Arden Street

Named after George Arden (1820-1854).

He arrived in Melbourne, January 1838. A fortnight later launched the weekly “Port Phillip Gazette”, the first legalised journal in Port Phillip.(1)

Source.

(1) Northern Advertiser. Blanchard collection, “What’s in a Name” at North Melbourne Library and “Australian Dictionary of Biography” Vol. 1

15 Arden Street
North Melbourne VIC 3051
Style Late twentieth century 1960 – 2000



19 Arden Street
North Melbourne VIC 3051



24 Arden Street
North Melbourne VIC 3051
Also known as Address Previously known as the Leveson Art Gallery



25 Arden Street
North Melbourne VIC 3051
Also known as Address Corner Leveson and Arden Streets
Previous Address Loughmere Castle Hotel/Bulla Cream Factory
Style Early twenty first century 2000-2030



59 Arden Street
North Melbourne VIC 3051



70 Arden Street
North Melbourne VIC 3051
Previous Address Salvation Army Hall
Constructed 1883
Style Victorian, Late: 1875-1901



71 Arden Street
North Melbourne VIC 3051



88 Arden Street
North Melbourne VIC 3051
Also known as Address Corner of Arden and Abbotsford streets
Previous Address Sunnyside Hotel
Constructed 1868
Style Victorian : 1840-1890