Three stages over five levels, The Espy has always been, and always will be, the home of live music in St Kilda.
The Fifth Province has been supporting local and International artists for 5 years now in the heart of Fitzroy Street, St Kilda.
Republica St Kilda Beach is a casual seaside hub where you can lose track of the day basking in spots of sunshine in the large courtyard. This venue ticks all the boxes; charismatic - the ideal place for people watching and great food every night of the week
The Local hosts live music every Friday and Saturday night.
The Local Taphouse is a European-inspired neighbourhood tavern specialising in craft beer, great food and a warm welcome.
If you’re looking for things to do in Port Phillip, and specifically activities in St. Kilda, set aside an evening (or early morning) for one of the most unique and popular outings in the area. You’ve probably heard that St. Kilda Pier houses it’s very own penguin colony, but did you know that you can go visit them all year round, free of charge?
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.
Whether you’ve got a Monday through Friday job, a full schedule with class, duties at home, or even if you’re just a traveller visiting St. Kilda, heading out for a drink is one of the best ways to catch up with friends and take a moment to slow down.
Carlisle Street Arts Space is a versatile exhibition space with the capacity to present a range of visual arts practice including painting, sculpture, printmaking, ceramics, photography, textiles, media and installation works.
We all know that living in Melbourne means many a rainy day to look forward to, but just because an afternoon at the beach isn’t an option doesn’t mean there aren’t plenty of ways to enjoy wet weather.