10 Melbourne Streets To Experience Liveliness & Delicious Food
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Streets In Melbourne

1. Bourke Street
2. Spring Street
3. Russell Street
4. Swanston Street
5. Little Bourke Street
6. Lonsdale Street
7. Elizabeth Street
8. Exhibition Street
9. La Trobe Street
10. Flinders Street

The Melbourne streets are very well decorated with vast boulevards, tiny lanes, and alternating streets laid out perfectly in the north and south grid. Forming a part of the Hoddle Grid, all these streets make it easy for people to commute from one place to another due to their excellent tram services. Each of these streets features artisan outlets, funky bars, vintage shops, and a variety of food and dining options.

Some of the notable streets in Melbourne that attract tourists throughout the year are Bourke Street, Flinders Street, Russell Street, Exhibition Street, and much more. You can wander along Bourke Street to spot famous places, like Fancy Hank’s, Heroes, and Madame Brussels, or shop your heart out at the famous Bourke Street Mall. Visitors can also use Flinders Street to travel in or around Melbourne as it houses the fundamental suburban rail network through the Flinders railway station. Therefore, each of the streets in Melbourne has something to offer, and it can only be discovered by visiting them.

Here are some of the streets in Melbourne:

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Bourke Street

  • Located in the heart of the Hoddle Grid, Bourke Street is one of the most popular Melbourne streets.
  • It provides innumerable dining and shopping options . 
  • Some of the most prominent places in Melbourne are Madame Brussels, Heroes, and Fancy Hank’s.
  •  On this street, you will discover numerous tram services, vast pavements, and the famous pedestrianized Bourke Street Mall.
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Spring Street

  • It is situated in the central business district of Melbourne.
  • Spring Street is a fundamental street that is regarded as the conventional seat of the Government of Victoria. 
  • This street is very well known for its beautiful Victorian architecture, which consists of the Windsor Hotel, Melbourne Parliament House, the Princess Theater, and the Old Treasury Building.
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Russell Street

  • This street consists of some of the best restaurants in the world, like Heartbreaker, Izakaya Den, China Bar, Stalactites, and Shujinko. 
  • Russell Street is dotted with big trees and it houses several noteworthy buildings and public amenities, like RMIT University, QV Village, and Grand Hyatt Hotel.
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Swanston Street

  • The street remains crowded throughout the year as it is the busiest tram corridor in the world, hence you will find it difficult to walk on this street.
  •  Swanston Street features delightful eateries, frequent tram services, and the best bike lane in Melbourne. It also contains the Curtin House, which is an entire micro-city in an amusing building. 
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Little Bourke Street

  • Little Bourke Street is one of the other Melbourne streets that is renowned for curbing the hunger of its visitors with tasty foods.
  • It is a one-way street that houses Chinatown in Melbourne. 
  • There are many shops, cafes, restaurants, and bars on Little Bourke Street that you will not have enough time to visit all these attractions. 
  • The only disadvantage of this street is that there are no tram services on the street but only a very narrow footpath that makes it difficult for people to navigate.
  • The street also consists of prominent stores like Coach, Furla, Michael Kors, Mulberry, and Ted Baker.
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Lonsdale Street

  • Lonsdale Street was formerly not the most famous street as it is now as it was once the capital of the red-light district in Melbourne that houses dens of iniquity, gangsters, sly grog, and the ladies of the night.
  • The street is home to several office buildings, shopping centers, churches, restaurants, and legal precincts and courthouses of the State of Victoria. All the primary bus routes run along this street with the predominant services to the Eastern suburbs.
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Elizabeth Street

  • Elizabeth Street is one of the Melbourne streets that is thought to be named after governor Richard Bourke’s wife. 
  • This street is well-known for its retail shopping precinct, especially for cameras and motorcycles. 
  • Elizabeth Street is also very well connected to fundamental shopping and tourist destinations like Bourke Street Mall, Emporium Melbourne, Melbourne Central Shopping Center, Melbourne’s GPO, and Queen Victoria Market.
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Exhibition Street

