Winter is here, but you will find plenty of warmth at Greythorn Central

The debut of winter has certainly made itself known with the mercury dipping to 2C overnight and clear crisp days have kept temperatures in the low teens … but there’s no coldness at Greythorn as our businesses continue to offer lots of warm and hearty smiles.

Shoppers looking for all their daily needs are sure to find it at Greythorn. Why not warm up this winter with some hearty winter meals and dining experiences at the many cafes and restaurants.

With the end of the financial year almost upon us, it’s time to look at all those services and paperwork you need to get finalised. Top Digital Printing will have all your paperwork in order; Bill Bradley Lawyers will certainly advise you well as well as other professional service providers such as Apex Macro and A & C Financial.

There’s certainly lots happening on the ground at Greythorn under the wintery sky. Enjoy the start of a new season and make sure to make Greythorn Central your shopping destination.

New toilet look

New artwork is planned for the toilet block at Greythorn, as part of the Shopping Centre Improvement Works.

The artwork has been commissioned to dress up the toilet block and discourage graffiti.

Similar works were installed last year on the Burwood Village toilet and on a substation in Camberwell Shopping Centre; both were warmly received.

The artwork is a vinyl photographic print suitable for outdoors and will wrap all sides of the building (see photo). Melbourne artist James Voller celebrates suburban architecture in an unexpected way to create delightful and approachable artworks. For this piece he has been inspired by the many cream brick mid-century villas found throughout Balwyn North and has carefully scaled the architectural features to create the illusion of a miniature house. The artwork is scheduled to be installed early this month

Landscaping and facilities upgrades at Greythorn

Planning is under way to upgrade Greythorn Central gardens, footpaths and identify areas of the shopping strip that can benefit from better layout or new infrastructure which will create a more improved shopping environment for shoppers.

The council has also invited the community to also have its say on the proposed upgrades.

Once the works have been completed, shoppers will find their shopping experience at Greythorn Central will be greatly enhanced with more public gathering spaces and walkways connecting the shopping precinct businesses.