Oakville Place Shopping Centre is an indoor shopping mall in Oakville, Ontario, Canada. Opened in 1981, the mall is the only major indoor mall in the Town of Oakville. The mall is approximately 42,000 square metres. It is managed by RioCan Real Estate Investment Trust.
A centerpiece of the mall was once a monumental clock, 12 ft tall and weighing 6,000 lb, that chimes every quarter-hour. It was installed in 1981 and designed by Soheil Mosun Limited of Toronto. The clock was removed in 2016 following a change in ownership. Oakville Place was described by the American Automobile Association as "Oakville's leading shopping mall".The mall is located at the intersection of Queen Elizabeth Way and Trafalgar Road. Oakville Transit bus routes 13 stops on the north side of the mall on Leighland Avenue and makes connections with Oakville GO Station.
Address Leighland Avenue 240, Oakville
Coordinates 43°27'41.427" N -79°41'13.068" E