Bayside’s shopping villages and streets offer everyday and specialty shopping without having to visit a shopping mall. From groceries to outstanding wining and dining, and boutiques to outlet stores, shops welcome regulars and visitors, have easy parking and are all close to the beach.
With irresistible cafes, laid-back bars, bakeries, takeaway and countless restaurants, Bayside spoils for choices with its eateries. Or buy fresh food and make your own feast or picnic. And that’s before you explore the fashion boutiques, home ware outlets, antique shops and cinemas.
Church Street, Brighton
Fashion, food and films
Church Street really has it all, including a multi-screen cinema, cafes and restaurants, and over 180 specialist shops in its arcades and side streets. Fashion icons sit alongside local boutiques, and there are shops for pampering yourself or for browsing jewellery, home wares, gifts, books, kitchenware and toys. As well as amenities like banks, a post office, real estate agents and supermarkets.
Hampton Street, Hampton
Welcoming, colourful and family friendly
Hampton Street is Bayside’s largest shopping street and reflects the cosmopolitan and family-friendly Bayside lifestyle with an array of retail and specialty shops and services, all a stroll from Hampton train station. Highlights include food from all over the world at bakeries, cafes, delis and restaurants, plus antiques, toys, home wares and art shops.
Martin Street Village, Brighton
The butcher, the baker and so much more
Catch the train to Gardenvale station, catch a bus or drive to the community-focussed Martin Street Village with its cafes, bakeries restaurants, gifts, groceries, fashion, gifts and personal services.
Relax, refresh and replenish
Built around a central square of shops, Beaumaris Concourse’s one-way traffic reduces congestion and creates a quiet and relaxed place to shop. The service is personal and there are excellent places to meet and eat, as well as an impressive great range of fashion, home wares, groceries and services.
Black Rock Shopping Centre
Style and hospitality
Black Rock Shopping Centre is a small beachside village with everything from organic groceries to handmade pastas and exclusive hair and beauty salons.
Shopping by the sea
Sandringham Village is the last stop of the Sandringham train and is known as Gypsy Village to locals. Its delightful charm includes the convenience of a supermarket plus excellent takeaway, fresh food and wonderful cafes.
Local charm and fabulous food
Just by Highett train station (Frankston line), the Highett Road Village used to be quiet and casual, but is becoming known as a local foodie haven with new cafes, restaurants, a wine bar, and old-fashioned takeaway alongside beauty services, knick-knacks, health services and furniture.
Bay Street, Brighton
Vibrant and eclectic
The Bay Street shopping strip abounds with cool cafes and restaurants for when you need a break from the independent fashion stores and boutiques. The North Brighton train station stops on Bay Street and there’s also a cinema.
Seaview Village, Beaumaris
A hub of freshness
Seaview Village on Balcombe Road is a one-stop destination for everyday fresh food and special treats from haircuts to spas and skin treatments.