Degraves Street

Flinders St, Melbourne

Degraves Street is another Melbourne icon, known and loved mostly for its cafe scene. Visit during the day and it’s filled with seating and cafe canopies, giving it a strong Parisian feel.

It’s named after Charles and William Degraves, two pioneer merchants from Hobart who built a flour mill at the corner of Flinder’s Lane and Degraves Street in 1849.

Aside from the cafes, there’s Pidapippo – serving an array of authentic Italian Gelato with Nutella on tap.

And Clementine’s, a fine foods and gift store that stocks only Victorian-made products – perfect to find some Melbourne souvenirs.