Discover Church Street Brighton
A woman can’t have too much luxury to choose from. So, Church Street, Brighton has added a little more to its high-end shopping strip.
Luxe women’s fashion store ECO D. has at last opened in the precinct, adding to its existing 13 boutiques across Australia.
As Christmas rapidly approaches, you might be stuck for some gift ideas in among all your end-of-year functions, Christmas get-togethers and work parties.
So, stick close to Church Street, Brighton and take your pick from our selection of ideas for where to shop and what to gift your loved ones this holiday season.
A beautiful, new boutique in Church Street, Brighton is making lingerie shopping as important and enjoyable as searching for that perfect dress.
With a collection from around the world and a passion for old-fashioned service, Kicking Curves has brought underwear centre stage and created a buying experience that ensures lingerie shines as a wardrobe essential.
Church Street, Brighton offers a wide range of medical services that cater to the whole community.
Find out where to get general and specialist treatments.
A new section of Bayside’s Bay Trail, which is now split for cyclists and pedestrians, has opened in Brighton. The improvement works are part of a Bayside...
In The Book of Tea, Kakuzo Okakura wrote, “In joy or sadness flowers are our constant friends”.
Located in Church Street, Brighton, Ken Whelan has been observing that for 30 years as owner of Brighton Flower Shop.
Several Brighton buildings have received recognition at the recent Bayside Built Environment Awards.
Five Brighton sites took out the majority of the awards, which recognise excellence in design, landscape and heritage restoration.
A Church Street favourite, Cafe Florentine has been serving up great food and warm Italian charm since 1989. But it never gets old.
The Brighton institution is as lively, hospitable and loved by locals and visitors as it ever was.
Spring not only heralds winter’s end and offers a tantalising glimpse of summer but sprouts a plethora of sale boards on residential properties.
And Brighton is no different.
A local real estate agent said they had a strong auction list already and predicted a lively home buying season.