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St Kilda is a trendy and cosmopolitan suburb of Melbourne in Australia; it’s conveniently located close to the city centre on the sandy shoreline of Port Phillip Bay.

Here you will find a comfortable, trendy boutique hotel that will offer you all the conveniences you need to ensure your stay is an enjoyable one.

The Local Area

You can spend days wandering around St Kilda without venturing into Melbourne City Centre. St Kilda is known for food, entertainment and nightlife. The streets are lined with fashion stores, cake shops, restaurants, bars and bustling shopping streets.

The coastal paths and the public boardwalk make this a dream for outdoor lovers with walking, jogging and bicycle riding. There are two parks, the Botanical Gardens and O’Donnell Gardens both located within this suburb, where you can enjoy leisurely walks, quiet picnics or just soak up the panoramic views.

St Kilda Pier is a major tourist attraction, constructed in 1853 this pier offers a fantastic viewing deck where you can soak up the sights of the bay with picturesque views and see the penguins who have made the breakwater their new home.

Then there is Melbourne City Centre. This is a short tram ride from St Kilda and your first stop should be Federation Square. This square is jam packed with museums, art galleries and attractions. Its here you will find the fine dining restaurants, the bars and cafes. Enjoy a guided tour or just relax in one of the parks.

Queen Victoria Marks is a must; this is a historical landmark, a shopping mecca and a big tourist attraction. This market is the largest open market in the southern hemisphere and spans over seven acres of traders.

Yarra Valley is simply beautiful. This is a wine valley region and home to four wineries where you can enjoy guided tours, wine tastings and picturesque views.

Sovereign Hill is an old mining town replica, this fun town lets you experience an underground mine, ride in a stagecoach and even pan for gold. This is one attraction the whole family will love.

Docklands is a district that offers restaurants, bars and trendy cafes. There are art galleries, beautiful marinas and parklands to explore just west of the city centre. Take in the breath taking views this area has to offer.

Before you leave Melbourne, be sure to stop at the two favourite tourist attractions, the Melbourne Zoo and the Melbourne Aquarium.


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