Hartwell Dentistry is conveniently located in Camberwell, Camberwell Junction. Led by husband and wife team, Dr Matthew Fleming and Dr Dana Horng. We love Camberwell and we will provide you some useful links to businesses here. You will find quality Camberwell doctors, Camberwell dental clinics, and even famous people in Camberwell Junction.
Camberwell Junction is a lively and bustling commercial centre. From the Burke Road shopping strip to the popular Rotary Club Camberwell Sunday Market you are bound to find something you love at the Camberwell Junction. Camberwell Market is celebrating its 85th birthday this year. In honour of this the Market has just undergone a huge revamp. Getting around here is easy with trams and trains running through Camberwell. Parking the car is generally not a problem, as we have an abundance of free car parking.
Artists from Camberwell
You probably know that Kylie Minogue and Dannii Minogue, famous Aussies, were raised in nearby Surrey Hills and attended Camberwell High School!
Barry Humphries, Australian comedian, known for his alter ego Dame Edna Everage, grew up in Christowel Street, Camberwell. Geoffrey Rush lives in Camberwell.
Camberwell is ideally positioned just 10 km east of Melbourne’s CBD. One well- known feature of Camberwell is the Burke Road shopping strip, which stretches north, about 600 m from Camberwell Junction. Three tram routes converge, train lines abound and bus routes cover the area. There is also the historic Rivoli Cinemas sit just west of Camberwell Junction, in the adjacent suburb of Hawthorn East.
Interestingly, Camberwell received its name because it reminded an early settler of the way three roads intersected in the south London district of Camberwell. This intersection is now known as Camberwell Junction. Then came the expansion of Melbourne’s suburban rail network in the 1880s that helped Camberwell develop further.
The Regal Theatre
Just down the road from Hartwell Dentistry at the intersection of Camberwell and Toorak Roads, once stood the Regal Cinema. It was built in 1937 on the site that was once occupied by the Tyrone Hotel.
The Regal Cinema featured Art Deco styling and included a roof top garden. The building resembled a large train about to leave the station for its next destination. (Photo courtesy of Camberwell Historical Society)
The Regal was pulled down in 1965, sadly only 27 years after it was erected. The site at the corner of Camberwell and Toorak Road has been home to many businesses since then, however none with quiet as much character as the Regal Cinema.
Camberwell dental group: Hartwell Dentistry
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Camberwell Dental Group: Hartwell Dentistry
Come and visit us at Camberwell Dental. We are keen to meet you and introduce you to our team. Our Patient Coordinator, Skye would love to meet you. She can take you on a tour of our practice and answer any questions you may have about your dental care.