Only 7kms from CBD // Yarra Bend // Historical buildings & parklands // Art museum // Golf // Rowing // Food // Dining
You can feel the prestige of the past when you seek out the Victorian and Edwardian architecture and established curated parklands. Even so, Kew has moved with the times and definitely upping the game on food. Quality gourmet stables are readily available, some favourites being Toscanos, Wood Frog Bakery and Canning Free Range Butchers. Whether you're after a morning coffee and pastry to go, a leisurely brunch or sophisticated dinner all can be duly satisfied in Kew.
Top 3 when it comes to eating...
Coffee & Pastry
Noisette // Axil // Pronto by Via porta
Frank & Harri // Ora Kew // Adeney Milk Bar Cafe
Centonove // Puttanesca Osteria // Mister Bianco
Bar Alba // Side Door Bar // Cru Wine Bar
+ Visit, picnic, dine, trek, ride in and through Melbourne's largest area of native bushland at Yarra Bend
+ Go rowing - hire a kayak or boat from the oldest operational boathouse in Australia at Studley Park Boathouse
+ Visit Dights Falls
+ Cross the banks of the Yarra River over historical Kane's Bridge
+ Venture to Bellbird picnic area to witness the Flying Fox colony
+ Play golf at Yarra Bend public course
+ See stunning examples of Victorian and Edwardian architecture
+ Visit the home of Corbett and Yueji Lyon
+ Feast on contemporary art at The Housemuseum
+ Watch the sun go down at The Wurunderi Spur Lookout (one of the best views of Melbourne)
+ Fill the pantry with gourmet delicacies
Aaand continue to explore the many other parklands, go bird watching, excercise, wander the tree lined streets and find other places, spaces and things that uniquely bring you joy...
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