Serviced Office Space Forest Hill
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Forest Hill is a suburb located 18 km (11 miles) east from Melbourne’s Central Business District, in the Australian state of Victoria. The suburb is part of the local government area of the City of Whitehorse. This is predominantly a residential neighbourhood with some commercial businesses.
Forest Hill is home to Global Television’s Melbourne production facilities. This is the neighbourhood where the TV show ‘Neighbours’ is produced. The Forest Hill Chase Shopping Centre includes major retailers, such as Coles, Target, Harris Scarfe, Big W, JB Hi-Fi, Rebel Sport, Woolworths, Hoyts Cinemas and a number of restaurants. The area also has an AMF Tenpin Bowling Centre. As a suburb of Melbourne, Forest Hills economy is also dependant on the cities industries of finance, manufacturing, research, IT, education, logistics, transportation, and tourism. Melbourne features office space and other facilities for many of Australia’s largest corporations including Ford, Toyota, and Holden.
Entertainment And Dining Out
Forest Hill offers Nunawading Aqualink which is an indoor, Olympic-size swimming pool and children’s pool. Nearby the Dandenong Ranges National Park offers hiking and other outdoor activities in thick rainforest, lush fern gullies, and incredible native wildlife. The area also features some quaint villages to explore. There are cafés, eclectic artisan shopping, and the option of taking a trip on the historical Puffing Billy Railway. Dining options in Forest Hill include Banks Café & Restaurant with specialties that include both meat and vegetarian dishes. There is also Indulge, Lazy Moe’s, Oliver’s, and Secret Hill.
The nearest major airport to Forest Hill is Melbourne Airport. This airport offers international and domestic flights 76 km (47 miles) from the suburb. Another major airport in the area is Avalon Airport, offering domestic flights 76 km (47 miles) from Forest Hill. The public transportation system is made up of trams, trains, and buses. The trams and trains serve the centre of Melbourne and its inner suburbs. The trains extend out to the outer suburbs such as Forest Hill, and buses are typically available when there is no tram or train service.