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The suburb of Chermside is located on the north side of Brisbane, and is also a key destination along Queensland Transports future Northern Busway. Chermside is home to Queensland's largest shopping center (Westfield). This Westfield contains a 3-story Myer and a 16 screen cinema complex. Chermside has been described as a mini-CBD with the suburbs Indooroopilly, Carindale and Mount Gravatt surrounding it.
Chermside was originally named Downfall Creek, but was changed in 1903 to be named after the Governor of Queensland, Sir Herbert Chermside. The Brisbane tram network finally reached Chermside, in March 1947, and it was the northernmost point of the tramway until it was shut down on 2 December, 1968, one year before the whole tram network was shut down. The Dawn theater first opened in 1928 and closed in 2005 (Mr and Mrs Smith was the last film shown). This was the last single-screen cinema in Brisbane.
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Westfield Chermside is a large shopping centre in Queensland, located in Brisbane's inner northern suburbs. It is the 5th largest in Australia, behind Highpoint Shopping Centre, Westfield Sydney, Westfield Fountain Gate, and Chadstone Shopping Centre, and is operated by Scentre Group. Entertainment facilities include an Event Cinemas 16-screen cinema complex. The centre contains the Chermside bus station, a major transport hub for buses north of Brisbane.
Westfield Chermside's trade area population is 439,600. Its' 15.5 million customer visits per annum makes it Australia's 7th busiest Westfield shopping centre. The centre is located on the corner of Gympie Road and Hamilton Road. Chermside Drive-In Shopping Centre (Now Westfield Chermside) was opened on 31 May 1957 by the Premier of Queensland, Vince Gair. Allan & Stark became Myer in 1959 when the latter company purchased the former. The Westfield Group purchased the property from Coles-Myer in December 1996. In 2005, construction began on another expansion, which officially opened on 19 October 2006. It now contained 2,300 more car parks and over 100 new speciality stores.