Glenferrie Road
Glenferrie Road is a major north–south thoroughfare in Melbourne, Australia. It runs from Kew to Malvern, and includes major shopping districts at both Hawthorn and Malvern. Tram route 16 runs along...
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King Street, Perth
King Street is located in the CBD of Perth, Western Australia. The street has a very European feel with its early 20th century, low-rise architecture and restored facades.Commonly known locally as the...
Burke Road, Melbourne
Burke Road is a major north-south thoroughfare in Melbourne, Australia. It runs from Ivanhoe to Caulfield and includes the major shopping district at Camberwell. Burke Road was originally known as B...
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Smith Street, Darwin
Smith Street is a major street in the Darwin Central Business district of Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia. Smith Street is named after A. H. Smith who was the first surveyor in charge of party n...
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Chapel Street, Melbourne
Chapel Street is a shopping, dining and entertainment precinct in Melbourne, Australia. It has myriad shops ranging from exclusive upmarket fashion designers at the South Yarra end to old fashion pawn...
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Kingsway, Glen Waverley
Kingsway is a shopping, dining and entertainment precinct in the suburb of Glen Waverley, Melbourne, Australia, with strong Asian influences.Along Kingsway are two major shopping centres, The Glen Sho...
Rundle Street, Adelaide
Rundle Street is a street in the East End of Adelaide, South Australia. It runs from Pulteney Street in the west to East Terrace, where it becomes Rundle Road. (A separate Rundle Street continues from...
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Pitt Street Mall
Pitt Street Mall is the pedestrianised section of Pitt Street in the Sydney central business district, Australia. Located between Market Street and King Street, it is one block long and is one of Aust...
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Salamanca Place
147°19′55″E / 42.88667°S 147.33194°E / -42.88667; 147.33194Salamanca Place is a precinct of Hobart, the capital city of the state of Tasmania.Salamanca Place itself consists o...
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Brunswick Street, Melbourne
Brunswick Street is a street in inner northern Melbourne, known for cafés, live music venues and alternative fashion shops.
Brunswick Street runs north-south through the inner northern Melbourne s...
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City Walk, Canberra
City Walk is a paved outdoor pedestrian area in Civic, Canberra. It was formed by the closure to traffic of Alinga Street between East Row in the east (at the City Bus Interchange) and Binara Street (...
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Bridge Road, Melbourne
Bridge Road is a major shopping strip in Melbourne, Australia. It is best known for its abundance of clothing factory outlets, which makes it a popular tourist attraction. There are also many stores o...
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Rundle Mall
Rundle Mall in the Adelaide city centre is the premier retail area of South Australia. It was opened as Australia's first pedestrian street mall in September 1976 by closing the section of Rundle Stre...
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Queen Street Mall
153°01′30.72″E / 27.4696000°S 153.0252000°E / -27.4696000; 153.0252000The Queen Street Mall is a pedestrian mall located on Queen Street in the centre of Brisbane, Queensland,...
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Smith Street, Melbourne
Smith Street is a street in inner northern Melbourne.
Smith Street runs north-south from Victoria Parade at its southernmost end to Queens Parade. Between Victoria Parade and Alexandra Parade, it ...
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Collins Street, Melbourne
Collins Street is a major street in the central Melbourne running approximately east to west. It is notable as Melbourne's traditional main street and best known street. It is also often regarded as ...
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Bourke Street, Melbourne
Bourke Street is one of Melbourne's best known streets. Historically been regarded as Melbourne's "second street", with the main street being Collins Street and "busier than Bourke Street" is a popul...
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Swanston Street, Melbourne
Swanston Street is a major thoroughfare in the centre of Melbourne, Australia. It is historically one of the main streets of central Melbourne, laid out in 1837 as part of the Hoddle Grid, the layout ...
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Sydney Road, Melbourne
Sydney Road (in its northernmost part also known as the Hume Highway) is a major urban arterial in the northern suburbs of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.
Sydney Road starts at the northern end of...
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Castlereagh Street, Sydney
Castlereagh Street is a major north-south street in the centre of Sydney's central business district.
Castlereagh Street runs from Hunter Street in the north to Hay Street, near Belmore Park, in...
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Little Collins Street, Melbourne
Little Collins Street is a minor street in the central business district (CBD) of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.The street runs parallel to and to the north of Collins Street and as a narrow one way ...
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Glen Huntly Road, Melbourne
Glen Huntly Road is an historically known main road in Melbourne, Victoria. It starts at Beach Road, Elwood, runs east-west through Elsternwick, Caulfield, Glen Huntly and ends in Carnegie.Glen Huntly...
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