Adina Apartment Hotel St Kilda offers space, style and service. The difference Adina offers is lifestyle, your own private apartment, a great place to entertain or simply relax.
Stay in an Adina Apartment Hotel and enjoy the comforts of a home combined with the services of a hotel. You will have a great place to relax, to entertain or work, and space for the family in your own private apartment. From chic fashion stores, lively cafes and trendy bars, to hip beaches, art galleries and theatres, Adina Apartment Hotel St Kilda a is sure to have a nearby activity or attraction that will interest you.
Superbly located right in the heart of St Kilda and just minutes from the city centre, the hotel is close to all that eclectic St Kilda has to offer. Chill out at Acland or Fitzroy Streets, stroll along the esplanade market or be thrilled by the roar of Formula1 racing engines when the Grand Prix hits town.
Are you looking for budget accommodation in a funky beachside suburb, just 20 minutes by tram from Melbourne city centre? The award winning Habitat HQ has every option to consider, including dorms, ensuite dorms, private ensuite and family rooms.
Whether you are backpacker, a working holiday maker or travelling with friends and family, Habitat HQ has accommodation to suit and will help you save money.
Features at Habitat HQ are free internet WiFi, free basic breakfast daily, pancakes on Wednesday, free barbecue on Thursday, free musical instruments, free events daily, secure car parking for only $4 per night subject to availability and door to door shuttle bus service (Tullamarine) for only $15 per person. Please contact Habitat HQ to receive your discount code....
Crest on Barkly Hotel is located right behind number one Saint Kilda Road Melbourne. Just eight minutes from Melbourne's Central Business District.
Saint Kilda Road is also recognised as one of the most prestigious business locations in Melbourne.
The suites, rooms and serviced apartments of Crest on Barkly, 80 in total, offer all the comforts and conveniences you would expect from an international four star Hotel.
All suites and rooms have reverse cycle air conditioning, television, clock radio, ISD and STD direct dial telephones, free wireless internet, refrigerator, coffee and tea making facilities. There is a hair dryer and complimentary toiletries in the bathrooms.
The 24-hour reception will organise your early morning wake up call, dry cleaning and laundry, although there is a guest laundry,Crest on Barkly has safe deposit facilities, fax and photocopying services.
A secure undercover car park is also provided for your convenience. A lift from all levels of the hotel will take you to your suite or room. Crest on Barkly offers value for money.
The city fringe location allows Crest on Barkly to offer an excellent class of accommodation and services at moderate rates....
Stay right in the heart of the action without breaking the budget. Easystay Studio Apartments are located in St Kilda, Melbourne's liveliest beachside suburb and an ideal base for your Melbourne holiday.
The Studio Apartments are based in five very central locations around St Kilda, and are great value for those who like to cook for themselves. They are available as doubles, twins, family apartments or one-bedroom self-contained apartments. All have kitchenettes and free Wi-Fi internet access. Ask about their long term stay rates.
An Easystay holiday is an comfortable yet great value accommodation option. Two children aged 12 and under can stay for free when using existing bedding. Your own studio apartment for affordable prices.
Known as Melbourne's historic seaside playground, there is no better place to stay than St Kilda when visiting Melbourne. St Kilda's major attractions, St Kilda beach, Luna Park, Fitzroy Street bars and clubs and the delectable Acland Street cake shops, are all within walking distance from Easystay Studio Apartments.
If you are heading into the city for a show, St Kilda is only 20 minutes away by tram from the Melbourne city centre. All apartments are a short walk from public transport....
Welcome to 'The Original Art Hotel'. Once an art gallery, café and private residence of flamboyant Melbourne artist Mirka Mora and her husband Georges, the Tolarno Hotel has always been a creative space in Melbourne’s beach side suburb of St Kilda.
In a salute to the charismatic Mirka, the hotel’s walls and halls are hung with striking artworks by emerging and accomplished artists, 160+ works in total including a number of Mirka’s – guest’s often comment that it’s like staying in an art gallery.
There are a variety of room types offers something for everyone, starting with smallest room the piccolo room, followed by the standard room and standard room with balcony, superior room, studio suite and two bedroom suite. The hotel also feature two conference rooms, bar and restaurant.
Combine these striking surrounds with friendly service, well-appointed rooms and suites and location in the heart of St Kilda’s dining and entertainment precinct and you have a stay like no other.
