103 locals recommend ·
About this place
Hosier Lane is the brain child and labour of love of Andy Rodgers and Wes Keenan.
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So Melbourne is known for its laneways, this and Rutledge Lane is of the famous to walk down. Both in the CBD, and has some great graffiti.
Wonder around Melbourne and its iconic laneways and find excellent street art, and hidden bars and cafes.
Take some snap shots of Melbourne's famous street art. An ever changing canvas of the building walls throughout Hosier Lane will not disappoint.
Famous bluestone laneway and admire the street art that has made the Melbourne urban art scene
Check out the famous bluestone laneway and admire the street art that has made the Melbourne urban art scene known across the globe.
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“Lots of exhibitions and National Art Gallery over the road, retail shopping and markets restaurants and bars in this area ”
- 311 locals recommend
“Take your pick from many cafes and sit under the heaters in the ally with your warm breakfast. A must do if your starting your day in the city.”
- 85 locals recommend
“The National Gallery of Victoria, popularly known as the NGV, is an art museum in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. Founded in 1861, it is Australia's oldest, and most visited art museum. The NGV houses an encyclopedic art collection across two sites: NGV International, located on St Kilda Road in the Melbourne Arts Precinct of Southbank, and the Ian Potter Centre: NGV Australia, located nearby at Federation Square. The NGV International building, designed by Sir Roy Grounds, opened in 1968, and was redeveloped by Mario Bellini before reopening in 2003. It houses the gallery's international art collection and is on the Victorian Heritage Register. The Ian Potter Centre: NGV Australia, designed by Lab Architecture Studio, opened in 2002 and houses the gallery's Australian art collection. ”
- 484 locals recommend
“The lane is famous for its numerous restaurants and cafés, though also features hairdressers, fast food restaurants and retail shops. Hardware lane is a thriving example of Melbourne's famous laneway culture, with a distinctly European feeling and unique red brick paving. The lane is closed to traffic between 11am-11pm and occasionally features nighttime live jazz performances”
- 57 locals recommend