Welcome! This is an amazing 2BR apartment based in a sunny bayside suburb only less than 5km from Melbourne CBD!
Gleaming modern architecture. Look closer and find restored workers cottages and grand old pubs pubs paying homage to the bean and barley in typical Melbourne style.
Modernly styled and located in a quiet neighbourhood , such walking distance from the beach.
Beacon Cove and Station Pier
Don your designer gear and pound the palm-lined path that hugs the Port Melbourne foreshore. Deviate past architect-designed houses and the high-rise apartment blocks overlooking Port Phillip Bay. Catch your breath in Beach Street's eateries and find spot for a beachfront beverage. Share snacks and sea breeze at the London or Tenpin, or splurge at Waterfront and people-watch as the Spirit of Tasmania ferry arrives, and the international cruise ships dock.
Back in Bay Street
Step back from the beach to Bay Street. Shop up a storm at swanky boutiques, scout quality coffees at Balderdash and My Sister Says, and find best French provisions at Noisette.
The Graham, The Local and the Railway Club Hotel will set you up with frothy beers (boutique, naturally) and top-notch pub grub, while Rose Bar & Diner and Dalmatino provide alternative dining options. Wine time? Make friends with bottle shop and wine bar Harry and Frankie.
My Sister Says
Catch some sun on the communal outside table, tuck into a hearty breakfast at the bar, or fight for a spot among the cluster of cosy inside seats. With a cutesy, eclectic feel, along with friendly staff and a whole swag of sweet and savoury goodies ready to tempt the palate, it's become a firm local favourite.
(118 Bridge Street, Port Melbourne, Victoria, 3204)
Westgate Park offers a range of attractions and activities within close proximity to the city. Located along the eastern banks of the Yarra River under the Westgate Bridge, the park offers spectacular views to the mouth of the Yarra and the city skyline.
Enjoy a picnic lunch with friends or family or cycle along the Yarra River or the Port Melbourne foreshore.
(Todd Road, Port Melbourne, Victoria, 3207)
Just 6km from the city centre, St Kilda is Melbourne’s seaside playground and is much-loved by residents and visitors. St Kilda is renowned for its expansive view of Port Phillip, safe sandy beach, palm-lined boardwalk, huge range of beach activities, big skies, gorgeous sunsets, parks and gardens, great restaurants, bars and cafés, fabulous old buildings, and its colourful past and present.
St Kilda is home to many of Melbourne’s famous visitor attractions including Luna Park, the Esplanade Hotel, Catani Gardens, Acland Street and Fitzroy Street. It is home to St Kilda beach, Melbourne’s most famous beach, several renowned theatres and several of Melbourne’s big events and festivals.
The main street in St Kilda is Fitzroy Street. It’s lined with outdoor pubs, cafes and restaurants serving a wide variety of cuisines showcasing Melbourne’s multicultural heritage.
The café society of Acland Street first bloomed with the influx of cosmopolitan European migrants in the 1950s. That heritage can still be seen in the European-style cake shops, cafes and designer shops that line the street.
Known as Melbourne’s beachside playground, St Kilda has long been a go-to destination for those in search of great food and drink. With so many cuisines to choose from, you’ll find every taste bud is satisfied with the array of options in this foodie paradise. Many of St Kilda’s eateries are located along Fitzroy St and Acland St, with a mix of moody wine bars, summery outdoor terraces, and fine dining restaurants, all located around Port Phillip Bay
The main commercial district is centred on Clarendon Street and side streets, including an area around the South Melbourne Market, with many retailers, cafes, eateries, art galleries and more.
Like the Melbourne CBD, there are many small laneways in South Melbourne, most of them cobbled in bluestone.