Discover your new neighbourhood
The greenery from your window will beckon you outdoors where you will find yourself surrounded by the evergreen Edward Millen Park which will soon have a new sensory playground and amphitheater. If you follow the call of native birds you will meet your other neighbour, Hill View Community Bushland, where you can explore its abundance of native curiosities.
When you venture slightly closer to Albany Highway, the aroma of freshly ground coffee will awaken your senses and the excitement of discovering the hidden treasures of this bespoke urban community will draw you into a world that is saturated with culture and culinary experiences.
There’s an intangible sense of wonder here that collides with a strong spirit of community connectivity. A place where local shop owners take pride in their offerings and welcome you as if you were an old friend. This curious vibrancy will fill you with a feeling of belonging that can only be compared to returning home after a long journey.
Step into a world that is saturated with choice
With Aldi, Coles and Woolworths accessible from Albany Highway, as well as Kongs Oriental, Prime Products supermarkets, La Delizia Latticini, Larder Delicatessen and the weekly Victoria Park Farmers Market, all the ingredients for your next culinary masterpiece awaits.
If you’re not a budding master chef, then you can leave the mess to someone else and indulge in an abundant melting-pot of cuisines and decadent desserts from every corner of the world.
Albany Highway wakes early in the morning with cafes roasting fresh coffee beans and cooking gourmet breakfasts before taking a brief afternoon siesta in preparation for the evening crowds. Start your day at the General Sherman for dishes with an emphasis on locally and ethically sourced produce, or The Imp Cafe for coffee that has been meticulously prepared.
For lunch or dinner, try Yuuma for modern fusion Japanese (order the Miso Pulled Pork Burger), and for a slightly more casual bite, visit Fish Boss, whose fish tacos will never disappoint.
For dessert, indulge in a seriously mouth-watering, syrup injected cookie at Get Chunky, try Donut Worry for a modern twist on a classic dessert or get gluttonous at Pietro Gelateria who serve up the creamiest gelati in Perth.
With over a hundred eateries and cafes along Albany Highway, you are truly spoilt for choice and the most overwhelming aspect of this vibrant strip is deciding where to try next.
Restaurant / Eateries
Coffee / Cafés
1. Antz 965
2. Green Bunch
3. The Imp
4. The Sparrows Nest
5. Batavia Corner
6. Bravo’s Restaurant
7. Franks Barbecue Texan Smokehouse
8. Garden Thai Cuisine
9. The General Sherman
11. Good Fortune Roast Duck House
12. Hakata Gensuke Ramen
13. Jewel of the Park Indian
14. Johny’s Kebab Burger and Grill
15. Little Ying Thai
17. The Palace Arcade
18. Pancho’s Mexican Villa
19. The Prophet Lebanese
20. Ramen Samurai
21. RoyAl’s Chicken and Burgers
22. Spicy Affair Indian
23. V Burger Bar
24. Yuuma Japanese
25. Donut Worry
26. Flowers and Flour
27. Get Chunky
28. Gusto Gelato
29. Pietro Gelateria
30. San Churro
Pubs / Night Life
32. Balmoral Hotel
34. Coles Park
36. Kongs Oriental Supermarket
37. La Delizia Latticini
38. Top Mart Butchers
41. City Farmers
44. Price Line Pharmacy
45. Crows Books
46. Chimek Sneakers
47. The Good Store
50. Swansea Street Markets
51. Victoria Park Farmers Market
Health / Wellbeing
52. Dental Gigi
53. Next Practice Victoria Park
54. Victoria Physiotherapy Group
55. Victoria Park Vetinary Clinic
56. Harmony Nails and Beauty Studio
57. Oschea Hair and Beauty
58. Revival Skin Body Wellness
Fitness / Recreation
59. Aqualife Centre
60. F45 Training
61. KX Pilates
62. Snap Fitness
A variety of boutiques mixed among larger retailers
If you’re searching for a little retail therapy, you don’t have to go far to find a variety of boutiques mixed among larger retailers. You will find Chimek Sneakers for an eclectic mix of burgers and sneakers (yes, burgers and sneakers!), Woven and WIllow whose range expands from casual to cocktail attire with a focus on Australian designers, Ms Demeanour Boutique for the latest in fashion and home wares, and Gosh who specialises in funky shoes and handbags.
East Victoria Park has an environmental focus where the opportunity to up-cycle is abundant. There are a myriad of pre-loved clothing, furniture and home ware stores with forgotten treasures waiting to be resurrected.
If you’re looking for some new decorum, explore the modern home wares and objects at The Good Store or Nosh, spend hours perusing the titles at Crows Books and satisfy your green thumb with indoor plants and pots from Green Bunch.
You are also conveniently close to Kmart for your everyday needs; Bunnings, for those who like a good project; Officeworks, for anyone looking to fit out their new home office or study nook; and City Farmers, for everything you need to care for your beloved pets.
When you finally return home with both your belly and arms full, you can sit back and enjoy the quieter ambiance of your home that encapsulates the curious spirit of East Victoria Park.
Education covered from primary to tertiary
East Victoria Park is an enticing location to consider for families with school aged children, boasting a good selection of primary, secondary and tertiary campuses close by. For primary school, you are in the catchment zone for Millen Primary School who have achieved admirable rankings over the past decade.
If you prefer private education, Regent College is 2.9 kilometres away with an outstanding reputation. High schoolers can choose to attend Kent Street Senior High School or select from a range of private high schools, including Ursula Frayne Catholic College, or the prestigious Wesley College located merely 4 kilometres away.
Tertiary students are remarkably fortunate to have two TAFE campuses (both within 1 kilometre) as well as Curtin University (1.3 kilometres away) bringing a generous range of courses to shape their future careers.
Only a heartbeat from wherever you need to be
Not only are you spoilt for choice within East Victoria Park, you are only a short drive from an array of music, theatre, sporting events and fun-filled nights. You can enjoy easy access to the world renowned Optus Stadium, the endless entertainment of the Crown Casino and the excitement of Perth CBD nightlife, all within 5 kilometres.
If you’d rather not drive, public transport is easily accessible with the 117 bus stop directly across Berwick Street or the 220 bus stop on Albany Highway. If you need to travel further afield, Oat Street Train station is 1 kilometre away with car parking options available.