Saturday, 16 March 2013


Fairfield, a residential and industrial suburb east of Northcote, is 6 km north-east of Melbourne. It includes a southerly portion surrounded on three sides by the meandering Merri Creek and the Yarra River, chiefly consisting of open space and once containing institutions dating from colonial times.

The Fairfield Village shopping strip along Station St, is our local shopping area. As well as greengrocers, supermarkets, delicatessens, butchers, bookshops, giftshops and service-type shops, the strip is full of cafés, restaurants and patisseries, with a surprising variety of good quality food and drink.

This post is part of the Weekend Reflections meme.


  1. Nice reflection on the first two shots.

  2. Our first home was a flat above the Newsagents, Station Street Fairfield - there were no cafes there in the early 1980s!


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