List of lanes and arcades in Melbourne city centre


List of lanes and arcades in Melbourne city centre

A list of lanes in Hoddle Grid.

* ACDC Lane
* Albert Coates Lane (Queen Victoria Village)
* Artemis Lane (Queen Victoria Village)
* Bank Place
* Beaney Lane
* Bennetts Lane
* Bligh Place
* Block Place
* Brown Alley
* Centre Place
* Chapter House Lane
* Church Lane
* Club Lane
* Cohen Place
* Commerce Way
* Crombie Lane
* Custom House Lane
* Davisons Place
* Degraves Street
* Duckboard Place - renamed The Living End Lane on 7th June 2008
* Equitable Place
* Evans Lane
* Exploration Lane
* Flinders Court
* Francis Street - made a cameo appearance in the Something for Kate videoclip for the song "Monsters"
* Goldie Place
* Gurners Lane
* Hardware Lane
* Hayward Lane
* Healeys Lane
* Highlander Lane
* Hosier Lane
* Jane Bell Lane (Queen Victoria Village)
* Jones Lane
* Manchester Lane - known for its nightclubs in the 1913 Manchester House
* Manton Lane
* Market Lane
* Meyers Place
* McKillop Street
* Niagara Lane - known for its heritage Niagara buildings and hoists
* Rankins Lane - named after Henry Johnstone Rankine 1806-1883.
* Red Cape Lane (Queen Victoria Village)
* Tattersalls Lane
* Tivoli Arcade - a 1960s arcade named after the Tivoli Theatre on the site which burned down in the 1930s.
* Union Lane
* Waratah Place
* Warburton Alley
* Windsor Place
* The Causeway Lane - known for its large corner cake and cafe shop in the old Union Bank, Little Collins

List of arcades

* Australia on Collins
* Block Arcade
* Campbell Arcade
* Capitol Arcade
* Cathedral Arcade
* Centrepoint
* Centreway Arcade
* Collins two3four (formerly Sportsgirl Centre)
* Collins Place
* Howey Place
* Port Phillip Arcade
* Royal Arcade
* The Paramount
* The Walk Arcade
* The Galleria


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