Morgan Crossing is one of the newest shopping centres on the Peninsula.

Shop till you drop on Peninsula

Diverse range of small boutiques, national chain stores at hand

Whether you’re on the lookout for the perfect gift for a loved one, or ready for a full-on shopping spree, White Rock/South Surrey has no shortage of great shopping options.

Here’s a rundown of the community’s major shopping areas and what they have to offer:

Alder Crossing

(148 Street & King George Boulevard)

Home to Choices Market, this South Surrey strip mall also includes a boutique wine shop, fitness club, dentist, florist, gourmet Indian Cuisine, hair salon and more.

Alderwood Plaza

(160 Street & King George Boulevard)

Home to McJacs Roadhouse Grille and the Roadhouse Cheese and Bake Shoppe, this plaza also features a convenience store and a men’s only salon and spa.

Boundary Park Plaza

(64 Avenue & Scott Road)

This shopping hub offers something for everyone, with restaurants, meat and produce retailers, a pharmacy, spa and salon, florist and much more.

Central Plaza

(North Bluff Road & Johnston Road)

Just across the way from Semiahmoo Shopping Centre, Central Plaza is home to several well-known businesses, including a photography shop, flooring and lighting stores, travel agency, art supply store and more.

Centre 24

(24 Avenue, between King George Boulevard and 156 Street)

Home to the White Rock Hospice Thrift Store, this plaza also includes a florist, dance studio, bakery, pizzeria, book store and wine retailer.

Crescent Beach

(Beecher Street)

A beloved destination for locals and tourists alike, this area is laced with artistic charm and seaside endeavours. Boutiques, gift shops and beautifully appointed restaurants showcase the beach – a great place to grab an ice cream cone for a stroll along the water, or sit down for a plate of delicious fish and chips.

Downtown White Rock

(Johnston Road)

At the core of White Rock town centre you will find the retail sector of Johnston Road, which hosts a slew of independent and corporate businesses. Banks, hair salons, grocery stores, butchers, flower shops, health food stores, an art gallery, delicatessans, book stores, clothing stores, fitness clubs, sewing supply stores and professional services are just a few of the businesses found on this busy street.

Elgin Corners

(140 Street & 32 Avenue)

With a charming village atmosphere in the heart of the Semiahmoo Peninsula, Elgin Corners offers something for everybody – casual fine dining, men’s and women’s apparel, a spa, gourmet pizza, furniture and home decor, organic produce, a coffee shop and a wellness centre.

Five Corners

(Johnston Road & Buena Vista Avenue & Pacific Avenue)

This busy shopping hub is home to several unique cafes and restaurants, ladies’ fashion boutiques, a day spa, designer optical store and more.

Hillcrest Mall

(Thrift Avenue & Johnston Road)

Buy Low Foods anchors this popular strip mall in a central White Rock location, which features a pet store, cafe, post office, thrift store, specialty hobby shops

Grandview Corners

(160 Street & 24 Avenue)

A combination of big-named retailers, small boutique shops, exciting dining options and essential services, Grandview Corners is one of the Peninsula’s many one-stop-shops. With the design of an outdoor mall and plenty of open, public space, this district features more than 40 stores and is anchored by H&M, Indigo Books, Wal-Mart and Future Shop.

Marine Drive

(Marine Drive)

With a wonderful collection of boutiques, gift shops, clothing stores, book stores, homemade ice cream shops, spas and restaurants – not to mention the location right on White Rock beach – this exciting strip is often bustling with tourists and locals enjoying the ambiance and beauty of the seaside community.

Morgan Creek Corporate Centre

(15252 32 Ave.)

This building offers a wide range of services in one convenient location, with physiotherapists, mortgage brokers, a dental office, skin and laser centre, pharmacy and biscotti cafe onsite.

Morgan Crossing

(Croydon Drive & 24 Avenue)

A unique and trendy lifestyle village that combines three levels of residences on top of street-level shops and services, Morgan Crossing is shaping up to be one-of-a-kind on the Peninsula. Major retailers include Best Buy, Thrifty Foods, London Drugs and Winners, plus three Canadian banks, a number of European-inspired cafes and boutique shops, plus Steve Nash Fitness Club.

Ocean Park Shopping Centre

(128 Street & 16 Avenue)

This popular South Surrey outdoor mall, anchored by a B.C. Government Liquor Store and Safeway, includes a unique children’s store, flower shop, gourmet foods and a bakery.

Ocean Park Centre

(128 Street & 16 Avenue)

Right across the street from Ocean Park Village is a handy and unique cluster of shops and villages, which includes pizza, trendy teen clothing, home decor and gifts, specialty meat, gourmet food shops and much more.

Panorama Place

(152 Street & 56 Avenue)

Featuring Big Ridge Brewing Company, A&W and two banks, this complex – on the southeast corner of the intersection – is part of a fast-growing Surrey neighbourhood.

Panorama Village

(152 Street & 56 Avenue)

Recently developed over the past few years, this shopping plaza includes a Shoppers Drug Mart, IGA, banks, medical and dental clinics, restaurants and more.

Peninsula Village

(15355 24th Ave.)

This centrally located outdoor mall, anchored by a B.C. Government Liquor Store, Safeway and London Drugs, provides convenient, one-stop shopping with more than 50 retailers, restaurants and essential services to choose from.

Redwood Plaza

(King George Boulevard & 31 Avenue)

Anchored by Rona Home Centre, this neighbourhood strip mall also features a Ricky’s Restaurant, M&M Meat Shop and a number of smaller retailers including a diving gear store and a printer cartridge service store.

Rosemary Centre

(34 Avenue & Rosemary Heights Crescent)

This stylish shopping complex, nestled in close proximity to Morgan Creek and Rosemary Heights, offers a range of shops and amenities, from a music school to trendy restaurants, hair and nail salons, dentist office, fitness training and more.

Semiahmoo Shopping Centre

(16th Avenue & 152 Street)

Anchored by Zellers, Price Smart Foods, Shoppers Drug Mart and a B.C. Government Liquor Store, this more than 250,000-sq.-ft mall boasts 75 shops and services, including independent and national stores.

Southpoint Exchange

(152 Street & 32 Avenue)

This popular spot is anchored by Save On Foods, Canadian Tire and Staples, and features a number of other shops and restaurants both big and small for the perfect urban shopping experience.

Sullivan Square

(152 Street & 56 Avenue)

Across the way from Panorama Place & Village, this plaza is home to a variety of restaurants, including Tim Hortons and Dairy Queen as well as banks, a laser skin clinic, hair salon and much more.

Sunnyside Village

(King George Boulevard & 24 Avenue)

This conveniently located plaza consists of a movie theatre, sports gear and apparel store, camping and hiking equipment store, drycleaner, pharmacy, board game retailer and several restaurants, including sushi, pizza and Italian.

Windsor Square Mall

(152 Street & 20th Avenue)

More than 50 upscale shops and professional services from salons to watch repair, jewelry stores to wedding gown boutiques has put this shopping hub on the map.

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