Music, art and creative pursuits are a big part of our lives, which is one reason why we moved from Singapore to Melbourne. Whilst Singapore has progressed in leaps and bounds on the arts scene, cities like Melbourne remain streaks ahead. There is so much to see and do in Melbourne every weekend (well, at least during pre-covid days but we are confident that Melbourne will bounce back in no time).
Walking along the Yarra River, visiting the NGV and Federation Square or enjoying the entertainment offered by street baskers adds some spice to our lives. Art sculptures and street art located all over the city contributes to the creative atmosphere and vibe as well.
Street Art Gallery
Location: Hosier Lane, Melbourne, VIC 3000, Australia
Website: Visit Victoria – Hosier Lane
About Hosier Lane
Hosier Lane opened as a Street Art Gallery in 1998. It is The lane is located opposite the entrance to the Atrium at Federation Square on Flinders Street, placing the lane in a prominent position in the city. (Source: Wikipedia)
As the walls are painted over by artists regularly, Hosier Lane never looks the same. Every visit promises to be different.
Hosier Lane isn’t the only laneway that is features street art. There are many lanes in Melbourne that feature similar art, eg. Rutledge Lane. All you need to do is wander around the city to find them. Or join a walking tour.