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THE DISTRICT DOCKLANDS LAUNCHES CALL & COLLECT 

Get easy access to delicious food, groceries, fresh food and essentials – all from the comfort of your car, 7 days a week! Find out more.

From Friday 1 May, customers can shop from the wide range of stores and dining outlets at The District Docklands and their fresh food precinct Market Lane through the new Call & Collect program, which sees purchases delivered straight to their vehicle, whether it be a car, scooter or bike, however they choose to travel! 

This initiative allows customers to have contactless access their favourite stores and services. Customers can order and pay over the phone or via tap-and-go upon collection, and stores will advise kerbside pick-up times. 

Participating stores include: 

  • Dohtonbori Okonomiyaki 
  • The Butcher Club Epicurean 
  • Docklands City Pharmacy 
  • Health Kick 
  • Sushi Yuzen 
  • Jon Smith Subs 
  • And more stores coming online weekly! 

Fresh food and grocery collections are available between 1-3pm and 4-6pm daily. Restaurant and café collections are available as per customer arrangements with individual operators. 

“It’s important for us to innovate our offerings to ensure that Melburnians can still access their favourite stores and restaurants, while keeping our community safe,” says The District Docklands CEO George Karabatsos. “Our Call & Collect service allows our customers to continue to make the most of all that The District Docklands and Market Lane have to offer, and allows us to support our operators during this difficult time.” 

“Being part of The District Docklands Call & Collect initiative means we can package our chef-cooked meals, meats and drinks ready to go directly to our customers,” says Leonie Fryar, Marketing Manager The Butcher Club Epicurean. “From delicious meatballs with Napoli sauce, gourmet pizzas and hampers to pub-style parmas, Cape Grim steaks and lasagne, we’re offering our wide range of favourites, to help people recreate a special date night in or a restaurant meal at home with matched wine and beer”. 

More stores at The District Docklands and Market Lane are expected to join the Call & Collect service in the coming weeks. 

The District Docklands is also offering 90-minute free parking for all customers as a way of saying thank you for their ongoing support. 

For more information, store contact details and Call & Collect menus visit: https://www.thedistrictdocklands.com.au/news/centre-news/the-district-call-collect/ 

The District Docklands remains open to provide the local community with products and services. The District Docklands has a commitment to supporting employees and customers during this time. 

Health and safety and The District Docklands 

  • Free 90-minute parking to all customers 
  • Installation of hand sanitiser dispensers in fresh food precinct amenities and entries 
  • Installation of social distancing signs and floor decals 
  • Government mandated social distancing measures in all retail locations 

About The District Docklands: 

The District Docklands is Melbourne’s indoor/outdoor precinct for food, shopping, dining, entertainment and attractions. Opening in 2008 under the name Harbour Town, the centre has received a $150 million facelift between December 2014 to November 2017 when it relaunched and repositioned as The District Docklands. 

Today, the shopping precinct is home to over 120 retailers including internationally recognised and loved brands UNIQLO, H&M, Skechers and Miniso, as well as an Endota Wellness College training centre, a circus-themed entertainment hub and Australia’s most technologically advanced HOYTS. 

In October 2019, The District Docklands launched Market Lane, the largest and most accessible fresh food precinct within a 5km radius of the CBD. Retailers at Market Lane include Woolworths, Dan Murphy’s, The Butcher Club Epicurean, MarketPlace Fresh, Empire Asian Supermarket, China Bar and a number of independent retailers. 

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