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The home to the famous Chapel street in Melbourne, wedged between South Yarra and the edgier suburb of Windsor, Prahran is known for its stylish bars, Southeast Asian eateries and late-night clubs. Greville Street is a long-time hotspot, with hip cafes, specialty boutiques and the institution that is Greville Records. At Chapel Street Bazaar, treasure hunters rifle through stalls selling vintage clothes and furniture. Prahran, an inner suburb and a former municipality, is about 5 km south-east of central Melbourne. It was originally surveyed for farm allotments and land sales occurred in 1840 and later in 1849-50. Although intended for farming the allotments attracted house construction, on large blocks in the north and east of the district, and on smaller, subdivided blocks in the south and west. The resulting distinction between grand residential (partially superseded by upmarket apartments), and worker's cottages remains. The latter was stimulated by the need to house gold rush immigrants.
The north and east are today's Toorak and South Yarra, and the south and west are today's Prahran and Windsor.
Prahran's name evolved from ‘purraran’, understood to be an Aboriginal word for ‘almost surrounded by water’. The proximity of the Yarra River and swamp to the south-west part (of which Albert Park Lake is a remnant), explain the description. Purraran was rendered as Prahran by Robert Hoddle, Government surveyor, in 1840.
In 1859-60 a railway line was constructed through Prahran from Melbourne to Brighton. A second line branched westwards from Windsor to St Kilda, Windsor being the station after Prahran. The Gippsland to Melbourne line traversed the northern localities of Prahran by 1879. Prahran had a web of public transport routes when cable trams were opened in Toorak Road and Chapel Street in 1888 and 1891, and two major shopping strips grew along the tram routes. Chapel Street is the main one, with several large emporium buildings still standing. By 1927 the Prahran municipality had five electric tram routes: Dandenong Road (1911), High Street (1910), Malvern Road (1915), Toorak Road (1927) and Chapel Street (1926). The Prahran and Malvern Tramways Trust built the first three routes.