You can find on this page the Melbourne neighborhood map to print and to download in PDF. The Melbourne districts map presents quarters, region, suburbs and surrounding area of Melbourne in Victoria - Australia.

Melbourne neighborhoods map

Map of Melbourne neighborhoods

The Melbourne neighborhoods map shows region and suburbs of Melbourne areas. This neighborhood map of Melbourne will allow you to discover quarters and surrounding area of Melbourne in Victoria - Australia. The Melbourne quarters map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

There is so much more to Brunswick old-school, working-class neighbourhood turned hipster haven, thanks to speciality coffee shops Kines, Code Black and Wide Open Road, shabby-chic retailers like Lost and Found Market, American Vintage and Dejour jeans, and watering holes such as Howler, the Spotted Mallard and Thunder Road Brewery as you can see in Melbourne neighborhoods map. As Richmond football club marched towards a drought-breaking premiership in 2017, journalist Jonathan Horn summed up this sports-mad neighbourhood: “Once known as Struggletown, it is a hodgepodge of a suburb, with its footy pubs, converted warehouses, social housing blocks, hipster bars, workers cottages, cashed-up tradies, Vietnamese restaurants and hot yoga studios.”

At the turn of the 20th Century, St Kilda was to Melbourne what Coney Island was to New York City, right down to the sea baths and Luna Park fairground overlooking the sandy beach. But like the rest of the city, migration quickly changed the face of the neighbourhood. No part of Melbourne is as synonymous with this maligned hipster tag as Fitzroy as its shown in Melbourne neighborhoods map, which became Melbourne first suburb in 1839, but is much more famous for its new wave of fixie-riding, natural wine-drinking, Dejour jean-wearing residents that have moved in over the past two decades. Look up any list of Melbourne hottest places to eat and drink, and Fitzroy is always generously represented: Naked For Satan, Neighbourhood Wine, Miss Katie Crab Shack, Black Pearl, Cutler and Co and Belle Hot Chicken are all on the menu.

Franco Cozzo (of those legendary baroque furniture ads) is the de facto mayor of Footscray, arriving in Australia from Sicily with nothing in his pocket before becoming the neighbourhood favourite son. The furniture king tale is typical of Footscray, an industrial hub that is welcomed people from the Mediterranean, the former Yugoslavia, Vietnam, Africa and every other corner of the globe. South Yarra is a heaven for shopaholics, with upmarket boutiques and cafés hugging Chapel Street for four kilometres (2.5 miles) between Richmond in the north and St Kilda in the south. This neighbourhood is certainly the most exclusive on this list but the parade of cutting-edge designers like Zimmermann, Gorman and LIFE with BIRD protect its cool factor as its mentioned in Melbourne neighborhoods map. Prahran market and Windsor vintage stores will lure tireless shoppers to these nice nearby neighbourhoods, too.

Melbourne districts map

Map of Melbourne districts

The Melbourne districts map shows all quarters and suburbs of Melbourne. This district map of Melbourne will allow you to discover areas and the region of Melbourne in Victoria - Australia. The Melbourne districts map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

Melbourne is divided up into various neighbourhoods, locations, districts and interesting areas, full of many top tourist attractions in the city centre, major landmarks, historic buildings, restaurants and viewpoints. Melbourne City Centre as its shown in Melbourne districts map is an orderly grid work of wide, crossing streets, edged by the scenic Yarra River. There are a number of major developments in Melbourne City Centre, including shopping malls, the arts precincts around the National Gallery and many historic monuments. South Melbourne and Richmond are two riverside districts close to central Melbourne. Home to the impressive Southgate shopping and leisure development, and Melbourne oasis, the Royal Botanic Gardens, South Melbourne and Richmond also features some truly excellent restaurants and the world-famous Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG), hosting many major cricket matches and Australian Rules Football championships.

Located around 6 km / 4 miles to the south of Melbourne city centre, Melbourne St. Kilda district as you can see in Melbourne districts map is a cosmopolitan suburb, next to the Port Phillip Bay. Major attractions in the St. Kilda district include St. Kilda Beach, Elwood beach, St. Kilda Marina, St. Kilda pier and the St. Kilda Botanical Gardens. Melbourne Carlton district, to the north of the Central Business District (CBD), features some of the finest and most impressive residential streets in Melbourne. Full of enchanting Victorian houses with many period features, the Carlton district of Melbourne is best known for is central strip, Lygon Street, Melbourne 'Little Italy'. Lygon Street has a large Italian population and is full of traditional Italian restaurants and cafés, making the Carlton district one of the most popular places for dining out in Melbourne.

The Fitzroy and Collingwood district of Melbourne can be found 2 km / 1.5 miles to the south of Melbourne city centre and Fitzroy is often referred to as Melbourne 'Bohemian Quarter' as its mentioned in Melbourne districts map. With many interesting and unique shops, restaurants, cafés and bars, Fitzroy is home to some of Melbourne best nightclubs and is known for its lively nightlife. The Southbank district is situated on the southern bank of the Yarra River and here you will find the popular Victorian Arts Centre, with its tall structure that resembles the Paris Eiffel Tower. Other attractions in Melbourne's Southbank district include the enormous Crown Entertainment Complex - with a vast selection of shops, restaurants, cafés and one of the largest casinos in the world, open throughout the day and night. The Williamstown district of Melbourne was officially founded in 1837, when it was Melbourne seaport. Featuring the natural harbour area of Hobsons Bay, Williamstown thrived until the Port of Melbourne was developed in the 1880s, suddenly making Williamstown the secondary port of Melbourne city.