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Skating At St Kilda, Acland St

Skating At St Kilda, Acland St

The Skating At Festival in partnership with Air Canada and Acland Street Village will be returning to Acland Street these winter school holidays offering a unique winter wonderland ice skating experience in St Kilda.

Surviving Winter in Elwood: Things to do and Places to go to Stay Warm

Surviving Winter in Elwood: Things to do and Places to go to Stay Warm

Winter in Melbourne can quickly become icy cold, and many beachside residents find themselves hiding away at home trying to keep warm

Palais Theatre Live Music

Palais Theatre Live Music

Built in 1927 as an art deco picture palace, St Kilda’s Palais Theatre is Australia's No. 1 theatre concert venue with a proud history of hosting local and international concerts, live music, comedy, ballet, orchestra, kid's shows and community events

Hotel Esplanade, The Espy Live Music

Hotel Esplanade, The Espy Live Music

Three stages over five levels, The Espy has always been, and always will be, the home of live music in St Kilda.

Things to do in Albert Park this Autumn

Things to do in Albert Park this Autumn

With autumn in Melbourne comes parks full of leaves changing colours and days of sunshine amongst the ever-crisper mornings and dropping temperatures in the evenings.

Bibelot South Melbourne Easter 2019

Bibelot South Melbourne Easter 2019

Bibelot is an opulent destination for all-things-sweet; an artisanal pâtisserie, gelateria, coffee bar and chocolate shop.

La Central

La Central

Melbourne's first Spanish deli-meets-bodega has opened at South Melbourne Market.

Around Elwood Village

Around Elwood Village

This trail celebrates the vibrant Elwood Village and its surrounding landscapes of canal, lake, park and seashore.

Immigrants Trail

Immigrants Trail

This Trail celebrates the contribution to the City of Port Phillip by immigrants and settlers. For many of these new arrivals, Station Pier was their first landfall in Australia after long and hazardous journeys by sea. This shipping trade has left its historic imprint on Port Melbourne, which retains many public buildings from settlement days.

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