As I mentioned in one of my previous posts, one of the things I loved about Melbourne is how it lives and breathes culture and art. You only have to take a stroll around the CBD to come across dozens of street murals bringing life and colour to this already eclectic city. The local government recognises the importance of street art in contributing to a vibrant culture and so allow certain designated areas for artists to paint.
To see some of Melbourne’s best street art, head to the following locations:
- AC/DC Lane and Duckboard Place
- Hosier and Rutledge lanes
- Centre Place
- Flinders Court
- Union Lane
- Presgrave Place
- Russell Place
- Croft Alley
- Stevenson and Tattersalls lanes
- Drewery and Sniders lanes
- Caledonian Lane
- Corner 361 Little Bourke Street and Rankins Lane
- Finlay Lane
- Behind corner of Queen and Franklin streets
- Blender Lane
To view a street map of where to find these locations, visit the website www.thatsmelbourne.com.au
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