Serviced Office Space Box Hill
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Box Hill is a suburb of Melbourne, in the Australian state of Victoria. It is located 14 km (9 miles) east of Melbourne’s central business district. City of Whitehorse is its Local Government Area. The population of the suburb is around ten-thousand inhabitants. Box Hill is home to a large Chinese community and is known for its multicultural diversity in terms of restaurant options and shopping possibilities.
Box Hill offers a great deal of office space options. It is occupied mainly by the public sector; the Australian Taxation Office, the Department of Health, Justice, Planning and Community Development, and Sustainability and Environment. The suburb also includes several brunches of banking and financial companies such as the Commonwealth Bank, the Bank of China, HSBC, and ANZ.
Entertainment And Dining Out
Box Hill is the second largest shopping area, outside the centre of Melbourne and an attractive area to live in. There is a range of shops along Station Street and Whitehorse Road, as well as two shopping centres. Major stores include Safeway Supermarket, Readers Book Store, Coles Supermarket, The Reject Shop and many others. The suburb houses the Box Hill City Oval, where the local Australian Rules football club, The Box Hill Hawks, is based. Other notable sport facilities in the area include the Box Hill Action Indoor Sports Centre and the Aqualink Box Hill. The suburb of Box Hill has a variety of restaurants offering diverse cuisine options. Examples include: SUT & Wine Korean BBQ Restaurant, Athenian Tavern, Bollywood on the Park, and Madam Kwong’s Malaysian Kitchen.
Box Hill is easily reachable by plane, as there are two airports nearby – the regional Moorabbin Airport and the Melbourne International Airport. Box Hill is serviced by the Box Hill railway station on the Belgrave and Lilydale railway lines, a bus terminal, as well as Tram route 109, which runs to Port Melbourne. Walking or cycling are other possibilities for getting around.