A short walk around the Windsor end of Chapel Street, taking in some of Melbourne's most fun street art and graffiti.
Starting at Windsor Station (which is on the Sandringham line, 10 minutes from Flinders Street) and doing a quick loop around the Windsor end (a foody's paradise) of Chapel Street.
You'll take in Melbourne Bowls Club, the oldest bowls club in Australia, a thriving laneway covered in artworks and you'll finish up close to The Astor theatre, a cinema which has retained all of it's original 1930s charm.
Windsor has undergone a dramatic gentrification in the last decade and is now chock full of great restaurants, pubs and bars. From rough and ready to fine dining, you are spoilt for choice here!
Striking monochrome throws and characters really brighten up this corner. Be careful of the level crossing!
This homeowner clearly had a great time in the seventies!
Established in 1864, this bowls club is an institution. Good cold beers at reasonable prices too.
This laneway is overflowing with wow making artworks. Change is the only constant, but keep your eyes peeled for works by Mysterious Al, Unwell Bunny, Kaff-eine or Heesco.
Putos is a prolific artist with a very recognisable style.
Some classic works that have stuck around for a long while, catch them before they're gone!
A great Asian diner style restaurant with great artwork, inside and out.
The Hindu goddess of the arts - how appropriate - classic by Deb.