Discover Church Street Brighton
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.
Whether you’re a heel addict, sneaker fan, or your kids are starting school and need new uniform shoes, Church Street in Brighton has enough shoe shops to cover every possible trend.
And all stores are within walking distance!
Brighton locals are enjoying the results of a huge upgrade to facilities at Dendy Park, one of the most popular sports facilities in Bayside.
The Dendy Park Pavilion now has female-friendly change rooms, making it easier for women and girls to participate in local sports and outdoor activities.
Age doesn’t define this modern, well-travelled and stylish woman – the typical buyer of the beautiful pieces at Lee Mathews in Church Street, Brighton.
The chic new store opened recently on the busy retail strip and shoppers are loving it.
Season three of Brighton Theatre Company kicks off tonight with the Garden of Granddaughters, written by Stephen Sewell and directed by Andrew Ferguson. The...
If you pop into Cafe Florentine on Church Street in Brighton one evening you might just recognise human rights advocate and Federal Member for Goldstein, Tim Wilson MP.
Learn more about the local MP, the issues he’s passionate about and his favourite Church Street haunts.