Prahran

Prahran

Over the past five years, Prahran has become the new South Yarra with a very extensive array of new restaurants, bars and cafes opening up making it one of Melbourne's most attractive lifestyle hot-spots. This has led to the area being a strong focus for young professionals, both from a rental and sale perspective. Neighbouring with South Yarra, Prahran is a lively suburb with a whirlwind of fun. Chapel Street, the retail spine of vibrancy, is the anchor of the area featuring mega nightclubs, bustling restaurants and gourmet Prahran Market. It is crowned the fashion capital in the city.

 

CHAPEL STREET

It is a name of international destination. The Chapel Street is one of the most successful and vibrant streets as well as tourist areas in the country with a twist of retails, residential units, cultural experience and fashion. The success of Chapel Street is the result of ten values which also outline the complete experience of Chapel Street time, historic setting, distinctive small businesses, diverse dining, innovative architecture, exciting arts and cultural venues, world-class hotels and premier office space, prestigious educational and medical facilities and stylish residences.

 

 

ACCESSIBILITY

Serviced by train and multiple tram lines, Prahran is a place easy to get to and around. You may catch a train in Prahran Railway Station or hop on and off a tram either to get to city or St Kilda Beach nearby.

 

PRAHRAN MARKET

The Prahran Market is one of the premier fresh food markets in Melbourne with a history of over 125 years. Known as "the food lover's market", Prahran Market stands out of crowd with the quality and range of food on sale, even those hard to get specialties including heritage varieties of fruit, unusual poultry and even exotic cheeses. To locals, it is more than just a market selling fresh produce, it is also part the community life as the Market Square is where the community meet and enjoy performances, or kids' fun on the children's playground.

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