Ross Hams – 0410 160 151

37 Gladstone Avenue, Armadale

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Heritage character and cosmopolitan style.

Equal parts charming and sophisticated, your local neighbourhood is one of Melbourne’s most idyllic places to live. Wide streets lined with century-old trees and immaculate period homes impart a lovely heritage character that is so distinctly ‘Armadale’. Parks and gardens are found at every turn, along with sporting clubs aplenty, fostering a leisurely way of life and vibrant community spirit.

Meander your way through Armadale’s lush streetscape until you arrive at our city’s leading retail strip – High Street – or explore the many eateries and fine food providores on Glenferrie Road. Central to everything and yet perfectly set back from the action, residents of Gladstone will experience life at its most exquisite.

Armadale Locale


  1. Armadale Cellars
  2. Auterra Wine Bar
  3. Bouzy Bar à Vins
  4. Cafe Ondo
  5. Cooper & Milla’s
  6. Essie Wine Bar
  7. Moby
  8. Pizza Religion
  9. Walk Don’t Run

  1. Acne Studios
  2. Aje
  3. Coles
  4. COS
  5. Dion Lee
  6. Kings Arcade
  7. Malvern Central
  8. Nimble
  9. Phillippa’s Bakery
  10. Primness
  11. Scanlan Theodore
  12. Woolworths Malvern
  13. Zimmermann
Parks & Recreation

  1. Bailey Avenue Park
  2. Caulfield Park
  3. Malvern Public Gardens
  4. Malvern Tennis Centre
  5. Re-Creation Malvern
  6. Union Street Gardens
Education & Transport

  1. Armadale Station
  2. Cabrini Hospital
  3. Chemist Warehouse
  4. Malvern Station
  5. Malvern Library
  6. Metro Gallery
  7. No.5 Tram
  8. No.64 Tram
  9. Post Office

Wine and dine to your heart’s content.

Home to a thriving hospitality scene, Armadale is, at its core, an epicurean’s domain. Diverse yet discerning, the suburb blends contemporary cafes with fine dining restaurants, sleek wine bars with casual eateries, and quaint bakeries with historic hotels. Immerse yourself in cuisines from all corners of the globe, from traditional French food to modern Asian.

When it comes to coffee, you’ll never have to settle for anything less than world-class. Stroll up to Pique Nique for your morning brew, or treat yourself to brunch at the likes of Moby, Mammoth, Winter and Coin Laundry. Night time, however, is when Armadale really shows off its feathers. From stylish Japanese restaurant Sonny Chiba to Parisian institution Bouzy Bar a Vins, some of our city’s most acclaimed eateries call Armadale home.

Fashion and fresh food, perfectly intertwined.

In the last decade, High Street has secured a reputation as Melbourne’s premier boutique shopping strip. If there’s a name worth knowing about in designer fashion, rest assured you’ll find it here – from Australian labels Mister Zimi, Camilla & Marc and Scanlan Theodore, to international brands Acne Studios and COS. Housed within stunning heritage buildings, each store is elegantly designed to provide an elevated shopping experience.

In addition to style, Armadale and Malvern are havens for gourmet food. Glenferrie Road and High Street are abundant with bakeries, grocery stores and fine food providores, allowing you to procure quality ingredients with the utmost ease. Local favourites include Phillippa’s, Stocked, and Armadale Cellars. Malvern Central is also just a short walk away, where everything you could ever need is housed under one roof.

The ultimate connected, inner-city lifestyle.

Combining prestigious schools and efficient transport, Armadale’s urban amenities foster an unrivalled sense of convenience. Lauriston is one of Australia’s leading schools for girls, located just 2km from Gladstone. De La Salle College is also a stone’s throw away, regarded for its innovative yet nurturing approach to boys’ education. For the suburb’s youngest students, Armadale Primary is more than equipped, boasting historic buildings and an outstanding learning culture.

While there is rarely a need to leave Armadale, an extensive transport network makes doing so effortless. Tram no.5 traverses up Wattletree Road, facilitating a speedy journey through Prahran, St Kilda, Southbank and into the city. Alternatively, a train from Armadale Station will carry you into the CBD in under 15 minutes.