit the Department of Health & Human Services.
Update | 2 June, 2021
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Following advice from the Victorian Government and the Department of Health & Human Services on 27 May, Highpoint will remain open and accessible to the community.  
 
The Victorian Government has classified Shopping Centres as an essential part of the community where people come to access fresh groceries, food, household items and banking or medical services.  
 
In line with the latest Government announcements, some of our retailers will temporarily close from 11.59pm on 27 May until 11:59pm on 10 June 2021, to help keep our community safe.

This includes retail stores, cinemas, gyms, pubs, and licensed beauty services. Restaurants, cafes, and coffee shops will be providing take-away with the option of ‘dine in’ being suspended. Some stores may offer Click & Collect, we encourage you to contact stores directly to confirm.
  
We will continue to follow all advice from the Department of Health & Human Services and Victorian Government to ensure we are doing what’s best by our community.  
 
If you would like more information on COVID-19 or have any health-related questions please visit the Department of Health & Human Services website, or call their hotline on 1800 675 398. 
 
We will continue to provide updates via our website.
Update | 27 May, 2021
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Following advice from the Victorian Government and the Department of Health & Human Services on 27 May, Highpoint will remain open and accessible to the community.  
 
The Victorian Government has classified Shopping Centres as an essential part of the community where people come to access fresh groceries, food, household items and banking or medical services.  
 
In line with the latest Government announcements, some of our retailers will temporarily close from 11.59pm on 27 May until 11:59pm on 3 June 2021, to help keep our community safe.

This includes retail stores, cinemas, gyms, pubs, and licensed beauty services. Restaurants, cafes, and coffee shops will be providing take-away with the option of ‘dine in’ being suspended. Some stores may offer Click & Collect, we encourage you to contact stores directly to confirm.
  
We will continue to follow all advice from the Department of Health & Human Services and Victorian Government to ensure we are doing what’s best by our community.  
 
If you would like more information on COVID-19 or have any health-related questions please visit the Department of Health & Human Services website, or call their hotline on 1800 675 398. 
 
We will continue to provide updates via our website.
Update | 25 May, 2021
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Highpoint centre management has received notification the centre has been listed as a COVID-19 public exposure site by the Victorian Department of Health and Human Services. We have now been advised the affected individual was present at the centre on Thursday, 20 May between 5:15pm and 6:35pm.
 
The individual is understood to have attended the following Highpoint retailers: Smiggle, Kidstuff, Ishka, Lush Cosmetics and Toyworld. As a result, the impacted retailers have notified all staff members who have been in close contact with the individual to isolate for 14 days, and a comprehensive deep clean of their tenancies will now be undertaken.
 
Centre management continues to monitor the situation, and are following all relevant advice and guidance issued by the Department of Health and Human Services with regards to COVID-19. As a precautionary measure, the centre has undergone a thorough deep clean and remains open for trade. The heightened cleaning regimes already implemented will remain in place throughout all high traffic areas.
 
The comfort and safety of customers, tenants, contractors and staff at Highpoint remains the utmost priority at all times. 
Update | 25 May, 2021
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Following advice from the Victorian Government and the Department of Health & Human Services, face masks must be worn indoors from 6pm on 25 May, unless a lawful exemption applies.

We are dedicated to creating a safe and comfortable shopping experience for our community and encourage customers to continue to follow all safety measures while shopping at Highpoint.

For additional information on face masks, please visit the Department of Health & Human Services.  
Update | 24 May, 2021
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Highpoint centre management has received notification the centre has been listed as a COVID-19 public exposure site by the Victorian Department of Health and Human Services. We have been advised the affected individual was present at the centre on Thursday, 20 May between 5:00pm and 8:00pm.
 
Centre management continues to monitor the situation, and are following all relevant advice and guidance issued by the Department of Health and Human Services with regards to COVID-19. As a precautionary measure, the centre has since undergone a thorough deep cleaning overnight and remains open for trade. We will continue with the heightened cleaning regimes already implemented throughout all high traffic areas.
 
