Continuing on from last months “Shop Local” piece, these Seddon traders are open now and looking forward to seeing you. Check out the new Seddon Village website – www.seddon-village.com.au – for more local businesses.
A modern take on several Asian cuisines, Luxsmith is a tasteful delight both on the plate and in the atmosphere. Part-restaurant-part-wine-store, you’ll also find the perfect pairing, taking you straight from dinner to late night drinks.
Everything on the menu is uber packed with flavour, but our favourites are the crispy fried duck and the prawn Har Gow dumplings. Need we say more?
Book your table or walk right in– the team will help you have a good time.
5 Gamon Street Seddon
SEDDON DEADLY SINS
For the last 18 years we have been serving up our famous sinful breakfasts to our happy locals. Our tenure in the village aside, what makes us really feel part of this community are the passing conversations, that lead to real connections, followed by the laughter, hugs and sometimes tears.
As we pivot in and out of lockdowns, we are so humbled your support and encouragement. Thank you for bringing us purpose to what we do and helping us play our part in the Seddon community.
148 Victoria Street Seddon
KITH & KIN
Kith & Kin is a little fashion and lifestyle boutique you’ll find on the west side of Victoria Street. It’s warm and naturally-lit space is as welcoming as the friendly faces you’ll see inside.Not only do they stock beautiful garments from local and international designers, they also have stunning pieces to suit every home. Sasha, who owns and runs Kith & Kin, describes the store as “a collection of pieces from places I love all over the world.”
Treat yourself — visit Kith & Kin on your next shopping trip.
154 Victoria Street Seddon
LoveLuvo is a retail social enterprise located on Victoria Street Seddon. We stock eco-friendly, locally sourced and fair trade home and body products.
You will also find that perfect gift!
We offer a refill service for your home and body care needs to make a positive impact on the environment.!
174 Victoria Street Seddon
Copper Pot Seddon by awarded chef Ashley Davis brings the culinary experience of Europe to Melbourne’s west.
We love supporting locals through various annual food event collaborations with other restaurants, partnering up with local florists, and offering fruit and veg boxes / pasture raised eggs directly sourced from local farmers.
105 Victoria Street, Seddon
When you choose Ray White you are choosing over 118 years of experience and encouraging a family owned business that still continues to grow.
We love Seddon, this little hidden gem located in the Inner City West. Just six kilometres from the CBD, Seddon rubs shoulders with Footscray and Yarraville, which adds to its general cultural diversity, edginess and vibrancy.
156 Victoria Street, Seddon
You will never find a place so sparkly and full of sugary goodness — Miss Biscuit is your non-stop shop for all cake-making, baking and decorating supplies.
Julia Day, known to most as “Miss Biscuit”, has been running this cake and cookie decorating studio in Seddon for five years, selling supplies and running classes all throughout the week including online cooking and decorating classes for customers all over the world.
So if you’re looking to up your cake game or need to make your special occasions just that little extra sparkly, you won’t want to go anywhere else for all your sweet treat needs!
65A Charles Street, Seddon VIC
Raylene and Andrew moved to the inner west over 15 years ago, and shortly after Raylene established Confident Conveyancing for her very first client in the area – herself.
The business has steadily grown from a single-person enterprise to a small but experienced team. At the same time their family has also grown to include 3 kids, 3 chickens and a dog. Confident Conveyancing are a family business, with family values, and have developed a strong and loyal customer base. You can follow them on all the socials, or contact
150 Victoria Street Seddon
SEDDON COMMUNITY BANK
They’re back! The wonderful ladies at the CWA Footscray have been busy baking, stewing, pickling and bottling all their delectable delights all ready to share at their produce stall at the Seddon Community Bank in August. Produce ranges from your favourite jams and sauces to pickles and you may even see a scone or two!
But you’ll have to get in early – the favourites definitely don’t last long! Stock up at the branch anytime Monday – Friday, 9.30am – 4.00pm
90 Charles Street Seddon