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Rule the World Around You
Ascot Vale’s village charm belies the seriousness with which locals regard their gastronomical pleasures. Good coffee and good food are two things Ascot Vale locals don’t accept compromise on, which is why the suburb enjoys such a disproportionate share of innovative bars, cafes and eateries to call its own. Great chefs go where they’re best appreciated, after all.
Find that sweet spot
Darling Street Espresso
Much of the menu’s produce is sourced from the cafe’s country kitchen garden, so food is seasonally driven, organic and always fresh. Here dishes strike a balance between simplicity and creativity, neither fussy nor daunting.
Mr.Nice Guy’s Bake Shop
Ditching meat and dairy, Mr. Nice Guy’s mostly vegan bakehouse creates mouthwatering treats with moreish concoctions of kosher, soy-free, organic and fair trade ingredients. Alongside the store’s iconic cupcakes you’ll also find treats such as bronuts (brioche donuts) and even vegan chilli dogs or meatballs subs.
The Valley Cellar Door
Order wine by the glass or select one of the 230 bottles on the wood-clad walls at this cellar door. Pair it with some cheese, pizza or an antipasto board to help see you through the night.
Ancient grain porridge, freshly ground beans, chai infused baked pears – it’s easy to see why Grandpa Joe is where locals flock on a daily basis. With a pour that’s as silky as its white chocolate and ricotta hotcakes, Grandpa Joe will be sure to keep you perfectly caffeinated throughout the day.
Ascot Food Store
Modern and retro combine, and actually work, at this cafe, fit out with timber furniture and pops of orange spanning from the coffee machine to the banquettes. Coffee by St Ali is on offer, alongside cold-pressed juices and syringe spiked doughnuts.
A bright new addition to the area, District North promised great things and is delivering on its promises in spades! With a creative list of dishes, like salmon cured in Four Pillars gin, (literal) green pancakes and Dr Marty’s crumpets paired with whipped mascarpone and house-made jam, this will undoubtedly become a Sunday brunch regular.
Heir to inner urban greatness
Two Byrds on Union
Two Byrds makes it easy to express yourself without venturing too far from home. Stocking an eclectic but highly-wearable range of clothing, you can rest assured your outfit will remain as individual as it is inspired.
Moonee Ponds Central
As the heart and soul of retail in the area, Moonee Ponds Central is not only a shopping hub, but a vibrant meeting place where the local community can come together. Grocers, gift stores bakers and cafes make up a large portion of the centre.
Highpoint Shopping Centre
At the pulse of current trends, Melbourne’s long-held love affair with Highpoint has continued throughout the years, resulting in a world leading retail sphere boasting some of the biggest names in the business.
Crumbs Organic Bakehouse
Infusing old-time charm with the warm scent of baking and the syrupy sight of heavy-iced cakes, there’s not a person alive who could boast immunity to the endearment of this homely bakehouse.
The Happy Apple Greengrocer
The Happy Apple Greengrocer loves fresh produce, so much so that they now ship their hand-selected goodies to your door. Your pantry will always be brimming with perfectly ripened produce and pre-prepared meals, without needing to leave the house.
Juliet Louise Florist
No matter how well-designed a home is, it will always be enhanced with the right floral arrangement. With intricately-arranged bouquets, Juliet Louise will be sure to capture the imagination and reflect your dreamscape.
A royal parade
For those days when you want to fill your lungs with air and your soul with solitude, or if its some socialising your soul is calling for, Queen’s Park is where to head. Housing a cafe, playground and a lake alive with ducks and other fauna, here you will find something to tickle everyone’s fancy.
There’s something thrilling about having a world leading zoo at your doorstep. Whether you seek an afternoon lazily enjoying some of nature’s greatest wonders, or having the ease of access to one of the many twilight events hosted within the Zoo grounds, the proximity to this icon will be a constant exercise in pure joy!
A haven for escaping reality and spending some time unwinding from the humdrum, Ormond Park offers the ideal escape route for finding some “me” time. The Moonee Creek Trail which runs through the park provides walking and cycling tracks, for that extra little bit of serenity.
Flowing from the slopes of Mount Macedon down to Port Phillip, the Maribyrnong River is the leisurely heart of the northwest. The blend of lush, native vegetation, palm trees and pristine waterways makes it difficult to believe the city is so close, but all one needs to do is lift their head to see city skyline in the background.
Queens Park Swimming Pool
In the summer, head to Queen’s Park public swimming pool. Open throughout the warmer months, the aquatic centre is the ideal opportunity to cool off and keep those summertime blues at bay.
Sam Merrifield Library
At the heart of Ascot Vale is the Sam Merrifield Library, which provides much more than just books. The expansive community space holds a collection of computers, widescreen televisions, spaces for children and beanbags for bookworms to unwind on and get lost in a great book.
A new generation of royalty is born
Royal Children’s Hospital
Hospital can be a confusing place for both children and their families, the Royal Children’s Hospital has become synonymous with meeting this difficult time with a warm and caring approach, creating an environment exuding comfort and security.
Moonee Ponds Primary School
Echoing the suburb’s fusion of melding local with global, municipal primary schools such as Moonee Ponds Primary School flourish with their commitment to academic and individual achievement. With a newly built sports and performance centre, it’s one of the area’s top school offerings.
Moonee Ponds Junction
Ascot Vale couldn’t have risen to its esteemed status as an inner-urban cultural leader without its strong network of accessibility. With a constant flow of transport options running between the CBD and surrounds, getting from A to B never involves too much pre-thought.
Ascot Vale Station
Located within walking distance to the Ascot Vale Station, Royal Ascot is not only eminently liveable, but unparalleled in its location too. Ascot Vale Station is found a mere 800 metre walk away from the residences.
Ascot Vale Primary School
Ascot Vale Primary School provides a safe, supportive and engaging learning community that aims to motivate and stimulate students’ curiosity, enabling them to become creative and passionate lifelong learners.
St Mary’s Primary
About a seven-minute drive is St Mary’s, identifying itself as an innovative, creative and dynamic place of contemporary learning where all students are constantly challenged.