Sun Set Gazers - Explore Port Phillip
Elwood Bathers
Elwood Bathers

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.

St Kilda Festival 2019

St Kilda Festival is a free celebration of community spirit, Australian music and the beautiful St Kilda foreshore. Since the first St Kilda Festival in 1980, this well-loved annual summer celebration has established itself as an iconic event that brings hundreds of thousands of people together for one massive day of fun!

Hotel Esplanade St Kilda

Your favourite band in The Gershwin Room, pre-gig beers in the Star Wars bar, stumbling in from the seaside… everyone has a story to tell about The Espy.

South Melbourne Night Markets

It’s not too early to start getting excited about this year’s South Melbourne Night Market. If you’re looking for things to do in South Melbourne, make sure the South Melbourne Night Market is at the top of your list.

Artisan ice-cream
Artisan ice-cream

Ice-cream fanatics on the look out for this year's latest trends need look no further than these artisan specialists.

St Kilda Twilight Market

Thursday nights are like no other come summertime in St. Kilda, on account of the ever popular St. Kilda Twilight market. Beginning at the end of November and continuing through summer, the O’Donnell Gardens are transformed into a bustling, bazaar-style gathering, from 5pm every Thursday night, solving the midweek question of ‘what to do in St. Kilda’.

Top 10: St Kilda
Top 10: St Kilda

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.

Pontoon St Kilda Beach

Pontoon St Kilda Beach is the perfect spot to soak up the newfound sun every day this summer.

City of Port Phillip by bike part 1: Elwood to St Kilda

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.

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