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Stroll around Albert Park Lake or dive into the area’s rich history, from its early life as a series of lagoons to its military training heritage or its royal naming.
A mere tram ride from central Melbourne, commuting from Albert Park is never a lengthy exercise and its weekend pace is a relaxed affair. All this helps to make it a rewarding place to live that you’ll forever be exploring.
Tony sources fantastic local and Italian produce from boutique and artisan suppliers during his regular tours of Italy, serving some of the best Mediterranean produce the world has to offer at your fingertips.
If Japanese is more to your taste, Brother Shota is a modern restaurant that delivers exquisite food from the East Asian nation. Its tantalising combination of old and new flavors will keep you coming back time and time again. Make sure to order the crispy eggplant and popcorn prawn – two dishes you cannot miss.
On Melbourne’s hot summer days, Jock’s Ice Cream and Sorbet is a local institution. Popular with people of all ages, you can spot it from a distance during the after school rush by the steady stream of kids waiting for a cold treat on their way home from school.
Albert Park’s striking Victorian-era terraces, heritage buildings and community-village charm make for an eclectic and enchanting property market. There’s so much to love about this engaging suburb that it’s hardly surprising that it’s amongst Melbourne’s best places to live. Its growing popularity shows no signs of abating – it’s a suburb that makes postcode-proud residents never want to leave.