200 Queen Street is located on the corner of Little Bourke Street and Queen Streets in the Melbourne CBD.† The area is locally known as the legal precinct due to its proximity to the Melbourne Courts.† The building is well located being close to the centre of Collins Street, one block away from the Central Post Office and close to the Bourke Street mall retail area.
The Supreme and Federal Court building are located one block from 200 Queen Street on the site bounded by Little Bourke, William and Lonsdale Streets.† The County Court and Magistrates Court are on the two corners of Little Lonsdale and William Streets diagonally opposite the Supreme and Federal Court Houses. †Major buildings in the area include Bourke Place at 600 Bourke Street, 140 William Street, the Galleria at 385 Bourke Street and the newly refurbished Marland House at 570 Bourke Street.† The National Australia Bank head office is also located at 500 Bourke Street.
The area is serviced by a number of serviced apartments and hotels offering varying accommodation from 3 to 5 star grading. The area is close to the rail underground loop with the tram service being located on Bourke Street.† The areas surrounding the site comprise a significant number of registered or proposed for registration buildings that were constructed from the mid 1850ís. The historic Hardware Lane, accommodating restaurants and cafes is approximately 50 metres away from the building along Little Bourke Street.