We’re making changes

Connecting the Point Cook community is important to us. That’s why we’re so excited to announce we’re upgrading our food court and Town Square to bring you our new precinct, Point Social.

Point Social is the ultimate place to connect. A vibrant space to recharge and catch up with friends. With a variety of dining options, seating and dwell spaces, and a new play space, there's something for everyone.

We’re expecting works to start in May 2024 and be completed by August 2024.

When the works are complete, you will be able to enjoy new food retailers, a new kids play space, flexible spaces for both quiet meeting zones and larger social group get-togethers, and a new look Town Square.


When are the works taking place? 
The works will be taking place from May 2024, with an expected completion in August 2024.  

What works are happening? 
We will be bringing you a new look Town Square, new food kiosks, a new kids play space and flexible dining and meeting seating options.  

Will I be able to still visit my favourite retailers in the precinct while the works are underway?  
Yes, the Woolworths quadrant and all retailers will remain open throughout the duration of the works. To find contact details for your favourite store, please visit our Store Directory.

What new retailers are coming? 
We are excited to welcome East West Grocery, Toro Sushi, House and more to Stockland Point Cook. Keep an eye on this webpage or the Stockland Point Cook Facebook page and be the first to know of exciting new store updates. 

What will the new space look like? 
Check out some of the plans below, keep in mind that these images are artist’s impressions and are subject to change, shared for illustrative purposes only. 


About the Mural - Connection to the land, to Nature and each other


The proposed mural design features 2 women surrounded by native fauna and flora, subtly acknowledging that the Boon Wurrung people are the traditional custodians of the land.

The core concept revolves around the idea of reconciliation with the land, Nature and each other. In a world where social media and barriers disconnect us from nature the mural aims to inspire a beautiful connection.
This vibrant mural transcends boundaries and unites people from diverse backgrounds, celebrating our shared commitment to protecting nature. With vivid colors and intricate designs, it serves as a visual reminder that our responsibility to preserve our planet knows no boundaries, fostering unity and environmental stewardship among all.


As a collaborative piece by artists from overseas Katherine Gailer and Lucy Lucy, the proposed mural aligns perfectly with the spirit and environment of Point Cook. Katherine and Lucy have a successful ongoing collaborative practice, particularly thriving in projects that empower women, promote cultural diversity, and foster reconciliation with the natural environment.

This vibrant mural beautifully depicts two women from diverse backgrounds, celebrating the kaleidoscope of human diversity, colourfully representing the too often unrepresented. With a rich palette of colours, it's a visual ode to the strength found in embracing our differences. This mural stands as a powerful reminder that our world's beauty lies in its variety, and it's a call to celebrate and honour the stories, cultures, and experiences that make each individual unique. It serves as a beacon of hope and acceptance for all to admire.

For more updates on this development, keep an eye out on this web page, or sign up to become a Stockland member, where we will continue to provide relevant updates. 

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