Acupuncture Moonee Ponds

Emperor’s Acupuncture & Integrative Medicine Clinic is located in the heart of Moonee Ponds.  There is free car parking nearby and it’s only a short walk from Moonee Ponds train station.

Providing Acupuncture to Moonee Ponds Residents

We treat using acupuncture.

Where is Emperor’s Acupuncture Located?

We are located in our modern clinic in suite 5, 8 Eddy Street, Moonee Ponds directly opposite the Coles car park.  We are on the first floor so just ring the buzzer to be let in.  Once in you will take the lift or the stairs up to the clinic.

Who Are the Main Acupuncturists/Chinese Medicine Doctors?

Dr Sandra Wu and Dr Jesse Georgiadis are both Doctors of Chinese medicine registered with the Chinese Medicine Health Board and with private health funds for extras rebates on acupuncture. They are members of the Australian Traditional Medicine Society.

In addition, Jesse and Sandra have a combined experience of over 20,000 patient visits behind them.

More Acupuncture & Chinese Medicine Information

You can find a lot more information on who we are, what we do and how we can help you at emperorsacupuncture.com.au.

How to Get to Our Moonee Ponds Clinic

You can drive and park for free in the Coles car park opposite our clinic or you can catch the train to Moonee Ponds train station.  To help you with that, here is the Moonee Ponds train timetable.

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About Moonee Ponds

  • Moonee Ponds has a population of around 14,000.
  • The main shopping precinct is in Puckle Street, Moonee Ponds.
  • However, Moonee Ponds is famously known as the residence of Dame Edna Everage (there’s even a street named Everage in her honour).
  • Queens Park is the largest park in Moonee Ponds.
  • To sum up go here to see more Moonee Ponds information.

Things to Do In Moonee Ponds

If you’re visiting our clinic, here are the top things our patients do and see afterwards.

Queens Park

Formerly used as a resting spot during the Gold Rush, Queens Park is one of the largest parks in Moonee Ponds.  It has rose gardens, sunken gardens and water features, ducks, turtles, playgrounds and marks the start of a heritage trail.

 

Moonee Ponds Festivals

There are a number of fun festivals and events for you to attend including Music in the Valley, Cultural Diversity Week and the very popular Winter Festival.

Restaurants

Moonee Ponds is packed with great restaurants.  Some of the restaurants our patients love the most include Khao San Road, Chiba Japanese and Carosello.

Spas & Fitness

Moonee Ponds has many great spa and fitness businesses including: Endota Spa, Venus Day Spa, Studio 3, Collective Fitness, Anytime Fitness.

Moonee Ponds Clocktower Centre (est 1880)

What is now a 500 seat venue for the performing arts for musical theatre, ballet and concerts used to be the Essendon and Flemington Mechanics Institute.  After that for a time it was used as the town hall.

 

Shopping

Puckle Street, Moonee Ponds is the main shopping precinct.  It’s full of interesting and trendy little shops, cafes, coffee houses and restaurants. There’s also Moonee Ponds Central which houses more of the major and chain stores.

 

Marybyrnong Park

Situated on the boarder of Moonee Ponds and the Marybyrnong River, this is a popular spot for walkers to enjoy the green and the water. It’s also the home of the Boathouse Restaurant.

 

Moonee Valley Racecourse

Established in 1883, it’s the second largest racecourse in Melbourne hosting thoroughbreds and harness racing.  It is home to the Cox Plate and has even had Phar Lap grace its lush green track.

The Courthouse Museum

This quaint building was built in 1890 and used as a court house up until 1974.  Now it contains memorabilia from Moonee Ponds and hosts events including second-hand book sales, fundraisers and heritage talks.

 

More About Moonee Ponds

Moonee Ponds is a suburb located in the city of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. Here are some key details about Moonee Ponds:

  1. Location: Moonee Ponds is situated approximately 7 kilometers north-west of the Melbourne central business district (CBD).

  2. Local Government Area: It falls within the jurisdiction of the City of Moonee Valley, a local government area in Melbourne.

  3. History: The area has a rich history, with European settlement dating back to the 1830s. It was named after Moonee Ponds Creek, which runs through the suburb.

  4. Amenities and Facilities: Moonee Ponds offers a mix of residential, commercial, and recreational spaces. The suburb features a variety of shops, cafes, restaurants, and parks. The Moonee Valley Racecourse, a well-known horse racing venue, is also located in the area.

  5. Transportation: Moonee Ponds is well-connected in terms of transportation. It has its own railway station, providing easy access to the city center. Additionally, there are bus services and major roads that facilitate convenient travel within and around the suburb.

  6. Real Estate: The suburb has a mix of housing types, including period-style homes, apartments, and modern townhouses. The real estate market in Moonee Ponds can vary, with some areas experiencing high demand due to its proximity to amenities and public transport.

  7. Education: Moonee Ponds is home to various educational institutions, including primary and secondary schools, providing educational options for residents.

  8. Culture and Recreation: Residents of Moonee Ponds can enjoy cultural and recreational activities, with local parks, shopping precincts, and community events adding to the vibrancy of the area.

  9. Demographics: The population of Moonee Ponds is diverse, with a mix of families, young professionals, and individuals from various cultural backgrounds.

It’s always a good idea to check for the latest information and updates, as communities can evolve over time. If you have specific questions or need more recent information, consider checking with local authorities or community resources in Moonee Ponds.