Murray Street, Perth
Murray Street is one of four main east-west roads within the Perth central business district.
It is the one main road in Perth that has an eastern ending at a church - the Roman Catholic St Mary's Cathedral; the other major churches in the CBD are on the sides of the city streets.
The number of historic arcades linking with the Hay Street mall is significant compared to other parts of the CBD.
The western and eastern ends of the street have had significant changes in land use compared to the central section.
 Shops and malls
The strip has many popular shops lining the street including flagship outlets for department stores such as Myer, David Jones, Woolworths and Target. Recent development along Murray street has seen the addition of a number of both national and international retailers including - Nespresso, Swarovski, G-Star Raw, Quiksilver, General Pants Co., Aquilla, Industrie, Margaret River Chocolate co., Hurley, Pandora and many more.
The Murray Street mall is directly connected to the Perth railway station by an entry at the west end of the mall, and via Forrest Place to the original Perth railway station and the Museum of Western Australia. Parking garages are also located nearby.
- Central Murray Street upgrading (1988) prepared by Central Murray Street Upgrading Study Group ; produced by Planning Department, City of Perth
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- 1950s photo of Murray Street by Frank Hurley at the National Library of Australia
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- Closer view of Murray Street on Google Maps
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