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Baker, A. J. (2018). Melbourne (1835–1927): The Birth of a Music City. Journal of Australian Studies42(1), 101–115.

Commendation, urban design: CBD laneways, Melbourne. (1998). Architecture Australia70-71.

de Kleyn, L., Mumaw, L., & Corney, H. (2020). From green spaces to vital places: connection and expression in urban greening. Australian Geographer, 51(2), 205–219.

Qadri, D. (2020). Hosier and Rutledge Lanes—where anyone can go and make art and other stories. Journal of Public Pedagogies, (5), 31-47.

Ram, Y. and Hall, C.M. (2018), "Walking tourism in cities: introducing the special issue", International Journal of Tourism Cities, Vol. 4 No. 3, pp. 281-284.

Richards, G. (2019). Creative tourism: Opportunities for smaller places? Tourism and Management Studies, 15(Special Issue), 7-10.

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Laing, Frost, W., Hogan, T., & Wise, E. (2017). Tourism and Melbourne’s laneways: The making of Hosier Lane. CAUTHE 2017: Time for Big Ideas? Re-thinking the field for tomorrow, 658–661.

Mundell. (2019). From hotbeds of depravity to hidden treasures: the narrative evolution of Melbourne’s laneways. TEXT, 23(Special 55).

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