The Faces of Greythorn Statues
The history of Greythorn comes alive with the installation of six iconic statues which chronicle the development of this unique precinct nestled within North Balwyn.
From the 1900s when the area was a highly productive citrus orchard, to being home to a violet farm, a koala sanctuary and where in the 1950s the highly fashionable women of Greythorn made a name for themselves with their high fashion, couture and coiffures, Greythorn has grown into a thriving shopping and community hub. It has attracted families from all of the world wanting to live in this prized location in Melbourne’s inner eastern leafy suburbs.
Take a journey of discovery along the Greythorn Central shopping strip and meet the six statues which represent the Faces of Greythorn over the ages. Let each statue introduce themselves to you and give you something to think about of relevance to you and the Greythorn community.
Pictured in sculptor Shlomit Moria’s studio with a couple of the statues are from left: Greythorn Traders Association committee member Paula Monaco, Project researcher Ann Carew, Greythorn Traders Association President Gabriele Crema, Shlomit, Greythorn Traders Association Secretary Rita Alessio and Greythorn Marketing Coordinator and Project Lead Yolanda Torrisi.
For more information contact Yolanda Torrisi, Marketing Coordinator | Greythorn Shopping Centre. Mobile: +61 412 261 870. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org