Melbourne's Premium Place to do Business
Surrounded by Melbourne’s most affluent suburbs and within easy travel distance to the Melbourne CBD and Melbourne’s inner businesses districts, High Street Armadale has over the years been a destination for discerning businesses.
The business precinct is recognized as an exclusive destination for shoppers, showcasing an impressive range of designer clothing, homeware stores, bridal boutiques, art galleries, hair salons and antique shops.
It also boasts some of the best food offerings in the city, from sought after baked breakfast delights to fine dining.
High Street Business Precinct runs east-west along High Street Armadale between Orrong and Glenferrie Roads.
It incorporates the historic Kings Arcade & Armadale Station Precinct as well as Malvern square and Town Hall.
Over the years High Street has developed areas that have a distinctive feel, and each of these areas has attracted different types of businesses.
- Orrong Road to the Rail bridge is mainly made up of furniture, design services, antiques, health & wellbeing as well as medical.
- From Kooyong Road to Glenferrie Road, you will find a high concentration of Fashion, Bridal, Homewares, cafes, and Bars, along with Day Spa and Beauty at ground level. Above the ground level, you will find a myriad of professional services along with medical-grade beauty services.
Useful Links when starting a Business
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Stonnington Business Concierge Service
- need multiple permits
- are from first-time business owners
- facilitate buying an existing business
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Stonington Economic Development Strategy 2017 -2021
Our Economic Development Strategy outlines how we work with local businesses to support economic growth in Stonnington.