Artist's impression of Station Street
Energetic neighbourhood dining

The reinvigoration of Station Street follows the successful launch of The Marketplace fresh food and street-style dining precinct in early 2020.

Created in partnership with Melbourne design firm Techne, the new-look Station Street will maximise passing trade for our restaurant and cafe partners with externalised entrances and sheltered seating connecting seamlessly to architecturally designed green space and a new kids' play zone. Extensive planting and glazing gives the entire space an open-air feel while supporting year-round socialising, and a variety of resting spots encourage visitors of all ages to treat the precinct as a convenient meeting place.

Diners will be able to discover some of the world's greatest food cultures right on their doorstep with the introduction of new restaurant offerings including Rosa Mexicano and Up In Smoke. 

Works commenced in February 2021 and are due to complete before Q4, with provisions made to ensure neighbouring restaurants could continue trading throughout.

Pictured top: Artist's impression of the upgraded Station Street

Artist's impression of Station Street
Artist's impression of Station Street
The new experience

Close and convenient

Diners enjoy easy access to metro and regional train services from Watergardens Station, as well as plentiful carparking.

Elevating family mealtimes

Discover a mix of premium and fast-casual dining venues with occasion-worthy decor and sheltered outdoor seating.

Space to play and gather

A well-lit children's play zone, abundant seating pods and inviting green space foster a sociable ambience.

Entertainment for all

Visitors need only pop next door to Hoyts Cinema or Zone Bowling to extend a family outing into a multi-stop experience. 

Research snapshot
Source: Urbis, Feb 2019. *Estimated expenditure by main trade area population in 2018.
MTA population
163,492
Catering spend*
$264
M
Families with kids
63
%
Source: Urbis, Feb 2019. *Estimated expenditure by main trade area population in 2018.