Neighbourhood Guide


West Side, Vancouver

Adorned with incredible amenities and spoiled with it’s central location, Cambie is one of those “must live in” neighbourhoods.

Home to Queen Elizabeth Park, the highest point in Vancouver.

Superior transit, shopping and dining mixed in with incredible amenities, makes this centrally located community top notch.

Running from West 16th Avenue to West 41st Avenue, the Cambie Corridore is peppered with everything from boutique shops, incredible restaurants, massive parks, top rated medical facilities and it’s own mini mountain at Queen Elizabeth Park. There’s really nothing that’s missing in Cambie.

On The Map

Cambie is located on the west side of Vancouver and bordered by Main, Fairview, South Cambie and Oakridge.


The wealth of available green space is simply outstanding.

The beautifully manicured Queen Elizabeth Park is the second-most visited park in Vancouver and boasts some of the best views in the city.

This massive park offers a pitch and putt course, tennis courts, lawn bowling and much more.  At the pinnacle of the park lies the incredible Bloedel Conservatory

Locals can get out and play in  Douglas Park and Riley Park, both with a large list of amenities on hand like baseball, field hockey, jogging, soccer, football & dog walking (37th and Oak) – the list is endless.


At the heart of the community is Hillcrest Centre, one of the venus of the 2010 Olympics.

Douglas Park Community Centre, the Canada Line transit and the BC Children's Hospital also make the headlines in the neighbourhood.

Hillcrest Community Centre, the curling venue to the 2010 Winter Olympic, is a world-class facility featuring an NHL sized skating rink, dance centre, indoor pool, fitness centre and an outdoor playground. aquatic and fitness centres.  It’s next door neighourhood, Nat Bailey Stadium, is home to the minor league baseball team, The Vancouver Canadians.  Make sure to catch a nooner game! Douglas Park Community Centre features a full range of cardio equipment, free weights and much more. 

Whether your in the profession or need to be close to medial care, Cambie has you covered.  The BC Children’s Hospital, BC Women’s Hospital and Health Centre are nearby and ready to help. If you opt not to drive or need to commute, the Cambie corridor is home to the Canada Line (another big perk from the 2010 Olympics), is an underground rapid transit line that can take you to the Vancouver International Airport (south) or waterfront station in the downtown core (north).


Cambie Village, which extends from 16th Ave to King Edward, is the hub of local shops, services, groceries & more.

From organic groceries at Choices to delicious Italian fine dining, locals wide array of choices, and it's all within walking distance.

Cambie Village is literally peppered with unique local shops, services and ethnic eats. Choices Market is your go to for organics, baked goods & day-to-day staples. Quaint coffee shops, trendy restaurants, delicious baked goods, specialty shops and small eateries – residents have a myriad of options at their fingertips.

The south west corner of the community overlooks the new & exciting redevelopment of Oakridge Centre. This amazing development will soon to be a major retail, residential and cultural hub in the heart of the city.

Learn more about the Cambie Village shopping district. →

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