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Among the bends of the Yarra, a mere nine kilometres from the centre of the city is Hawthorn – an area where opportunities flourish, beauty is at every turn, and an alluring charm never ceases to run through the air.

The spiritual home of Australian tennis – Kooyong Lawn Tennis Club.

For over 100 years, the Kooyong Lawn Tennis Club has provided a first class standard of sporting amenity to Melbourne. The varied and impeccable grounds, comprising of grass, all-weather en tout cas and Plexicushion courts, are overlooked by the clubhouse, which features a fully-equipped gymnasium, lap pool and spa. That’s alongside a restaurant, bar and bistro for times that call for indulgent postmatch rejuvenation.

Underpinning the Kooyong Lawn Tennis Club is a philosophy built upon integrity and a true love for the sport of tennis. This translates into the beautifully maintained complex that the club is today, one that inspires individuals to be part of the broader tennis community, while providing a setting for members and guests to feel entirely at home – both on and off the court.

An area of invigorating green expanses.

At moments it is unbelievable that even so close to the city can still lie verdant retreats that make you feel as if you are a world away. Melfort’s surroundings afford an array of rejuvenating settings, in the forms of natural havens and recreational reserves.

Encompassing the residences are parks aplenty, from the ovals of Sir Zelman Cowen Park, the lawns of MCC Bowls, to the historic St James and Grace parks, proudly preserving Hawthorn’s heritage in the most beautiful ways possible.

  • MCC Bowls Club

  • Sir Zelman Cowen Park

  • Fairview Park

  • Gontran Cherrier

Find baguettes and brioche at Gontran Cherrier.

Celebrity French chef Gontran Cherrier chose Glenferrie Road for the second Melbourne outpost of his French boulangerie, following incredible success at the store’s Collingwood location. The Australian stores are the first to open outside of France – a testament to Melbourne’s advanced dining scene.

Step inside in the morning and you will find rows upon rows of pastries line up behind a glass counter. You’ll find them in the forms of quiches, baguettes, croissants, both sweet and savoury tarts, and chocolate viennoise that make the tastebuds tingle.

A wealth of spots for a morning coffee or a weekend brunch.

Melfort is a short walk or tram ride from those fabulous Hawthorn cafes you would expect from an inner-city realm. Melbourne-style cafes Bawa, Axil Coffee Roasters and Methodist Coffee reign here, found extremely close to the residences, while the surrounding suburbs of Toorak, Camberwell add to this area’s vibrant  dining landscape.

  • Bawa

  • Methodist Coffee

  • Osteria 20

Dinnertime dining is not too far away.

Hawthorn’s epicentre houses a series of places all fit for special occasions, including the likes of Italian restaurants Osteria 20, Vaporetto and Rococo. For those venturing further, but not too much further afield, an impressive selection of restaurants reveal themselves in Toorak, including the sophisticated Quaff, Topo Gigio and Manhattan.

  • Vaporetto

  • Quaff

  • Rococo

A champion of film – Lido Cinemas.

Screening all types of movies, commercial and individual, Lido Cinemas contributes to the locals’ love for recreational living, revived from its initial state – having originally opened as the Glenferrie Theatre in 1912.

The Lido comprises of eight especially designed cinemas, all holding a different theme or colour, including the rooftop cinema that overlooks Glenferrie Road. Lido sports a diverse program, screening both commercial and art-house films, in pursuit of fully embracing the art of film and catering to aficionados within the Hawthorn locale and beyond.

Local luxuries abound in close proximity.

Hawthorn’s retail scene is one that knows no confines, a shopping scene that is all too exciting to get carried away in. From boutiques to bookstores, hairdressers, wine stores, art galleries and more; whatever you are searching for, Hawthorn has it in its borders.

  • Small Patch Wine Store

  • Readings

  • Eco.D

  • Scotch College

  • Kooyong Station

  • No. 16 Tram

Servicing the community in every way possible.

Hawthorn brings together the luxuries that have contributed to Melbourne’s awarding of the ‘World’s Most Liveable City’ seven years in a row. The area hosts an array of public transport options, public amenities and a roll call of prestigious schools to rival all other suburbs.