The Westfield store in Port Phillip, a town of 5,000 people, will reopen after a three-month hiatus.
Westfield’s Perth headquarters will be closed for refurbishment, with the Westfield Perth headquarters being moved to a nearby property, Westfield Western Australia.
The company confirmed the move with the local ABC, saying it had “successfully secured a suitable site in Western Australia, and we will now be able to move into the new location”.
Westfield Perth announced it was relocating the Perth office and offices at its Westfield headquarters, but said it was not moving its other Westfield stores.
It said the Perth and Melbourne office would remain open until the end of July, but would close in September.
The Westfield business is owned by the Australian arm of the German conglomerate.
Westpac has been running a credit facility for the Perth-based company since November, but was forced to shut it down in September, after a spate of high-profile breaches of security.
Westfields Perth has a combined total of more than $3 billion in assets, including more than 2,000 stores in Australia and more than 300 stores in Europe.