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Melbourne's sensational cityscape is dotted with interesting architecture, including statuesque Art Deco buildings, neoclassical facades and contemporary towers.
Southern Cross Lane - Landmarks & notable buildings - MELBOURNE

Southern Cross Lane

113-149 Exhibition Street, Melbourne
One of Melbourne’s newest lanes, Southern Cross Lane name checks the former Southern Cross Hotel, whose celebrity guests included the Beatles in 1964.
Southern Cross Station - Landmarks & notable buildings - DOCKLANDS

Southern Cross Station

85-161 Spencer Street, Docklands
Melbourne’s busy bus and train transport hub, Southern Cross Station was completed in 2006 and has won many awards for its distinctive wavy roof.
St Michael's Uniting Church - Landmarks & notable buildings - MELBOURNE

St Michael's Uniting Church

120 Collins Street, Melbourne
St Michael's Uniting Church is notable for its striking architecture, contemporary outlook and wellbeing programs.
St Patrick's Cathedral - Landmarks & notable buildings - EAST MELBOURNE

St Patrick's Cathedral

2-60 Cathedral Place, East Melbourne
Built from bluestone and sandstone, St Patrick’s Cathedral is a leading example of Gothic-revival architecture, built in stages between 1858 and 1940.
St Paul's Cathedral - Landmarks & notable buildings - MELBOURNE

St Paul's Cathedral

198-206 Flinders Street, Melbourne
Opposite Federation Square, on Melbourne's busiest intersection, the neo-Gothic St Paul’s Cathedral is a Melbourne landmark, built between 1880 and 1931.
State Library Victoria - Museums & libraries - MELBOURNE

State Library Victoria

328 Swanston Street, Melbourne
State Library Victoria has CLOSED all public spaces and cancelled or postponed upcoming Library programs until 30 June 2020, in response to coronavirus.
The Block Arcade - Landmarks & notable buildings - MELBOURNE

The Block Arcade

280-292 Collins Street, Melbourne
With mosaic-tile flooring, a glass canopy and carved stone, the Block Arcade is one of the finest examples of a 19th-century shopping arcade on the planet.
The Capitol - Cinemas - MELBOURNE

The Capitol

Level 1
113 Swanston Street, Melbourne
An extraordinary cinema, with ceilings indirectly lit in four colours, The Capitol (formerly the Capitol Theatre) was designed by Walter Burley Griffin and Marion Mahony Griffin in ornate Chicago-gothic style.
The Greek Centre - Landmarks & notable buildings - MELBOURNE

The Greek Centre

166-170 Lonsdale Street, Melbourne
The Greek Centre for Contemporary Culture (operated by The Greek Community of Melbourne), houses four levels dedicated to the interests of all Greek Australians.
The Melbourne Club - Landmarks & notable buildings - MELBOURNE

The Melbourne Club

36 Collins Street, Melbourne
The Melbourne Club building is of architectural significance as a rare intact example of a nineteenth-century clubhouse. It was built in 1858 in the Victorian Renaissance style.

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