Heidelberg, Victoria 

 

Heidelberg, Australia is a suburb of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. Heidelberg is 15 kilometers northwest of Melbourne CBD and 3.4 km from the Melbourne Tullamarine Airport.

The city of Heidelberg (Australia), at 35 years old, is one of the oldest in Australia. Named after the German city of Heidelberg, this town has developed a reputation as the “hippest” Melbourne suburb.

The main street in Heidelberg is called ‘Princess Street’ and was the main shopping district until the 1940s. In the 1870s, the Government decided to build the Heidelberg Lunatic Asylum on the site of the present-day Heidelberg Repatriation Hospital. The asylum was opened in 1876 and was the first asylum built in Victoria away from the coast. Residents of Heidelberg were very upset at the building of a lunatic asylum in their neighborhood and petitions were organized

The two main features of this suburb are the garden city-like design of the suburb and the large population of the area. The area is made up of mostly families and young adults, with a large number of families with children. The community is thriving and very involved in the local parks and activities. The suburb is made up of both tree-lined streets and cul-de-sacs, which are both a great benefit to the families living in the suburb.

The population of the Heidelberg suburb in Melbourne Victoria is around 17,000 residents. The name Heidelberg is derived from the German city of the same name and was given by Joseph Darragh when he subdivided the area in 1856. Residents and businesses in Heidelberg enjoy the picturesque area and close proximity to the CBD.

The Heidelberg suburb in Melbourne Victoria is one of the most diverse suburbs in terms of population. The area is home to large Italian and Greek communities and to families who have lived there for many years. The area is also home to young professionals and students who are

Heidelberg Central Shopping Centre is a shopping center located at the intersection of High Street, Queens Parade, and Elizabeth Street in Melbourne, Victoria. It is the largest shopping center in the northern suburbs of Melbourne and is owned by the AMP and managed by Vicinity Centres. The center was built on the site of the former Heidelberg Primary School and opened in 1981. It was renovated in 1991, and again in 2013.

This mixed-use development replaced the city’s historic brewery in the 1980s, but it is still referred to as ‘Heidelberg Central’ by locals. The building is comprised of an office tower, a shopping center, and a hotel. Although the hotel has long since been closed down, the shopping center’s anchor tenant is the Woolworths supermarket, which is an Australian chain of department stores. Meanwhile, the office tower is occupied by the State Government.