Kensington is an area with distinct character, with a quirky mix of buildings, pretty elm lined streets and a village style shopping strip it has an old world meets new world feel. The area is known for the diversity of its architecture, including Victorian terraces, cottages, warehouse apartments and new structures
Located only 4km north – west from Melbourne’s CBD the area features vibrant cafes, eclectic gift stores, a multitude of professional services, small grocers, and a bustling food scene. The traders of Kensington take great pride in their products, from the beautiful fresh produce, scent of home-made soup bubbling away, to the meticulously styled display windows, visiting Kensington is a delight for the senses.
At the heart of Kensington is the Kensington Town Hall which is an important civic space for the community to gather. Residents, visitors and workers are invited to attend this beautiful centre.
The Kensington Business Association Committee comprises of volunteer member nominated at the Annual General Meeting. Their role is to oversee and approve all marketing activities, plan for the future and seek opportunities to enhance the businesses of Kensington. They work closely with the Marketing Team and the City of Melbourne and meet on a monthly basis.
If you would like to discuss any queries about your membership, or potential membership, please feel welcome to contact our committee members.
Kensington Business Association Committee are as follows:
Trevor Reynolds – Biggin and Scott
Frank Ganino – Kensington Market
Violetta Trajcevski – Yellow Brick Road
Sarah Maguire – Marmalade Sky Marketing Group
Genevieve Conroy – Erinbank
Shubha Rao – Rao Legal
Jessica Catanzan – Juicy Fruits
Chris Gray – Hardimans Hotel
Wendy Keast – Dwelled and Tempted
Carson Stu – Newtons Pharmacy
Kensington Business Association is a new membership-based network of retail and service businesses operating in the Melbourne suburb of Kensington. Our role is to assist the Development, Marketing & Engagement of our member’s businesses.
In addition to business networking, we engage with retail and commercial enterprises to better market the precinct. Programs include increasing the business profile through public events, integration with existing events, introducing relevant communication tools, canvasing of member’s ideas and encouraging business relationships beyond the precinct to build a strong Kensington business hub.
Membership Enquiry Form
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