Centre Overview

Clarendon Centre is a 4,590 sqm retail centre with office space of 3,352 sqm, situated in the heart of Clarendon Street, South Melbourne, 1km from the Melbourne CBD. 

The retail component comprises a small line Coles supermarket and 21 specialty stores with an emphasis on unique destination type retailers. The two upper office levels are occupied by Fox FM, Triple M and the Head Office of Southern Cross Austereo.

The centre offers 2 levels of underground secure carparking and timed parking is also available on Clarendon Steet. Public transport is easily accessible via tram on Clarendon Street, bus and train services at nearby Southern Cross Station.

Leasing Enquiries

Please contact Michael Vanin on
Phone: 0418 543 970

Casual Leasing & Pop-up Enquiries 

Clarendon Centre has several high exposure casual leasing or ‘pop up’ sites for consideration. Please contact Dominique if you wish to discuss options that might suit your requirement’s and budget.

Dominique King
Email: domi/at/clarendonpg.com.au

Fact Sheet (PDF)

Clarendon Centre Fact Sheet Clarendon Centre Fact Sheet (824 KB) 

Trade Area

South Melbourne’s primary trade area includes South Melbourne, a section of Albert Park and the southern section of Southbank. The current population stands at 20,600 people (estimated) but is forecast to double by 2031.

Clarendon’s secondary trade area includes Middle Park, the balance of Albert Park to the south, Port Melbourne to the west and sections of St Kilda to the east. Due to the fact the centre is on a tram line with numerous Bayside suburb services and is on the way to the CBD and office precinct, there is opportunity to capture commuters from outside the trade area. 

The population figures for the trade area are based on residents, when in actual fact, the centre predominantly services office workers who are in the trade area during business hours. For example, the South Melbourne workforce figures is estimated to be 22,320.

Customer Profile

Total population of South Melbourne 11,680 people 

Mostly medium density (85%)

Median household income $1,842 against a Melbourne average of $1,542 

Mostly young couples/singles without dependants

50% of households rent

26% of residents use public transport

35 year old average in line with Greater Melbourne average with a very low number of older couples & singles.

( Census 2011 data )