Part Bohemian and part mainstream, Acland Street has been around since long before cafes became trendy. St Kilda is an area that has grown to be vibrant and colourful as a result of European migration and Acland Street's famous cake shops and well-known restaurants were established by Europeans in times when restaurants and cafes weren't all that fashionable. A quaint old neighbourhood – loved by backpackers.
An attractive place to live Close to the city for commuting to work
Good transport links While some other villages in Melbourne rest on the seventh day, St Kilda is wide open. The Esplanade Sunday market is renowned for its crafts and wares.
Attractive environment day and night – good quality of life Attractions at night time too - Plenty to do
Luna Park St. Kilda More fun things – For locals, And tourists From far and wide Luna Park, one of Australia's oldest amusement parks, is undergoing a gradual facelift to preserve the historical and hysterical amusements.
Plenty of hotels Place to stay for visitors Place to work for locals
The first home of 70s rockers AC/DC 7 Lansdowne Road, St. Kilda Melbournes notorious St. Kilda district There was a brothel just over the back fence!
St Kilda has always been Melbourne's playground; lively, cosmopolitan, risque and refreshing. This is a 24 hour a day 7 day a week zone of fun and food. The City That Never Sleeps A Place for Fun and Excitement
If time out is called, another of Melbourne's emeralds can be found in the St Kilda Botanic Gardens in Blessington Street You can pay to get married here! Fees: $120.00 Shelter:Yes
St Kilda Pier Get a bit of a tan Or do a bit of painting Or watch the sunset