Like the suburb that surrounds it, Toorak Park represents the perfect blend of modern thinking and style, underpinned by an appreciation for quality and longevity. Discerning residents and entrepreneurs have long been attracted to Armadale.
BEYOND THE FAMILIAR FAÇADES OF HIGH STREET ARE THE STORES AND STUDIOS OF SUCCESSFUL MERCHANTS AND ENTREPRENEURS.
18 Beatty Avenue
A Parisian-inspired neighbourhood wine bar and bottle shop that sources, sells and serves the best in local and imported wines and beers, Toorak Cellars showcases boutique producers and a wide organic and biodynamic range.
23 Beatty Avenue
Discover luxurious Australian knitwear at Cable Melbourne. These modern, timeless pieces are designed by Georgina Austin, a leading light of the local design scene.
24 Beatty Avenue
Serving fine European fare in relaxed surrounds, the menus here emphasise Australian and seasonal produce. There’s a connoisseur’s wine list and a weekly roast duck night.
14 Beatty Avenue
French-inspired Rouge Café serves chic Parisian fare on tables (indoors and out) decorated with a single red rose. Take home a treat like the eccentric meringues in alphabet shapes.
22 Beatty Avenue
You’ll feel like you’re in a backstreet of Paris when you enter Chez Bob. Stop by for French onion soup, beef bourguignon and escargot enjoyed within a warm village atmosphere.
Corner Beatty Avenue
& Malvern Road
Treat is renowned for its amazing salads, take-home meals and delicious catering, all cocooned in a light and bright environment.
43 Union Street
Looking a lot like a quaint local milk bar, G&F offers a healthy spread of treats including packs you can take home for a working lunch or for a picnic on Grand Central Common at Toorak Park.
974-978 High Street
A stroll down Kings Arcade leads you to the delights of Morey Street. Built in 1893, the Arcade offers an array of products, services and personalities covering fashion, food, beauty, health and more.
61 Armadale Street
In a sunny corner opposite Armadale Railway Station this converted laundromat serves brilliant breakfasts from within a beautiful white and green space with huge windows and open brickwork details.
A gorgeous oasis, popular with the locals pushing prams, walking dogs or just stretching legs. Includes a thriving community garden and a small playground.
1057 High St
Established here in Armadale in 1987 Aesop continues its quest to create a range of superlative products for the skin, hair and body. Aesop can now be found in signature spaces and department stores in New York, Paris, Hong Kong and beyond.
547 Malvern Road
Three generations of the Toscano family have been running this brilliant fruit and vegetable store since the 1950s. A great place to pick up fresh produce and an essential source of fresh flowers at wonderful prices.
Camilla and Marc
1067 High Street
For over a decade women have embraced Camilla and Marc’s modern elegance and independent spirit as their very own. Synonymous with intelligent well-crafted designs, Camilla and Marc’s devotion to simple, modern aestheticism rarely disappoints.
1030 High Street
Using the best quality natural ingredients and family recipes, Phillippa's specialises in producing fare that is no longer regularly made in the home, keeping alive the art of bread, pastry and preserve making.
Lona Pintxos Bar
963 High Street
Discover some San Sebastian style grazing in Armadale. This is the spot to stop off with a friend after work to share tiny, delicious dishes just like those you’d find in Spain. Open until 1am, it’s also perfect for an end-of evening cocktail.
551 Malvern Road
Commencing his apprenticeship in 1976 in a shop on Malvern Road, only a few doors from the current shop location, Peter launched his own business in 1980 after completing his apprenticeship. The tradition that is now Peter G Bouchier – Butchers of Distinction - provides specialties including sausages, dry aged meat and smallgoods.