Carlton is a suburb of Melbourne, Australia, 2 km north from Melbourne's central business district. Its local government area is the City of Melbourne.
Its boundaries are Melbourne University to the west, Princes Street to the north, Victoria Parade to the south, and Nicholson Street to the east.
The suburb is well known for its "Little Italy" precinct on Lygon Street, for its Victorian architecture and its garden squares including the Carlton Gardens, the latter being the location of the Royal Exhibition Building, one of Australia's few man-made sites with World Heritage status.
Brand New Listing-Three bedrooms apartment on Lygon Street
This budget style apartment in a older style building is on Lygon Street opposite Melbourne General cemetery and only a few tram stops to the famous Little Italy's shops and restaurants.melbourne CBD and Melbournes biggest sporting attractions such as the AFL at the MCG and Soccer and Rugby at Olympic Parks (Rod Laver, Hisense and AAMI Park Arena) which is easily accesible with nearby trams.
- The living area has a flat screen TV with a DVD player.
- Fully equipment kitchen
- Washing machine and dryer
We supply only the best in bedding and linen.
Discounts apply to bookings of 7-nights or more.
1 parking spot free of charge
- Main Bedroom- 1x Queen size bed
- Second Bedroom- 1x Double bed bottom and single on top
- Third bedroom - 1x single bed
- Lounge Room - Futon bed
Please Note: STRICLY NO PARTIES OR FUNCTIONS
Melbourne is Australia's capital of culture and sport. Victoria's state capital really does hold something for everyone, whether you're interested in catching a game at the MCG, sipping a chai latte in one of Melbourne's hidden laneways, or sunning yourself in the beautiful parks and gardens.
Melbourne is home to large sporting events like the Australian Grand Prix, the Australian Open tennis championship and cricket's Boxing Day test match.
It's also the birthplace of AFL. With so much going for this amazing city, it's no coincidence that The Economist named Melbourne as the world's most liveable city three times in recent years.