St kilda espalande markets every Sunday with 140+ stalls. Great bars and night life, watch the sun set by the water.
St Kilda is Melbourne's most famous beach. The beach is a sandy one about 700 metres long between St Kilda Marina and St Kilda Harbour.
You get to enjoy the sunset here as well as penguin sighting here for free. Just a 20 minute travel, you can take a tram 96 to St kilda beach.
You can enjoy the sun and beach at St kilda beach , and also you can see the free Penguin at Port St kilda .
“维多利亚国家美术馆 (The National Gallery of Victoria) 拥有两个宏大的的展馆，彼此之间的距离步行即可到达，两家展馆内的固定藏品均可免费参观。维多利亚州的本地人和游客们现在可以在一个宏大的艺术展区内欣赏到两个公立美术馆的精美收藏。”
“Beautiful Albert Park Lake surrounded by greenery. The perfect spot for a walk, run or a leisurely picnic. There are BBQ facilities available.”
“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! ”
“Melbourne Gardens is a treasured part of cultural life and a valuable asset to the heritage rich city. With its stunning vistas, tranquil lakes and diverse plant collections, the Gardens are a place of continual discovery and delight. Enjoy the Aboriginal Heritage Walk, a Free Guided Walk, a ride on the Garden Explorer or Punting on the tranquil Ornamental Lake, all set against a beautiful backdrop and just moments from the city. These beautiful Gardens are home to amazing and diverse plant collections such as camellias, rainforest flora, succulents and cacti, roses, Californian species, herbs, perennials, cycads and plants from Southern China. Guilfoyle's Volcano offers visitors a fabulous precinct to explore. The Gardens are also a natural sanctuary for native wildlife. The Children's Garden has everything that children could want to help them discover the natural world, with plant tunnels that they can crawl through, rocks that they can climb and a bamboo forest in which they can hide. Visitors can unwind at one of two cafés, The Terrace or Jardin Tan. Or find botanical-inspired souvenirs and gifts at the Gardens Shop. During summer, the lawns come alive with outdoor cinema, theatre performances and exhibitions. Dogs are welcome inside the gardens but must be on a lead. The gardens are just an 18 minute walk away from Federation Square (5 mins by car or shuttle bus). www.rbg.vic.gov.au ”