Taking the charm of an old-school milk bar and injecting it with the finesse of a bustling Melbourne eatery, Adeney Milk Bar is nothing short of a local treasure.
A Melbourne institution with a slew of awards up its belt, Centonove combines up-market Italian food with fine European wines and a classic interior.
Part cafe, part wine bar and boutique cellar, CRU is a culinary haven for foodies and wine connoisseurs alike.
Versatile and spacious, Dawson caters to all occasions and hours of the day. Enjoy smashed avo in the a.m, burgers for lunch, and cocktails and pizzas when the sun dips.
Boasting airy, minimalist interiors and an adventurous menu, devour the likes of sticky date loaf, crispy dukkah eggs and avocado crumpets at Hiatus.
Serving authentic Sicilian share plates and mouth-watering desserts within an intimate setting, Mister Bianco is a dinner favourite among Melburnians.
Inspired by the Hamptons, Now and Then’s interiors are awash with white, blue and timber hues, forming a relaxed and uplifting setting for brunch with your loved ones.
If you’re in pursuit of comfort food, warm service and a menu that supports local producers, this eclectic, cosy nook has you covered.
Whether you’re after a loaf of bread or a golden-crusted pastry, this iconic boulangerie and patisserie will ensure its as delicious as it is beautiful.
Only a 2 minute walk from One Studley Park, Leo’s is Melbourne’s most coveted fine food destination stocking everything from imported ingredients to household essentials.
Showcasing a curated collection of designer brands, Oscar & Wild is a haven of high-fashion in the Kew Junction.
Selling a plentiful variety of ethically sourced groceries, The Common Good is a general store with a conscious.
A family-run fruiterer, Toscano’s is your local purveyor of farm fresh produce, deli items, free range eggs, readymade meals and more.
Filled with vibrant art pieces, handcrafted cushions, quirky kids toys and eclectic accessories, it’s almost impossible to leave the Woodsfolk without a new purchase in hand.
The sourdough experts at Woodfrog Bakery will keep your pantry well and truly stocked with quality bread. A selection of sweet treats can be found here too.
For your every convenience, Woolworth’s Kew is well-stocked, spacious and equipped with helpful staff – all just 450m from your doorstep.
An idyllic European-style gardens adorned with mature trees, lush lawns and ornate flowerbeds, Alexandra Gardens couldn’t be more perfect for a weekend picnic.
Owned by the Lyon family, the Lyonhouse museum showcases one of Melbourne’s most fascinating contemporary art collections.
Boasting magnificent displays of flora and fauna, Studley Park is an urban sanctuary and recreational hub. Take a stroll along the riverside track that meanders throughout, or visit the park’s historic Edwardian boathouse and eatery.
A stone’s throw from home, Studley Park Golf Course is an inviting club offering a pristine course of undulating greens and a range of amenities.
For the suburb’s girls, Methodist Ladies College is an esteemed private school known for its comprehensive curriculum and exemplary co curricular offerings.
Nearby Sacred Heart presents an outstanding option for primary school aged children, empowering them and readily preparing them for their journeys into high school.
Considered to be one of the most prestigious boys’ schools in the state, Xavier College is an inspiring educational hub comprising a range of exceptional facilities and programs.
Residents of One Studley Park are just steps from the Kew Junction/High Street tram stop where both the 109 and 48 trams enable a swift journey into the CBD.