Melbourne's famous laneways are buzzing with shopping arcades, street art, cafes, bars and boutiques, all with their own individual character and charm.
Degraves Street and Centre Place
Loved equally by tourists and locals alike, this iconic Melbourne laneway is packed with tiny shops, hole-in-the-wall cafes and Euro-style restaurants.
Melbourne's most iconic street art laneway draws throngs of tourists, with every centimetre covered in a colourful riot of murals.
The Nicholas Building
Known as a ‘vertical laneway’, this heritage building is home to an eclectic selection of small businesses and attractions.
A range of independent designers are tucked into shoebox-sized stores in Manchester Lane, from fashion to footwear.
The go-to for men's grooming products, stocking leading brands from around the world.
Wax Museum Records
A wide range of new and used vinyl, CDs, tapes and music-inspired clothing.
Oldest covered shopping walkway in Australia, known for its giant clock that chimes every hour.
The Block Arcade
A lavish 19th century shopping arcade featuring an impressive mosaic floor.
The Walk Arcade
Walk the Walk Arcade to find unique jewellery, gifts, accessories, homewares and more.
Arcades and lanes walk
Discover Melbourne’s laneways, little streets, arcades, cafe society and fascinating shops.
Melbourne laneways are filled street art murals, stencils, paste-ups and mixed media.
Walks and itineraries
These walks and itineraries will help you discover Melbourne's best sights and attractions.
Eau de Vie
A bar with liquid nitrogen cocktails, tasting menus, plus a secret lounge hidden behind a bookcase.
Pint-sized bar serving only classic cocktails, with the menu changing weekly.
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Attractions and sights
Explore Melbourne's attractions, from laneways and street art to lush parks and grand galleries.
Encouraging an appreciation of Greece’s cultural legacy in Melbourne.