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Epitomising the unique melding of cultures synonymous with the Hughesdale-Oakleigh Precinct is the Eaton Mall. Distinguished by its provedore-style retailers, this cultural junction exudes the familiar impression of a European village. Here patrons spill out from the amalgam of surrounding restaurants, bars and cafes into the centre of an arcade alive with palpable energy. For days when you feel like slowing down and enjoying a relaxed breakfast or long, lazy lunch, take a leisurely walk through the peaceful streets to Neerim Road where you will find quaint cafes serving up their own take on delicious, local fare.
Sitting on the outer edges of the Mall, Coté Terra offers diners an alternative to the buzzy street vibe Oakleigh is synonymous with. Doing cafe culture in a discernibly Melbourne way, this neighbourhood favourite offers the ideal way to while away a morning or afternoon.
Infamous for dominating the field when it comes to Greek-fare, Eaton Mall has long been the go-to destination for all things Souva. As Oakleigh continues on its upward projection however, the Mall has witnessed a steady emergence of hotspots shaking up the landscape. From sun up to well past sun-down, you will now find a strip buzzing with patrons indulging in all the flavours of the world.
Pagoto is the Greek derivative of “ice-cream” and in Eaton Mall this local haunt serves up some of the finest iced-cold creaminess going round. With a definitive nod to its Greek-heritage, this dessert house is most loved for its iced-fusions of traditions such baklava.
Attracting customers as much for its sleek interiors as for its legendary baked treats, 5Five Bakehouse serves up delicious meals from dawn ‘til dusk - making it the perfect pick me up for any time of day.
A sure spot for a quality brunch, Daniel Son impresses first with its modern, minimalist look, then with its alluring menu - jam packed with dishes you will want to relive all weekend long.
Shaking up the Eaton Mall strip, Mick Adam’s Burger Bar offers a novel fusion of Greek-American-Australian styled fare that revolutionises traditional fast-food.
A new addition to the area, this quaint, charming space dishes up mouthwatering menu items from breakfast through till lunch. With hearty, wholesome fare designed to both fill and impress, and arguably the areas best coffee, make this a Sunday regular.
Bringing a warm sensibility to the area, Brew recreates the charm of an old-world cafe with a delightful contemporary play on both atmosphere and dishes. Great coffee can make or break a cafe and Brew is up there with the best.
While most of the Hughesdale local cafes have stayed rather traditional - and some may say safe - Iron Henry has taken modern dining and made it its own: a gamble that has paid off in spades! If raw beetroot and kale salad with smashed green peas and walnut infused Persian feta tickles your fancy, be sure to check out their ever evolving menu.
A local saving grace, this spirited little grocer offers an incredible selection of fresh, frozen and dried produce reflective of seasonal harvests. Servicing the demands of this multi-cultural community also means that you will be sure to find some enticing new additions to spice up your next kitchen experiment.
In a town where Greek-food flourishes, Kalimera has managed to make the Souvalaki an artform. Featuring a charming, whitewashed aesthetic, there is a playful Mykonos beach-kind of vibe that anticipates the mouthwatering Mediterranean fare that is to follow.
Tucked away just off Poath Road, you will find this "blink and you'll miss it" brunch spot. Serving up an enticing take on traditional breakfast fare, perfectly frothed lattes and impeccable service, its easy to see why locals keep this one up their sleeve.
With a network of frequently running buses mere moments away, the 862 runs to Chadstone while the 900 will carry you toward Caulfield.
If you like to spend your weekend with a bat in hand, or watching others wield the mighty ax, Oakleigh’s Cricket Club services the local area with both senior and junior competitions.
An independent Catholic College for young ladies in years 7 through till 12, Sacred Heart Girls’ College prides itself on offering innovative learning spaces within state of the art facilities. Creating a harmonious and positive learning environment that enables deep engagement, Sacred Heart provides a unique learning experience.
Hue comes complimented by one of the area’s most prolific green spaces Warrawee Park. Unfolding from your doorstep, this diverse parkland offers everything from a football oval, BBQ area to playground, encouraging residents to etch out their own way to unwind.
Serviced by both the Cranbourne and the Pakenham lines, the Oakleigh station sits literally at Hues doorstep. Meaning you can snooze your alarm at least one more time each morning.
Laying at the heart of the community, this eclectic hub is home to more than 280 retailers and service providers. Think deliciously ripened produce, freshly baked pastries, unique boutique wares for the home and the friendly smiles of locals.
Be you a spotter, a seeker, a selector or a mere style-surveyor, Chadstone’s some 14-stories of boutique retailers offers the infinite opportunity to find everything from that perfect little black dress to that rare exotic spice called for in your latest recipe.
Echoing the suburb’s fusion of melding local with global, municipal primary schools such as Hughesdale Primary, flourish alongside international powerhouses.
As much a national icon as local treasure, Caulfield Racecourse offers racegoers an annual calendar jam-packed with events and the potential for those residents of Hue who don’t mind a tipple, the opportunity to be front and centre without having to trek too far afield.
With both leisure and aquatic facilities available to the public, this wellbeing centre features a stadium, with four multipurpose courts, a health club, a crossfit box, massage services, cafe and state-of-the-art outdoor pool.
Tertiary giant, Monash University’s state-of-the-art Caulfield Campus delivers world-class education straight to Hue’s backyard.
Those residents of Hue who enjoy a round of the gentleman’s game benefit from having one of Australia’s most prestigious golf courses in their backyard. Renowned for producing a number of world class golfers, Huntingdale Golf Club is a beautiful, modern course offering up a challenge to both newcomers and seasoned players alike.