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Lilydale Marketplace

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by Neil Follett (subscribe)
I'm a retired photographer living in Lilydale mainly researching and writing on Australian aviation history. Now writing more on general subjects.
Published May 31st 2019
Retail therapy here won't leave you exhausted
Lilydale Marketplace
Hutchison Street,
Lilydale.

Melways Map 38 E.5.

Are you like me and dislike those big impersonal shopping complexes? Then think small and seek out the smaller ones. Lilydale Marketplace fits the bill.

Shopping centre entrance
The Entrance.

It has 57 shops, and can cater for your every need.

The basis of every shopping centre, big or small, is the large retailers. Lilydale Marketplace has three. Woolworths and Aldi for your food and groceries and Big W for almost everything else.

Woolworths
Woolworths entrance

Need some cash to go shopping if you don't rely on cards? There are three banks, ANZ, CBA and NAB, plus five ATMs.

Need something to wear, to work in, to play in, attend a wedding in, or just for a night out? You are well catered for with nine clothing outlets, from Lowes for just men's wear to Katies and Millers for just ladies apparel and Jeans West for non-gender jeans.

Clothing shops
Millers & Crossroads for ladies wear.

If after purchasing your clothing the pants are too long then Fit It Alterations will fix them as well as replace zips and other clothing alterations and repairs.

Your feet are not forgotten. Spend Less Shoes has a good range of men's and ladies shoes, as does Rivers and Big W

Shoe shop
Spend Less for shoes.
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Sore feet? Then Wu's Massage, Love Nails, Posh Nails and Spa or Zen Oriental Holistic Health can pamper your feet, neck and everything in between.

Manicures
You will love your nails at Love Nails

At the other end of your body, two men's and ladies hairdressers are always busy snipping away.

Let's not forget your inner health. Specsavers and Pips Optical Place will help you see, National Hearing and the Audio Clinic will help you hear, while the Lilydale Medical Clinic will diagnose any of your health ailments.

Optometrist
Definitely go to Specsavers.

After visiting the medical clinic with a prescription in hand head into Chemist Warehouse to get your health fix.

By now you are probably a little hungry. One of the nine eateries will be sure to satisfy the inner man, woman or child. Melba Coffee House and Degani are the two larger eat-in restaurants, while we have two sushi establishments and many take away shops with some having eat-in facilities or located adjacent to the food court.

Sandwich shop
Sandwich Chef for gourmet sandwiches.


Food court
The food court area with Youngs Chinese Kitchen, Kebab Paradise and Tokyo Sushi Bar.

Have tooth ache? Then a visit to Valley Dental will alleviate that problem.

For your daily bread the Bakers Delight will delight you with their large range of daily baked bread, buns, scones and other delights.

Bread
Bakers Delight sell delightful bread.

For the DIY brigade there is the Brazen Bull butcher. Woolworths and Aldi also have a meat section.

Butchers shop
The Brazen Bull will meet your meat requirements.

Blu Waters is a fish shop which always have a large range of fresh fish, both whole and fillets. Prawns, oysters and mussels are always available. They can even cook fish and chips for you for a fresh seafood meal. Donut King caters for those with a sweet tooth.

Fish shop.
The fish come from Blu Waters.

For the bargain hunter there is The Reject Shop, Lilydale $2 Plus shop and the Better Home shop.

Bottle shop.
For the BYO enthusiast.


Jewellery shop
A proud shop.

Other one-off speciality shops are Sanity, Free Choice Tobacconist, BWS, Mister Minit, Prouds Jewellers, and EB Games. Don't forget the newsagency for papers, magazines and Tattslotto.

Jetts Gymnasium is open 24 hours for those who need to get fit before heading for their shopping spree.

After all of the above has taken its toll head to the Flight Centre to get you out of there to a shopping centre far, far away.

This small shopping centre has a large under cover car park and all the shops are in easy walking distance of each other.

You can shop until you drop, but if you do there is always someone to resuscitate you.










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Where: Hutchison Street, Lilydale.
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