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Lonsdale Street Melbourne Footscray Vic Australia in Melbourne-city


Victoria,Australia - 3000

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Frequently Asked Questions About This Location

Qus: 1).what is the mode of payment accepted ?

Ans: Cash , Credit Card and Wallets

Qus: 2).What are the hours of operation ?

Ans: Open all days mostly from 9:30 to 8:30 and exceptions on Sundays. Call them before going to the location.

Qus: 3).What does the local business do?

Ans: Lonsdale Street is a main street and thoroughfare in the city centre of Melbourne, Australia. It runs roughly east-west and was laid out in 1837 as one of Melbourne's original boundaries within the Hoddle Grid. The street extends from Spring Street in the east to Spencer Street in the west.Lonsdale Street is home to multiple office buildings, churches, restaurants and shopping centres. Its most famous function is housing the State of Victoria's legal precinct and courthouses. The street is also named for Melbourne's first magistrate, William Lonsdale.History19th CenturyLonsdale Street was included in the grid developed by Robert Hoddle, the chief surveyor for the new settlement of Melbourne. Whilst Lonsdale and other streets were originally designed at 99 feet, then Governor Richard Bourke initially objected to the large sizing. Hoddle persuaded him, on the basis of health and convenience, to allow the larger street width featured in present day Lonsdale Street.The foundation stone for Victoria's oldest Catholic church was laid in 1841 at the corner of Elizabeth street. The church is on the Victorian Heritage Register along with the second church on Lonsdale Street, the Uniting Wesley Church completed in 1858.