Creswick’s Box Hill outlet is the perfect place to nab a bargain on Creswick’s extensive range of apparel and homewares. Featuring heavily reduced prices on Creswick’s stock, it’s a must visit all year round.
A trip to Box Hill should include a stop at any of the many and varied restaurants; Roast Duck Inn, Kitchen Republik, New Age Café, Madam Kwong’s Kitchen and Tien Dat being absolute highlights.
For decades, Box Hill was the go-to spot for Cantonese cravings. Think yum cha with trolleys, Hong Kong-style cha chaan tengs (tea restaurants), barbeque houses with glistening roast meats hanging in shop windows and a bustling marketplace that sold Asian greens, offcut meats and spicy condiments. As years went by, new schools, TAFE and improved transport connections to universities brought a younger population.
Today, the suburb is as festive as ever with the main thoroughfares decorated in red lanterns and paper firecrackers. Added to this is the collection of cheap-and-cheerful restaurants influenced by Taiwanese, Japanese, Korean, Vietnamese, Malaysian and regional Chinese communities.
Dora, Store Manager
"It’s important for me to work for a company that I believe in."
Originally from China, Dora has been in Australia for 5 years and enjoys working with natural fibres and Australian made products. She enjoys the family atmosphere of the Creswick team and the lively cultural history in and around Box Hill. Dora enjoys sharing the Creswick history with our international guests and sees many customers stopping in to see her on repeat visits to Australia. Her favourite activity is shopping of course!