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Where cafés, restaurants, bars and retailers, find harmony between luxury and approachability


Apollo offers the opportunity to live a double life; where all of abounding benefits of a modern lifestyle can be found, but without the bustle and chaos attached. Both uniting and enhancing the local community, Blackburn offers residents a covetable suite of public zones to connect - to one another as well as the outside world. Just some of the vibrant and culturally rich spaces on offer are the Blackburn Bowls Club, the newly opened Blackburn Lake Educational Centre, along with the much loved Blackburn Tennis Courts.

Blackburn Village offers a unique duality; where modern cultural trends can be found, but without the bustle and chaos of the city.

nuts about coffee.

A favoured hub for caffeine refueling by commuters, Nuts About Coffee conveniently sits just opposite the Blackburn Train Station. Epitomising the maxim ‘great things come in small packages’, this cosy little space is constantly buzzing with customers all sitting on their second, third or fourth cup for the day.

angelo’s organic natureland.

Epitomising the vibrant community’s commitment to healthy living, Angelo’s Organic Natureland offers locals a comprehensive selection of organic products. With aisles overloaded with plump, fresh ingredients, here you will find infinite opportunities to challenge your inner-chef.

sonley stonegrill & bar.

Taking a discernibly modern approach to all things beef, Sonley is a very cool grill and bar that offers up not just perfectly cooked chunks of meat, but an incredibly designed interior with ambiance to match.

lily loves george.

At the forefront of Blackburn’s cultural shift, Lily Loves George looks like it could have been transplanted from Richmond or Fitzroy. With it’s warm, minimal wooden aesthetics and menu focused on nourishing and nurturing ingredients, its easy to see why this has become a leading brunch spot for locals.

one one six living.

The perfect blend of quirky and classic, One Six One Living is a quaint, colourful store brimming with a thoughtfully curated selection of homewares and art pieces sure to add character to any space.

Blackburn Village is perhaps the most indicative symbol of Blackburn’s unique blend of urban and local is the eclectic retail offerings on hand.

Eastland shopping centre.

At the pulse of evolving trends, the recently refurbished Eastland Shopping Centre is a shining light in Melbourne’s retail sphere. Reinvented as a high-end fashion frontier, and with leading local and international boutique names such as Scanlan & Theodore, H&M, Sass & Bide, as well as cult fast-food chains Jimmy Grants and Huxtaburger setting up shop, Eastland has redefined the retail landscape for locals.

north blackburn shopping centre.

While Eastland offers Apollo residents the opportunity to remain at the forefront of style, local shopping hubs can also be found in North Blackburn Shopping Village. Offering everything from fresh produce to health and wellbeing, to homewares to pampering sessions, this neighbourhood icon is a beacon of convenience and entertainment for the local community.

Peaceful neighbourhoods are defined by leafy cul-de-sacs and pockets of natural parklands that exude an unwavering sense of calm.

Blackburn lake sactuary.

Distinguished by its almost untouched vegetative state, bush trails, glimpses of wildlife, namesake lake and arguably the world’s greatest playground, Blackburn Sanctuary Lake makes it easy to escape the urban jungle and get back to nature.

furness park.

Apollo’s proximity to the tranquility of the Blackburn Creeklands adds another dimension of appeal to these homes. Offshooting a network of smaller reserves, such as Furness Park, these pockets of unblemished landscape imbue the suburb with its inimitable "urban-country" feel.

Blackburn couldn’t have risen to its esteemed status as an outer-urban cultural leader without its strong network of accessibility.

blackburn library.

A haven for escaping reality and spending some time living vicariously through someone else’s imagination, the Blackburn Library offers so much more than just books. Here you can while away wintery afternoons or escape blistering sunshine surfing the net, taking advantage of the widescreen televisions, lazing in the various reading nooks, or merely relishing in a quiet space to lose yourself in.

blackburn transport.

With a constant flow of transport options running between the CBD and surrounds, Apollo comes serviced by a train station as well Blackburn’s dedicated bus services, making travel yet another extension of the appeal that comes from easy living.