Situated just 10 minutes away from Melbourne CBD by train, this spacious and cosy apartment showcases a picturesque view of the city and stunning scenic landscapes in a very accessible location which makes it perfect for couples and travelers seeking for a home away from home.
With a relaxing living area and working space, reliable Wifi and internet connectivity, fully equipped kitchen, comfortable bed, modern bathroom, laundry area staying in this apartment will definitely be very convenient.
Highly recommended for couples or business travellers looking for a convenient place to stay in the city complete with a lift, living and working space, WiFi and internet connectivity, fully equipped kitchen, dining space, clean and comfortable bed, bathroom, laundry area, iron and board, and balcony.
Building amenities such as a deck for entertainment with a panoramic view of the city, a gym, heated pool, steam and sauna are also available which will certainly give you a one of a kind experience
The entire apartment, as well as the Health and Wellbeing amenities in the building such as the deck, the pool, gym, sauna and steam room, can be accessed by my guests but please be reminded of their operational hours which can be seen upon the entrance of the area.
South Yarra is one of Melbourne's oldest and most affluent inner suburbs. It is bordered by the Yarra River and Richmond to the north, Prahran to the south and Toorak to the east.
South Yarra's vast commercial zone features entertainment, dining, cafes, bars, fashion and shopping.
The famous Chapel Street is surrounded with clubs, cafes, the popular Jam Factory entertainment complex, exclusive retail outlets, the Como Centre which is a large shopping centre and Vogue Shopping Plaza.
Toorak Road is an area full of restaurants and many stylish fashion retailers featuring the best of local and imported goods.
Commercial Road divides South Yarra from Prahran and homes more retail shops, the Pran Central Shopping Centre and the iconic Prahran Market.
Most of South Yarra's residential areas consist of stunning tree-lined roads. There are several historic mansions, including Como House which is open to the public, clusters of terrace houses and apartment buildings.
South Yarra has a large selection of open space and parkland for visitors and residents. The largest areas of parkland are along the Yarra River and also Fawkner Park along South Yarra's western boundary. Smaller parks, many with playgrounds, can be found dotted throughout the suburb.
The meandering Yarra River forms the northern boundary of South Yarra. The shady Alexandra Avenue follows the path of the river and beside it is the Capital City Trail walkway and bicycle track which is part of a 32-kilometre loop around Melbourne's inner suburbs. The Yarra River is lined by continuous parkland and panoramic views of the city and riverfront can be enjoyed from the several bridges which cross the river into Richmond, including Church Street Bridge, Hoddle Bridge at Punt Road and the pedestrian-only Morell Bridge.
Getting around South Yarra is very easy as there are a lot of transportation options to choose from.
You may want to walk and wander the astonishing tree-lined streets of South Yarra or rent a car for a more convenient tour.
Trains and trams are also a great option to explore the busy streets of this suburb or take a bus to your desired destination.
Ferries are also best if you want to have a relaxing ride along the river with spectacular views of the city.
If you want to get to your destination in a comfortable and convenient way, consider renting a car.
Three of the known car rental companies in the suburb are Hertz, Avis and Budget. These car rental companies have their own website making it easier for you to book and get a ride
Getting to your desired place has never been this easy as the nearest train station is just two minutes away from the apartment building. Just head west on Toorak Road or State Route 26 toward Chambers Street and the South Yarra station will be on your right. South Yarra train station is on the Pakenham, Cranbourne, Frankston and Sandringham lines.
The second train station is the Hawksburn Station which is on the Pakenham, Cranbourne and Frankston lines and serves the eastern part of the suburb. To get there, head east on Toorak Road or State Route 26 toward Chapel Street and turn right onto Hawksburn Road.
Tram routes 58, 72 and 78 run through South Yarra.
The route of no. 58 is Pascoe Vale South to Toorak, no. 72 is Melbourne University to Camberwell and no. 78 is Richmond North to St. Kilda.
Major bus routes also run through South Yarra and along Commercial Road and Punt Road.
Routes are as follows.
No. 216: Burnside to Brighton
No. 219: Sunshine to Gardenvale
No. 220: Sunshine to Gardenvale
No. 246: Elsternwick to Fitzroy North
No. 605: Melbourne to Gardenvale
No. 969 - Night Bus: Melbourne to Ringwood
Cruising along the Yarra and Maribyrnong River via Melbourne Water Taxi is the most enjoyable and relaxing ways to get around as this gives you a one of a kind sightseeing experience.
• No smoking
• Not suitable for pets
• No parties or events
• Not safe or suitable for children 0-12 years
• Check in is anytime after 3PM