Now is the perfect time to shop local, and the Seddon traders are ready to welcome you now! Check out the new Seddon Village website – – and visit these traders in July!


    Casa Di tutti has been in Seddon coming up to 8 years next month. We offer traditional southern Italian food specialising in homemade pasta and wood fire pizza. We are an à la carte restaurant with private functions, take away, casa at home as well as catering.

    160 Victoria Street Seddon


    Meet Laura and Ann from Miss An’am. Not only have they been brewing coffee for the residents of Seddon for the past five years, they provide a wide range of pastries and Vietnamese delights including homemade pho, rice paper rolls and light, fluffy bao buns. Miss An’am is one of the vibrant community hubs of Seddon – you’ll always find a smile and someone to chat to.

    86A Charles Street Seddon


    Thank you to the local community for supporting me over the past 10 years, especially the last 12 months – you are awesome! I opened Enrich Interiors in 2011 to cater to customers looking for a more top-tier curtain, blind and furnishings retail store with a large focus on customer engagement and satisfaction. I also stock homewares, custom made lampshades, and cushions which work well with your blinds and curtains.

    Shop 2, 130 – 136 Victoria Street Seddon


    Doggy Dooz and Dog Diversity would like to thank the Seddon community and beyond for your patience and kindness during our lockdowns. It has been tricky to bounce back after a closure, but thanks to our wonderful customers, we are back in full swing and happy to help with any grooming needs. Doggy Dooz has been servicing the Seddon community for 21 years. We absolutely love it here!

    Nat, Anna, Lolly and the team!

    142 Victoria Street Seddon


    When you shop at Once More with Feeling, here are a few things you’ve accomplished:

    • You’re supporting local business
    • You’re being sustainable
    • You’re investing in a piece of clothing that is unique
    • You’re purchasing a piece of history

    And as someone said ‘nothing haunts us like the Vintage we didn’t buy’.

    73 Charles Street Seddon


    Meet Robert from Seddon Book Alley. Robert is the friendly face on the tools and over the counter at Seddon Book Alley. He’s been running this new and pre-loved bookstore in Seddon for over 7 years and loves his local Seddon community.

    107 Victoria Street, Seddon


    As makers ourselves, we have loved creating a community of local makers and artists at Far Fetched Designs, supplying beautiful handmade gifts and homewares to our customers. We are immensely proud of Seddon Village and grateful to our wonderful customers & everyone in this supportive community.

    Rachael & Belinda x.

    84 Charles Street Seddon


    My Mama Said is a vibrant Barre, Pilates, and Yoga studio in the heart of Seddon Village. We sell a vast range of exercise equipment and have a VIRTUAL studio that you can do anywhere, anytime! We have been overwhelmed with the love and support shown to us by the community throughout lockdown.

    67 Austin Street Seddon


    The team at Seddon Community Bank invite you to support their latest community campaign – “Pay It Forward” for the Comfort Café.

    Donations with your personal message will be offered to anyone experiencing homelessness who visits the Comfort Café in Footscray. So whether it’s a couple of dollars for a coffee or a little extra for a meal, your donation will give the opportunity for someone in need to have a safe, warm place to rest while they also enjoy a nourishing meal.

    Drop into the branch at 90 Charles Street Seddon, Monday to Friday, 9.30am to 4.00pm

    Learn more about the Comfort Care Café at

    Seddon Village Traders Association is welcoming new members. Find out more at

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