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  • Albert Park Lake

    A 225 hectare sporting and recreational park surrounding a large lake that is the focus for many of Victoria's spectacular events, located between the Melbourne CBD and St Kilda

  • Alex Theatre

    Alex Theatre is conveniently located on Fitzroy Street, offering a venue with comfortable seating and a boutique foyer bar. There are three performance spaces which host a number of shows including concerts, comedy, dance and live theatre.

  • Catani Gardens

    A formal garden stretching north along the foreshore from the St Kilda Pier with pathways lined by palm trees which lead to the central Bicentennial Rotunda

  • Jewish Museum of Australia

    Explore the experience of Jewish communities within Australia at the Jewish Museum. The museum features rotating exhibitions about how people of the Yiddish culture came to make a home in Victoria, and showcases the controversy, theatre, music and politics of the Melbourne Yiddish community as their congregation numbers steadily grew. Tours are available of the synagogue and there is a collection of thousands of items of personal and professional significance to the Victorian Jewish community.

  • Linden Centre for Contemporary Arts

    Housed in a grand Victorian mansion, is consists of five gallery spaces showcasing innovative and contemporary art and outdoor art works

  • Luna Park

    This famous family amusement park first opened in 1912 and has been entertaining visitors ever since. Experience popular rides such as the Scenic Rail, Ghost Train, Ferris Wheel, Pharaoh's Curse and Street Legal Dodgems. Entry is free and spectators are welcome, while those who wish to go on rides will need to purchase tickets.

  • Memo Music Hall

    Located within the St Kilda RSL, this performance venue stages a diverse program of entertainment including live theatre, musical recitals, concerts and special event film screenings.

  • National Theatre

    Housed in the original Victory Theatre building which was first opened in 1921, National Theatre is a live performance venue which hosts stage productions, music and dance shows. An iconic venue that takes you right back to the theatres of yesteryear.

  • Palais Theatre

    Built in 1927 as a picture theatre, this striking example of Art Deco architecture now functions as a venue for live performances

  • Red Stitch Actors Theatre

    Australia's leading ensemble theatre company performs contemporary works at their intimate venue in St Kilda.

  • St Kilda Botanic Gardens

    Established in 1859, the gardens contain hundreds of mature trees, the Alister Clarke Rose Garden, an ornamental pond, conservatory and a giant chess board

  • St Kilda Openair Cinema

    A huge movie screen is lit up from dusk during summer on the lawns of South Beach Reserve, next to the St Kilda Sea Baths. Watch a variety of new release and classic movies and enjoy live music before each screening. Food and drinks can be purchased at each screening, and bean loungers or deckchairs can be hired if required.

  • Theatreworks

    See a performance at this creative venue which specialises in alternative theatre

  • Veg Out Community Gardens

    The site of the former St Kilda Bowling Club has been converted into a community garden with plots of vegetables and flowers combined into an outdoor artistic studio with sculptures and paintings integrated into the landscape