If you are travelling sightseer, you simply must check out Melbourne’s street art (aka graffiti). You can easily spend a day admiring this imaginative cities crafted murals. Street art covers every nook and cranny of this creative and cultural urban jungle and we are going to let you in our fav hotspots.

Hosier Lane

Opposite Federation Square this cobblestoned lane is the marquee centre point of Melbourne’s wonderful street art scene. Follow up with a coffee in Flinders Lane. See location

Hosier Lane Melbourne - Street Art.
Hosier Lane – Melbourne

Croft Alley

Smack, bang in the centre of Chinatown you will discover Croft Alley (off Little Bourke Street). Croft Alley is another stunning street art location and we strongly recommend a beer at one of Melbourne’s favourite laneway bars, Croft Institute.

Croft Alley Melbourne - Street Art
Croft Alley – Melbourne

Rankins Lane

Rankins Lane is a narrow and inviting brick lane. But it’s also home to some beautiful street art and is just around the corner from Bourke Street Mall. Shopping anyone? See location

Rankins Lane – Melbourne

More art?

Other equally worthwhile special mentions:

  • Duckboard Place
  • Caledonian Lane
  • AC/DC Lane
  • Everfresh Fitzroy Mural
  • Stevenson Lane

Melbourne boasts some of the world’s best cafes, bars and shops if you need to wind down after a day of soaking in some culture. Trains from all suburbs can deliver you to Flinders Street Station. Melbourne Trains information and Journey Planner