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Heide Location

Residing in the heart of Heidelberg, residents of Heide Collective will enjoy greenery at their fingertips, culture on their doorstep and the city in their backyard. Pairing a warm village charm with abundant urban amenity, this riverside oasis offers a life of pure joy – central to all that makes Melbourne so widely adored.

Idyllic Outdoor Spaces

An abundant parkside oasis, brimming with greenery.

With sprawling greenery in one hand and recreational amenity in the other, residents of Heide Collective will reap the many benefits of an active outdoor lifestyle. Just a stone’s throw from your doorstep, the Yarra River meanders its way down the suburb’s eastern boundary, encompassed by some of Melbourne’s most beautiful parklands in addition to idyllic picnic spots, scenic bike paths and hidden sanctuaries to uncover and explore.

Home to everything from expansive football ovals to vibrant bowls clubs, sporting facilities are also aplenty here, creating a rich community atmosphere that permeates throughout. Whether you’re looking to reconnect with nature or get active in a lush, leafy setting, Heidelberg is a picturesque urban oasis with something for everyone.

Banksia
Park

Residing on the banks of the Yarra River, Banksia Park is one of the area’s most beloved outdoor destinations. There’s much to be discovered within this 57 acre expanse, from the fascinating Heritage Trail to the tranquil Japanese Cherry Tree Grove to the plentiful birdlife occupying the wetlands. Pack up a picnic and make a day of it with your loved ones.

Heidelberg
Park

Heidelberg Park is a recreational oasis encompassed by tall natives and mature deciduous trees. Offering an impressive children’s playground, a peaceful running track and an off-leash area for your canine companion, it’s the perfect place to escape from the hustle and bustle, immersed in verdant greenery.

Main
Yarra Trail

For a serene riverside stroll that feels miles from urban life, hop on The Main Yarra Trail from Heidelberg Park. The 22km trail meanders through some of Melbourne’s most sublime parklands and picnic spots. Follow it down to Kew in one direction or up to Templestowe in the other, surrounded by native flora and fauna the whole way.

Heidelberg
Bowling Club

Nothing says community like a lively local bowls club, which is exactly what you’ll find on the corner of Burgundy Street and Stradbroke Avenue. Whether you’re after social games in the sun, drink in hand, or competitive tournaments with seasoned bowlers, this historic club ticks all the boxes and then some, just a short walk from Heide Collective.


Culinary Innovators

A diverse culinary hub awaits you.

In recent years, a host of trendy cafes, lively pubs and sophisticated restaurants have taken up residence on Burgundy Street, transforming Heidelberg into a thriving foodie hub (and giving nearby Northcote a run for its money). Resident coffee lovers will be able to get their fix somewhere new every morning, surrounded by quintessentially Melbourne cafes brewing up artisanal blends of beans, with the innovative food to match.

Home to all-day diners with vibrant outdoor areas and atmosphere to boot, there’s no shortage of places to spend a sunny afternoon in Heidelberg – namely The Train Yard and iconic establishment Sir Henry Barkley Hotel. Pair this with a myriad of critically acclaimed restaurants – some spearheaded by renowned chefs – and you’ve got a truly world-class hospitality landscape, all just a short walk from your doorstep.


Retail Abundance

A retail paradise, just a short walk from home.

Blending convenience with luxury, fresh food with fashion, Heidelberg’s retail offering leaves no stone unturned. For residents of Heide Collective, this means never having to travel far for your weekly shopping trip or a good ol’ dose of retail therapy. Home to Leo’s Fine Food, Melbourne’s favourite specialty supermarket, sourcing gourmet ingredients or household goods couldn’t be easier. Warringal Mall is also at hand, housing an Aldi, Coles and Baker’s Delight along with a selection of handy utility stores.

Beyond food, Burgundy Street boasts a handful of boutiques, gift shops and florists, allowing you to keep your home perfectly adorned and your wardrobe stylishly curated. The store owners here are some of Melbourne’s friendliest, creating a warm village vibe in which to shop.


World-Class Amenity

Where urban convenience meets cultural excellence.

Equipped with the urban amenity of any established inner-city suburb, Heidelberg’s residents will enjoy a village lifestyle without having to compromise on convenience or connectivity. Playing host to a roll call of esteemed schools for students of all ages, the community is spoilt for choice when it comes to choosing where to send their child. For transport, a train station and ever-efficient bus network are within arms reach of Heide Collective, ensuring travelling inbound can be done swiftly and seamlessly.

A cultural destination, Heidelberg is also celebrated for its vibrant arts scene. Formerly home to The Heidelberg School of Arts – a pioneer and significant part of Australia’s art history – today, residents enjoy proximity to the Heide Museum of Modern Art in Bulleen, a cultural institution abounding with inspiring, thought-provoking works.

Heide Museum
of Modern Art

In 1934, art collectors John and Sunday Reed purchased a fifteen acre homestead beside the Yarra River in Bulleen. By 1981, this would become Heide Museum of Modern Art, a modernist architectural icon showcasing an outstanding collection of contemporary art. Much of what is there today was amassed by the Reed family, paired with some newer exhibitions from leading Australian artists.

Our Lady of
Mercy College

An esteemed catholic high school for girls, Our Lady of Mercy College is one of Heidelberg’s finest attributes. The staff have specialist knowledge and expertise in girls’ education, drawing upon this to provide a safe, nurturing and stimulating environment for girls to learn, grow and realise their full potential.

Austin
Hospital

Established in 1882, Austin Health has a vision to shape the future through exceptional care, discovery and learning. Home to The Olivia Newton-John Cancer Research Institute, The Heidelberg Repatriation Hospital and a number of state-wide services, Austin Hospital is one of Australia’s major public teaching hospitals, located within walking distance of Heide Collective.

Heidelberg
Train Station

Just 900m from your doorstep, Heidelberg Station facilitates a quick and easy journey into the CBD, stopping at some of Melbourne’s major centres along the way. Sitting as part of the Hurstbridge Line, a train from here travels through Fairfield, Collingwood and West Richmond before arriving at Flinders Street in under half an hour.