East Brunswick Lifestyle

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Immerse yourself in a neighbourhood filled with music venues, cafes, bars and restaurants, public art and design spaces, theatres, galleries and natural beauty, all less than 6 kilometres from Melbourne’s CBD.

Get to know a growing community of artisan tradespeople, creatives and manufacturers honouring East Brunswick’s industrial past with a contemporary culture of creativity – think makers, artists, and musicians, including more songwriters per capita than in any other Australian suburb.*

* Source: Australasian Performing Right Association, 2015.

East Brunswick’s distinctive urban charm and location promise a lifestyle rich in culture, food and design.

Explore lush parkland and green public spaces, including Fleming Park, Fisher Reserve, the Merri Creek, CERES Community Environment Park, and Sumner Park, home of the Zebras soccer club. Or pursue your favourite sport at nearby facilities for golf, netball, bocci, fencing, futsal, cycling, football, soccer and bowls, which include the Brunswick Velodrome, the Brunswick Bowling Club and the Royal Park Golf Course.

Make use of multiple public transport options providing direct access to Melbourne’s city grid, including the iconic number 96 tram, which travels between East Brunswick and St Kilda, and is Melbourne’s busiest tram route.

Cyclists are well served by bike lanes, including the nearby Capital City trail and the East Brunswick Shimmy, which EBV’s John St border provides a direct connection to.

Visit EBV’s Facebook and Instagram pages to start getting to know your East Brunswick community’s profile. So many characters and great local businesses to connect with!

“Community is not defined by bricks and mortar but by shared experiences.”

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