Local Attractions

Our favourite locations around St.Kilda

St. Kilda has many popular and equally beautiful locations. From the famous beach to the trendy cafes and restaurants you can be certain that St. Kilda has something for you. Below is our favourite places to visit that guarantee to make your stay one to remember.

Restaurants

Our favourite places to eat

Ink-Cafe

Ink Café - Asian Restaurant

Located on the ground floor of the property. Ink Café offers Asian fusion authentic meals that you will love at a reasonable price.
Dick-Whittington

The Dick Whittington Tavern

Relaxed, stylish 1861 venue with pool tables, live sports and TAB, cooking up pub grub and pizza. Situated only 400m away
Neighbours cafe st kilda

Neighbours

Mellow coffee shop with exposed-brick walls, a garden and amazing breakfast and lunch options. Situated only 300m away.
Cinnamons restaurant melbourne

Cinnamon’s

An authentic Sri Lankan restaurant that serves traditional rice, curry and roti bread for takeaway or dine-in. Situated 3km away, it is a short tram ride.
Newmarket Hotel

New Market Hotel

Trendy eatery with striking concrete arches and a beer garden, for Californian and Latin cuisine. Situated only 400m away.
Las-Chicas melbourne

Las Chicas

Warm village feel, consistently serving up good, wholesome food and great coffee, both for breakfast and lunch. Situated only 900m away.

Shopping

Our favourite places to shop

acland-st in St Kilda

Acland St

Known as Melbourne's exciting bayside playground, Acland St offers amazing shopping as well as eating, drinking and entertainment.
Chapel-St Melbourne

Chapel St

Chapel St is the shopping precinct in Melbourne. It has countless shops ranging from exclusive upmarket fashion designers at the South Yarra end to old fashion pawnbrokers towards Windsor.
Chadstone-shopping-centre Melbourne

Chadstone Shopping Centre

Chadstone is Australia's Fashion Capital, with over 500 stores and the largest collection of designer boutiques and luxury brands under one roof.

Family Outings

Our favourite places for you to spend with your family

Luna-Park Melbourne

Luna Park

Luna Park Melbourne is Melbourne’s ultimate destination for fun. Enjoy a great day out for the young and the young at heart.
Veg-Out St Kilda

Veg Out Gardens and Farmers’ Market

The Veg Out Community garden is in the heart of St Kilda. You can walk through and see what people are growing. On the first Saturday of each month, the farmers’ market is held from 8.30am to 1pm.
St Kilda Penguins

St Kilda Penguins

Amazingly, over 1000 Little Penguins call the St Kilda breakwater home. See the penguins swim up towards the breakwater and nest in burrows underneath or behind rocks.

Cakes and Treats

Our favourite places to treat yourself

Monarch-Cakes Melbourne

Monarch Cakes

Monarch Cakes has been baking from the same recipes for over 80 years. Many of the recipes originated from the original shop in Poland and were brought to Australia and have been used here ever since.
Yo-Chi

Yo-Chi

At Yo-Chi, you are the creator of your yoghurt destiny as it is 100% self-serve. This gives you the opportunity to create your own flavour combinations.
Fritz-Gelato

Fritz Gelato

Delicious, low-fat, healthy organic gelato, coffee and donuts. Everyone will love this place!

Arts and Culture

Our favourite places to see and learn

Palais-Theatre

Palais Theatre

The magnificent Palais Theatre is currently the largest theatre in Australia and is considered one of the finest examples of Art Deco architecture in Australia. It attracts and presents everything from live music to ballet, international legends to the best Australian bands, comedy events to film.
The astor-theatre

The Astor Theatre

The Astor Theatre is a cinema in the grand, old manner. The last single screen cinema of its kind in continuous operation in Melbourne, still standing since its grand opening in 1936.
Linden-New-Arts

Linden New Art

Linden New Art is a public gallery that specializes in displaying new contemporary art. Housed in a Victorian mansion, Linden’s grand domestic building makes it a unique place to see, explore and discuss contemporary art.
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