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Puckle Street is a high energy shopping street with lots of independent speciality shops, some chain stores, cafes, restaurants and services (such as the Australia Post and Woolworths). It is lovely coming to the street on a warm day and exploring all the stores, you...More
The Puckle Street shopping strip is famous, if only for its association with Dame Edna Everage, Moonee Ponds' most famous daughter. The Puckle Street strip is lively. Some of the chains have moved out, but they have been replaced by independent operators. Coles and Target...More
I first came here in the 1960s and Puckle Street was popular even then. It has always been an eclectic mix of most kind of shops, although these days there is more concentration on food and clothing places, as the grocery type shops have moved...More
Whether it is shopping addicts or foodies, this shopping strip offers the lot.
I would recommend catching the train as the Moonee Ponds station is right there and you don't have the hassle of the car.
Also a few blocks down is the Moonee Valley...More
This inner suburban shopping strip is patronised by residents of some of Melbourne's less well known affluent suburbs including Kensington, Ascot Vale and Essendon residents.
It has a good range of cafes and some fashion outlets plus the usual supermarkets and services such as banks....More
Its been almost 12 months since my last visit but I visited again as I worked locally during the Grand Final Public Holiday.
I noticed some of my favourite eateries in the area have closed and been replaced by another business.
Its still a great...More