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A Prized Lifestyle

Camberwell Living


Camberwell has hosted its fair share of celebrities. Geoffrey Rush, Kylie Minogue and Barry Humphries all saw the marvellous parts that make up the suburb – stunning parks, premier schools, one of Melbourne’s most iconic shopping junctions and a linkage of extremely well-manicured streets all unite to make Camberwell a bountiful yet blissful place to live.

871 Burke Road


From cafes constructing perfect cups of coffee to spaces fit for intimate dinners, Camberwell makes for an ideal spot to wind down.

  1. Legacy
  2. Bar None
  3. Boss Pizzeria
  4. Provence Artisan Bakers

Dining and Shopping

The Meat & Wine Co

Located in the heritage listed bank site at Camberwell Junction, The Meat & Wine Co serves up charcuterie boards to nibble off to more substantial goods from the paddock. An open kitchen in the centre of the restaurant adds a dynamic energy to people’s dining experiences, while private dining rooms are present for more intimate occasions.


From acai power bowls to buttermilk chicken burgers – Legacy has made its way to the top of the discerning foodie’s places to visit. It’s not just the food offering that draws customers, but the intriguing interiors. Legacy is almost entirely brick – from the inset floors to the tables that fill the space. At the front of the cafe are doughnuts and pastries, if you’re picking up a snack to go.

Boss Pizzeria

‘Eat Like a Boss’ is plastered in neon on this pizza restaurant’s walls, and eat like a boss you will. Boss Pizzeria lets its dough rise for 24 hours, resulting in airy yet durable bases made to hold pancetta, pork sausage and eggplant topped pizzas.

Bar None

Whether your poison of choice is beer, wine, or a cocktail – Bar None has it covered. For over a decade the institution has served up drinks, giving locals a worthy reason not to go into the city for a drink. A 300 spirit strong back bar highlighted by gentle lights, making for an overall laid-back environment.

East of Everything

To envision East of Everything, you need to think buffalo chicken wings, spicy quesedillas and gumbo – all of which go down sweepingly with a cold drink. Hidden above Bar None is this recently opened addition, which works its hardest to champion local brewers – patrons will often Kaiju, Wolf of the Willows and Hargreaves Hill on tap.


Scoring its first Chef’s Hat in 2017, Cretan restaurant and wine bar Elyros is a reminder that culinary treasures can still be found in suburbia. The menu is made for sharing – start with some sharing dishes; perhaps some mussels with pickled fennel, or figs with Cretan honey and walnuts. Move onto some slow cooked lamb and finish up with some bougatsa – an iconic semolina and custard filled pastry.

The Bakers Wife

Challah French toast, eggplant and goat’s cheese schnitzel and slow-cooked meatballs are just a few of the dishes flying out of The Bakers Wife’s kitchen. Couches, communal tables and courtyard seating make up the vast premises – which impressively carries out swift service even in the busiest of times.

Montebello Emporium

Fashion, homewares and jewellery fill the shelves at Montebello, which houses a number of local and international products. Stepping inside excites lovers of fine things. There are gifts for every occasion you may be attending – whether it’s a birthday, engagement, wedding or baptism.


Among the bestsellers at Provence Artisan Bakers are sausage rolls, Portuguese tarts, almond croissants and the sourdough bread. Aromas travel out the windows, pulling those passing by in for a savoury or sweet treat.


Heritage that is not only respected, but honoured, Camberwell holds all the pleasures of modern living, while preserving old gems. Camberwell Junction is one of the city’s oldest shopping and entertainment precincts, having hosted Schwartz & Angelo Fine Furniture for over 50 years and the Camberwell Fresh Food Market since the 1930s. Experience old-world beauty in auditoria fit out with festoon lighting and decorative brickwork at the Rivoli Cinemas, screening every genre of film imaginable since 1940. Following your movie session, treat yourself to a debrief among panoramic views up high at Nineteenforty – the Rivoli’s rooftop bar.

