Aged Care in Melbourne’s Western suburbs is filled with multiculturalism with a mixture of cultures providing great food and easy access to the Melbourne CBD in one direction and country Victoria in the other direction.
If you’re a foodie who loves trying the dishes of the world, you’ll find South East Asian markets, Italian cannoli, Ethiopian coffee and Chinese dishes all throughout the West, although particularly in Footscray.
Footscray is also home to the Footscray Market, where you can find exotic spices and ingredients just 10 minutes from the CBD.
The Little Saigon Market is also a good place to stock up on tropical fruits and Vietnamese groceries.
The Westgate Parks offers some greenery and is still within close proximity to the city. It’s a place to go for a walk, run or cycle with plenty of designated walking tracks to make it easy.
You can have a picnic with family or friends and admire the Yarra River or the Port Melbourne foreshore.
For sports and recreation you can cheer on the Western Bulldogs at their training sessions, enjoy the Chinese New Year fireworks every year and the Tet Lunar Year Festival (a Vietnamese festival celebrating with dancing dragons, food stalls and live music.
Melbourne’s Western suburbs are filled with multiculturalism and a diverse range of ethnic communities.