Melbourne Hotels near Fitzroy
Melbourne’s first suburb, Fitzroy has become a hub for bohemian culture and an eclectic array of things to do. It’s a major historic district in the city, and attractions extend from small art galleries to cafes, and the oldest chess club in the Southern Hemisphere, to professional football games and a vibrant nightlife. There is always something to do in this tiny area of Melbourne, and you might find yourself without the time to explore the rest of the city. ... Read more »
Fitzroy Top 3
- Lose yourself in photographs at the Centre for Contemporary Photography (CCP), one of Melbourne’s major photography galleries.
- Visit Melbourne’s Spanish quarter on Johnston Street where you can relax at one of Fitzroy’s excellent tapas or flamenco bars along the esplanade.
- Shop for hand-made artisan bags, clothing, jewellery, accessories, vintage items, collectables and other products at the Rose Street Artists Market on any weekend.
Fitzroy itself is a small suburb of Melbourne, so after you’ve made your way to the district, you can easily get around the area on foot. Melbourne is a major hub in the Victoria region, and you can arrive by train, plane, automobile or even ship. Tram number 112 from Collins Street will take you from downtown Melbourne to Fitzroy easily and conveniently, or take tram number 86 from Bourke Street. If you’d rather travel by bus, take route 200, 201 or 207. Friendly drivers will be happy to help you find your stop.« Hide