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Watch a video about St Albans Town Centre - where you can come to dine on delicious foods from restaurants inspired by dishes from all over the world. St Albans Town Centre is also the place to shop for the freshest fruits, vegetables, herbs and spices if you are planning to make a dish of your own creation.

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If you are looking for a unique dining experience, St Albans provides a wide range of restaurants to cater for delicious food from many different cultures. The St Albans Town Centre is as a local, affordable service centre with a night time economy based around international restaurants.

There are plenty of events happening in St Albans throughout the year. ThisIsStAlbans provides an Event Calendar allowing you a quick easy way to see when certain events are happening in the area. The Events Section of our website provides you a description of what the events are, when they will be and who to contact for more information.

If you are looking for a unique shopping experience, St Albans capitalises provides Culturally-specific, hard to find specialty stores; 'Main street’ shopping with unique character and vitality; an unpredictable experience and a permeable street market atmosphere.

The St Albans community consists of many cultures. Past waves of European migration are more recently being replaced by Asian and African migrants. Historically, it has been European migrants which have predominated but recently there have been migrants from Asia and all over the world. There has been particular growth recently of the Vietnamese community, which is the fastest growing and visible in St Albans in the street life, built form and the economic function of the centre. Vietnamese restaurants, grocers and specialty goods stores dominate Alfrieda Street and give it an ‘Asian feel’. In other parts of the centre there are several other shops from many other nationalities.

St Albans offers ethnic, multicultural dining. It has many restaurants and cafes, predominantly Vietnamese and many European delis and cafes. Alfrieda Street in St Albans holds most of the Vietnamese restaurants and has acquired an ‘Asian feel’.

St Albans is well served by public transport and offers a unique selling position that needs to be capitalised on to achieve its maximum economic potential and be successful in the future.

St Albans has an extremely high occupancy rate. The activity centre draws from a wide catchment area and is considered to have a good mix of shops, an emerging retail food culture.

Australians are enjoying far more Asian cuisine than ever before. To start cooking Asian food as authentic as possible, it is time to get acquainted with the herbs and spices that go into the art of Asian cooking.

The St Albans Business Group Association is organising the next St Albans Lunar New Year Festival which will be held on:

Sunday 14th January 2018
Time: 10am - 10pm
Alfrieda Street
St Albans

The Association is looking for businesses that are interested in participating in this festival. This can be done through renting a stall and/or a sponsorship.

If you are interested in participating in our festival and are selling food, you must obtain a Food Handling Permit from Brimbank City Council by the 24th November 2017. There are two presentation and registration dates left prior to this date, so please book your place.

If you would like to take part in our festival, please fill out the Application Form located at the top of this page and return it by the 24th November 2017 or contact Ross Morfea on 0425 741 498 for further information.

The 2017 St Albans Lunar Festival was a huge success. Many said it was the best Festival ever! Well over 60,000 visitors visited the centre for a fun-packed day full of festivities, entertainment, rides and fantastic food!

Stall holders included many local businesses giving out information on their services. There was information on conservation of water, on the fish in our rivers, opportunities to play chess and much more.

The fantastic food provide by the stall holders and our local restaurants is always a big drawcard for everybody. The traditional lion dance and the lighting of the firecrackers by some of our most famous politicians provided the great official opening.

All in all it was a fantastic event organised by the St Albans business Group Association. We would like to thank our sponsors and all volunteers and professionals who made this such a great day!

 
     
     
     
     

The St Albans Town Centre is a local, affordable service centre with a night time economy based around international restaurants. In particular, St Albans offers plenty of Vietnamese Restaurants where you can enjoy the delicacies and exotic flavours of the east. Most of the Vietnamese Restaurants are situated on Alfrieda Street.

The St Albans community consists of many cultures. Past waves of European migration are more recently being replaced by Asian and African migrants. Historically, it has been European migrants which have predominated but recently there have been migrants from Asia and all over the world.

Doing Business in St Albans leaves open the possibilities for your business to flourish. The St Albans Business Group Association is the umbrella organisation representing both the interests of the traders within the precinct and those people who venture to St Albans to encounter what is a unique and enjoyable experience. We can help you.

Retailers have a massive opportunity in St Albans where many people from different parts of the world have come to settle. This gives retailers the chance to focus on a niche markets and specialise to cater for the needs of one or a few groups of people.

As part of the diverse range of people and cultures living together in St Albans, Main Road West is home to shops selling goods catering the tastes and preferences of people from Balkan and European traditions. The East Esplanade also ffers a mix of fresh food and specialty cultural stores.

The St Albans Town Centre is anchored by two supermarkets and a fresh food market. As a result, St Albans has an extensive range of convenience shopping facilities including culturally-specific grocery stores, fresh food outlets.

There are plenty of cafes and restaurants in St Albans. The role and function of the St Albans Town Centre is as a local, affordable service centre with a night time economy based around international restaurants. Businesses in St Albans have a variety of operating hours with many cafes and restaurants supporting a night time economy. Alfrieda Street: holds most of the Vietnamese restaurants and has acquired an ‘Asian feel’.

St. Albans Town Centre is a local, main street shopping precinct located in the centre of the Brimbank Local Government Area. It is a pivotal community hub that is valued as a centre that people like to visit, shop and socialise in due to the colourful and dynamic multiplicity of cultures present. The St Albans Town Centre supports retail, commercial, recreational and community facilities.

St Albans is a suburb in the western suburbs of Melbourne located 15Km north-west of the CBD. It is part of the City of Brimbank Local Government Area and has a population of approximately 33, 511.

The activity centre is St Albans' main commercial and shopping precinct and is located on Main Road East, Main Road West, Alfrieda Street and East Esplanade. The St Albans Railway Station is located here and is on the Sydenham Line. Collocated here is the bus interchange which connects St Albans to Brimbank Central Shopping Centre, Watergardens, Highpoint Shopping Centre, Caroline Springs and Delahey.

Victoria University St Albans campus is next to the Protected Native Grassland Reserve and the Cairnlea Park.

The St Albans Business Group Association is the umbrella organisation representing both the interests of the traders within the precinct and those people who venture to St Albans to encounter what is a unique and enjoyable experience.