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As an iconic shopping strip in Melbourne, Australia, the Chapel Street Precinct is famous for fashion, food, coffee, bars, vintage stores, Prahran market, art galleries and street art as well as creative culture, history and architecture. The...more
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When I first came to Melbourne Chapel Street was filled with fabulous little boutiques and shops where new and established designers could be found. Now it's like shopping in the local Westfield - everything is retail chain and boring. Very disappointed - lots of 'for...More
Chapel Street was disappointing. I had hoped to find many interesting shops with artwork, rare souvenirs (not the mass-produced stuff), etc., but the majority of them were closed even by mid-morning.
The area also has a rough feeling to it, as though it has not...More
I heard that the shopping was good on Chapel Rd but I didn’t find this good at all. Half the shops were empty and those that were opened were very over priced. Cafes were very hit and miss as well, nothing appealing at all. The...More
We lived not far away, so we ended up here. It is debatable whether to come here from distant areas. It's just a street with lots of boutiques, small shops and cafes. They say it's the best coffee in Melbourne. It's difficult to verify. Prahran...More
Seek and ye shall find! Prahran is a treasure hunter’s paradise of vintage stores, upscale boutiques and emporiums. Chapel Street is a one-stop shop with specialty stores selling just about everything. The famous Chapel Street Bazaar has so many curious and vintage knick-knacks that you will feel as if you're in a huge and busy museum. By contrast, at the northern end of Chapel Street, South Yarra and Windsor
cater to high-end designer labels and exclusive boutiques. The community flocks to Prahran’s organic markets as a Saturday ritual, while art and film students leaf through vinyl LPs on Greville Street. The gay community also has a strong presence here. Prahran’s heritage buildings like the Reads Emporium and Prahan arcade offer a grand sense of scale and history. No matter your interest, come feel the pulse of one of Melbourne’s most loved precincts.