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GIDDIUP

GIDDIUP

Ever wonder where crowds of South Melbourne’s best dressed creative types go to get lunch? It’s GIDDIUP.

Walks 101

Walks 101

Walks 101 St Kilda is a free tour that departs daily at 11am from Luna Park.

iddy biddy

iddy biddy

Set in the back streets of the St Kilda Village, iddy biddy is a funky relaxed bar/cafe with food & drink specials.
Leroy Espresso

Leroy Espresso

15 years & going strong, Leroy Espresso welcomes it's regulars and newcomers to dine in and enjoy a slice of Acland Street.
Kotch Lane

Kotch Lane

Inspired by the Caribbean slang term for hang or chill out, Kotch Lane have created a space for just that where everybody that walks through the door can feel like a local.
Chez Dré

Chez Dré

Down an inconspicuous alley near the South Melbourne Market lies Chez Dré, a warehouse converted café, a bustling hub of French-inspired sweet & savoury delights, serving all-day brunch, delicious take away meals & fresh daily baked pastries.

Bibelot

Bibelot

Located at the Coventry Street entrance to Chez Dré, Bibelot is an opulent destination for all-things-sweet. Everything in-store is made by hand using premium quality ingredients from around the world. Bibelot house an artisanal patisserie, gelateria, coffee bar and chocolate shop – the perfect destination for any dessert aficionado.

Skydive St Kilda

Skydive St Kilda

Tandem skydive over some of Australia's most spectacular beach and city panoramas with beach jumps over St Kilda beach!
St Kilda Botanical Gardens

St Kilda Botanical Gardens

These historic Gardens have their origins at the very beginning of St Kilda. In November 1859, only two years after the first Council elections (1857), the St Kilda Council, wishing to beautify the rapidly developing suburb, voted to set aside these 16 acres of land for the purpose of a Botanical Garden.

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