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St. Kilda is an iconic beachside suburb and one of the most culturally and economically diverse of Melbourne’s neighbourhoods. It is a traditional haven for musicians, artists and writers, drawn to the European ambience and fresh ocean breezes. At night, it can have an edgier side, but by day, it features a relaxed vibe – the market stalls, boutiques and outdoor bars display St. Kilda’s easygoing attitude. Ocean winds blow from Port Phillip Bay and waves lap onto its long and mostly deserted beaches. Rides whir at the world’s oldest operational Luna Park. On a lazy weekend morning, bikers cruise along Acland Street, showing off their motorcycles. But the late morning crowds are too busy at brunch to notice. St. Kilda is a perfect place to relax after a night out with friends.
Enjoyed the beach and I particularly enjoyed the pier and the history that surrounds it.
Been to quite a few fabulous Australian beaches on my visit but St Kilda was by far the dirtiest and can’t quite figure out whether it’s people or tidal.
Would return as I love the vibe of the whole St Kilda area.
went to luna park on a warm day with our son and grandaughter, Not much shade, Tables and chairs where taken over with bags and things so getting a seat was hard. Some off the rides were shut. tried to get a drink but couldn't get served.
We love walking through this garden, with the different vegies, and especially the clever sculptures and ornamental artworks. Many are fascinating to see,with some clever ideas for what would otherwise be junk.
We visit it every time we are in St. KIlda
Plenty of space in these gardens to play some sport or just chill. There’s some public BBQ’s at one end that we’re very popular on the day we visited. Took a fair while for us to find a spot to cook our food.
The park runs along the beach road so it’s not far to go if you want to...
"Gorgeous food+views! Definite bucket list for both!"
reviewed 3 days ago by Kate M
My friend has a standing Saturday night table in the alcove & the attentive staff know him well. The food is exquisite & he enjoyed the oysters, then the amazing scallops & had his snapper ‘de boned’ at the table. I had the Barramundi with small seafood selection in a bowl, which was luscious & tasted as good as it...
Found this place on trip advisor and turned up on a week night not knowing what to expect. What we going was a lovely rustic outdoor patio (indoor tables also available) with a menu full of delicious seafood.
We had the prawns to start (one each - they were huge) and then the crab to share, with some bread. Absolutely...
The food at Rococo is still quite good. Not priced as well as it used to be before the renovations... but the pizza is still great and the meatball pasta and chicken & bacon risotto are still favourites
"Staff great, food ordinary, boss arrogant and sleazy"
reviewed 1 week ago by Mick M
The staff appear to be all backpackers that are intimidated by a vocal, arrogant and sexist manager. The manager would yell at staff, touch female staff in an inapproriate way and leer at female customers. This made the feeling uncomfortable and mixed with ordinary salads, we won't be returning.