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Map of Art Deco Walk of Melbourne

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The Art Deco Walk was created by the Art Deco Society. Despite the rush to put up contemporary buildings for office and apartments, many classic buildings have remained in Melbourne.

Items of interest:see Art deco walk list
Art Deco feature
Images:(1) Myer; (2) David Jones; (3) David Jones; (4) Diamond House; (5) Deva House; (6) Commonwealth Bank; (7) Bank of NSW - Westpac; (8) Blockbuster - Virgin; (9) ; (10) Kurrajong House; (11) Melbourne Theosophical Society; (12) Manchester Unity; (13) Century Building; (14) Capitol Theatre; (15) Newspaper House; (16) Howey House; (17) Kodak House; (18) Block Court; (19) Alkira House; (20) National Trustees; (21) Australian Assurance; (22) Beehive Building; (23) Yule House.
Related maps:zoom out to Melbourne Central District map
zoom out to Map of Melbourne and Environs
zoom in Melbourne and Environs public parks and gardens list
Melbourne and Environs historic sites list
Melbourne and Environs galleries and craft markets list
Another view aboriginal landmarks walk
See also:

go to Melbourne towards Flagstaff Gardens and West Melbourne (Flemington Rd, Victoria St, Franklin St, Elizabeth St, Swanston St, Latrobe St, Queen St, A'Beckett St, William St, Kind St, Spencer St, Lonsdale St, Bourke St)

go to Melbourne towards Carlton Gardens (Rathdowne St, Clarendon St, Victoria St Victoria Parade (pde), Russell St, Swanston St, Elizabeth St, Latrobe St, Little Lonsdale St, Lonsdale St, Little Bourke St, Bourke St, Spring St).

go to Melbourne towards St Kilda Road and East Melbourne (Lonsdale St, Bourke St, Elizabeth St, Swanston Walk (st), Collins St, Flinders St, Russell St, Exhibition St, Spring St, Wellington Pde (parade), Flinders St, Batman Avenue (ave), Saint Kilda Road (rd), Alexandra Ave)

go to Melbourne towards Spencer St and the Melbourne Convention Centre (Little Bourke St, Bourke St, Little Collins St, Collins St, Flinders Lane, Flinders street, Spencer St, Kind St, William St, Market St, Queen St, Elizabeth St, Queensbridge St, City Rd, Kings Way Clarendon St, Southbank Precinct)

go to Melbourne end of St Kilda Rd

pictorial guide to melbourne and victoria, click here

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one: Myers two: David Jones four: Diamond House five: Deva House six: Commonwealth Bank seven: Bank of NSW/Westpac eight: Blockbuster/Virgin nine: ten: Kurrajong House eleven: Melbourne Theosophical Society twelve: Manchester Unity thirteen: Century Building fourteen: Capitol Theatre fifteen: Newspaper House sixteen: Howey House seventeen: Kodak House eighteen: Block Court nineteen: Alkira House twenty: National Trustees twenty-one: Australian Assurance twenty-two: Beehive Building twenty-three: Yule House