Why We Melbourne: Laneways

Al fresco eateries, one-off shops, cosy litte bars and ever-changing street art all nestle side-by-side in laneways threading throughout the city of Melbourne. It is of little wonder that cities from across the globe are all trying to re-create Melbourne's laneways. I try to avoid as many high streets as I can and instead love walking through the laneways to reach my destination. Here is a sample of some of my laneway photographs, enjoy :)

BLENDER LANE MELBOURNE © ©BLENDER LANE MELBOURNE ©

HOSIER LANE MELBOURNE © ©HOSIER LANE MELBOURNE ©

GUILDFORD LANE MELBOURNE © ©GUILDFORD LANE MELBOURNE ©

DUCKBOARD PLACE MELBOURNE © ©DUCKBOARD PLACE MELBOURNE ©

HOSIER LANE MELBOURNE © ©HOSIER LANE MELBOURNE ©

HOSIER LANE MELBOURNE © ©HOSIER LANE MELBOURNE ©

AC/DC LANE MELBOURNE © ©AC/DC LANE MELBOURNE ©

HARDWARE STREET MELBOURNE © ©HARDWARE STREET MELBOURNE ©

BLENDER LANE MELBOURNE © ©BLENDER LANE MELBOURNE ©

DUCKBOARD PLACE MELBOURNE © ©DUCKBOARD PLACE MELBOURNE ©

RANKINS LANE MELBOURNE © ©RANKINS LANE MELBOURNE ©

DEGRAVES STREET MELBOURNE © ©DEGRAVES STREET MELBOURNE ©

BLENDER LANE MELBOURNE © ©BLENDER LANE MELBOURNE ©

BLENDER LANE MELBOURNE © ©BLENDER LANE MELBOURNE ©

Development & Planning

Thursday, April 19, 2018 - 12:00
The City of Melbourne's Boyd Park concept plan is a step closer to being realised with Melbourne City Council via its Future (Planning) Committee forum, endorsing the scheme and resolving to issue a Planning Permit.

Transport & Design

MCG redevelopment, Jolimont railyards, Fed Square East, Jolimont rail corridor deck
Friday, April 20, 2018 - 00:00
A topic which rears its head at least once a year is the decking of the Jolimont railyards as a means of providing a stronger connection between the Melbourne CBD and the Yarra River, while adding to the city's open space network.