Aurora mall Coles opens

Whittlesea Leader 27 June 2017 Coles supermarket COLES has given a boost to the Epping North economy after the supermarket giant unveiled its new store in Aurora Village. The store will be the 800th Coles supermarket in Australia and will create 115 jobs. The new market-style supermarket will feature an in-store bakery, a continental delicatessen and a meat counter. The … > More

Trading starts at Epping market

Northern Star Weekly 7 September 2015 Lexi Cottee Trading at Epping market finally gets underway   After more than a decade in the planning, Melbourne’s Wholesale Food Market began trading at its new Epping home for the first time last week. About 4000 traders, growers and their staff filled the cavernous space with fruit and vegetables last week ready for … > More

Melbourne Market opened in Epping

Whittlesea Leader 8 September 2015 Katrina Hinschen Room to bloom   Melbourne Market is now open in Epping. Reporter Katrina Hinschen rose early to see it in action   Melbourne Market has finally opened in Epping and fourth-generation flower wholesaler Anthony Santospirito has his area smelling like roses. WHOLESALE fruit, vegetable and flower traders are settling in to their quieter, … > More

Epping market expected to open in August

Whittlesea Leader 17 March 2015 Melissa Merrett Market expected to bloom   GOVERNMENT SAYS INTERCHANGE WILL ENHANCE NEW SITE   THE long-awaited Melbourne Wholesale Fruit, Flower and Vegetable market is expected to open in Epping on August 3. Traders will move from their Footscray Rd site to the $600 million market in July. Agriculture and Regional Development Minister Jaala Pulford … > More

Aurora General Store & Cafe

A jam-packed day full of activities and friendly characters will launch the new convenience store ‘with a twist’ at Aurora – VicUrban’s flagship sustainable development. Aurora General Store & Café, offering a fully-catered café, delicatessen and mini supermarket services is expected to be opening its doors to the public on 4 June, 2011. VicUrban General Manager Urban Communities, Rob Vines, said the … > More