In accordance with the Australian Government directive, gyms, cinemas, entertainment venues, kids’ play areas and seating zones for restaurants, cafes and food courts are temporarily closed. Beauty therapy, tanning, waxing, massage, tattoo (physiotherapists excluded) are also closed. Restaurants, cafes and food courts are open for takeaway, offering pick-up or home-delivery options. As per social distancing directives, food court seating areas are temporarily closed.
This one-stop shopping centre offers a unique experience that allows visitors to see, hear and indulge.
Cherrybrook Village, Shopping Centre, Shops, Restaurants, Hours & Map
If you need to purchase something to spruce up your home, then make a stop at VNH Dollar for all your home and lifestyle needs. Alternatively, get fresh flowers at Petals and Leaves; a florist store that gives you the perfect solution for all your flower needs.
A shopping experience isn’t complete without some good food and a pampering session. Get pampered at Christiane’s Hair Design; an eclectic salon that is at hand to meet all of your styling needs. Get a refreshing manicure and pedicure at Fresh Nails or get that cut you have always wanted at Moe & Co – after which you can grab a bite to eat at any of the food stores on location.
Treat your palate to tastefully prepared dishes at Caffe Cherry Beans, or enjoy a cup of freshly brewed coffee to kickstart the day at Gloria Jean’s Coffees. Lil’ Cilantro is worth visiting if the fusion of Vietnamese and French food cultures sounds appealing. The food Scene and Zest Patisserie are also open for the food lover.
Cherrybrook Village is wheelchair accessible, and amenities for those with mobility challenges are located directly in the middle of the centre. Wheelchairs are available for hire on all weekdays between 9am and 5pm, with other amenities including bathrooms, a parent’s room, and plenty of parking spaces – with the option of valet parking.