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Your Local Area Guide: Hub Church Street

Looking for places to drink, dine, park, and shop in Richmond? We’ve put together an area guide, featuring local favourites just moments from our space on Church Street.

Richmond has long been an iconic suburb in Melbourne, a cultural melting pot from the diverse Vietnamese and Greek migrant community through to the significant sports influence of the MCG.

Found in the innovative Industry Lanes precinct in Richmond, Hub Church Street offers two levels of premium flexible workspaces, meeting spaces, a barista-run café and outdoor terrace, servicing some of the city’s best businesses and entrepreneurs.

Being situated in the heart of Melbourne’s tech and creative scene comes with a variety of perks, including being surrounded by the suburb’s best retail, dining, and fitness options, all just a short walk away from Hub Church Street.

Fitness

CorePlus Richmond

There’s something for everyone at CorePlus, from reformer Pilates through to yoga. Their Richmond studio has plenty of natural light, premium equipment, and shower and change room facilities. Plus, you can purchase a range of healthy snacks and drinks at the front desk. 

Distance from Hub: nine-minute tram

One Hot Yoga South Yarra

Specialising in hot yoga and Pilates, One Hot Yoga is all about teaching practices that positively affect your quality of life, winning awards for their wellness-centred designed. They only use industry-leading equipment and an energy-efficient hydronic heating for their hot classes.

Distance from Hub: ten-minute tram

Group of women doing yoga

Body Fit Training Richmond

Body Fit Training incorporates scientifically-proven training techniques into a range of fun training sessions hosted by qualified coaches. It’s offering includes heart rate monitoring, no lock in contracts, and the ability to use any of their studios.

Distance from Hub: three-minute walk

Hub members can receive a perk code for Body Fit Training. Details on how to access the discount are on the member portal.

Cycle Collective

Cycle Collective are the masters of spin, increasing endurance, power, and strength simply through the use of an indoor bicycle. They host a range of classes suitable for all fitness levels and desired outcomes, with over 20 classes available per week.

Distance from Hub: five-minute walk

KX Pilates Richmond

KX Pilates combines traditional reformer Pilates principles with progressive techniques, curating full-body workouts designed to challenge everybody. Their classes range from beginner to advanced, and run for 50 minutes.

Distance from Hub: seven-minute walk

1R Australia, Industry Lanes (coming soon)

After experiencing massive success in London, 1R have made their way to Australia. They offer three curated classes all targeting different exercise goals— reformer, reshape, and rumble—with passionate trainers all contributing to getting your adrenaline pumping.

Distance from Hub: one-minute walk

Hub members can receive a perk code for 1R Australia. Details on how to access the discount are on the member portal.

Daycare

Childcare Centre, Industry Lanes (coming soon)

Distance from Hub: one-minute walk

Journey Early Learning

Journey Early Learning provides a nurturing daycare environment, suitable for kids from six weeks through to age six. The centre has an undercover outdoor area, as well as a sustainable vegetable garden and water play area.

Distance from Hub: 13-minute tram ride

Petit Early Learning Journey Richmond

Petit Early Learning Journey offers a tailored learning curriculum to suit your child’s individual needs, helping them develop in key areas. Their Richmond centre offers excursions, sports, music and yoga programs, and a rooftop garden and worm farm.

Distance from Hub: eight-minute tram ride

Dining

Baby

Baby brings Italian dining with a fun twist to Richmond. With a laid back vibe and a menu including the likes of a spicy sausage pizza, duck ragu, and a classic tiramisu, it’s sure to be a winning spot for an after work feed or long team lunch.

Distance from Hub: eight-minute walk

margarita pizza

New Quarter

New Quarter is like the cool younger sister of Hanoi Hannah siblings in Windsor and Elsternwick. Their menu is eclectic and ideal for when you want to impress, including items like banh mi fingers with with whipped chicken liver pate and duck floss egg noodles with spring onion and chives.

Distance from Hub: eight-minute walk

Fishbowl

Fishbowl has become the go-to healthy lunch option for people across the crunchy, with its wide variety of bowls made with Japanese-inspired flavours and fresh Australian produce. Standout bowls include the salmon sashimi with edamame and seaweed salad, and the crispy chicken with a roasted sesame dressing.

Distance from Hub: seven-minute walk

Noir

Inspired by the bistros found in France, Noir is all about great food, great wine, and service that matches. Perfect for an after work snack and drink or even a quick dinner, Noir brings sophistication that fits right in to the vibe of Swan Street.

Distance from Hub: three-minute walk

Public House

At Public House you’ll find four floors of dining and drinking space, including a rooftop offering 360-degree views of Richmond and the CBD. Their a la carté menu is diverse and has something suitable for all tastes—think cured kingfish with beetroot caviar, Japanese-style fried chicken, and BBQ pork ribs with an apple and coriander slaw.

Distance from Hub: two-minute walk

Green Cup

Green Cup is for health-nuts and toastie lovers alike, slinging everything from Nutella acai bowls to hummus, cucumber, and chilli toast. Perfect for a post-gym pick me up, or a midday smoothie.

Distance from Hub: nine-minute tram

Hugo’s Deli

Sandwiches are having a little moment in Melbourne, and Hugo’s doesn’t disappoint. They’re all about classic sandwiches done well, from their loaded reubens to shokupan fried chicken sandwiches. The coffee isn’t half bad, either.

Distance from Hub: six-minute walk

Fred’s Bar

Fred’s is a popular spots for the agency folk around Cremorne, offering a relaxed setting for after work wine and snacks. Their happy hour at 4pm–6pm, Monday–Friday includes $3 oysters, $12 spritz, and $10 wines.

Distance from Hub: eight-minute walk

Retail

Chapel Street, South Yarra

Chapel Street is known as one of Melbourne’s most popular retail and dining precincts, home to local brands, designer labels, and award-winning bars including Mr Miyagi and SABA.

Distance from Hub: 10-minute tram

Church Street

Hub Church Street is aptly located on the doorstep of a range of premium, contemporary furniture stores, including Jardan, Coco Republic, and Icon by Design. Most retailers regularly host warehouse sales from their Church Street stores, so it’s the ideal spot to bag a bargain.

Distance from Hub: two to five-minute walk

exterior of Hub Church Street in Richmond

Richmond Traders

Richmond Traders is Richmond’s newest urban market, offering dining and fresh food from providores across Victoria as well as health and beauty retailers. Traders include Cobb Lane Bakery, a free range butcher, and Au79 Café.

Distance from Hub: five-minute tram ride

Parking

Ace Parking, Coles

Location: 140-160 Swan Street, Richmond
Rates:
Hourly: from $5
All day: $35
Distance from Hub: five-minute walk

Ace Parking, Church Street

Location: 560 Church Street, Cremorne
Rates:
Early bird all day: $22
Hourly: $5
Weekend: $4/hour
Distance from Hub: five-minute walk

Wilson Parking, Church Street

Location: 658 Church Street, Richmond
Rates:
Hourly: $4.50
Weekend: $4/hour
Distance from Hub: eight-minute walk

Member Perks and Discounts

Check the perks page on the member portal for regularly updated, exclusive Hub member perks and discounts to some of the best amenities in Richmond, including discounts for parking, dining, and retail.