Picturesque Anderson and Ballarat Streets, in the heart of the Yarraville Village, are lined with delightfully refurbished 19th century buildings and dotted with quaint neighbourhood cafes, restaurants and shops.
The Yarraville Village is home to numerous award winning restaurants and cafes. A true reflection of Melbourne's multicultural nature, Yarraville offers an array of world cuisine styles including Greek, Italian, Modern Asian, Cambodian, Chinese and Modern Australian. A walk through this unique part of the world offers a wonderfully eclectic shopping experience. From books to the work of a local artist, to quality cloths, shoes, gifts, jewellery, wines and gourmet foods.
One of Yarraville's main attractions is its beautifully restored art-deco Sun Theatre. Originally opened in 1938 it accommodated a whopping 1050 patrons. Today the Sun Theatre offers 6 luxury cinemas ranging from 45 to 180 seats and has become an icon of Melbourne's film community. Yarraville Village is easily accessible from Melbourne's CBD and other parts of the metropolitan area by car, train, and bicycle.