Lanes and arcades of Melbourne
The lanes and arcades of Melbourne, Australia, have collectively become culturally important.The Melbourne central business district's numerous lanes mostly date to the Victorian era and as a result ...
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List of lanes and arcades in Melbourne city centre
The following is a list of lanes and arcades in Melbourne, Australia.
ACDC Lane
ACDC Lane is a street in Melbourne. It is a short, narrow laneway, running south from Flinders Lane between Exhibition Street and Russell Street in the central business district of Melbourne.The stree...
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Bank Place, Melbourne
Bank Place is a street in Melbourne, Victoria. It is a short, narrow laneway, running south from Little Collins Street between Queen Street and William Street in the central business district of Melbo...
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Bligh Place, Melbourne
Bligh Place is a street in Melbourne, Victoria. It is a short, quiet and narrow open laneway, running north from Flinders Lane between Elizabeth Street and Queen Street in the central business distric...
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Block Arcade, Melbourne
Block Arcade is a heritage shopping arcade in the central business district of Melbourne, Victoria. Melbourne's Golden Mile heritage walk runs through the arcade.The arcade proper is L-shaped, connect...
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Block Place, Melbourne
Block Place is a street in Melbourne. It is a short, narrow partially covered laneway, running south from Little Collins Street between Swanston Street and Elizabeth Street in the central business dis...
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Caledonian Lane, Melbourne
Caledonian Lane is a street in Melbourne. It is a short, quiet and narrow (4 metre wide) open laneway, running between Little Bourke Street and Lonsdale Street in the central business district of Mel...
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Cathedral Arcade, Melbourne
Cathedral Arcade is a heritage shopping arcade in Melbourne, Victoria. It forms a short, narrow laneway, connecting Swanston Street to Flinders Lane in the central business district of Melbourne. It ...
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Causeway Lane, Melbourne
Causeway Lane (also known as The Causeway) is a street in Melbourne, Victoria. It is a short, quiet and narrow open laneway, running between Bourke Street Mall and Little Collins Street between Elizab...
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Centre Place, Melbourne
Centre Place is a busy laneway and arcade in the Melbourne CBD, Australia. It runs between Flinders Lane and Collins Street. The laneway is home to several vibrant bars, cafes, restaurants, boutiques,...
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Corporation Lane, Melbourne
In the City of Melbourne, Australia, many minor laneways are given the default name "Corporation Lane". Often these laneways do not appear in street directories. Some have been renamed to something no...
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Degraves Street, Melbourne
Degraves Street is a street in Melbourne, Victoria. It is named after Charles and William Degraves, pioneer merchants who settled in Melbourne from Hobart, Tasmania in 1849. William Degraves (1821–18...
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Flinders Lane, Melbourne
Flinders Lane is a minor street in the central business district of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. The street runs parallel to and to the north of Flinders Street and as a narrow one way lane takes o...
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Hardware Lane, Melbourne
Hardware Lane is a small lane in the Melbourne CBD, Australia. It runs roughly north-south between Bourke Street and Little Lonsdale Street. Restaurants and ski shops are located on the street, as we...
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Hosier Lane, Melbourne
Hosier Lane is a bluestone cobbled vehicular and pedestrian laneway on the southern edge of the central city grid of Melbourne, Australia. Hosier lane is a much celebrated landmark in Melbourne mainl...
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Howey Place, Melbourne
Howey Place, formerly known as "Cole's Walk" is a shopping arcade in Melbourne, Victoria. It is a short, narrow covered laneway, running south from Little Collins Street between Swanston Street and El...
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Niagara Lane, Melbourne
Niagara Lane is a small lane in the Melbourne CBD, Australia.It runs roughly north-south between Lonsdale Street and Little Bourke Street. The lane is named after the Niagara buildings, early 20th ce...
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McKillop Street, Melbourne
McKillop Street is a street in Melbourne, Victoria. It is a short, quiet and narrow open laneway, running between Bourke Street and Little Collins Street between Queen Street and Elizabeth Street in t...
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Melbourne GPO
Melbourne's GPO is a shopping arcade situated inside the former Victorian-era Melbourne General Post Office (GPO) building located on the corner of Elizabeth and Bourke Street in the centre of Melbour...
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Royal Arcade, Melbourne
Royal Arcade is a heritage shopping arcade in the central business district of Melbourne, Victoria. Originally constructed in 1869, the arcade connects Little Collins Street to the Bourke Street Mall...
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