7-9 Cowra Street Brighton

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7-9 Cowra Street Brighton

Offering a selection of
One, Two & Three Bedroom
Luxury Residences

Elementary rich, Batéau is distinguished by the considered elements that, while singularly luxurious, in unison assemble to create a truly remarkable lifestyle. Spatially, aesthetically and functionally, each element brings a unique dimension to these homes and the lives that will be lived within.

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Consciously crafted to respond to and capitalise on the surrounding environment, Batéau is distinguished by a modern, elegant facade that - abounding in strong angular lines and glass windows - encourages the surrounds to become as much a feature of internal spaces as external. Distinctly contemporary yet with an underlying commitment to functionality, interiors are here punctuated by a sense of minimalist sophistication and spaciousness.

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Clever floorplans imbue living areas with the feeling of fluidity and boundlessness while the thoughtful placement of quality fixtures and fittings help to intuit daily rituals, making the homes not only stylish, but utterly liveable.

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harmonious coastal elegance.

One of Melbourne’s oldest suburbs, historically Brighton has been revered for being both one of the city’s most affluent and most influential communities. Etched within the iconic streetscapes is a chronicle of architectural trends that have helped in shaping the city and its many cultural evolutions. Overlooking the striking beach-fronting vistas, palatial period homes sit neighbouring deco-styled houses, while imposing contemporary facades similarly hold a confident position within the web of architectural brilliance defining the suburb.

Encased by abounding, majestic gardens, irrespective of epochal ancestry, each house stands as an example of the innovative ingenuity that has set a precedent for the local community and its aspirations. Here, day-in and day-out, standards are pushed and the community gives way to new directions that continue to see the suburb hailed as a cultural leader in the World’s Most Liveable City.

Cafés / Bars

  1. Balmains Café
  2. Brighton Schoolhouse
  3. Captain & Co. Fish Bar
  4. Cucina & Co.
  5. Half Moon
  6. Le Cinque Terra
  7. Mother’s Milk
  8. Olie & Ari
  9. Primrose Hill Deli
  10. Royale Brothers
  11. The Little Ox
  12. The Pantry

Retail / Shopping

  1. Bay St Fruit Specialists
  2. Burst Frozen Yogurt
  3. Church St Shopping Strip
  4. Coles Supermarket
  5. Crowley’s Butchery
  6. French Pony
  7. Gorman
  8. Mecca Cosmetica
  9. Pash Flowers and Homewares
  10. Pressed Juices
  11. Salt Clothing
  12. The New Cocoon
  13. TucciBrown Cafe & Homewares
  14. Wholefoods Food Store
  15. Witchery

Parks / Recreation

  1. Brighton Baths
  2. Brighton Beach
  3. Brighton Library
  4. Brighton Public Golf Course
  5. Brighton Swim School Aquatics
  6. Brighton Town Hall
  7. Fitness First Brighton
  8. Hurlingham Park
  9. KX Brighton
  10. Palace Dendy Cinemas
  11. Rec Xpress 24/7 Fitness
  12. The Gallery at Bayside
  13. Warrior One Yoga


  1. Brighton Beach Primary
  2. Brighton Grammar School
  3. Brighton Primary School
  4. Brighton Secondary College
  5. Fir Bank Grammar
  6. Gardenvale Primary
  7. St James Catholic Primary
  8. St Joan of Arc School
  9. St Leonard’s College
  10. Star of the Sea College


  1. Bus No.219
  2. Bus No.626
  3. North Brighton Station

Redefining the Social Set

A community beholden to the cyclical nature of the seasons, Brighton’s streetscapes are a year-round exhibition of the inimitable display of each season and its unique attributes. Summer sees a golden hue kiss surfaces and a halo like glistening envelope the air, everything slows down and afternoons begin to melt into languid evenings. As the wind takes on a chill and the parks softly gradate in a muted symphony of amber and rust, you know Autumn has found its way once more to the fore.

The first Winter bite will be felt one early morning when the spray of a crashing wave lingers a little longer, suspended in an icy breeze of air, the deep grey of the sky adding a depth of drama to the welcoming of cosy blankets and knitted sweaters. And, just when your Winter-addled bones fear there is no reprieve, the sun will begin to rise a little earlier and hang a little longer in the sky before it dips behind the ocean, and you can rest easy knowing the parks will soon begin to stir with the vibrant effervescence of Spring.


Housed in a stunning historic building, Brighton Schoolhouse is a a rustic, inviting cafe that, with a generous outdoor area and communal style dining, perfectly encapsulates Brighton’s neighbourly charm.

Interiors play host to a suite of dark timbers, repurposed furnishings and soaring windows that warm the space with Brighton’s signature glow of dappled sunlight. A menu defined by wholesome, organic ingredients, a superfood smoothy is the perfect post-beach pick-me-up, while the all day breakfasts are an ideal cure for a lazy-Sunday brunch.

15 St Andrews St

Half Moon
Pub & Eatery

In an example of hospitality design excellence, Half Moon is housed in a heritage building, where the charms of its origins are given to contemporary beauty.

An ageing, pared back brick shell is aesthetically softened with the adornment of brass lighting, warm timbers and softly muted leather, while ephemeral breaks of light teem through the delicate branches of trees shading windows, creating an atmospheric enchantment that is almost hypnotic. Alongside an extensive wine and beer menu, you will find a traditional pub-grub menu reimagined with a focus toward premium, local produce.

