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“Just another shopping arcade, albeit with some high end shops.”
28 Dec 2017
St. Collins Lane embodies a mindset that resonates with the individual – an Welcoming visitors with a sophisticated shopping experience, St. Collins Lane houses fashion favourites including Coach, TAG Heuer, Zadig & Voltaire, Maje, Sandro, Reiss...more
Hours Today: 10:00 AM - 7:00 PM
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
260 Collins St, Melbourne, Victoria 3000, Australia
This shopping arcade was next to our hotel, the Novotel on Collins Street, and in fact our hotel room looked down into the arcade's atrium and green ceiling. The Arcade, which runs between Collins and Little Collins Streets. was only opened in 2016 having been...More
Walk in the Venue new and fresh.
Ordered 2 Banh MI roast pork and BBQ lemongrass chicken.
Arrived on table the pork and tandoori chicken passed off as the other.
Definitely not took it back and was told we were mistaken after some deliberation.
And I freaking work around the corner and I didn't know it existed! To be fair, I imagine most of Melbourne's population don't either.
In summary, there's not much here to offer and there's a lot of empty stores. The dominating black theme is absolutely...More
I'm sure most that live or work in the Melbourne CBD have no idea this place exists. What's even more embarrassing is that it's grand opening was May 2017 - almost a year on the mall is still only half opened! I don't recall seeing...More
Strolling through downtown, I stumbled upon this shopping mall on my third day of vacation. It had a nice collection of high end stores, mostly clothing, womens handbags, and some restaurants. Still recovering from the "sticker shock" of Australia (I come from the US), I...More
Australia on Collins was the former establishment at this physical location, which has now been replaced by St Collins Lane. Designed to be more up-market, wandering through the complex on a Saturday evening in the middle of winter found us exploring the upper floors just...More
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