Route 2, Melbourne
Yarra Scenic Drive is a tourist drive following the Yarra River. The route traverses approximately 60 km from Warrandyte - where the Yarra diverts from any thoroughfares - to Williamstown - where...
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Fitzroy Street, Melbourne
Fitzroy Street is a street in the Melbourne suburb of St Kilda, which enjoys great popularity as a recreational area, mainly due to its many restaurants and its proximity to the entertainment areas al...
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Lygon Street, Melbourne
Lygon Street is a street in inner northern Melbourne, Australia running through the suburbs of Carlton, Carlton North, Princes Hill and Brunswick East. Lygon Street's name has become synonymous with I...
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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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Hoddle Highway
Hoddle Highway is an urban highway in Melbourne linking CityLink and the Eastern Freeway, and allotted metropolitan route 29. The name "Hoddle Highway" is unknown to most drivers, who refer instead t...
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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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Metropolitan Route 40, Melbourne
The State (Bell/Springvale) Highway, also known as Route 40 or the Bell / Springvale State Highway, is the longest urban highway in Melbourne (other than the Princes Highway) linking Tullamarine Freew...
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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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High Street, Melbourne
There are several High Streets in Melbourne, Australia, but the two best known are:
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Little Lonsdale Street, Melbourne
Little Lonsdale Street is located in the centre of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. A part of the Hoddle Grid, it runs roughly east-west. North of Lonsdale Street and south of La Trobe Street, Little L...
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Royal Parade, Melbourne
Royal Parade is a major urban road in Victoria, Australia, linking Melbourne City to Brunswick and the northern suburbs. It is the site of major educational and sporting facilities as well as several ...
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Maroondah Highway
Maroondah Highway (also known as Whitehorse Road from Balwyn to Croydon), is a major east-west thoroughfare in the eastern suburbs of Melbourne and a highway servicing the lower alpine region Victoria...
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Hoddle Grid
The Hoddle Grid is the layout of the streets in the centre of the central business district of Melbourne. Named after its designer, Robert Hoddle, the grid was laid out in 1837, and later extended. It...
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Banana Alley
The Banana Alley Vaults are near the Flinders Street Station in Melbourne, Australia and extend onto the North Bank of the Yarra River.Built in 1891–92, they were originally known as the Viaduct Build...
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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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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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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...
St Kilda Junction
144°58′55″E / 37.855°S 144.982°E / -37.855; 144.982St Kilda Junction is a major intersection in Melbourne, Australia. It is located in the suburb of St Kilda, bordering Winds...
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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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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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La Trobe Street, Melbourne
La Trobe Street (also Latrobe Street) is a major street in the central business district of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. It runs roughly from east to west and forms the northern boundary of the CB...
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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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Springvale Junction
Springvale Junction, better known as Spaghetti Junction, is a particularly notorious road intersection in Melbourne. It is situated on the boundary of the suburbs of Mulgrave and Springvale.
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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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Grey Street, Melbourne
There are 14 Grey Streets in metropolitan Melbourne, but by far the best-known is Grey Street in St Kilda, once a grand residential street but now with a reputation as a centre of prostitution.Grey St...
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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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