It opened in 1912 and still retains the feel of an old-style amusement park, with creepy Mr Moon’s gaping mouth swallowing you up as you...
St Kilda Foreshore
While there are palm-fringed promenades, a parkland strand and a long stretch of sand, St Kilda’s seaside appeal is more Brighton,...
Offers kiteboarding lessons, tours and equipment; also a good source of info. In winter they can arrange snow-kiting at Mt Hotham. Also...
Standing gracefully next to Luna Park, the heritage-listed Palais (c 1927) is a St Kilda icon. Not only is the theatre a beautiful old...
Friendly folk, a decent amount of elbow room and low-key music make this a cheery place to down a coffee and lunch in busy St Kilda.
30 Jacka Blvd · interesting places nearby
Stokehouse Cafe information
Two-faced Stokehouse makes the most of its beachfront position, cleverly catering to families and drop-ins downstairs, and turning on its best upstairs for finer diners. It’s a fixture on the Melbourne dining scene and known for its seafood, service and the bay views on offer. Book for upstairs.