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Ocean Retail Park, Portsmouth

  • Ocean Retail Park
  • Burrfields Road
  • Portsmouth
  • Hampshire
  • PO3 5HH

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Monday9am – 8pm
Tuesday9am – 8pm
Wednesday9am – 8pm
Thursday9am – 8pm
Friday9am – 8pm
Saturday9am – 6pm
Sunday10:30am - 4:30pm

Additional Opening Hours

Opening times are for general guidance only, individual stores may vary. Please check retailer websites or our store pages for further details.

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Ocean Retail Park is 0.5 miles west of the A2030 main north/south route serving the island and two miles south of the A27 south coast arterial trunk road, which leads off from the M27.

Use PO35 5HH in our sat nav to find us.

Ocean Retail Park is a 20-minute walk from Hilsea train station with rail links to Portsmouth stations, Southampton and London.

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Park Facilities


Ocean Retail Park is all on one level, and most shops have wide-fitted automatic doors for disabled-friendly access.

Parking is also convenient, with over 600 free parking spaces including 34 reserved for Blue Badge Holders.

Disabled toilet facilities and baby changing can be found within Costa, McDonald’s, M&S and Subway.

Baby Changing

Baby changing facilities are available in Costa, McDonald’s, M&S and Subway.

Click & Collect

Click & Collect is now available in selected stores at Ocean Retail Park, so you can order online and collect at a time that’s convenient for you.

Please see individual store pages under the ‘Store‘ tab for more information.


We have a total of 600 free parking spaces at Ocean Retail Park available for easy access to shopping.


Don’t forget there is free WiFi throughout the retail park so you can surf while you shop!


Customer toilets are available in some of our stores, these include: McDonald’s, Costa, M&S Cafe and Subway.


Ocean Retail Park has one defibrillator onsite and can be found on the rear of the customer service cabin to the front of the park.

A defibrillator is a device that can restart the heart of someone who is in cardiac arrest. You don’t need to be trained to use a defibrillator – anyone can use it. If required, each defibrillator displays clear instructions and voice prompts are activated when in use.

A passcode is required to access the defibrillator, guidance on how to obtain this is included on the instructions.