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Exploring Collins Street

Collins Street, home to the city’s finest collection of Victorian-era architecture and a slew of high-end boutiques, is the traditional Main Street of Melbourne. It runs along the waterfront between King Street and Elizabeth Street, forming the heart of Melbourne’s financial district. This superb part of the city to stay in has top-flight hotels like the Novotel Melbourne on Collins.


Collins Street is a fine destination for a daytrip if you enjoy stately Victorian architecture and luxury retail shopping. Visitors come here just to see the Collins Street Bank and the Scots Presbyterian Church. Many of the world’s best-known fashion brands, such as Tiffany and Armani, have stores here as well. After dark, this area keeps the buzz going in its two renowned theatres: the Regent and the Athenaeum. Whether you stay here or just visit for a day, Collins Street is one of Melbourne’s must-see attractions.

There is a range of options for all travelers. The most popular hotel in Melbourne is the Luxury Living Southbank Melbourne City, which has been booked 5 times from our Hotels.com verified guests. Our guests also highly recommended Flinders Luxury Penthouse in Melbourne as it has been reserved 5 times.


Sights nearby

As the city’s historic core, Collins Street and the surrounding Docklands district provide the best example of Melbourne’s Victorian roots. Base yourself here and you will have easy access to the CBD and the Docklands, two of the hottest parts of town for dining, shopping, and entertainment.


- Rialto Towers


Some of Australia’s tallest skyscrapers are situated along Collins Street, including the striking Rialto Towers, which is one of the Southern Hemisphere’s tallest buildings. You can stay right in this amazing structure at the InterContinental Melbourne The Rialto or simply come and dine in its panoramic restaurant on the 55th floor. As you might imagine, the views from up here are outstanding, stretching up to 65 kilometres on a clear day.


- St Michael’s Church


One of the reasons to visit Collins Street is the architecture. There are a number of Victorian-era masterpieces on display here, including the 1866 St Michael’s Church and the 1845 Collins Street Baptist Church. Both churches continue to serve as working places of worship for Melbourne residents. Just along the street are cathedrals devoted to commerce, including the Old Stock Exchange and the Gothic Bank, both built in the late 1800s.


- The Docklands


Right on the fringe of Collins Street is Melbourne’s most popular entertainment district, the Docklands. This lively strip of waterfront property contains dozens of high-end restaurants, hot nightclubs, and diverse shopping options. You can find something to do at the Docklands at any time of day, from a lunch at a waterfront café to an all-night party in a club. Add to the experience by staying in one of the Docklands’ swish hotels, like the Travelodge Docklands.

Eating and drinking and shopping nearby

Collins Street is conveniently located right in the middle of Melbourne’s central district, providing easy access to the majority of this city’s amenities. There is world-class luxury shopping right on Collins Street, in the boutiques of Chanel, Prada, and Louis Vuitton. You can also find a number of high-end restaurants and bakeries here. But if you need more selection, simply hop on a tram and explore the much larger dining and entertainment scene in the Docklands.

Public transport

Three tram routes run through Collins Street to the Docklands and the eastern suburbs of Melbourne. This form of classy transport will serve most visitors’ needs and can connect you with the city’s other public transport systems, like the bus and the train. There are also plenty of taxis on hand for more direct transportation from Collins Street to the attractions scattered around Melbourne’s city centre. Many people opt to rent a car so that they can explore the highlights just outside the city, like the Great Ocean Road and the Mornington Peninsula.

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