Malls and Arcades

Malls and Arcades and Trendy areas can be found all over the City of Melbourne and include classical shopping street areas of Chapel street, Bourke street, Collins street etc. The Block Arcade & Royal Arcades are the Oldest & Grandest of all the Malls & Arcades. Because Malls & Arcades have very unique shops which may not be found at other places makes these an interesting place to visit. The Malls & Arcades also have a very significant Victorian Era style and are therefore listed on the Victorian Heritage register.



Malls and Arcades (Trendy streets)

Highlights
How to get there
Melway Ref
Bourke street Mall,
Melbourne
Is in the city centre and there’s so much to do here. Go to the city David Jones & Myer stores, see the GPO boutique shops, or sit around the Bourke street benches and watch the busker's & street performers do their magic.
Trams 1, 3, 5, 6, 8, 16, 64, 67, 72 on Swanston street & Tram 19, 57 and 59 on Elizabeth street, Melbourne or
Trams 86, 95, 96 on Bourke street, Melbourne
Mel Ref 1B L5
Chapel street, South Yarra.
Famous for the designer clothes & cafes the whole street from Windsor to South Yarra has something to offer to everyone taste. Boutique Fashion Strip shopping of Melbourne.
Trams 78, 79 run on Chapel st, take the Sandringham, Frankston, Cranbourne or Pakenham line trains & get down on South Yarra station & walk down from there
Mel Ref 2L J 5 to J 9
Burke road, Camberwell
A cool shopping area with trendy shops.
Take Alamein, Lilydale or Belgrave line trains, get down on Camberwell station and walk down southwards.
Mel Ref 45 J 12
Lygon street, Carlton
Hub of Italian restaurants, shops Lygon Court Shopping Plaza.
Tram 1 & 8 running on Lygon street, Carlton
Mel Ref 2B F & G 8
Sydney road, Brunswick
Restaurants & cafes, Alternative Lifestyle.
Tram 19 which run on Sydney road, Brunswick.
Mel Ref 29 G8
Bridge road, Richmond
Factory outlets with discount fashion shops all along both sides of Bridge road, between Church Street & Punt Road, Richmond.
Tram 48, 75 from Flinders street and get down at Bridge street, Richmond up to Church Street. Richmond.
Mel Ref 2G H6
Smith street, Collingwood
This is a fairly laid back area with Alternative Lifestyle and Adidas, Nike & other sports factory outlets & shops.
Take tram 86 to Smith street from Flinders street. This tram runs from Elizabeth street terminal.
Mel Ref 2C D9
Brunswick street, Fitzroy
This is also a fairly laid back area with Alternative Lifestyle, with Bohemian cafes & stores
Tram 112
Mel Ref 2C A8
Maling road, Canterbury
Quaint little shopping strip with mostly cafes
Take Lilydale or Belgrave line trains, get down at Canterbury station and it’s a short walk.
Mel Ref 46 D 11
Toorak road, Toorak
Known mostly for it’s trendy designer shops with Tok-H shopping centre and restaurants
Take the Sandringham, Frankston, Cranbourne or Pakenham line trains & get down on South Yarra station & catch tram 8 which runs on Toorak road
Mel Ref 2M D6
Glenferrie road, Hawthorn
Mixed business, cafes, clothes shop & book shops etc
Take Alamein, Lilydale or Belgrave line trains, get down at Glenferrie station and it’s a short walk.
Mel Ref 45 D 10
Royal Arcade
355 Bourke street, Melbourne
This is Melbourne’s oldest shopping arcade with a graceful elegance about it.
Tram 86, 95, 96 on Bourke street, Melbourne
Mel Ref 1B L6
The Block Arcade, 280-286 Collins street, Melbourne
This is the grandest arcade with giant ceiling murals and mosaic floors. The block is famous for the arcades.
Tram 31, 42, 109, 112 on Collins street, Melbourne
Mel Ref 1B L7
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