13 Sep 2019

Victoria Harbour in Melbourne's Docklands is a neighbourhood with all the markers of a rewarding lifestyle: a strong community, thriving local businesses and plenty of green spaces to enjoy.

There are many unique factors that make Victoria Harbour such a desirable location. It’s both cosmopolitan and community-minded; a relaxed, inclusive neighbourhood within an environment that promotes wellbeing.

The 5000 residents and 15,500 workers who populate Victoria Harbour are already well-versed in the area’s benefits, from its green open spaces and cultural hubs, to its eateries, local businesses and services. Here, retail, grocery and convenience stores sit alongside large corporate enterprises. Numerous restaurants and cafes provide daily fuel and food for after-dark socialising.

Located in Melbourne's Free Tram Zone, getting to Victoria Harbour is as easy as a five-minute tram ride from the city. Community facilities including exercise parks, a community garden, green spaces and Library at The Dock contribute to the area’s neighbourhood vibe, providing everything from cultural enrichment and fitness, to a sense of belonging.

To fully immerse yourself in the community, there are social clubs including Dragon Boating, Open Door Singers Choir, a ping pong group, Tai Chi and Docklands Walkers club. Why not join in and become a new member.

Food lovers will appreciate the diverse mix of restaurants, cafes and bars – some of which are open for after-dark catch ups with friends. No matter who you are or what you do, this is a community with something for everyone. Being a local has never felt so good.