Who would have thought that those hidden, rustic, cobblestone alleys would become one of Melbourne’s most unique, iconic, and indeed famous attractions?
These laneways add tons of character to Melbourne’s cultural heritage. Instead of passing them yet again on your regular morning commute into the office, why not spend a day exploring these spaces, enjoying some of the best shopping and food our great city has to offer?
Le Garage offers tourists and locals alike premiere CBD parking at astounding discounted rates. Why not visit the city one Saturday or Sunday to explore?
Weekend CBD parking rates drop to just $10 when you pre-book online!
You must find time to walk along Melbourne’s popular Centre Place!
It’s filled with various cafes, restaurants, sushi bars, boutiques, and more.
Nestled between Flinders Lane and Collins Street, and just a few metres east from Elizabeth Street, Centre Place has drawn attention because of its unique artistic expression found on the vibrant and colourful graffiti murals.
Food lovers who are up for a great gastronomical experience will delight in a small alley filled with lots of super cool bars and restaurants, and an all-round awesome vibe.
If you’re a fan of street art, listen up: Hosier Lane is quintessentially Melbourne’s home of iconic and vibrant urban art.
Local and international artists have been known to share unique and colourful artwork on the walls of this unique laneway.
Enjoy the artistry, creativity, and design of as you stroll up and down the lane.
Find Hosier Lane between Flinders Lane and Flinders Street, running parallel to Russell Street. It’s right next to the iconic Forum Theatre, and just a two-minute walk from Le Garage!
Rock and roll fans will likely have one destination on their mind: AC/DC Lane!
Step back in time to the 70s and reminisce on Australia’s age of rock ‘n’ roll.
Originally named Corporation Lane (a generic name assigned to unnamed Melbourne laneways), this laneway was renamed in 2004 in honour of one of our country’s most successful musical acts.
AC/DC Lane is perhaps best known for being the location of iconic Melbourne rock venue Cherry Bar. Rock stars including Noel Gallagher Axl Rose, and the Arctic Monkeys as well as US actor Jack Black have frequented the bar during visits to Melbourne.
Almost smack-bang in the centre of the CBD is Tattersalls Lane.
Asian food cuisines, particularly Chinese dumplings and Indian specialities, have long been favoured in this part of the city, which is just a few steps away from that iconic Chinatown entrance.
Located between Lonsdale and Little Bourke Streets, Tattersalls Lane was popularly named after the Tattersalls Club and Hotel.
One of Melbourne’s oldest lanes, Tattersalls Lane is known for an eclectic mix of traditional Asian cuisine, grunge bars, and impressive street art.
Discover a hidden gem in the heart of Melbourne’s CBD.
Meyers Place was originally named Nicholas Lane, and has been chosen by the city as one of the laneways to participate in the “Green Your Laneways” campaign.
Expect this concrete strip to evolve into a lush urban space filled with creepers, vertical gardens, and window boxes!
Stroll your way at Meyers Place and get the best coffee, cocktails, and wines at Lane’s Edge, Bar Carlo, and Lily Blacks.
Enjoy delicious food perfect for sharing with friends at Argentinian restaurant San Telmo, or if you feel like Italian, head over to The Waiters Restaurant.
Admire the rich city view at Loop Project Space & Bar, and stroll the lanway to check Mike Makatron’s beautiful mural.
Start your laneway journey with the right CBD parking from Le Garage
Planning to get lost in Melbourne’s iconic streets and laneways? Don’t leave your car just anywhere! Find the CBD’s most convenient parking, only at Le Garage.