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- Amongst the plethora of markets in Melbourne, this informal street market stands out as a very enjoyable and dollar-stretching experience. If you come late you might find some true bargains here as the greenvrocers unload their fare.
After the ridiculous prices of Prahran Market and the declining quality of food generally, avisit here was indeed a pleasant and unexpected surprise for a very jaded shopper.Written 24 February 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Great food. Good choices on the menu. Helpful staff. Spent five days in the ward and five days in Rehab. Got a new knee.Written 12 January 2020This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Jack Dyer (1913-2003) was one of the greatest footballers of all time. He led Richmond to premierships in 1934 and 1943. His playing career (1931-1949) has been matched by few others. Jack Dyer was inducted as an Australian Rules Legend. He grew up in Yarra Junction, where he showed early aptitude as a sportsman. Jack Dyer's bone-crunching style of play earned him respect and fear. After retirement, he had a long career in the media, where he was known as "Captain Blood."Written 30 November 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- The wife of my best friend is Vietnamese. We would often go to Victoria Street for lunch. As for for lunch in Victoria St, his only complaint was that parking is tight. Victoria St has the best pho in Melbourne. These low-budget restaurants are often packed. By the way, if you are harassed by low-lifes, ignore them, and never, ever give them money, it only encourages them.Written 25 February 2021
- Dame Nellie Melba was the most famous Diva of her age, and the most famous Australian. She was born in Melbourne, and christened Helen Mitchell. Her father was a well-known builder. This small park pays tribute to a great VictorianWritten 21 February 2021
- Great experience
Great reserved seats hawks won 💕💕 nice on-site cafe with appetising snack food perhaps a little expensiveWritten 24 April 2022
- There was cricket underway on the oval and kids in the playground, while dog walkers passed by. I do not think I had noticed the huge enclosed slide before and the multiple swings were getting a good work out.Written 11 December 2022
- Barkly Gardens iis a large park, dating from 1867. Barkly Gardens are the only residential garden square in Richmond dating from the 19th century. The Gardens host a large range of activities, from cricket and soccer to BBQs. There is also a pavilion, and shelters. For families, Barkly Gardens has playgrounds and water fountains, with tables and benches. The Gardens also host an ANZAC Memorial. By the way, if you want to hold a large function you must apply to the City of Yarra.Written 23 October 2021
- This is a beautiful spot. Carefully tended. Full of wonderful trees and plants and was a beautiful lakeWritten 7 November 2021
- Victoria Gardens is a nice shopping center for the area. It contains a Coles food store, butcher shop, Hoyt theater, K-mart, hair dresser, nail salons, clothing stores, home goods and shoe stores as well as a variety of other shops. I has a lovely food court with an array of Asian food as well as Kentucky Fried Chicken and McDonalds. As a visitor here for a 3 month stay, I have found this center to be more than adequate for my daily needs. I even found several Christmas presents here.Written 29 December 2019
- Bryant and May was a match factory. It has now been repurposed for showrooms and offices. Redheads, produced here until the early 1980s, remain Australia's most popular matches, although they are now made in Sweden. The Bryant and May factory was built in the Edwardian era, with Classical and Art Nouveau influences. The building is on the Victorian Heritage Register. The Bryant and May factory is an architectural landmark that has outlived its industrial function.Written 21 February 2021
- We had a nice time at this suburban Melbourne gin distillery, even with COVID restrictions.
Staff were exceedingly pleasant.
The menu of gins, mixers, mixtures and cocktails was quite mind boggling - who knew there could be such variety!?!?
We each had a gin and something and then a gin cocktail. The cocktails were particularly stunning.
Quite expensive but it is special.Written 6 December 2020
- From 1908 to 1964, the Richmond Football Club, the legendary Tigers, played their home games at Punt Road Oval, Punt Road is part of the Yarra Park sports complex, adjacent to the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG), The Tigers now play their home games at the MCG, which is around 100 metres from Punt Road Oval. Punt Road is a notorious traffic bottle-neck, and the Tigers had to cede territory to widen this major road, resulting in the move to the MCG. The Richmond VFL and AFL Women's teams still play at Punt Road Oval. It's also the administrative headquarters and training ground for the Tigers.Written 2 June 2021
- St Ignatius Church is an awe-inspiring building, one of the largest churches in Victoria outside of the Melbourne CBD. Due to Richmond's relative poverty in days gone by, it took many years to complete St Ignatius. The church is built in Gothic Revival style. The main building material is bluestone, the material favored by 19C institutional architects. St Ignatius is in Church St, Richmond's highest point. The stained glass is magnificent. The church is named for St Ignatius of Loyola, founder of the Society of Jesus, better known as the Jesuits. The Jesuits built their churches for the ages.Written 28 December 2020
- Golden Square is an historic area of Richmond, a well-known inner city suburb of Melbourne. The area was settled after the subdivision of the Police Paddocks. The main architectural features of Golden Square are the Victorian and Edwardian terraces. Golden Square is a welcome area of open space in this densely populated suburb. The playground suits older children. Golden Square is an off-leash dog area, but dogs must be kept away from the play area.Written 6 January 2023
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