Bourke Street And Melbourne Central
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About Bourke Street And Melbourne Central, Melbourne
Every place needs a shopping mecca, and this is it for Melbourne. One of the city’s main tourist destinations for the sheer variety of entertainment that it offers, the street serves up some pretty interesting sights. There are arcades (GPO Melbourne, Royal Arcade, Strand Arcade) and the flagship stores of various brands including Myers. You should also check out the restaurants, especially GrossiFlorentino, Pellegrini’s Espresso Bar and the Flower Drum Restaurant. Melbourne Central, companion to this popular street, is no less important.Within it’s corridors are 292 retailers and great number of food outlets. Its main feature is the massive glass dome under which it is contained. Another prominent monument is the Marrionette Fob Watch. And naturally, when crowds descend in such great numbers, the people-watching is brilliant.
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Bourke Street And Melbourne Central Opening and Closing Hours
- Central Closes at 09:00 on Friday, 06:00 on Saturday and 05:00 pm on Sunday.
- Hour details are for Melbourne Central, not Bourke Street.
How To Get To Bourke Street And Melbourne Central by Public Transport
- Trams on La Trobe St
- Lonsdale St
Restaurants Near Bourke Street And Melbourne Central
- Oriental Spoon
- Don Don Australia
- Penny Blue
- Ramen Ya
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Address: Swanston St, Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia
Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
Timings: 10:00 am - 09:00 pm Details
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The property is situated in the middle of CBD area. This has made the shopping and sightseeing very convenient. The property itself is clean and contemporary. Love this place!
Ring to book a room and im told that they dont take one night bookings. What insanity. Really pissed off because im flying back from Vietnam after a 2wk holiday and wanted to catchup with my New Zealand friends who are staying there and thanks to Mantra Central that is not possible. Great service guys NOT.
Decently sized bed, large room size and adequate amenities. Bathroom is a little old and the shower a bit poor on water pressure.
Great service. Perfect location and great rooms for the price
The one bedroom apartment was reasonably priced, comfy, and clean. Only downside was that one of the windows of this excellent located, but older building wasn't 100% air tight, so leakd street noise more than expected over night.
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