Located within a burgeoning pocket, 116 Rokeby is close to everything that vibrant Collingwood has to offer and conveniently connected to everything beyond. With trams nearby, it’s an easy commute to the CBD and outer suburbs, and walking distance to local green spaces and retail and dining options along Smith Street and Brunswick Street.

Rokeby Street, Collingwood

Wearing its urban past with pride, Collingwood is a mecca for creatives, with a plethora of bars, galleries and restaurants to enjoy.

Public Transport (White)

01Collingwood Train Station

02North Richmond Train Station

03Various Tram Stops (58)

04Various Tram Stops (12) (109)

05Victoria Parade Bus Stops

06Hoddle Street Bus Stops

Cafes, Bars & Dining (Blue)

01Le Bon Ton

02Rupert on Rupert

03Stomping Ground Brewing Co.

04AllPress Espresso Roastery

05Two Birds Cafe

06South of Johnston Cafe

Local Amenities & Attractions (Grey)

01Smith Street

02Harmsworth Street Reserve

03Fitzroy Gardens

04Brunswick Street

05Carlton Gardens


An inspiring urban setting connected to nature; one that is future-focussed yet calming. An urban locale synonymous with culture and creativity, Collingwood captures the zeitgeist of our times. Collingwood has a rich creative history has shaped the suburb’s prevailing artistic identity that still exists today.

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Reflections of a Breathing Space—First Nations Public Art

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