With more than 80 businesses offering a diverse mix of retail, hospitality and services, East Ivanhoe shopping precinct has something for everyone. Stretching along Lower Heidelberg Road we have all your favourite stores plus boutiques, beauty salons & a day spa, homewares & gifts, fresh food and a great range of cafes and restaurants. Follow the road, walk through the shops, and wander around the village streets. The rear car parks off Wilfred Road or Burton Crescent, offer ample parking to discover East Ivanhoe Village and its hidden gems. You never know what you might find!
There are many places to grab a cup of tea or coffee in East Ivanhoe. Hungry? Then you can choose from a variety of global cuisines and there are price ranges to suit every budget. Whether you’re looking for takeaway, eat in, family friendly or fine dining experiences you will find them all in East Ivanhoe. For fresh food we’ve got the big supermarket Foodworks-IGA as well as other specialty produce stores located along Lower Heidelberg Road. Quality fruit, vegetables, meat, poultry, seafood and flowers from our wonderful traders fresh daily.
Do you need to run a few errands and get the important things done too? No problem, East Ivanhoe offers a wide range of professional services to suit your lifestyle. We’ve got doctors, dentists, podiatrists, optometrists, to name a few all located in our shopping precinct. There are also lawyers, real estate agents, financial planners as well as an independent bank. We have business services too including a post office and travel agent. Call into East Ivanhoe today for your local service needs.
The East Ivanhoe Traders Association represents the retail traders and businesses of the East Ivanhoe Village shopping precinct who contribute to a marketing fund administered by Banyule Council. The association is run by the trader’s committee and it acts on behalf of traders to make key decisions relating to promoting the shopping precinct, and promoting the interests of members and their customers. There are more than 80 businesses along Lower Heidelberg Road. Bordering the suburbs of Ivanhoe and Eaglemont it is one of the well kept secrets of the East by maintaining its Village vibe in Victoria. East Ivanhoe traders appreciate the support from their regular customers and in turn try to give back to the local community through events and assisting charitable organisations. If you have a business in the East Ivanhoe precinct, learn more about the Association and how you can get involved.