St Kilda Beach

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Melbourne’s most famous beach is located just 6km from Melbourne city centre, and its expanse of sand and its promenade, pier and harbour, marine clubs, sea baths and restaurants set St Kilda apart from any other Melbourne area.

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Restaurants & Pubs

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St Kilda is one of Melbourne’s “most well-endowed fine-dining suburbs”, according to our gastronomic bible, The Age Good Food Guide 2012.

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St Kilda Acland Street Bakery

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St Kilda is defined by two distinct retail strips, ACLAND STREET and FITZROY STREET, with the vibrant Esplanade and the stunning St Kilda beach providing a natural link between the activity centres.

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Luna Park

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Melbourne’s Luna Park is a historic amusement park located on the foreshore of Port Phillip Bay in St Kilda, Melbourne, Victoria. It opened on 13 December 1912 and has been operating almost continuously ever since. It was the first of …

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Lentil As Anything

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Lentil as Anything is a unique not for profit community organisation. The organisation has been working successfully for over 13 years now, with four restaurants in Preston, Abottsford convent, St Kilda and Footscray.

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St Kilda Pier Little Penguin Colony

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The St Kilda Breakwater which protects the harbour is home to a colony of around 1200 Little Penguins.

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