  • Exhibition Street got its name after the International Exhibition that took place at the Royal Exhibition Building in 1880. 
  • Stretching out as a part of the Hoddle Grid, the street offers some astounding gems, like 1806, MissChu, and Secret Kitchen, which sells some of the delicious yum cha. 
  • You will find the Comedy Theater and Her Majesty’s Theater on this street. It is home to some of the tallest buildings and skyscrapers in Melbourne, such as Cooper’s Inn Pub, The Herald and Weekly Times Building, Reserve Bank of Australia building, Marriott Hotel, Australia Post Headquarters, Ernst and Young Tower, and many more. 
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La Trobe Street

  • Among the streets in Melbourne, La Trobe Street is the primary street and thoroughfare in the heart of Melbourne.
  • It is an extension of the original Hoddle Grid that offers a number of precincts and private and public spaces terminating at Victoria Harbor in the Docklands. 
  • Flagstaff Garden is one of the renowned attractions on La Trobe Street, and numerous tram services make it easy for people to commute from one place to another.
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Flinders Street

  • Running parallel to the Yarra River, Flinders Street got its name after the explorer Matthew Flinders. 
  • The street extends eastwards towards Spring Street and the Treasury Gardens and westwards to Melbourne’s Docklands. 
  • You will find the Flinders railway station on this street, which is the central station in the suburban rail network of Melbourne. 
  • People are attracted to this street due to its heavy-hitting residents, like Immigration Museum, ACMI, the Forum, Fed Square, and the Ian Potter Center.
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People Also Ask About Melbourne

  1. Which are the best streets in Melbourne?

    1. Smith Street
    2. Degraves Street
    3. Carlisle Street
    4. Brunswick and Johnston Streets
    5. Acland Street Village
    6. Sydney Road
    7. Chapel Street
    8. Barkly Street
    9. High Street
    10. Bourke Street
  2. What is the best time to visit Melbourne?

    The best time to visit Melbourne and roam along Melbourne streets is between December and March, i.e., during the summer season. During this time, the weather remains warm and pleasant to go sightseeing and indulge in different kinds of activities. Several significant events also occur in Melbourne during this time, such as the Australian Grand Prix, the Australian Grand Slam Open, and the Boxing Day Test Cricket Match.
  3. Which is the most popular street in Melbourne?

    Bourke Street is one of the most popular streets in Melbourne. Situated in the heart of the Hoddle Grid, it is the prime location for shopping and dining, such as Madame Brussels, Heroes, and Fancy Hank’s. There are plentiful trams, vast pavements, pedestrianized Bourke Street Mall, and easy navigation.
  4. What is special about Melbourne?

    Melbourne is a special city for its liveliness, graffitied Melbourne streets, cultural diversity, delicious coffee, and seaside location. People are attracted to this lively city as there are innumerable public transportation options, numerous jobs, and low crime rates. It also provides an easy-going lifestyle, world-class universities, and awesome arts and culture scenery.
  5. How to reach Melbourne?

    1. By Flight: Melbourne is very well connected to the different parts of the world through Tullamarine Melbourne Airport. This airport receives both domestic and international flights from other parts or beyond the boundaries of the country.

    2. By Train: To reach Melbourne, you can board a train from any of the Australian cities. Melbourne features a great country link to Sydney and overland links to Perth and Adelaide from Flinders Street Station.

    3. By Bus: You can also take interstate and regional buses to travel to and from Melbourne. Flinders Street is the fundamental bus station in Melbourne that serves both in and around the city.
  6. How many days are enough to explore Melbourne?

    A minimum of five to seven days are enough to explore Melbourne and capture some of the breathtaking views of the city. Within this time frame, you can go sightseeing and indulge in significant activities that will make your journey enjoyable in Melbourne.
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