Smith Street, Collingwood & Fitzroy
The vibe in Smith Street, Collingwood & Fitzroy is alternative-meets-young-professionals and the shops are full of grungy, earthy bargains with the occasional gem.
Smith Street is the place for everything vintage. Start at Lost and Found for a bedazzling array of vintage clothes, wigs, art and furniture.
Many of the major outdoor clothing brands have factory outlets here including Kathmandu, Nike, Mountain Design and Adidas.
Eat & Drink
There is a plethora of cafes, bars and dining choices situated along Smith St serving everything from Japanese to Middle Eastern cuisines.
Art & Galleries
There's plenty to see, with Australian Galleries showing beautiful prints from such artists as Jeffrey Smart, Arthur Boyd and Brett Whiteley.
Just off Smith Street is Ochre Gallery for innovative Aboriginal art, Utopian Slumps the Port Jackson Press Centre for Australian Printmaking exhibitions.
Smith Street is one of Melbourne's oldest thoroughfares dating back to the first suburban land subdivision in Melbourne in 1838. Smith Street forms the eastern border of Fitzroy, and the western border of Collingwood. At first Smith Street split the suburb of Collingwood in two but then the eastern half of the suburb was named Newtown and then later, Fitzroy (Melbourne's first suburb). Read More..
The No 86 Tram runs north-south along Smith Street. Read More..
Trams commence in Docklands Drive near Waterfront City (Docklands) and run via Harbour Esplanade, Latrobe Street, Spencer Street, Bourke Street (City), Spring Street, Nicholson Street, Gertrude Street, Smith Street, Queens Parade, High Street and Plenty Road to terminate near McKimmies Road (Bundoora).
To Waterfront City/Docklands
Trams commence in Plenty Road near McKimmies Road (Bundoora) and run via Plenty Road, High Street, Queens Parade, Smith Street, Gertrude Street, Nicholson Street, Spring Street, Bourke Street (City), Spencer Street, Latrobe Street, Harbour Esplanade and Docklands Drive to Waterfront City (Docklands).
Collingwood | Fitzroy
The west side of Smith Street is Fitzroy.
The east side of Smith Street is Collingwood.
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