Westfield Burwood (officially Westfield Shoppingtown Burwood) is a shopping centre in the suburb of Burwood in the Inner West of Sydney, New South Wales. It is a located a few hundred metres away from Burwood Plaza.
The original Westfield Burwood first opened on 11 October 1966 by then Premier of New South Wales Robert Askin, and was one of the first shopping centres in Australia. The centre was known as Westfield Shoppingtown Burwood and was the first Westfield to contain the Westfield logo and to be branded as "shoppingtown". Shoppingtown was the idea that the centre would contain more than just shops, but professional services like cinemas, petrol stations, doctors and dentists.
Westfield Burwood was built on a slope which meant that it was the first centre that facilitated an "incline mall" design. This meant that the centre was a gently-ascending grade and that the levels were connected via a system of ramps, stairs and escalators. The centre also featured a circular stage and an ornate air fountain which shoots controlled compressed air with metallic coloured balls in the air.