The suburb’s name has Scottish heritage as one of its most prominent residents came from Armadale in Scotland. The suburb borders Dandenong Road/Princes Highway to the south, making it very accessible to visitors.
High Street Armadale Melbourne VIC, Shopping & Hotel Accommodation
You will find many eclectic and vintage stores here, as well as bridal couture and many well-known brands of clothing and accessories. There are many leading Australian and International fashion labels as well as many cafes, restaurants, art galleries, homeware stores and hair and beauty services.
Armadale is a popular residential suburb and has some of the best schools in its surrounds including Lauriston Girls’ School and King David School. There are also many parks and gardens located here including the Armadale Reserve and the Union Street Gardens.
Armadale is well serviced by public transport, with Armadale Train Stating sitting in the centre of town and serviced by the Cranbourne, Pakenham and Frankston lines. Tram services also run up and down High Street so visitors should jump on the #6 which runs from the Melbourne CBD to Armadale.
If you are looking for accommodation in Armadale, you are best to try the CBD, Toorak or South Yarra, as there aren’t any hotels located in Armadale. Click the link below to explore the accommodation options near Armadale.