Melbourne: A Quick Guide To High Street Armadale

Eclectic shopping and modern dining await at High Street Armadale


Wander through the art galleries in search for your next perfect piece. The Veronica George Gallery has a wonderful collection of art glass and jewellery by well known Australian artists, while Metro Gallery features contemporary Australian and International art.


Rebecca Vallance © High Street Armadale

With a mix of chain stores and designer boutiques, there are plenty of retailers to discover. Acne Studios is a Stockholm-based fashion house with ready-to-wear men's and women's fashion. Nearby is Rebecca Vallance, a luxury Australian women's fashion label well known for their structured tailoring and unique fabrics.



High Street is the place to find some of the tastiest and most innovative cafés in Melbourne.

Spice up your average brunch at Moby, where the scrambled eggs comes with Sriracha chilli and the Cherry Ripe Ricotta Hotcakes are served with chocolate sauce and fairy floss. The menu has a strong Middle Eastern influence with the clever use of grains and spices to transform traditional brunch dishes into a flavoursome affair.

Phillipa's serves up delicious fresh bread and baked goods made from natural ingredients and family recipies. 8days is the spot to score the perfect coffee, with beans roasted by Five Senses then grounded in-house eight days later. For an Italian-inspired brunch with a modern twist, head to Bruno&Co for great food and fine wine.