Whether you’re going out with friends for an active weekend catch-up or taking advantage of some much-needed solo time through the week, take in some fresh air with a nice long walk. These are six walks that we highly recommend taking around the City of Port Phillip.
As the creative juice behind The Hampton Apartments in Port Melbourne, Bruno Torres is no stranger to great service and luxury.
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? Looking for things to do and ways to stay fit in Port Phillip can be a little intimidating if you’re new to a studio or type of exercise.
We opened our first East Coast brewery in Port Melbourne in 2015.
This Trail celebrates the contribution to the City of Port Phillip by immigrants and settlers. For many of these new arrivals, Station Pier was their first landfall in Australia after long and hazardous journeys by sea. This shipping trade has left its historic imprint on Port Melbourne, which retains many public buildings from settlement days.
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. Not only do you get to pump up your own social media, but you’ll embark on a mini adventure to some truly incredible locations, and have memorable snaps to look back on.
Whether you’re looking for a nice day out, or simply looking to get from one side of the bay to the other, leave the stress of driving in Melbourne’s heavy traffic behind with a trip on St Kilda Ferry.
Located in the midst of chic Bay St, corner of Bridge St, Port Melbourne, you find beautiful, 19th century heritage listed former pub, the Balderdash Cafe, originally opened in late 2010.
Ciao! Our beautiful venue has it all, including “Ciao Cielo” which sits in a rustic refurbished courthouse.