Balwyn’s natural beauty is met by a scope of epicurean delights. Whitehorse Road is the culinary heart of the suburb, abundant with restaurants, cafes, wine bars and bakeries with something for every palate.
If brunch is your favourite meal of the day, Balwyn’s extensive roster of cafe’s will keep you well and truly satisfied. Amongst contemporary interior design, enjoy inventive and Instagrammable dishes paired with impeccably roasted coffee – an essential in any morning routine. Local front runners include Mr Hendricks, East & Co. and POLLY.
An innately refined neighbourhood, Balwyn is also well-versed in the art of fine dining. Opus Dining brings culinary excellence to the heart of Whitehorse Road, offering world-class Japanese cuisine as well as a curated selection of modern Australian dishes.
The embodiment of convenience, Soligo is surrounded by a plethora of retail delights, catering to everything from fashion to fresh food. On your doorstep, you’ll find a plentiful yet discerning collection of boutiques, florists and homewares stores – perfect for revamping your wardrobe, styling your abode and acquiring gifts for loved ones.
When it comes to your weekly grocery rounds, Whitehorse Road couldn’t be more equipped. With everything you could ever need at your fingertips – from big name supermarkets to friendly greengrocers, artisan bakeries to fine food providores – grocery shopping will take on a whole new meaning as a resident of Soligo.
Just a short stroll from your doorstep, Signorelli is a local treasure with a lot to offer. Here, peruse a diversity of farm fresh produce along with health food products, deli goods and beyond.
If you’re a fashion enthusiast, you’ll find delight in Balwyn’s myriad of high-end boutiques. A Melbourne favourite, ECO D houses a meticulously curated collection of apparel from Australia’s leading designer brands. You’ll also find Almond Boutique, a beloved Whitehorse Road fixture, as well as Enni, a trove of comfortable daywear.
An exemplar of Melbourne education, Balwyn has garnered an esteemed reputation through its prestigious role call of schools. There’s a school here for every age group – and every type of learner – with options spanning ELC, primary, secondary, public and private sectors.
Only a stone’s throw from Soligo, Balwyn High is one of our city’s finest state schools, known for its immaculate grounds, consistently impressive marks and innovative teaching programs. A girls’ school enrolling ELC to year 12 students, Fintona is another exceptional choice, offering world-class facilities and a broad range of subjects for the global, life-long learner.
Serviced by Balwyn’s ever-efficient public transport network, Soligo’s residents will relish a wonderful sense of connectivity to wider Melbourne. The 109 Tram traverses down Whitehorse Road, providing a speedy link to Kew, Richmond and East Melbourne before arriving in the CBD in under 40 minutes.
For a more streamlined journey from A to B, drive your car to Canterbury Station, which is only 1.5km away from Soligo. Forming part of the Belgrave and Lilydale lines, you’ll arrive at Flinders Street in only 28 minutes from here.