This natural wonderland sits just around the bend.
Malvern Public Gardens
Around the corner on aptly named Spring Road are the Malvern Public Gardens. The grounds are filled with native flora, grand elms, a fountain and pond area, and wide tracks ideal for power walking or a light jog.
Spring Road, Malvern
A shopping scene to get carried away in.
búl’s treasured pieces have made their way into the wardrobes of many Malvern women. The label has developed a name for distinctive prints and innovative design, created with simply beautiful natural fabrics.
1077 High Street, Armadale
Turner & Lane
A selection of homewares and furniture to rival all others, Turner and Lane pulls those strolling along Malvern Road in with its enticing display of stunning goods. Art, dinnerware, fashion, jewellery and more make up the store – pick up a piece for your own home, or a gift for a loved one.
1391 Malvern Road, Malvern
flowers by flos Florum
Everyone needs to know their trusty flower spot, and for Robin Syme residents it is certainly Flowers by Flos Florum. The store produces everything from bouquets to wedding arrangements, also offering free delivery for orders heading to the Cabrini Hospital.
1375 High Street, Malvern
This biscuit bakery-cross-cafe’s walls are excitingly packed with European sweets. Headed by pastry chef Monette Bizzarri, Bizzarri Dolci’s creations can be enjoyed in house, or taken home to indulge in with guests.
1395 High Street, Malvern
Local delights, found right on your doorstep.
Sitting beside the Saint James Op Shop is Saint James, a cafe and restaurant serving up some of the best dishes on Malvern Road. With plants present in every corner possible, the cafe carries through a natural and fresh feel to its dishes, too.
1376 Malvern Road, Malvern
Neon Tiger is one of Malvern Road Village’s leading cafes, where creative dishes are served in modern, lively surroundings. Whether you are popping in for breakfast, lunch, or some afternoon tea, this cafe has your cravings covered.
1252 Malvern Road, Malvern
Milton wine bar
This wine bar encapsulates the community spirit that echoes through the Malvern Road Village. You can count on the fact that almost every Friday, it’s full of locals unwinding with their loved ones or a few friends. During the day, Cinderella goes back to normality, trading as a wine bar with carefully selected bottles from Australia and around the globe.
1427 Malvern Road, Malvern
A homely cafe with a fireplace to light for when Melbourne becomes that touch too cold, Mr Foxx is the epitome of comfort. Just a short stroll from Robin Syme, this cafe adds to the liveliness and sheer array of culinary options on Malvern Road.
1491 Malvern Road, Glen Iris
An area with wellness
at its core.
harold holt swim centre
This iconic swim centre is just a stone’s throw away from the residences, making it that much easier to factor in your daily exercise. Alongside indoor and outdoor swimming pools, Harold Holt Swim Centre is also home to a health club that runs fitness classes for all types of exercisers.
1409-1413 High Street, Glen Iris
Happy Melon Studios
Happy Melon is a contender for one of the most stunning wellness studios in Melbourne. Situated on High Street, these uplifting studios are filled with incredible natural light, where Pilates, yoga, meditation and even a few boxing classes take place.
1252 High Street, Armadale
Toorak Bowling Club
Toorak Bowling Club is one of Melbourne’s oldest associations – bowls and jacks have rolled on the lawns since 1913, overlooked by a carefully maintained heritage building. The club warmly welcomes new members, and gatherings of friends who want to get together for a casual game.
9 Mandeville Crescent, Toorak
kooyong tennis club
For over 100 years, the Kooyong Lawn Tennis Club has been at the forefront of the Melbourne sporting landscape, hosting 26 grass courts, 22 all-weather en tout cas courts and 3 Plexicushion courts. The clubhouse also features a fully equipped gymnasium, as well as an outstanding restaurant and bar for post-match rejuvenation.
489 Glenferrie Road, Kooyong
Connect with your community, and beyond.
Malvern Road Village / no. 72 tram
Brimming with eateries and services, the community epicentre that is Malvern Road Village provides locals with everything they could ask for close to home. Robin Syme residents also have the No. 72 right on their doorstep, which travels towards the city via Chapel Street in one direction, and the east of Melbourne in the other.
Malvern Road, Malvern
high street, armadale
Firmly holding its place as one of the city’s most impressive retail strips, High Street Armadale has visitors travelling far and wide for its sensational array of stores, covering clothing, accessories, homewares, furniture, food and more.
High Street, Armadale
Only six stops from Melbourne’s CBD and found just one kilometre away from Robin Syme is Tooronga Station, connecting the people of Malvern to all parts of the city.
Milton Parade, Malvern
This modern community hub’s staff make book borrowing a total breeze. Open everyday, the Malvern Library also houses an array of computers and other resourceful facilities.
1255 High Street, Malvern
Stockland Tooronga Shopping centre
Wouldn’t it be great to complete all your errands in one day? Stockland Tooronga makes it possible, a nearby complex full of fresh food grocers, a supermarket, and a collection of services to make your day smooth sailing.