Workways @ Sh. 2 / 601

Workways Australia is a not-for-profit employment services agency that started in regional Victoria nearly 30 years ago. Their team in Brunswick provide free recruitment services to employers, and support job seekers with disability in the community.


Belle Mariee Bridal @ 529-531

Ash has recently opened the doors at Belle Mariee Bridal, and what a lovely looking store it is – with a double-frontage onto Sydney Rd., beautiful fittings and a spacious display area.


Greener House @ 95

Maggie and Joshua noticed a gap in the market for quality, yet good value, interior plants. They started their business in Brunswick, selling plants from the front courtyard of their unit.


Sweet Green Cafe @ Sh. 18 / Barkly Sq.

The Café is run by a local Brunswick family, with over 50 years of hospitality experience! They offer assorted goodies from gelati to cakes and focaccias, all homemade.


Malai Thai Massage @ 856

Malai Thai Massage offer a range of services, including proper Thai Traditional Massage, Relaxation Oil Massage, Combination Thai-Oil Massage and Deep Tissue Massage.


APM Employment Services @ 602

APM help people with a wide range of injuries, illnesses or disabilities get the support they need to find and maintain a job that works for them. Their services are government funded and free.


Dresden @ 93

Opening their latest store on Sydney Road, Dresden does things differently. They are the designers and manufacturers of their own modular glasses frame system. It’s like Lego for glasses!


Home Instead Senior Care

Home Instead Senior Care @ L1/878A

John joined Home Instead Senior Care establishing the Melbourne Inner North office in Sydney Road in 2017 with co-owner Billy Skoric.


River Styx Tattoo @ Sh8/650

With almost a decade of experience in the tattoo industry, Matthew and Monica Star opened River Styx Tattoo in 2018, providing their clients with a private, high-end experience when getting tattooed.


Save the Children @ 478

Save the Children is yet another great addition to the Op Shop fever along Sydney Road. The store is run by volunteers and proceeds from all sales go towards projects which help children and families in 117 countries around the world.