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This trail celebrates the vibrant Elwood Village and its surrounding landscapes of canal, lake, park and seashore.
Ice-cream fanatics on the look out for this year's latest trends need look no further than these artisan specialists.
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.
Coffee addicts of Melbourne don’t mess around when it comes to a good brew. Tasting notes, temperature, even the ceramics and interior decor can make or break a fabulous coffee drinking experience.
Explore an all-day eatery overlooking the Elwood foreshore, with fantastic seafood to accompany your views at Elwood Bathers. Find out more.
Get outdoors and have some Fun! ElliptiGO Experiences invites you to come and have a go on a guided stand up elliptical bike ride along Melbourne’s most scenic bike paths.
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.
Elwood Beach is the perfect spot to enjoy being beach side.
Whether you’re visiting Port Phillip or you’re a local looking for things to do, hitting up the most instagrammable spots in the area is never a let down.
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.
Do you feel uninspired by heading to the local gym and running on the treadmill, but you’re keen to incorporate regular exercise in your life?
Winter in Melbourne can quickly become icy cold, and many beachside residents find themselves hiding away at home trying to keep warm
Nestled in Ormond Road village, The Grumpy Swimmer is a popular Elwood shop. It’s a special bookshop that specialises in high quality fiction and non-fiction, beautiful children’s books and giftware from local designers.