Iconic Astor cinema, great for viewing a film in the local hood, with plenty of wining/dining options in the local hood.
The last single screen cinema of its kind in continuous operation in Melbourne, still standing since its grand opening in 1936, and one of only a few single screen movie theatres from the 1930s in the world screening repertory movie programming. The Astor Theatre is a classic, single-screen cinema…
The Astor Theatre is a classic, single-screen revival movie theatre located in the inner Melbourne suburb of St Kilda, that has a long and illustrious history.
The Astor Theatre is a gorgeous, classic single-screen revival movie theatre showing both popular and indie films.
Old cinema in original condition (complete with uncomfortable seats, sadly!). Excellent variety of vintage films and double features, plus modern films.
“I love Pete'n'Rosie's Deli for their fantastic selection of local and imported cheeses, Market Lane do some of the best coffee in Melbourne and the cheese toasties from the stall in the produce hall are truly to die for! The market is a must visit for any true foodie. (Closed Monday & Wednesday)”
“Luna Park Melbourne is a historic amusement park located on the foreshore of Port Phillip Bay in St Kilda, Melbourne, Victoria. It opened on 13 December 1912, with a formal opening a week later, and has been operating almost continuously ever since. Its iconic entrance is synonymous with St Kilda and can be seen on postcards, posters and even tea-towels! ”
“Busy hotel for gastropub eats, with an ample, leafy courtyard. Look out for the famous pink elephants on the roof.”
“Hank Marvin Market is relatively new on the scene but is becoming a popular celebration of Melbourne foodie culture. The weekly street food market provides punters with all sorts of goodies, from granola to paleo burgers hailing from everywhere from Jamaica to Japan. In Alma Park every Saturday from 9am to 3pm.”