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Bedste aktiviteter i St. Kilda

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Bridge
“Spend a day out on the beach or collect a pass to the St Kilda sea baths for a swim in their salt water pools. Both right on the water. ”
256 lokale anbefaler
Theme Park
“Old amusement park, complete with the most rickety rollercoaster you'll ever ride (Mad Mouse).”
187 lokale anbefaler
Park
“Stunning gardens with a gorgeous lake, resident ducks and pigeons and lots of green grass to relax and enjoy.”
120 lokale anbefaler
Café
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“ Vogue Plaza. 670 Chapel St South Yarra. Across the road from where you are staying!”
170 lokale anbefaler
Route
“Great colourful strip of shops with a variety of clothing stores, bakeries, coffee shops and bars”
133 lokale anbefaler
Pub
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“Great selection of beers on tap. Changes regularly. Gastopub food. Has a rooftop with a fireplace. live music, comedy and jazz nights.”
95 lokale anbefaler
Indie Movie Theater
“Old cinema in original condition (complete with uncomfortable seats, sadly!). Excellent variety of vintage films and double features, plus modern films.”
90 lokale anbefaler
Italian Restaurant
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“Iconic St Kilda restaurant; it's an institution. Lovely staff and very good Italian home-style food. On the expensive side, but worth the money. No bookings, so arrive around 6ish if you want to get a table during busy holiday periods. ”
92 lokale anbefaler
Teater
“The Palais is an institution for travelling Artists for as long as I can remember. Comedians, Bands, DJs, Broadway shows, kids shows - there is always something going on here. Make sure you check it out and Google 'Palais Theatre' when in town to catch a show. I recently saw Robert Plant there (Led Zeppelin fame) on a whim and it was so good. Classic tiered seating and an amazing sound that is hard to replicate anywhere.”
51 lokale anbefaler
Asian Restaurant
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“Hawker hall has an inimitable energy. A lot of that is down to the sound system, which mean you might also feel a little hoarse after you visit. Then there's the buzz generated by 160 diners, who are spread beneath strings of festoon lights. The menu is a hit list of Malaysia and Singapore's best Hawker market dishes, with a few other influences. In addition to noodles, rice, roti and curry dishes, expect plenty of cumin, turmeric and cinnamon courtesy of Malaysia's Indian connection. I recommend the banquet - tell the waiter if you have any dietary requirements and they'll keep the intolerance-friendly food flowing.”
63 lokale anbefaler
Theme Park Ride / Attraction
“Luna Park is a fun little spot for the family with young kids. Look out for special events via their website as they bring the circus to town through-out the year. ”
53 lokale anbefaler
Japanese Restaurant
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“A wee bit pricey but food is incredible. They don’t take bookings, and you may be waiting for a little bit - but there’s a heap of bars around whilst you wait!”
58 lokale anbefaler
Mexican Restaurant
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“Bayside bar and taqueria Radio Mexico will satisfy any cravings you have for tequila, tacos and hot sauce with a simple, well-priced menu. The menu boasts hanger steak or salt-bush lamb tacos, rockling ceviche, and goals milk caramel with toasted coconut ice-cream for dessert. I suggest you order the chilaquiles - deep-fried tortilla chips with sour cream, avocado and salsa.”
77 lokale anbefaler
Seafood Restaurant
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“Claypots has amazing food in a romantic atmosphere. Enjoy the food of Mediterranean style seafood cooked in clay pots or enjoy the worldly live music on each night. I highly recommend this spot. ”
70 lokale anbefaler
Vinbar
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“Excllent cheese and wine platters; be prepared to be indulged. An experience!”
64 lokale anbefaler
Cafe
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“Fitzrovia takes its name from a historically bohemian neighbourhood in central London and also happens to be the Italian expression for Fitzroy Street. Owners Paul Jewson (a Melbourne-born chef) and Marco Pugnaloni (an Italian) spent two decades in the English capital. Jewson often found himself cooking with imported ingredients there, even while working at top-tier venues such as Soho House and River Cafe. At Fitzrovia, boxes of fruit and vegetables line the stairs and herbs peep out from the light fittings, trumpeting an opposing philosophy. Back-of-house, chefs draw on prime Victorian produce such as Jonesy’s non-homogenised milk, Milawa free-range chicken and South Gippsland lamb. That local thinking extends to the drinks, where 2 Brothers and Mornington Peninsula Brewery ales are listed beside wines from the Adelaide Hills and Yarra Valley. The exception to the rule are the wines from Italy – in deference to Pugnaloni’s heritage. On balmy nights they’re best enjoyed on the tiled porch, watching St Kilda’s colourful characters stroll by. Breakfast strikes the balance between fancy and comforting. The Toasted Door Stop Sandwich is jammed with Istra bacon, smoked mozzarella and pear relish. Crème brûlée French toast comes with banana, whipped mascarpone and toasted pecans. Lunch and dinner say more of Jewson's prior experience, featuring classic European proteins such as chicken saltimbocca or duck leg paired with rich sauces. But alongside the French and Italian techniques and flavours, there are welcome hints of Asia and the Middle East. Don’t leave without trying the umami-rich polenta chips with truffle oil and parmesan.”
60 lokale anbefaler