458 Artistry Camberwell is surrounded by first-class sporting and recreational facilities designed for families, individuals and groups of all ages with every type of interest and ability. 

Social, special interest and sporting clubs are set amid well-maintained parks and reserves, and the lovely surrounds of the Camberwell Sports Ground and the Bialik College Gringlas Sports Centre.



458 Artistry Camberwell is surrounded by sporting clubs and gymnasiums, the famous Rivoli Cinema with its rooftop Nineteen Forty Bar, social clubs, parks and reserves, and worldclass recreational facilities. Enfolded in heritage trees, gaze out over the luminous city skyline as you wander leisurely around Anderson Park’s perimeter. South Hawthorn Tennis Club is situated beside the park for days of healthy competition. Even closer to home, Bowen Gardens makes for a shady little spot to enjoy the outdoors, equipped with a playground, picnic tables and quaint Victorian lamp posts. People of all ages and with all sports, recreational and social interests are spoiled for choice.



With more than 400 stores offering a diverse mix of retail,  hospitality and services, the Camberwell shopping precinct has something for everyone. 

Visit the iconic Art Deco Rivoli Cinema , voted one of the world’s top 10 cinemas, with its stunning Art Deco interiors and rooftop Nineteen Forty Bar, attracting people of every age from all over, entertaining them with a true old world experience whilst they enjoy the latest films. 

Enjoy the traditional produce market or make your way to the Camberwell Sunday Market, open every Sunday morning for retro homewares, vintage clothing, antiques and collectibles. You never know what you might find! Follow the laneways, walk through the shops and wander around the streets to discover Camberwell and its hidden gems. 

Camberwell Fresh Food Market is the centre where you’ll find organic fruit and veg, an extensive range of fresh fish, meat and poultry and the most beautiful flowers. It’s the best place to browse, sample and buy many gourmet products that cannot be sourced elsewhere from great delis, quirky cafes, cake shops and specialist provedores. 


Camberwell is one of Melbourne’s most connected suburbs, home to three major train stations and Gardiner Station, connecting to the Alamein, Belgrave and Lilydale lines, is a short drive away. The no. 72 tram trundles regularly down Burke Road, outside the development’s front door, to Melbourne’s CBD. Easy access to the Monash Freeway means you’ll be in the CBD in less than 20 minutes and Camberwell’s ‘walk score’ means that many errands can be completed locally on foot. 



Camberwell and its surrounding suburbs are renowned for their interesting and diverse shopping strips. Browse the Camberwell Market on the weekend and visit the local shops all week ‘round. The Junction hosts a string of home-grown fashion and beauty names like Country Road, Witchery, Seed and Trenery, as well as Mecca Cosmetica. Camberwell’s forte, however, is the gourmet grocery store; McCoppins. McCoppins stocks just about everything in the realm of ‘gourmet’. Covetable stores like Woodfrog Bakery, Leo’s and Monaco’s Deli are also found within the locale and Stockland Tooronga is just a 4 minute drive away. 


From welcoming street-side cafes and cosy wine bars, family-friendly pubs to fine dining French, Italian, Greek and Asian restaurants, the neighbourhood is an epicurean delight. An iconic shopping centre in the 85th year of its reign, Camberwell Food Market is an exceptional place to tick off your grocery list. Providores include premium butchers and fishmongers, delicatessens, bakeries and fruit and vegetable specialists. There’s no need to travel, most are just a stroll away. 


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