Serviced Office Space Williamstown
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Williamstown is a suburb of Melbourne, in the Australian state of Victoria. This is a bedroom suburb of Melbourne, 8 km (5 miles) south west of the capital city’s central business district. The suburb is part of the City of Hobson’s Bay.
In Williamstown there is a dockyard. BAE Systems Australia’s Marine division (formerly Tenix) has facilities here where it builds Anzac-class frigates for the Royal Australian Navy. It also builds the Canberra-class Landing Helicopter Dock ships. The small town has a local retail sector on Ferguson Street and Douglas Parade, which offers a mix of restaurants, cafes, two hotels, and a range of retail shops. Many people living in Williamstown work in Melbourne. The capital city has a highly diversified economy that consists 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 ANZ, BHP Billiton (the world’s largest mining company), the National Australia Bank, Rio Tinto, and Telstra.
Entertainment And Dining Out
Melbourne offers shopping tourism and several other attractions that include Crown Casino, Melbourne Zoo, Melbourne Museum, the Melbourne Aquarium, ScienceWorks, Healesville Sanctuary, and Werribee Open Range Zoo. Melbourne offers many dining options, with areas of the city featuring specific types of food. For instance: Victoria Street is famous for its Vietnamese cuisine, Sydney Road features Turkish cuisine, and Johnston Street is known for its Spanish options. Specialties in the state include Murray cod, a local fresh fish. You will find local beef, lamb, and kangaroo on many menu’s, along with local cheeses, such as the creamy sheep’s milk cheese from Highland Farm.
Williamstown is approximately 15 minutes by car from Melbourne via the West Gate Freeway or a 30-minute train journey from Flinders Street Station. Ferries from Melbourne’s Southgate Arts & Leisure Precinct take approximately 1 hour. The nearest major airport to Williamstown is Melbourne Airport. This airport has international and domestic flights and is 32 km (20 miles) from the suburb. The Melbourne Metropolitan bus network serves Williamstown with a number of routes, including the 472, running through the suburb and connecting it with areas including Footscray and Moonee Ponds. Williamstown is also connected by the Metro train line of the same name, which provides an efficient link to the centre of Melbourne.