With trams just a 30-second walk from our front door offering easy access to Melbourne’s city centre attractions, shopping, restaurants, events and business precinct, you are connected to everything the city has to offer....
Base Backpackers St Kilda will change what you think of backpacking. The multi award winning Base Backpackers is a modern purpose built hostel in the heart of cosmopolitan St Kilda. Base Backpackers is both stylish and hip, with great facilities throughout.
Located just one minute from Acland Street and its multitude of cafes and bars, and with the beach just a just short five minute stroll away, Base Backpackers St Kilda is the place to be.
Facilities include the lively Red Eye Bar with nightly events such as a free barbecue and trivia, a travel desk, luggage storage, cable television, 24 hour access with security swipe cards and high speed internet cafe.
Located five minutes from Luna Park and the beach, Base Backpackers is right in the heart of St Kilda. First class facilities at backpacker prices.
All rooms have air-conditioning, ensuite shower and toilet, heating and personal lockers. The girls only sanctuary floor has all this and with free hair dryers, fluffy towels and hair care products. Double rooms have ensuite facilities, towels and five star linen.
Fresh, fun, stylish accommodation. Come stay and play with Base Backpackers St Kilda now.
The Shamrock Hotel at Greenethorpe, is a 30 minute drive south east of Grenfell. Greenethorpe is the home of share farming in Australia and one of Greenethorpe's biggest attractions is Iandra Castle.
The Shamrock provides the best of country hospitality and friendly locals. The hotel is well known for its excellent meals and you are guaranteed to meet a friendly local up for a yarn in the bar.
The Yalukit Wilum Ngargee is an annual free Indigenous music and cultural festival. Held in St Kilda’s O’Donnell Gardens, a significant contemporary Indigenous meeting place, the YWN main festival day brings you a deadly program of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander music and arts.
Now in its eleventh year, this annual celebration of Indigenous culture features emerging and established Indigenous musicians, dancers and performers, market stall holders, children’s activities and festival activities....
Located within Hotel Barkly, St Kilda Beach House provides accommodation for backpackers and budget travellers. Conveniently located in the heart of St Kilda close to tram, train and bus stops, as well as bustling Acland Street, Luna Park and the Esplanade.
All rooms contain a private ensuite and air-conditioning. A secure key card system, Wi-Fi internet available (at a charge), lockers, a lounge & television area, self-contained kitchen, and an awesome rooftop bar with stunning views of St Kilda all ensure the comfort and enjoyment of your stay.
Free airport shuttle (to St Kilda Beach House's door) when you book three nights or more. Please contact reception for Tullamarine Airport departure times. Tickets can be purchased at reception for your return trip.
Please visit the website for more information....
The Sailing World Cup – Melbourne 2016 is the final event to the 2016 Sailing World Cup Series that started in Melbourne in December 2015. This series is the pinnacle Olympic sailing series for professional sailors who will have recently competed in the 2016 Rio Olympic Games and have a focus for Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.
Now in its seventh year, the Sailing World Cup – Melbourne is well established as a world-class fixture in Victoria’s summer of sailing. Showcasing the best of the best, the Sailing World Cup – Melbourne is the premier annual event for Olympic class sailing in the Southern Hemisphere.
Over the seven day event, Sailing World Cup - Melbourne on average attracts close to 10,000 people, whether it be to compete, support, spectate or engage in a number of on and offshore related activities....
Nature Creates, We Enhance.
Made in Earth's mission is to create and enhance your gemstone jewellery experience by offering a vast array of exotic and beautiful gemstones set in handcrafted sterling silver. Founded in 1999 by Bunny Bedi, the Head Designer and Creative Director, Bunny had a vision of offering his gemstone collection to the public and since then Made in Earth has been one of the leading sterling silver and gemstone jewellery companies in the Australian market offering beautiful and unique hand-crafted jewellery.
Located on Acland Street in St Kilda, The industrial-inspired gallery carries an exclusive range of over 150 gemstones, crystals, fossils and meteorites from across the globe along with a 500kg amethyst geode from Brazil taking centre stage. Our ever-changing jewellery collection guarantees a unique visit every time....
Join Australia's biggest free celebration of summer, showcasing Australian artists and talents against the spectacular natural beauty of the St Kilda foreshore.
Held on the second Sunday in February each year, the St Kilda Festival attracts over 400,000 attendees. The streets of St Kilda are closed to traffic when the pick of Australia's best musicians play over multiple stages, while people are entertained with a vast range of performances, workshops, kids' entertainment, extreme sports, dance, carnival rides, buskers and a whole lot more....
