Woolworths Melville, Willagee
About Woolworths Melville, Willagee
Woolworths Melville, Willagee
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Overview of Woolworths Melville
You are looking at travel information of Woolworths Melville in Willagee. Woolworths Melville is not a top-rated place in Willagee.
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Getting around Woolworths Melville, Willagee
The most preferred mode of transport is Bus from Marmion St After Stock Rd. The transit will take around 13 minutes, covering a distance of 4.24 Kilometre. The trip will cost you roughly AUD 5.Taxi
Take a Taxi. The total distance will be 4.86 Kilometre costing AUD 16 and the duration of the trip will be 6 minutes.Towncar
It is recommended to take Towncar which will cost you roughly AUD 9, taking around 6 minutes. The distance between the two points is 4.86 Kilometre.Walk
By walking for 60 minutes for a distance of 5.04 Kilometre.
Suggested transit method is Taxi. In 28 minutes you'll reach Hillarys Boat Harbour. The expense of the trip is AUD 70. From Hillarys Boat Harbour, opt for Carferry to Rottnest, the duration of journey is 60 minutes. The expense of the trip is AUD 60. The distance between the points is 56.54 Kilometre.Public Transport : Bus - Walk - Ferry
The mode of transport is Bus taking you to Fremantle Stn Stand 1. The transit will take around 16 minutes. The trip will cost you roughly AUD 5. From Fremantle Stn Stand 1 you can proceed to Fremantle by walking. The duration to reach will be 6 minutes. From Fremantle you can proceed to Rottnest Island by taking the Ferry. The duration to reach will be 30 minutes. The trip will cost you roughly AUD 40. The total distance covered will be 25.44 Kilometre.
Take a Bus taking you to Elizabeth Quay Bus Stn Stand C1. The journey will take around 32 minutes. The trip will cost you roughly AUD 6. From Elizabeth Quay Bus Stn Stand C1 you can move to Mounts Bay Rd Old Swan Brewery by taking the Bus. The duration will be 5 minutes. The transit will cost you AUD 1. The total distance is 18.29 Kilometre.Public Transport : Bus - Train
Choose Bus that takes you to Fremantle Stn Stand 1, costing you roughly AUD 5, taking around 15 minutes. From Fremantle Stn Stand 1, take a Train to Subiaco Stn Platform 1 and duration of trip is 21 minutes. Cost of this trip is AUD 1. The total distance between the two points is 25.49 Kilometre.Taxi
Best transit method is Taxi. The distance is 19.55 Kilometre, costing around AUD 50. The duration of the trip is 18 minutes.Car
Suggested transit method is Car. The distance between the points being 19.55 Kilometre, the time taken for the journey is 18 minutes. The expense of the trip is USD 2.Towncar
The most preferred mode of transport is Towncar. The transit will take around 18 minutes, covering a distance of 19.55 Kilometre. The trip will cost you roughly AUD 35.
Woolworths Melville, Willagee Reviews - Write a Review
Purchased some meat from the butchers shop Saturday afternoon 16th September - as l was assured that the meat is great and l am so disappointed it was the most tasteless meat l think l've ever tasted - it was full of fat and it was so tough we couldn't eat it. I actually will not be going back in a hurry. I don't mind paying "top dollar" for meat but when it's inedible - l can assure you there is a saying "what you pay is what you get" but we paid $20.00 a kg for pork ribs and also $13.00 a kg for beef ribs. Very disappointed.
good supermarket, however they use too many plastic bags when packing groceries for you. I bought five items yesterday and they used three bags for these small items. Totally uneccessary - usually I wouldn't use a plastic bag at all.
It's OK. What you would expect from a big grocery store. One of the best things is the parking - lots of it underground. They have a wide variety of products and when on special, you can get a good deal. Their fresh produce is where I mark them down. It's average. We always try buy our fresh meat, fish, fruit and veg at the butchers or farmers markets.
When we were arriving there was a intimidating aboriginal couple in the undercover carpark. The male was challenging female shoppers exiting the lift and the stairwell for money. His female companion was going from car to car looking inside. We parked upstairs in the end and by the time we entered the store they were at the entrance. I alerted staff at the customer service counter, when they reported there were no decurity staff at the store i suggested they call the Police. I am not sure if they did, but shortly after the male walked hurriedly through the store they were not to be seen. It was a very disconcerting experience and i was disappointed that there are not better security arrangements at that store. There are often dodgy looking people loitering anout downstairs and is becoming an increasingly uncomfortable place to shop. Which is a shame because this is an excellent sore otherwise, well stocked, well staffed and well run.
Great store... nightmare if you want to park out the front.