Visiting Belgrave

Nestled in the leafy green heart of the hills, Belgrave village buzzes with an energy that’s more akin to inner city hotspot than sleepy hollow.

Playing host to a diverse mix of cafes, restaurants, salons, stores and bars Belgrave marries long time favourites such as the iconic Cameo Cinema and Puffing Billy Railway with a new breed of fine food producers, boutique retailers and wonderful live entertainment venues.

A foodies paradise, Belgrave caters to the healthy living aficionado, the sweet tooth, the international cuisine lover and everyone in between. Choose from organic and locally grown produce, deliciously decadent desserts, freshly baked breads and an astounding array of coffee choices.

Once you’re sufficiently fed and caffeinated, it’s time to indulge in some serious retail therapy. Gorgeous vintage fashion, one-of-a-kind collectibles, all natural skin care, handmade children’s toys and hard to find vinyl… you’re sure to discover something that tickles your fancy.

Into the arts? You can find a raft of original works from talented artists on display across Belgrave. Famed illustrator Ken Taylor’s jaw-dropping 45 metre long Lyrebird mural sits pretty at the top of the town while the gritty, urban feel of Blacksmith’s Way perfectly showcases the stylings of up and coming street artists.

At just 150 years young and more alive than ever, Belgrave continues to delight, inspire and surprise.

Belgrave… Adventure begins at the end of the line.

See also:

Map of Belgrave



Getting to Belgrave

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