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A mere 15-minute stroll sees residents of Well Street to Brighton’s iconic beachfront. Famous for the string of kaleidoscopic beach boxes dotting its coastline, there is nothing quite like a day spent lazing about on the beach’s sandy shore, looking out over the glistening Port Phillip Bay. Whether it’s used for long swims on a summer’s day or fish and chips on the pier in the coldest days of winter, the beach remains Brighton’s favourite destination year round.


Mere steps from Well Street; Church Street is inarguably the beating heart of Brighton. Abounding with stylish boutiques, the shopping precinct puts the suburb on the map when it comes to the world of fashion. Names like Lee Mathews, Hoss, Gorman and Country Road are here to help you curate your dream wardrobe, along with a bevy of gourmet food stores for your dream pantry. For nights of entertainment, the iconic Dendy Cinemas is also yours to enjoy, in among some of Melbourne’s best restaurants.


A longstanding Australian icon, Country Road can also be found within the fashion-forward Church Street precinct. Playing host to a generous collection of clothing for women, men and children alike, along with a covetable selection of modern homewares, the common theme among all merchandise is an understated aesthetic; perfectly suited to the laidback, coastal essence of Brighton.


After a night out at The Dendy Cinema, you’ll never want to see a movie at a regular movie theatre again. Located in the thriving heart of Church Street, the cinema’s stunning Art Deco architecture lends an instant air of glamour to any outing. Screening independent and commercial release films, arrive early for your session and enjoy a glass of wine at the in-house bar.


The experience of shopping is made all the more delightful when the shop itself is as beautifully designed as the clothes adorning the shelves. Exuding an atmosphere of elegant sophistication, Lee Mathews on Church Street exemplifies this very notion. Effortless pieces for the modern woman line the shelves, each one defined by sustainability, durability and timelessness.


Stroll over to Church Street, where the tranquillity of the beach is juxtaposed by Brighton’s cosmopolitan dining scene. From restaurants you’d expect to find up city laneways to photogenic brunch spots with cult like followings; the Brighton locale plays host to it all. In the a.m., cherished institutions like the Pantry and Brighton Soul churn out expertly brewed cups of coffee and perfectly constructed brunches. When the sun sets, you’re even more spoilt for choice, with George Calombaris’ Hellenic Republic, Half Moon Hotel, Mr and Mrs P and more all on your very doorstep.


With the scent of the sea under your nose and the flavoursome taste of Kotopoulo in your mouth, a meal enjoyed at Hellenic Republic can feel like a meal enjoyed somewhere in the Greek Islands. The restaurant is the fourth instalment in George Calombaris’ Hellenic series, and is designed to reflect the laidback flavour of its seaside locale.


When people think of Brighton, they think of the Pantry; the suburb’s most beloved eatery and leading provider of caffeine. On sunny days, a throng of patrons can be seen relishing artisan coffee and delectable brunches out on the front pavement setting. In the winter, the Pantry acts as a cosy little nook; a fit out with warm timbers, exposed brick and comfy booths.

— MR & MRS P

Teaming vivacious cocktails with an intimate dining space and meals designed to share, Mr and Mrs P is out to prove romance isn’t dead. The menu will transport you swiftly around the world while the drinks list will make you swoon with its list of romantically named cocktails – Romeo & Juliet, Adam & Eve and Lady & the Tramp.


Brighton’s list of esteemed scholarly offerings places it at the forefront of education choices. Brighton Grammar, Firbank, Haileybury and St Joan of Arc Primary School all share the coveted 3186 postcode, eliminating any need to look outside Brighton when it comes to choosing. Also blessed in the way of transport, Brighton boasts numerous well-serviced transportation options, including three stations and several buses, along with proximity to the Nepean Highway. For scenic strolls over looking the sea and sky, the idyllic Bay Trail is also close at hand – a 17km path that takes walkers through Elwood, St Kilda and South Melbourne.


Conveniently placed, Well Street is just a 4-minute walk from Middle Brighton Station, ensuring the utmost ease when it comes to commuting. Connecting to the scenic and swift Sandringham line, arrive in the CBD in just over 20 minutes, stopping at the social hubs of Windsor, Prahran and South Yarra along the way.


St Joan of Arc is a co-educational parish primary school committed to providing a nurturing and well-rounded learning experience to its students. Social, emotional, academic, spiritual and physical development are all treated with the utmost importance here, ensuring your child is prepared for not just high school, but also for their future careers and adult lives.


Located within walking distance of Well Street, Brighton Grammar is regarded as one of the of the State’s most exceptional private schools for boys. Fostering a culture that understands, accepts and celebrates boys, the school seeks to challenge stereotypes, embrace diversity, and empower each and every student to become the very best version of themselves.


An exceptional school that encompasses all forms of learning, Firbank Grammar strikes the perfect balance between academia, arts, sports, co-curricular activity and above all student wellbeing. Renowned for its world-class facilities, revolutionary teaching approach and prestigious rowing program, the school is a breeding ground for empowered, inspired young women.


Haileybury is one of the leading independent schools in the Asia-Pacific region with a campus conveniently located in Brighton. Haileybury is acclaimed for its outstanding academic achievements. The acclaim stems from the school’s highly successful parallel education model, small class sizes, an unmatched level of individual attention, a strong international focus and 125 years of history. Haileybury provides education from ELC right through to the Senior School years. Proudly Haileybury has been named the 2018 Australian School of the Year at the Australian Education Awards. Additionally, Haileybury has also been named the 2018 Primary School of the Year – Non Government, for its outstanding advancements and results within the Junior School. Haileybury’s mission is to develop high-achieving students, connected globally to each other, and to the communities in which they live and which they will serve.