Discover Moreland

One of Melbourne’s most popular and vibrant inner city areas, the City of Moreland is a culturally and proudly diverse community located four kilometres north of the city centre. Hosting a thriving creative and music community, your exploration of Moreland begins in our vibrant neighbourhoods. Discover vintage and pre-loved shopping, local and international art, and locally made, created and designed in Moreland products.

Experience dozens of different cultures and an amazing diversity of food offerings as you walk the world along Sydney Road, Lygon Street and Nicholson Street. Experience the adventure and vibrancy that is Moreland.

 

Suburbs include:

Brunswick Brunswick East Brunswick West Coburg Coburg North Fawkner Glenroy Gowanbrae Hadfield Oak Park Pascoe Vale Pascoe Vale South

Things to see and do

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  • Moreland Parks and Wetlands

    Moreland Parks and Wetlands

    Randazzo Park in Brunswick is an award winning park with lawn areas, an innovative children’s playground, timber boardwalk, wheelchair accessible picnic tables and timber sun lounges for reading the newspaper. Other great spaces include Harmony Park in Coburg and Coburg Lake Reserve, all with communal areas and great places to spend a sunny Saturday!  

    Randazzo Park in Brunswick is an award winning park with lawn areas, an innovative children’s playground, timber boardwalk, wheelchair accessible picnic tables and timber sun lounges for reading the newspaper.

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  • Galleries

    Galleries

    A number of galleries can be found in Moreland including the Counihan Gallery in Brunswick which has a focus on presenting contemporary art exhibitions. Blak Dot Gallery is an indigenous run gallery in Brunswick East with regular exhibitions from all over the world.

    A number of galleries can be found in Moreland including the Counihan Gallery in Brunswick which has a focus on presenting contemporary art exhibitions.

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  • Coburg Farmers Market

    Coburg Farmers Market

    Affordable seasonal produce, fresh from regional Victoria is on offer in Coburg. The Farmers Market is held every Saturday at the Coburg North Primary School from 8am-1pm.

    Affordable seasonal produce, fresh from regional Victorian is on offer in Coburg.

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  • Live Music

    Live Music

    Live music is a feature of the vibrant nightlife in Moreland. A variety of venues have live performances throughout the week, with great representation from local musicians and artists. Local community radio station RRR is located in the heart of Brunswick East. Whatever day of the week, you’re sure to find something to suit your musical tastes.

    Live music is a feature of the vibrant nightlife in Moreland.

  • Moreland Shopping & Dining

    Come and explore Moreland's vintage stores for retro threads, pre-loved goods and secondhand treasures. Discover the eclectic mix of offerings throughout the municipality, including local markets, factory outlets and boutique retailers. Serviced by excellent public transport from Melbourne’s city centre, each precinct offers unique shopping and dining. Off the main streets you will also discover a number of hidden gems offering great dining experiences.

    Come and explore Moreland's vintage stores for retro threads, pre-loved goods and secondhand treasures.

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  • Sparta Place

    Sparta Place is a quaint and quirky laneway just off Sydney Road in Brunswick with great boutiques and live jazz on the weekends. A favourite hangout for locals, Sparta Place was created to celebrate the relationship between Moreland and Sparta in Greece, with the public art symbolising the enduring friendship between the sister cities.  A mural featuring artists depictions of local identities, adds colour to the carpark at the rear. 

    Sparta Place is a quaint and quirky laneway just off Sydney Road in Brunswick with great boutiques and live jazz on the weekends.

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  • Victoria Street Mall

    Victoria Street Mall

    The Vic Mall as it is locally known, is the bustling centre of Coburg’s shopping precinct. It is a popular gathering place for locals, offering a variety of dining options, great coffee and buskers making regular appearances throughout the week. A large picnic table has backgammon, snakes and ladders, and chess boards built in – bring your own pieces or borrow from the library.

    The Vic Mall as it is locally known, is the bustling centre of Coburg’s shopping precinct.

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  • Coburg Drive-In

    Coburg Drive-In

    Opening in 1965, the Coburg Drive-In has a special place in the hearts of locals with patrons coming from all over Melbourne. For a night of good old fashioned movie fun, take your visiting family and friends along to Melbourne’s best kept secret - the Coburg Drive-In. Grab a bite to eat in the retro style diner before you settle in for a nostalgic evening of movie fun every night of the year!

    Opening in 1965, the Coburg Drive-In has a special place in the hearts of locals with patrons com

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  • CERES

    CERES Environment Park

    CERES is a non-profit community environment park beside Merri Creek, open every day with free entry. Displays, demonstrations, talks and events help visitors understand what can be done for the environment on a household, community and on a global level. Site tours are held Saturday and Sunday mornings, and there is a craft market and organic market open Saturday and Wednesday mornings.

    CERES is a non-profit community environment park beside Merri Creek, open every day with free entry.

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  • Public Art In Moreland

    Public Art In Moreland

    The municipality’s public art collection is spread throughout Moreland’s 15 suburbs featuring artworks reflecting local themes. Artworks made with recycled and reclaimed materials can be found at CERES and along the Merri Creek Trail, large scale replicas of Italian and Greek coins in Brunswick and an Indigenous Koori Garden at Jacobs Reserve - just a few of the public artworks you will find on your journey around Moreland. Grab the family and head down to capture some great art!

    The municipality’s public art collection is spread throughout Moreland’s 15 suburbs featuring artworks reflecting local themes.

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  • Creek Trails

    Creek Trails

    The Merri Creek Trail is 21km long and starts at Dights Falls near the meeting point of the Merri Creek and Yarra River. The trail follows the creek, passing through Coburg Lake Reserve, the Brunswick Velodrome and CERES Community Environment Park. The Moonee Ponds Creek Trail is 25km long and starts at Docklands on Footscray Road following the creek, going under and around the Tullamarine Freeway. After Bell Street the trail meanders north through a series of parks.

    The Merri Creek Trail is 21km long and starts at Dights Falls near the meeting point of the Merri Creek and Yarra River.

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