Think Local First – Fairfield Village
Businesses in Fairfield Village are still operating, just in different ways.
Now more than ever, we need you to support our local shops, so we can continue to have a thriving shopping precinct.
With many businesses now offering takeaway, pick up, home delivery, and streaming services, we are confident our Village can provide all the essentials you need and more!
Support Your Local Family-Owned Business!
Local businesses are still open in Fairfield Village, providing services and products your family need as best they can, but they will need your help to ensure they make it through the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.
Our local traders in the Fairfield shopping precinct are feeling the effects of the COVID-19 crisis, as shoppers stay home and practice social distancing. Many businesses in Fairfield are family-run, owner-operated and franchise businesses that employ local residents, which is why it’s so important to “Think Local First” through these tough times. You can support your favourite cafes, restaurants and eateries by ordering takeaway meals, whether you pick them up or have them delivered. Pay with your debit or credit card and avoid paying with cash or coins where possible.
If you’re out and about shopping for essentials, remember to wave or bump elbows instead of shaking hands or giving a hug.
The Fairfield Village Traders is an active Association with an equally active committee.
Our purpose is to build a cohesive community, whilst at the same time ensuring that the centre continues to be an economic hub.
The Fairfield Traders Association has been established to collectively represent the businesses within our boundaries. This representation primarily involves marketing activities designed to attract locals and the wider community to the business precinct.
Security & Safety, Consumer Protection, Natural Disasters, and Service Outages.
Free Wifi Service
Darebin City Council rolled out free WiFi in Station Street, Fairfield as part of a Council wide program for residents and visitors to Darebin. So next time you’re out and about you will be able to browse social media, webpages or even read your emails whilst you enjoy the outdoor shopping, or relaxing over a latte. Local traders can help you log on, or refer to the Darebin City Council website on how to access this free service.
View Our Trader Directory Today!