Location: 2-8 Gough St, Cremorne VIC 3121

The Melbourne lifestyle on your doorstep. Coppins Corner is not only located in The Malt District, an emerging cultural hub that’s home to the iconic Nylex clock, it’s within walking distance of everything Cremorne and its surrounding suburbs have to offer. Spend weekends walking the Royal Botanic Gardens or brunching on Swan Street. You’ll also be moments away from several of Melbourne’s biggest sporting arenas including the MCG.  

Picking up groceries is simple with a convenience store and several other retailers in The Malt District and both Coles and Woolworths not far away. There are also plenty of shopping options nearby for a little retail therapy. 

Looking to explore further afield? There are multiple public transport options including Richmond Station and several tram stops.  

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Life in Cremorne

Cafe Cremorne lifestyle

Endless options for eating out and grabbing a coffee

Whether you’re looking for brunch, coffee or even a cocktail, The Malt District and surrounding areas have several options. The Malt District will offer several retail and hospitality spaces so you can just pop downstairs and grab your morning coffee.

Denis the Menace café is just down the road and serves up breakfast and lunch seven days a week. There is also Swan Street which is just a short walk away and has heaps of dining options as well as some great places to grab a drink with friends.

Close to sporting arenas, entertainment venues and parks

Whatever your interests, the Cremorne area has got something to get excited about. Take a 12 minute stroll over to the Royal Botanic Gardens and enjoy the beautiful gardens, greenery or even take a walk around the famous Tan Track. Nearby Melbourne Park offers entertainment options all year round including concerts, the Australian Open and more. The MCG is also close by, from cricket to football it’s a hot spot for some of the biggest sporting contests in the world.

Richmond transport train

A great range of transport options

Getting around Melbourne is as easy as jumping on a nearby tram or train at Richmond Station. Tram routes 70 and 78 are not far away and make it simple to get into the city or across the Yarra River to famed Chapel Street. A ferry terminal has been proposed for Cremorne, so you can jump on a ferry and cruise around Melbourne.

You can also hop on a bike and cycle around the Royal Botanic Gardens, surrounding suburbs, along the river or even into the city.


Living in The Malt District means you can walk almost anywhere: the city, the Royal Botanic Gardens or to grab a morning coffee. If walking isn’t for you there are also plenty of transport options.

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