20 Church Street

Olie & Ari

Olie & Ari’s industrial, minimalist aesthetic is a raw and edgy counterpart for Brighton’s refined-beach vibe.

Exposed brick walls are punctuated by polished concrete, geometrical caged pendant lighting and heavy based steel benches, while the neutral walls add a touch of elegant refinery. A menu that screams Melbourne, great coffee is paired with novel dishes that are always given to a twist, like the French toast - which features buttery brioche chunks fried and then topped with citrus salad and orange-blossom crème fraîche.

133/135 Were Stret

& Co.

With lineage tracing back to Italian culinary royalty, Cucina & Co. is another offering from the pizza rolling genius behind the likes of Caffe e Cucina and D.O.C. pizza.

An intimate 65-seater space with a traditional wood-fired oven, this Sicilian-inspired restaurant is a fusion of classic and contemporary. Modern ashen oak is given a raw edge with washed concrete, black marble and a flood of glass windows, while the menu remains loyal to its origins, featuring mouthwatering true-to-form Italian fare made from quality ingredients.

325 New Street

The Little
Ox Café

A light and energetic addition to its suburban surrounds, the team at The Little Ox have created a welcoming, nostalgic feel by making full use of the humming cafe's former life as a milk bar.

Brewing a robust, rich house blend, here menu favourites are matched by great coffee. A recently introduced liquor licence ensures the food goes down extra smoothly, while the welcoming interior, decorated with white tiles and signature yellow stools, makes this particularly well-stocked seaside kitchen feel like home.

452 New Street


A welcome addition to Brighton’s after-dark scene, the slick bar is characterised by a refined suite of black leather, polished gold accents and impressive cocktail list.

Wintery evenings are given a comforting ambiance from the crackling open fire and in Summer, find reprieve from consuming balmy nights on the open deck, that's cooled from the oceanic breeze.

287 Bay Street

Strike the Ideal Work-and-Play Balance

As Melbourne has continued to evolve into a city with a penchant toward promoting lifestyles hinged as much on health and wellbeing as luxury and excess, suburbs like Brighton - with a community long committed to striking the ideal work-and-play balance - find themselves leading the revolution. A community defined in many ways by its boundless natural beauty, there has long been both a communal and fiscal investment toward ensuring public amenities celebrate the suburb’s many points of distinction: both natural and built.


Promising a bright and shining future, arguably Melbourne’s most exclusive bayside suburb, Brighton boasts prestigious access to some of the state’s leading educational institutions.

Promising a bright and shining future, arguably Melbourne’s most exclusive bayside suburb, Brighton boasts prestigious access to some of the state’s leading educational institutions.


Bay Street

Convenience is the word that springs to mind when you contemplate shopping from Bateau, quickly followed by eclectic.

With iconic Bay Street unfolding almost from your door, the style essence here is limited only by your imagination. Emphatically weaving international zeal with a holistic homegrown kind of quality, this eclecticism extends to your pantry also, where filling your grocery baskets with fresh, plump produce comes with a choice of larger supermarkets and the safety and comfort that comes with smaller community options.

bay Street


Epitomising the seamless way Brighton fuses luxury and wellness with costal life, at the Middle Brighton Baths indulge your hedonistic cravings while overlooking the stunning ocean views, then return the following day and work it all off in the fully equipped fitness centre.

251 Esplanade

Palace Dendy

A boutique cinema designed for the more discerning film-lovers; patrons who want to be entertained without compromising on indulgence.

Offering a healthy selection of Hollywood’s blockbuster schedule along with flicks of a more independent variety, you can always trust that Palace’s cinematic variety will represent a healthy cross-section of countries, cultures and communities — all in the tradition of quality film-making.

26 Church Street


Promising a bright and shining future, arguably Melbourne’s most exclusive bayside suburb, Brighton boasts prestigious access to some of the state’s leading educational institutions.


Brighton Golf

At the heart of Melbourne’s most exclusive Bayside suburb lies one of the city’s most beloved golf courses. Brighton Golf Course caters to seasoned golfers and new-comers alike, with a course defined by tight holes, excellent bunkering, and challenges for all skill-levels.

Dendy Street

Church Street

Whether sourcing a one-off piece from one of the international or local boutiques, or stocking up on pantry staples, Church St’s retail strip is home to a bevy of homegrown and global labels. Perfect for that terrifying last minute wardrobe malfunction, or simply to source fresh, seasonal produce.

Church Street


With an approved $2.7 million upgrade promising to provide Bayside locals with a further recreational hub, Hurlingham Park’s reputation as a premier amenity within the community is set to skyrocket.

Beneath brightly coloured shade sails, the two children’s playgrounds are constantly alive with the giddy squeals of little ones, clamouring from one end to the other, while parents sit with neighbours smiling at the youthful joy that comes from the dizzying joy of park-time frivolities.

4 Francis Street


While there is the constant appeal of seafaring, pulling the yacht from the mariner might become a little bothersome day in and out.

On those days when you crave dry land, you’ll be spoilt for transport choice. While the nearby North Brighton Station offers the promise of a dry and easy escape route, the convenience of the Nepean Highway’s proximity adds yet another element of appeal to life at Bateau.


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