Apartments Ink is a modern and vibrant serviced apartments hotel which is located in cosmopolitan Saint Kilda, perfect for the corporate or leisure travellers. Situated on Inkerman Street between St Kilda Road and Chapel Street, it is only a few kilometres from Melbourne city centre.
Apartments Ink is beautifully appointed, and evokes a sense of warmth and sophistication. Kitchens are fully equipped with European appliances and laundry facilities are an added bonus in all apartments.
St Kilda Beach, Fitzroy Street, Acland Street, Luna Park, Caulfield Racecourse and an array of shopping strips are all within close proximity to Apartments Ink. St Kilda is well known for the array of dining options it provides and the picturesque bayside setting they are set upon. All restaurants, cafes and bars are all within a 15 minute walk or five minute tram ride.
Come visit Apartments Ink and experience it for yourself....
On Melbourne's premier beach front, the St Kilda Sea Baths overlooks the idyllic and picturesque Bay.
With a history dating to the middle of the 19th Century, this Melbourne institution continues to define the ultimate beach side lifestyle. Only six kilometres from Melbourne city, it is well within reach, yet a world away.
The iconic Sea Baths is home to:
Captain Baxter, the place to be 'scene' in St Kilda. Beachside cocktail lounge and restaurant. Republica, an iconic St Kilda bar, restaurant with courtyard and beachside dining and drinks. Beachcomber goes beyond expectations providing uninterrupted views and amazing Greek fare. The Boardwalk Take Out is touted as the best ice cream in Melbourne.
Swift Carbon is the newest in carbon fibre bikes for sale (and hire). Encore St Kilda is one of Australia's most inspiring function centres with unmatched location and style. Kite Republic has it all for kite boarding and KR SUP Centre has stand up paddle board hire, sales and lessons.
South Pacific Health Club offers the finest quality health and fitness in Melbourne. Spa Dreamtime offers an urban day spa oasis. The Sea Baths pool has the benefits of the filtered Sea Water, providing many health benefits....
Providing panoramic views of the Melbourne skyline and Port Phillip Bay, the pier is a popular destination for strolling, cycling, roller blading and fishing. Catch a ferry to Williamstown, enjoy a snack at the kiosk or try to spot the penguins and native water rats from the breakwater. Whatever your preference, St Kilda Pier provides an unforgettable experience right in the heart of Melbourne.
St Kilda Pier's history dates back to 1853 when the St Kilda Pier and Jetty Company constructed a wooden jetty to assist the early settlers in unloading timber, building materials and firewood to St Kilda. Not long after its construction the small jetty fell victim to a stormy Port Phillip Bay and was washed away.
The historic St Kilda Pier Kiosk was built in 1904 and has undergone several renovations in its time.
Conditions can change in parks for many reasons. For the latest information on changes to local conditions, please visit the relevant park page on the Parks Victoria website.
Be bushfire ready in the great outdoors. Refer to the Bushfire Safety section on the Parks Victoria website for tips on how to stay safe....
The St Kilda Mile is staged at one of Australia’s most vibrant beaches, St Kilda and finishes alongside the iconic St Kilda Pier. In 2017, the event moves from December to Saturday March 18.
The main event, One Mile, is one of the most popular open water distances around the globe and is achievable for any ability. Other events include a half mile short course, the 800 metre junior giants event for kids aged eight to sixteen years and the 3.8 kilometre Marathon – a chance for seasoned swimmers to push their limits.
Whether it is for training or a new personal challenge, join world series swims ambassador Michael Klim and special guests to conquer the mile....
Summer in Melbourne is all about St Kilda Beach and the St Kilda Sea Baths. If you want to join in or just watch some fun beach volleyball, music, drinks and pizza right on St Kilda beach - it is on all summer long on Melbourne's most famous beach, right in front of the iconic St Kilda Sea Baths.
Head on down to Republica St Kilda at the St Kilda Sea Baths to join in the fun each Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday nights from 6pm (games commence 6:30pm).
The season runs during daylight savings October to March. New players, travellers and people without teams are most welcome.
No experience required (there are great coaches). Have fun in the sun or just soak up the amazing atmosphere.
Watch from the beachside bar and restaurant or to play contact Big Al for more details.
For information on getting there, visit the St Kilda Sea Baths website....