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Heidelberg is a residential suburb located 13 kilometres north-east from Melbourne’s CBD. What was once a vast town located on the outskirts of the city, the suburb was integrated into Melbourne following the region’s expansion after the Second World War.

Heidelberg was settled as early as 1835 and, today has grown to be a large multicultural residential suburb with plenty of amenities for residents.

Heidelberg Melbourne Vic, Boutique Hotel & Cheap Motel Accommodation

The main town centre of Heidelberg is located on Burgundy Street. Here, you will find a large number of shops and take away food stores. There is limited on-street parking here.

One of the main facilities in Heidelberg is the Warringal Shopping Centre conveniently located in the heart of Heidelberg. The centre is home to more than 40 stores, including Coles, Aldi, Cash Converters, a chemist, jewellers, banks and Snap Fitness. The shopping centre also has dozens of cafes and eateries for your favourite meals and takeaways. There is ample parking on location too.

Heidelberg is also home to one of the largest hospitals in Melbourne, the Austin. You will also find the Heidelberg Magistrates Court here as well as a police station, public library, primary schools, high school and the Northern Melbourne Institute of TAFE.

Heidelberg is home to the local football club which plays in the Northern Football League as well as the Heidelberg United soccer club. Golfers, on the other hand, enjoy teeing off at the Heidelberg Golf club located on Main Road.

Transport in Heidelberg still largely revolves around the use of private cars. However, there are public transport options including train services from the Heidelberg railway station via the Hurstbridge line as well as local bus routes.

There are a number of hotels located in Heidelberg, so click the links below to browse through the accommodation options today.

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