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Hello Springvale

Sensational Springvale is a hidden gem of Melbourne's south east and is one of the few places you can enjoy a complete unique Asian experience without the need for a passport.

Springvale is located 23km from Melbourne's CBD and for those in the know, a much visited destination for fresh Asian produce, goods, restaurant and cultural experiences.

Springvale Road is home to a melting pot of Asian cultures including great authentic dining options and Temples that could easily have you thinking you are in south-east Asia, rather that suburban Melbourne.

Visit Springvale - it's more than you imagine!

Say 'Hello to Springvale!

Experience amazing food

Your eyes will appreciate the colourful fresh produce on display, your taste buds will be asking for more and your stomach will say thank you, when you take a stroll around the area and purchase some delicacies of food on offer.

Discover art and culture

Springvale has a number of unique and exciting public art works located within its retail precinct that represent local themes, stories and experiences. There are two impressive statuesque gateway structures at the entrances to Buckingham Avenue.

Shop till you drop

Springvale is home to some of Melbourne's most celebrated Asian cultural precinct. Experience Sensational Springvale Cultural Tours to be spoilt for choice when it comes to authentic cuisine, fresh produce and shopping, including traditional Chinese medicine, beautiful jade jewellery and much more.


Download Hello Springvale Map and Guide (PDF - 1.1MB) 

Hello Springvale Map

Looking for a great bite in central Springvale?

The 'Great Bites' foodies guide highlights some of the great places to eat in Central Dandenong, Springvale and Noble Park.

The restaurants and cafes listed in the guide are only a sample of the wonderful food in the area, so explore and see what Greater Dandenong has to offer.

More information on the Great Bites Foodies Guide


Wanting an experience off the beaten track? Then get discover some of the best kept food secrets in the small neighbourhood shopping centres with Great Bites Hidden Gems.

More information on Great Bites Hidden Gems

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Getting to central Springvale

By car

Springvale is located 30 minutes by car from Melbourne's CDB and easy to get to via the Monash Freeway and Eastlink.

On-street parking in central Springvale has restricted times and parking meters. For on-street parking information open Council-managed parking meters fees and view Central Springvale car park and ticket machine location map.

Alternative, paid parking is available at the 'number 8 multi-deck car park on Balmoral Avenue and the off-street car parks on Warwick Avenue. There is also privately-owned car parks operating in central Springvale.

Fees and times for the Warwick Avenue car parks

Fees and opening hours for 'number 8' Balmoral Avenue multi-deck car park


Public transport

The recently upgraded Springvale Train Station is located in the heart of Springvale's retail area and the suburb offers great bus connections from anywhere in Melbourne.

 

Publications and articles

Read Herald Sun, Taste Magazine, 2 February 2016