Time to shop local.
Byford and its surrounds might be experiencing a rapid growth spurt, with families flocking to the area to snap up their piece of semi-rural paradise, but the town maintains a distinct community feel. Like any small town, many businesses in the area are locally owned and operated, with a down-to-earth attitude and friendly service that you may have become unaccustomed to living closer to the city.
It’s the kind of place where you can get your groceries fresh from the farm, the local butcher knows your name and it’s all a part of the charm of the town – and a part that should be fiercely protected.
With a vibrant town centre just down the road, finding quality goods and services nearby will not be a problem. The region is also bursting with fresh produce from local suppliers if you know where to look.
The Byford Town Centre is an established hub with shops, medical facilities and other essential services. There’s an IGA supermarket, Coles, Woolworths, Aldi and other speciality stores now open within the revitalised precinct as well as a gym and a range of restaurants and cafes.