We invited Lucy Glade-Wright from Hunting for George down to Moonee Valley Park to experience this landmark project first hand and needless to say, she was impressed. As a design and style icon in her own right, Lucy’s seal of approval is not to be underestimated. In her own word’s the project is “pretty inspiring stuff”.
Hear what she had to say about the first residential release, Feehan Row Homes and Terraces, where she reviews the location, the views, the bedroom, the tapware and everything in-between.
After nine years of retail success and having cemented themselves as an authority in Australian homewares and design, Hunting for George are now a fully-fledged media business, sharing compelling stories relating to all things design and lifestyle.
Of course, no visit to the Moonee Valley Park Display Gallery would be complete without stopping off at the resident café, Little Hen, where Lucy enjoyed a delicious homemade muffin and coffee whilst overlooking the iconic Racecourse.
Little Hen is open Saturdays and Sundays 8am-3pm and is located within the Display Gallery, so you can kill two birds with one stone while you’re there!
Check out Lucy’s full review of the Moonee Valley Park Display Gallery below.