St Kilda is a bayside suburb 7km from the Melbourne CBD. Fitzroy Street in St Kilda, with its cafes, restaurants, bars, and tables spilling onto the footpath, is one of Melbourne’s most attractive eating and drinking streets. Acland Street has an eclectic mix of restaurants, wine bars, continental cake shops and independent music, book and second-hand stores. During the day the streets are lined with people drinking lattes; at night the clubbers come out to play.
St Kilda has many Victorian terraces, historic mansions, art deco buildings, and modern flats and apartment blocks. It is well connected with many tram and bus services. St Kilda has traditionally had a large Jewish population and has many synagogues and the Jewish Museum of Australia. Attractions include Luna Park, St Kilda Beach, St Kilda Sea Baths, the St Kilda Public Gardens, and the St Kilda Pavilion. Popular venues include the Esplanade Hotel (The Espy), the Palais Theatre, the National Theatre, and the arthouse cinema The Astor Theatre.
St Kilda Hotels & Accommodation
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St Kilda Restaurants, Cafes, Bars
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