The comfort and safety of customers, tenants, contractors and staff at Highpoint remains the utmost priority at all times. 
Update | 26 March, 2021
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Following advice from the Victorian Government and the Department of Health & Human Services, face masks will no longer be required in shopping centres, but Victorians will still need to carry one with them at all times to wear on public transport, in rideshare vehicles and taxis and in sensitive settings such as aged care facilities and hospitals.

We are dedicated to creating a safe and comfortable shopping experience for our community and encourage customers to continue to follow all safety measures while shopping at Highpoint. You can read more about Highpoint's satefy measures here
 
For additional information, please visit the Department of Health & Human Services.
Update | 17 February, 2021
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Following advice from the Victorian Government and the Department of Health & Human Services, Highpoint's full retail mix will reopen at 9am on 18 February.

We are dedicated to creating a safe and comfortable shopping experience for our community. You can read more about Highpoint's satefy measures here
 
For additional information, please visit the Department of Health & Human Services.
Update | 12 February, 2021
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Following advice from the Victorian Government and the Department of Health & Human Services on 12 February, Highpoint will remain open and accessible to the community.  
 
The Victorian Government has classified Shopping Centres as an essential part of the community where people come to access fresh groceries, food, household items and banking or medical services.  
 
In line with the latest Government announcements, some of our retailers will temporarily close from 11.59pm on 12 February until 11:59pm on 17 February 2021, to help keep our community safe. This includes retail stores, cinemas, gyms, pubs, and licensed beauty services. Restaurants, cafes, and coffee shops will be providing take-away with the option of ‘dine in’ being suspended. 
 
For additional information, please visit the Department of Health & Human Services.
Opening hours
Christmas 2021
Tue, 30 Nov 2021 - 9am - 7pm
Wed, 01 Dec 2021 - 9am - 7pm
Thu, 02 Dec 2021 - 9am - 9pm
Fri, 03 Dec 2021 - 9am - 9pm
Sat, 04 Dec 2021 - 9am - 7pm
Sun, 05 Dec 2021 - 9am - 7pm
Mon, 06 Dec 2021 - 9am - 7pm
Tue, 07 Dec 2021 - 9am - 7pm
Wed, 08 Dec 2021 - 9am - 7pm
Thu, 09 Dec 2021 - 9am - 10pm
Fri, 10 Dec 2021 - 9am - 10pm
Sat, 11 Dec 2021 - 9am - 10pm
Sun, 12 Dec 2021 - 9am - 10pm
Mon, 13 Dec 2021 - 9am - 10pm
Tue, 14 Dec 2021 - 9am - 10pm
Wed, 15 Dec 2021 - 9am - 10pm
Thu, 16 Dec 2021 - 9am - 10pm
Fri, 17 Dec 2021 - 9am - 10pm
Sat, 18 Dec 2021 - 9am - 10pm
Sun, 19 Dec 2021 - 9am - 10pm
Mon, 20 Dec 2021 - 9am - 11.59pm
Tue, 21 Dec 2021 - 9am - 11.59pm
Wed, 22 Dec 2021 - 9am - 11.59pm
Thu, 23 Dec 2021 - 9am - 2am
Fri, 24 Dec 2021 - 9am - 7pm
Sat, 25 Dec 2021 - Closed
Boxing Day 2021
Sun, 26 Dec 2021 - 8am - 11pm
Mon, 27 Dec 2021 - 9am - 6pm
Tue, 28 Dec 2021 - 9am - 6pm
New Years 2021
Wed, 29 Dec 2021 - 9am - 6pm
Thu, 30 Dec 2021 - 9am - 9pm
Fri, 31 Dec 2021 - 9am - 6pm
Sat, 01 Jan 2022 - 10am - 5pm
Sun, 02 Jan 2022 - 10am - 5pm
Mon, 03 Jan 2022 - 10am - 5pm
REGULAR TRADING HOURS
Mon - 9am - 7pm
Tue - 9am - 7pm
Wed - 9am - 7pm
Thu - 9am - 10pm
Fri - 9am - 10pm
Sat - 9am - 10pm
Sun - 9am - 10pm
Location
Highpoint
120-200 Rosamond Road
Maribyrnong VIC 3032
Phone: 03 9318 1699