200 Camberwell Road

  1. The Meat & Wine Co
  2. Montebello
  3. Elyros
  4. The Bakers Wife
  5. Provence Artisan Bakers

Diners from all over the city are attracted to Camberwell to indulge in Legacy’s and The Bakers Wife’s innovative dishes. Elyros and The Meat & Wine Co serve for relaxed evening meals, with wine lists and dishes to reflect the high calibre of taste held by Camberwell’s locals.


Encompassing Bijou are green troves to spend away afternoons in, under generous shade or in the gleaming sun. Whether it’s relaxing beside the perfectly preened flowerbeds in Read Gardens, or playing a game of football or soccer on the lawns of Fritsch Holzer Park – these streets host an abundance of natural sanctuaries.

260 Camberwell Road

Delicatessens, fishmongers, fruit grocers, florists and more make up the Camberwell Fresh Food Market, which has stood valiantly at the heart of Camberwell Junction for over 80 years. Shoppers will find premium salmon at Tom Cooper, smallgoods and imported cheeses from Nick and Sue’s Gourmet Deli, while Sweeties covers confectionary, nuts and coffee beans.

Schools and Services

Camberwell Grammar School

All one needs to do is hop on the tram and travel a few stops up Burke Road from Bijou to reach world-class education. This boys’ school offers the latest approach in learning – combining academia in a wide range of subjects with participation in sport, music and the arts. Camberwell Grammar School’s academic performances are unswervingly impressive, year after year.

Camberwell Rotary Market

Drawing bargain hunters from all crevices of the city is Camberwell’s Sunday rotary market. Second-hand treasures and handcrafted goods fill the stalls, which sell vintage clothing, records, framed prints, as well as more unusual items such as typewriters, buttons and ornaments.

Stockland Tooronga

Conveniently located just off the Burke Road exit of the Monash Freeway is Stockland Tooronga – a shopping centre equipped with cafes, takeaway restaurants, supermarkets, grocers, nail salons and a masseuse. In one stop, you can get an imaginable amount ticked off your list.

Fritsch Holzer Park

A neighbourhood icon, Fritsch Holzer Park serves all purposes. There are basketball courts, a BMX skate park, and tennis courts that are available for hire. Native foliage and large lawns make up the area, as gravel walking tracks weave among them. Fritsch Holzer is an off lead park, frequented by dog walkers and their canine companions.

Camberwell Girls Grammar School

Camberwell Girls Grammar School is centred on preparing its students for the future – the embracement of new technologies lies at the heart of the school. There is particular emphasis on the school’s built environment – its leaders are passionate about dynamic spaces and how they play an essential role in engagement, seen in the early learning spaces, all the way through to the Year 12 areas.

Read Gardens

Read Gardens is charming in all forms and rather easy to lose an entire afternoon to. Established in 1903, the Victorian-style garden is made up of a rich combination of oaks, elms, cedars and Edwardian-style flowerbeds. Large lawns make it an ideal spot for a picnic and unwind in tranquil surrounds.

Camberwell Primary School

This primary school is one of few offering immersive bilingual education. Since 1991, Camberwell Primary School has delivered classes in both English and French. A focus on ICT is one of Camberwell Primary School’s strong points, alongside specialist programs in music, visual arts, science and physical education.

Hawthorn Aquatic and Leisure Centre

Swimming, yoga, boxing or weights – whatever your workout preferences are, the Hawthorn Aquatic and Leisure Centre is set up to cater. A 2.6 kilometre drive from Bijou gives residents even more incentive to head down and burn some calories.

Swinburne University

As one of Melbourne’s top universities, Swinburne offers it all. Courses in business, health, science, design and technology serve over 50,000 students. State-of-the-art facilities make up the Hawthorn campus, which is treated to the broad range of cafes and restaurants not only on university grounds, but also on Burwood and Glenferrie roads around the corner.

  1. Camberwell Town Hall
  2. Our Lady of Victories Basilica
  3. Read Gardens
  4. Lower Reserve
  5. Camberwell Library

One will find a collection of Melbourne’s top schooling options in Camberwell and neighbouring suburbs – Camberwell Grammar School, Camberwell Girls Grammar School and Xavier College are all within Bijou’s realm.

  1. Camberwell Grammar School
  2. Tram No. 72
  3. Camberwell Train Station
  4. Camberwell Primary School
  5. Xavier college