Posted 2014-01-21 by Justine Crowleyfollow
Coffee rocks here

The bohemian capital of Melbourne. was once a rough area. Those who love noise, socialising and action belong here. is a temple to the boho, bookish, creative, arty, and to the politically astute.

A popular arty chair

Brunswick and Gertrude Streets attract both locals and visitors to Melbourne who love shopping for themselves. You can easily spend a few hours along Brunswick Street. When you're here, you definitely want a coffee of some description. The area is much cleaner than what it once was. On weekends, Brunswick Street is naturally crowded.

Bike lovers paradise too

What is known most for:

  • Brunswick Street

  • The best place to buy items for the home in Melbourne

  • The best place to buy books

  • The ultimate catch up spot

  • The Australian Catholic University (Patrick Campus)

  • St Vincents

  • Gardens

  • Natural therapies colleges

  • An artists garden

    Who lives in :

  • Students

  • Travellers

  • Professionals

  • Creatives/artists

  • Gay/lesbian types

  • The majority of young people under the age of 44

  • The bins are decorated by the brains trust now too

    More warehouse converted apartments are found here. Otherwise is home to Victorian terrace homes and workers cottages.

    All hip and happening

    Postcode: 3065

    Vibe: Let's talk politics and art over coffee, and bohemian like you.

    If was a food it would be: Salad and a latte.

    Chocolate lovers heaven as well

    If was a cartoon character it would be: Felix The Cat.

    If was a shoe it would be: Dr Martens boots, and black boots that go over a pair of skinny blue jeans.

    Bohemian like you

    Parking: Can be a challenge. Avoid parking on Brunswick Street like the plague. Best to try the back streets.

    Transport: Within walking distance from the city. Otherwise tram route 112 takes you through popular Brunswick Street. Tram route 96 takes you to glimpses of this area.

    Lunch at The Vegie Bar is a popular Brunswick Street past time

    Direction: North

    Distance from the CBD: 2km

    Melbourne Food Lovers

    Nearby areas: Collingwood, North , Clifton Hill, Carlton and East Melbourne.


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