One good thing about Thornbury is that you don’t need a car to roam around and get to where you need to be. There will always be a restaurant, cafe or bar nearby wherever you are in the suburb. The environment is lovely and full of character. In this blog, we have enumerated 3 fun activities to do in Thornbury:
Take a walk with a loved one at Penders Park
Penders Park is well-loved by the Thornbury locals for many reasons: 1) It is a perfect option for a low-stress family event, 2) it is a pet-friendly park, and 3) there are plenty of playing options for kids.
Penders Park is well-maintained with clean toilets and recycling bins to dispose of your trash in.
Be amazed at the well-curated displays at Islamic Museum of Australia
For an interactive and visually immersive theatrical experience, go to Islamic Museum of Australia. Locals who have visited the establishment are in awe of their well-curated displays that are very telling of their progressive take on Islam and Muslim history in Australia. Schools nearby are fond of organizing classes here. Individuals are also welcome to explore, observe and reflect on the exhibits. At the back of this modern building is a small coffee shop that serves plenty of good vegan options as well.
Do some sports stretching and marvel at the athletes at Darebin International Sports Centre
It’s even more inspiring to some quick physical activities with the recently upgraded facilities of Darebin International Sports Centre. DISC is owned and maintained by the local city council and a number of key groups. No wonder it’s well-maintained and audited regularly. Regular visitors of the sports centre enjoy the huge mixed sports field where they can play several sports.
The proximity of Thornbury to Northcote delivers perks to both suburbs, as both are seen to be more desirable whether you’re looking into buying or selling. Good thing Collings Real Estate can assist you with both. Simply fill out our contact form and let’s get started with your real estate journey.