Chapel Street Market Melbourne, Australia

Chapel Street Market Melbourne, Australia

The Chapel Street Melbourne is the finest shopping, dining and entertainment center at Melbourne in Victoria, Australia. The shops here which range from the exclusive upmarket fashion designers at South Yarra end is dotted with trendy retailers and eateries in Windsor. The Chapel Street has an area of over 4.14 Kilometers with an approximate North-South alignment from the Yarra River in North to Brighton Road in South. The easy way to reach is through the Tram Route and the number 78 travels on the entire route of Chapel street. Some of the houses which has got significance here are the Joseph Crook who built the first house in 1849.

The Chapel street Melbourne is one of the Bridge which links Chapel Street and Church Street along with Richmond Street which did not got built till 1857 and there was a ferry service which gets operated over the Yarra River. The South Yarra Fire Brick Company was behind the development of Chapel street along with Toorak road and Dandenong Road with the biggest developments to effect the main character of the street. There are a large number of shopping attractions along with cinema hall and various other places of entertainment which makes it the most important place for people visiting the Chapel street. The main center of attractions which could be found here are as follows:

. The Como Centre is a multi-storey office and it has a retail cinema along with hotel complex with the headquarters of the ATV-10 Television.

. The Jam Factory is one of the iconic shopping centre along with cinema and entertainment complex on the corner of the Garden Street.

. The Greville Street is one of the small niche shopping strip.

. The first bowling club in Australia which is the Melbourne Bowling Club is situated behind Chapel Street in Union Street. The club got founded in 11 March 1864.

. The Astor theatre on the South-Western corner of the Dandenong Road is a heritage Victoria registered with 1930's art Deco cinema which has a seating capacity of over 1,100 people.

. The St. Michael's Grammar School also incorporates many of the area old buildings.

Some of the best shops with various kinds of interest based sellers attracts many customers as they also stand out to be dutiful towards the shop and become a regular visitors:

Gorman: The Gorman's bright print heavy wares are also a signature part of the Australian fashion scene. The pair of groovy socks along with slick leather jacket and flamboyant jumpsuit helps with Melbourne all black stereotype which brings much desire color for all.

Dan Murphy's Cellar: The Dan Murphy's Cellar is a well known liquor store and is one of the famous stomping ground in the heritage-listed Prahran Arcade building with upmarket Dan Murphy's Cellar. It sells rare spirits, black vintages wine along with has it's prime focus on being a boutique for local producers.

It is certainly a place to visit for all kinds of shopaholics as it has all the variety of shops and one could find all the substantial products of various categories at this place.

Opening Hours:-

10.00 am to 6.00 pm : Monday

10.00 am to 6.00 pm : Tuesday

10.00 am to 6.00 pm : Wednesday

10.00 am to 6.00 pm : Thursday

10.00 am to 6.00 pm : Friday

10.00 am to 6.00 pm : Saturday

10.00 am to 6.00 pm : Sunday

Address:- 217 Chapel St, Prahran VIC 3181, Australia.

Location:- Melbourne City, Australia

Parking:- Available

Distances from Chapel Street Market Melbourne:-

Melbourne City : 6.9 KM

Sydney City : 885.3 KM

Brisbane City : 1674.3 KM

Adelaide City : 729.0 KM

Gold Coast City : 1716.5 KM

Perth City : 3408.5 KM