Degraves Street

Local nameDegraves Street
LocationCity of Melbourne, Australia

Degraves Street is a pedestrian precinct and thoroughfare in Melbourne, Australia. It is a short, narrow laneway in the Central Business District that runs north-south from Flinders Street to Flinders Lane and is situated in-between Swanston Street and Elizabeth Street. Degraves, as the street is colloquially known, is famous for its alfresco dining options and because it epitomises Melbourne's famous coffee culture and street art scene. For these reasons it has also become a popular tourist destination.The street is named after Charles and William Degraves, pioneer merchants from Hobart who built a flour mill at the corner of Flinders Lane and Degraves Street in 1849. William was also notably a member of the Victorian Legislative Council for fourteen years.

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More information and contact

Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Degraves_Street,_Melbourne

Address 27 Degraves Street, Melbourne 3000, Australia

Coordinates -37°49'1.61" N 144°57'56.503" E

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