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Ivanhoe is a residential suburb and is located just 10 kilometres north-west from the CBD. The suburb had its first post office opened in 1874, and the region has since grown in leaps and bounds.

The most distinctive geographical feature in Ivanhoe is the majestic Yarra River that forms a boundary to the south of the region.

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Along the river, there are numerous spots for BBQ and picnics, making it a perfect outdoor adventure. Look out for the jogging paths and cycling trails where you can enjoy the scenic environment.

Ivanhoe Public Golf Course is also a key attraction in the region. The 18-hole golf course offers panoramic views of the water and also offers lessons for beginners and has a cafe on location for refreshing snacks and treats.

The main centre in Ivanhoe is located on Upper Heidelberg Road. This is the location of the former town hall and has since been renamed The Centre Ivanhoe. The building features a classic design that is reminiscent of the First World War period.

In addition to the town hall, there are a number of cafe and eateries located along Upper Heidelberg Road. Make your way to Coles Supermarket and Safeway for your grocery shopping needs.

If visiting Ivanhoe at Christmas, check out The Boulevard Christmas Lights, an annual display held on the Boulevard during Christmas. During the festival, there are numerous lights on display and many homeowners put on display vibrant coloured decorations in line with the festive mood. The festival attracts more than 100,000 members over the nine days the display lasts.

Ivanhoe is serviced by two train stations, Ivanhoe and Darebin stations which you can reach via the Hurstbridge line.

If you are looking for accommodation in Ivanhoe, there are a couple of options available. Click the links below to find the best accommodation options.

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