You’ve seen Guido van Helten’s dancer looming above Chapel Street from the Melbourne Polytechnic campus. Now see how this impressive piece of street art and three others by Reka ONE and Sofles were created!

The project was produced by the Melbourne Polytechnic, curated by Juddy Roller, a Melbourne based street art expert with a history of managing epic street art projects and supported by the City of Stonnington and the Chapel Street Precinct.

You can get an up close view from Mechanics Lane in Windsor, or peak over Morris Jones Co on Chapel Street in between espresso martinis.

Chapel Street Art Mural
Chapel Street Art Mural
Chapel Street Art Mural
Chapel Street Art Mural
Chapel Street Art Mural

Share the Salt and Pepper? It’s a Habit You’ll Have to Shake Off

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Say ‘hello’ to sanitiser stations and single-use menus. From June 1, we will join the rest of Australia by being able to eat & drink inside our famous restaurants, cafes & pubs again (hooray)! See if your local fave is reopening for in-house dining!

Rejoice! Beauty Reopening in Chapel Street Precinct

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Bye-bye hairy legs and nasty nails … The world of lash extensions, hair removal, tattoos, tanning and plucking and plumping is back June 1.

Chapel Street Now The World’s Largest Drive-Thru

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Many Chapel Street Precinct businesses are getting savvy with their takeaway offerings to ensure you can still enjoy your fave dishes safely while, importantly, helping staff stay employed and their business (livelihood) stay afloat. Watch and learn some creative ways to call and collect your food!

Dane Swan Fights for Small Businesses Affected by Coronavirus

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AFL Legend & Brownlow Medallist, Dane Swan, supports Chapel Street Precinct small businesses through COVID-19. Watch his daily videos keeping Melburnians updated on local offerings.