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Melbourne Central

This shopping centre complex (with 300 stores, a cinema complex, bars and eateries) subsumed a number of Melbourne’s arcades and alleyways when it was built. It also houses a lead shot tower dating from 1889. The old brick chimney props incongruously beneath a great glass pyramid, a staid structure in a fast-moving retail environment. Ironically, the centre’s most recent redevelopment re-created the alleyways and arcades over which it was built only a decade or so before. New lanes, made to look old with bluestones, create café and retail precincts. It can be fiendishly noisy, confusing and characterless, but the scores of students who shop, eat and socialise here don’t seem to mind.

Greville Records

This den of music has been proffering advice, specialised titles and tickets for over 25 years. It's seen the street move through stages of grit to glitz and survived the download phenomenon. There's always a plum corner position in Melbourne for independent music and advice, and Greville Records is the pin-up example.

Kleins

Every inch of Kleins is packed with oils and unguents, charming scents and irresistible potions. In this tiny paradise you can feed an Occitane addiction or smother yourself in divine local Aesop products (you must have the Resurrection hand balm). Friendly staff will help you to navigate the cornucopia and will even wrap your precious finds. If you're stuck southside, don't despair - a second store awaits in St Kilda.

Zetta Florence

Zetta Florence is both a professional preservation-supplies retailer (with a clientele of photographers, artists and archivists) and a superstore for stationery tragics. Binders, folios and archive boxes are joined by covetable leather-bound notebooks, quality papers and envelopes, and tin boxes of postcards. You’ll find international brands like Cavallini, as well as local letterpress cards and kits.

Melbourne Central

This shopping centre complex (with 300 stores, a cinema complex, bars and eateries) subsumed a number of Melbourne’s arcades and alleyways when it was built. It also houses a lead shot tower dating from 1889. The old brick chimney props incongruously beneath a great glass pyramid, a staid structure in a fast-moving retail environment. Ironically, the centre’s most recent redevelopment re-created the alleyways and arcades over which it was built only a decade or so before. New lanes, made to look old with bluestones, create café and retail precincts. It can be fiendishly noisy, confusing and characterless, but the scores of students who shop, eat and socialise here don’t seem to mind.

Greville Records

This den of music has been proffering advice, specialised titles and tickets for over 25 years. It's seen the street move through stages of grit to glitz and survived the download phenomenon. There's always a plum corner position in Melbourne for independent music and advice, and Greville Records is the pin-up example.

Kleins

Every inch of Kleins is packed with oils and unguents, charming scents and irresistible potions. In this tiny paradise you can feed an Occitane addiction or smother yourself in divine local Aesop products (you must have the Resurrection hand balm). Friendly staff will help you to navigate the cornucopia and will even wrap your precious finds. If you're stuck southside, don't despair - a second store awaits in St Kilda.

Zetta Florence

Zetta Florence is both a professional preservation-supplies retailer (with a clientele of photographers, artists and archivists) and a superstore for stationery tragics. Binders, folios and archive boxes are joined by covetable leather-bound notebooks, quality papers and envelopes, and tin boxes of postcards. You’ll find international brands like Cavallini, as well as local letterpress cards and kits.

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