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Prepare to play in St Kilda, where you can kick up your heels by the seashore, along with live music or on the whirligigs at Luna Park.

Melbourne's favourite beachside suburb

Join locals who walk, cycle and skate under the palms on the foreshore or sail, windsurf or kitesurf on the bay.

Keep an eye out for little penguins at the St Kilda Breakwater and visit the Sunday St Kilda Esplanade Arts and Craft Market. Return to the neighbourhood's genteel resort days with a dip in the heated seawater spas and pools at the historic St Kilda Sea Baths.

Enjoy fine dining at Donovans, Stokehouse and Circa, Asian flavours at Uncle and tasty Mexican at Radio Mexico. Catch live music at the Palais Theatre and the Prince Bandroom, and get a thrill on a ride at the iconic Luna Park.

Fitzroy, Acland and Carlisle street days

Choose the street to suit the mood. Fitzroy and Acland streets have cool cafes, restaurants and bars, fashion boutiques and independent music and book stores.

Hear the languages of many European cultures on Carlisle Street. Grab a bagel at Glick's Cakes and Bagels, a coffee at Wall Two 80, or lunch at The Local. Share the Jewish experience at the Jewish Museum of Australia.

St Kilda Festival

Get carried along with the crowds at February's St Kilda Festival. A week of music and comedy performances culminate in Festival Sunday, which sees the streets closed to carry on the suburb's historic penchant for revelry.

How to get there

By tram: Number 16 from Swanston Street, number 96 from Bourke Street, or number 12 from Collins Street (around 25 minutes) to St Kilda; number 3 from Swanston Street to Carlisle Street (around 35 minutes) and Alma Road (around 40 minutes).


To find out more, visit stkildamelbourne.com.au

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Luna Park Melbourne

Ride adrenaline-pumping, heart-stopping rollercoasters and try your luck with carnival games.

Bayside Cycling Trail

Cycle the shores of Port Phillip Bay, easily accessible for riders of all ages and fitness level.

National Theatre Melbourne

Catch live music, dance and theatre by local and international artists at this historic theatre.

The Prince Bandroom

See the hottest indie, hip hop and soul acts when they come to town at this St Kilda mainstay.

St Kilda Sports Club

Take advantage of warmer days with a game of bowls or cricket at the St Kilda Sports Club.

Palais Theatre

This historic auditorium on St Kilda's esplanade hosts veteran crooners, folk stars and indie bands.

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Uncle St Kilda

Meet your new favourite uncle, and enjoy modern, authentic Vietnamese food with a rooftop tipple.

Matcha Mylkbar

Tap into the clean-eating zeitgeist at Matcha Mylkbar, an Instagrammable take on a vegan cafe.

The Nelson

Nod to the naval legend and choose a drop from an impressive list of rum from around the world.

Newmarket Hotel

Arm yourself with an arsenal of microbrews and pig out on saloon food with Latino influences.

The Banff

Choose from an incredible array of pizzas for every meal in this former US soldier barracks.

Miss Jackson

Soak up the St Kilda sun with a slow and languid all-day brunch hit in Miss Jackson's courtyard.

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