Kite Republic is Melbourne’s most active Kiteboarding & Standup Paddle group, based in St Kilda.
Everyday, dog lovers love to spend some time with their four-legged friends & St Kilda has one of the most popular dog beaches in Melbourne that will make your puppy happy as they play and have fun off the leash at the beach.
A photographer's paradise, Princes Pier is an iconic, picturesque part of Melbourne.
The Pier is 580 meters long. It was known as the New Railway Pier until it was renamed Princes Pier after the Prince of Wales who visited Melbourne in 1920.
South Melbourne Night Market celebrates its 10th birthday in 2018 and everyone is invited to join the twilight fun.
Point Ormond on the Elwood foreshore is a local landmark in the City of Port Phillip. It has a varied and fascinating history. Prior to colonisation the local indigenous population, the Bunurong, used Point Ormond as a site for social gatherings. In 1840 Point Ormond became the unlikely site of St. Kilda’s first graveyard and Victoria’s first quarantine station. In the early 1860s an abattoir was built in the vicinity and in the 1890s the point was mined for coal by two remarkable women under the direction of a spirit called ‘Pat’.