Port Phillip Eco Centre
In summer, the centre runs monthly 'stormwater drain to penguin colony' tours showing the diverse environment of the St Kilda seafront.
St Kilda Botanical Gardens
Taking pride of place on the southern line of the Barkly, Carlisle and Blessington St triangle, the Botanic Gardens are an unexpected...
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...
An old favourite, the Vineyard has the perfect corner position and a courtyard BBQ that attracts crowds of backpackers and scantily clad...
I Carusi II
Located beyond the Acland St chaos in this nostalgic corner shop, I Carusi pizzas have a particularly tasty dough and follow the...
229 Barkly St · interesting places nearby
Dot Herbey information
Grandma Dot and Grandpa Herb smile down upon this tiny corner boutique from a mural-sized photo, right at home among the vintage floral fabrics and retro style. This is definitely not somewhere to go if you’re looking for chain-store same-same; it’s also a colourful departure from the Melbourne-black dictate.