Yarraville has a charming village vibe and a contemporary café lifestyle. Most action happens around the compact cross section of Ballarat and Anderson Streets, where you’ll find health food stores, supermarkets, butchers and artisanal bakeries like Cobb Lane alongside 60-year-old business like Heather Dell cake shop.
Spend your weekend at the Yarraville Gardens Farmers Market, or maybe browsing the Sun Bookshop. In the evening you can slip upstairs to the lush Acqua e Vino for pre-movie cocktails before heading to the Sun Theatre. Yarraville is serviced by a centrally located train station as well as several buses. The area also boasts primary schools and the yearly Yarraville Festival.
Yarraville caters perfectly to its residents – you’ll find lovely Edwardian houses big enough for a family and renovated to meet modern needs, while for those with a more compact, independent lifestyle, new townhouses and apartment complexes are an ideal choice.
The central village, despite gentrification, has retains its gorgeous historic streetscape, with the Art Deco Sun Theatre a major highlight.
Yarraville is close to the city but a million miles away in terms of its cosy, village lifestyle. It’s a family-friendly area but ideally suited to independent spirits, too. With its compact enclave of cafes, an Art Deco cinema and an impressive annual community festival, Yarraville will make you feel instantly at home.
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Sat 1 Jul: 12:30pm
Sat 22 Jul: 12:30pm
Sat 8 Jul: 11:30am
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