You are: artistic, a bit bohemian and happiest by the water
If you're all about the beach, welcome to your perfect match: St Kilda is Melbourne's most popular seaside suburb.
It's only natural then that the day starts and ends on the foreshore. A walk along St Kilda Pier, ice cream in hand, is a rite of passage. Keep your eye out for little penguins at the St Kilda Breakwater.
Locals down here are social creatures. Join them on inline skates or your bike along the boardwalk, or find a different perspective on a roller-coaster at Luna Park. Back on the beach, freshening up St Kilda-style means a dip in the heated seawater spas and pools at St Kilda Sea Baths (or the bay, if brave).
On the flip side to all this seaside, St Kilda is artsy and a free spirit, finding flair with fine dining at waterfront restaurant Stokehouse (almost a celebrity itself); creative musings at cafes along Fitzroy, Carlisle and Acland Streets; and plenty of I-like-it-my-own-way fashion and tunes in independent stores.
Back by the foreshore by night, be ready to enjoy a true St Kilda finale: a live gig at the historic Palais Theatre or Prince Bandroom.