This lane leads to the back of the Alfred Hospital. While I know Jayne likes chimneys, I am not sure that she would be so fond of this one.
Highrise apartments viewed across the Wesley College playing fields. Right to left are Yve, an office building, Aurora and The Alto.
This was part of the old Royal Institute for the Blind, now called Vision Australia. The western part is now the Belgian Beer Cafe Bluestone. It is a nice place on a sunny day and very popular at times.
The eastern end contains Ormond Hall, a multi purpose hall, originally a dance hall.
In the early days of HIV patients were treated at Fairfield Hospital, an infectious diseases hospital and research centre. The hospital was closed and HIV treatment moved to the Alfred Hospital in 1996. Many were upset by the closure of the specialised Fairfield Hospital, so a decent amount of funding was directed to make things better at The Alfred. The area for HIV inpatients is known as Ward 7 West and I believe this garden was purpose built for HIV patients.