Melbourne's population of permanent residents has been on the increase over
recent years with a subsequent need for grocery and supermarket shopping in the
CBD. Several supermarkets have cropped up and even a few gourmet
delicatessens have appeared.
2 26 Elizabeth St, Coles Express, (9654 3830) a grade down of 7.9% into the
store through automatic doors where there are wheelchair accessible widened
aisles, lowered fridges, mirrored shelves, deli counter at 1.37m and lower
181 183 Exhibition St, The Paramount Centre Supermarket (9251 544) is
located on the Little Bourke St Level. Lift down from Bourke St Level then ramp
of 6% down to the supermarket.
185 Russell St, The Great Eastern Food Centre (9663 3716) is a small Asian
grocery with one small step at the entry.
235 Bourke St, Priceline (9654 7538) is on the corner of Royal Lane and Bourke
St. and sells budget toiletries and cosmetics. There is a gentle gradient at entry.
Priceline (9654 2034) also has a store in the Centrepoint building just off the
Mall. Access is via lift to the first floor.
314 336 Bourke St, Myers Gourmet Grocery (9661 1111) is located on the
ground floor of the Lonsdale Building between Little Bourke St and Lonsdale
St. Access is via ramp down from the Lonsdale St entry, Little Bourke St entry or
from the Mall through the Bourke St building. Accessible toilets are located on
the first and lower ground floors.
Bourke St Mall, the David Jones Gourmet Grocery (9643 2222) is on the lower
ground floor of the store located between the Mall and Little Collins St (steps).
Accessible toilets are located on the lower ground and second level, with a baby
300 Lonsdale St, Daimaru's Gourmet Food Hall (660 6666) is on Level 1 in
Melbourne Central and accessible toilets are nearby.