Winter in Melbourne can quickly become icy cold, and many beachside residents find themselves hiding away at home trying to keep warm
Coffee addicts of Melbourne don’t mess around when it comes to a good brew. Tasting notes, temperature, even the ceramics and interior decor can make or break a fabulous coffee drinking experience.
Whether you’re visiting Port Phillip or you’re a local looking for things to do, hitting up the most instagrammable spots in the area is never a let down. Not only do you get to pump up your own social media, but you’ll embark on a mini adventure to some truly incredible locations, and have memorable snaps to look back on.
Located in the midst of chic Bay St, corner of Bridge St, Port Melbourne, you find beautiful, 19th century heritage listed former pub, the Balderdash Cafe, originally opened in late 2010.
Pineapple Palm is Albert Park’s newest café opened December 2018, directly across from Sth Melbourne beach and Plum Garland Playground. With a lovely outlook facing the beach and doors fully opened, you can feel the beautiful sea breeze as you dine & drink at this café.
Elwood Bathers has been beautifully refurbished, and with a menu featuring locally sourced, beautiful bistro food, it now offers a fresh perspective on a timeless view.
A host of new hot spots will have visitors flocking back to Melbourne’s beachside neighbourhood St Kilda like a seagull to a hot potato chip.
One of Melbourne’s most defining features is it’s beautiful waterfront. Long stretches of water and city views that can be found from Elwood to Port Melbourne.
Kite Republic is Melbourne’s most active Kiteboarding & Standup Paddle group, based in St Kilda.