Beccy from Salt Pilates talks to us about her studio and her favourite things to do on Carlisle Street in Balaclava. We are a boutique, contemporary Pilates Studio focused on small group reformer Pilates and private training.
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.
Orlando is Bar Manager of Melbourne’s eccentric fine-diner Lûmé (Gault & Millau Restaurant of the Year 2016; Australian Chef of the Year 2017). Before joining the Lûmé team, Italian-born Orlando was making a name for himself across the globe in the professional bar scene (his impressive CV includes world-renowned venues such as London’s Milk and Honey, The Player and Eau-de-Vie). But it was Orlando’s unique style and skill that initially drew the attention of Lûmé—where he creates beverages to match the restaurant’s multidisciplinary, avant garde approach.
Open since the end of December, The Hack brings grouse beer, snazzy cocktails and American style pit-smoked meats to Port Melbourne.
The spectacular St Vincent Gardens is of national significance for its English style design around surrounding crescents. Designed by Clement Hodgkinson in 1868 the garden reflects the Georgian era. Tree plantings are arranged in symmetrical patterns with themed plantings throughout the gardens timescale, four of which are registered with the National Trust.
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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.
Open since December, Plain Sailing has been packed with beach goers, locals, walkers, cyclists and visitors keen to eat and drink in one of Elwood’s best cafes.
The St Kilda Esplande Market has been a St Kilda Sunday delight since the 1970.
Grab a bite to eat and enjoy browsing works by more than 140 artists and craftspeople in Melbourne’s open-air gallery by the sea.