Melbourne Australia editable vector map svg free

Editable Vector Map of the Melbourne Australia in SVG format.
Can be edited in the following programs: Adobe Illustrator, CorelDraw, InkScape
Principal streets and roads, names places, residential streets and roads, road number labels, water objects, land use areas.

Melbourne Australia editable vector map svg free

Melbourne Australia editable vector map svg free

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Melbourne, the capital of Victoria, Australia, is a vibrant city known for its diverse neighborhoods, bustling streets, and iconic landmarks. Here is an overview of some of the principal streets, roads, and city districts:

Principal Streets and Roads

  1. Swanston Street:
    • Runs through the heart of the city from north to south.
    • Key locations: Federation Square, State Library of Victoria, Melbourne Central.
  2. Collins Street:
    • Known for its mix of historic buildings and modern skyscrapers.
    • Key locations: Melbourne Town Hall, Regent Theatre, major financial institutions.
  3. Flinders Street:
    • Runs parallel to the Yarra River.
    • Key locations: Flinders Street Station, Federation Square, ACMI (Australian Centre for the Moving Image).
  4. Bourke Street:
    • Major commercial street with a vibrant shopping precinct.
    • Key locations: Bourke Street Mall, Myer and David Jones department stores.
  5. Lonsdale Street:
    • Hosts a mix of retail and dining options.
    • Key locations: Melbourne’s Greek Precinct, Emporium Melbourne.
  6. St Kilda Road:
    • Main boulevard leading south from the CBD.
    • Key locations: National Gallery of Victoria, Royal Botanic Gardens, Shrine of Remembrance.
  7. Victoria Street:
    • Known for its Vietnamese cuisine and vibrant market.
    • Key locations: Victoria Street Market, numerous Asian restaurants.
  8. Chapel Street:
    • Renowned for its shopping, dining, and nightlife.
    • Key locations: Prahran Market, Jam Factory, numerous boutiques and bars.

Principal City Districts

  1. Melbourne CBD (Central Business District):
    • The commercial and cultural heart of the city.
    • Features major attractions, shopping centers, and office buildings.
  2. Docklands:
    • Modern waterfront development with residential and commercial spaces.
    • Key locations: Marvel Stadium, The District Docklands shopping center.
  3. Southbank:
    • Known for its arts and entertainment precinct.
    • Key locations: Crown Casino, Southbank Promenade, Melbourne Arts Precinct.
  4. Carlton:
    • Famous for its Italian heritage and vibrant dining scene.
    • Key locations: Lygon Street, Melbourne Museum, Royal Exhibition Building.
  5. Fitzroy:
    • Trendy area known for its bohemian vibe and street art.
    • Key locations: Brunswick Street, Gertrude Street, numerous galleries and bars.
  6. Richmond:
    • Diverse suburb with a mix of residential, commercial, and entertainment options.
    • Key locations: Victoria Street (Little Saigon), Bridge Road, Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG).
  7. St Kilda:
    • Iconic beachside suburb with a lively atmosphere.
    • Key locations: St Kilda Beach, Luna Park, Acland Street.
  8. South Yarra:
    • Affluent neighborhood known for shopping and dining.
    • Key locations: Chapel Street, Toorak Road, Como Centre.
  9. Brunswick:
    • Culturally diverse area with a strong music and arts scene.
    • Key locations: Sydney Road, Brunswick Street, numerous live music venues.
  10. Prahran:
    • Vibrant inner-city suburb with a mix of old and new.
    • Key locations: Chapel Street, Prahran Market, Greville Street.

Notable Areas and Precincts

  • Federation Square: Major cultural precinct in the CBD.
  • Queen Victoria Market: Historic market offering fresh produce and various goods.
  • Royal Botanic Gardens: Expansive gardens south of the CBD.
  • Albert Park: Large public park and the site of the Australian Grand Prix.

These streets, roads, and districts make up the dynamic urban landscape of Melbourne, each contributing to the city’s unique character and charm.

Author: Kirill Shrayber, Ph.D.

I have been working with vector cartography for over 25 years, including GPS, GIS, Adobe Illustrator and other professional cartographic software.