THE ART OF HOTELS
TOP ATTRACTIONS IN STKILDA
St Kilda Pier
St Kilda Pier is a landmark and one of the most popular tourist attractions in Melbourne. It is a popular attraction for strolling, cycling, in-line skating and fishing, with panoramic views of the Melbourne skyline and Port Phillip Bay. In addition, St Kilda is also known for the Little Penguin colony, you can watch the Little Penguins from the viewing platform at St Kilda Pier or rent a boat. It is only 5km away from Melbourne CBD, providing good public transport service. You can take the tram from the city and there is also a lot of car parks near the foreshore.
St Kilda Esplanade Market
The St Kilda Esplanade Market is a market especially for makers, close to St Kilda Beach Luna Park, Acland Street and Fitzroy Street. It is known that there is something for everyone in the market. Strolling through the Esplanade market, you can enjoy a wide variety of artisan products and taste the food from all over the world. In the open-air gallery by the sea, you will find more than 150 unique handicrafts, woodwork, jewelry, accessories, children’s toys, original design clothing, handmade food and more. Public transport is also convenient, there are tram stations and plenty of car parks nearby.
Please Visit: http://www.stkildaesplanademarket.com.au/index.htm
Luna Park is one of the most famous theme parks in Australia, which is opened since 1912. The smiling face on the gate of the park has become a symbol of the park. There are lots of rides for all ages of the family so that everyone enjoys the fun of adventure. The park is especially popular with children due to the variety of entertainment options, such as Pharaoh’s Curse, Metropolis, Enterprise, Scenic Railway Roller Coaster, Twin Dragon, G Force and Coney Island Top Drop, etc. It is about 7 km from Melbourne CBD and about 500 metres from the St Kilda Beach.
Please Visit: https://lunapark.com.au/
The Palais Theatre is a historic Picture Palaces, opened in 1927. It is the largest seated theatre in Australia, with a capacity of nearly 3,000 people. As one of the early 20th-century picture palaces, the theatre is listed on the Victorian Heritage. And now, Palais Theatre has become an important landmark of St Kilda, a cultural center and an important part of the St Kilda as an entertainment area. In addition to host ballet, it also welcomes some of the best ever known performances in Melbourne, such as Tom Jones, Midnight Oil and Cold Chisel.
Please Visit: https://palaistheatre.com.au/
TOP RESTAURANTS IN BRUNSWICK
Howler is a custom-built bar in the Brunswick carpark, known for its great beers. It was designed by Chris Stanley and converted from a woolshed. It is manned by cocktail guru Chris Lemelu and offer beers such as Japan’s immaculately weird Hitachino Nest and delicious oddities from America’s beardy north. Howler is not only an extraordinary bar and garden lounge, but also one of greatest burger joints in Melbourne. A variety of burgers show a variety of flavors, representing different cuisines from around the world. At the same time, it also offers a unique space for performances and entertainment venue, and is one of the premier spots for Brunswick art exhibitions and up-and-coming musicians
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Spotted Mallard, one of the top beer bars in Brunswick, is known for its constantly updated draft beer selection with local and international beers. It offers a menu of classic bar snacks and larger meals with a Mexican flavor. The chef’s artistic style is reflected in a selection of seasonal burgers. In addition to the mouth-watering pub menu along with a crafty beer list, it is also a prettiest live music pub. As one of Brunswick’s premier performance venues for Melbourne’s music scene, there are different shows almost every day to make your nights no longer monotonous.
Please Visit: https://www.spottedmallard.com
Miss Moses is a casual beer-themed bar, where chef Yenni Gunawan makes sandwiches for guests as well as a variety of snacks, sides, salads and share plates that range from substantial, greasy dude-food to light, vegetarian or vegan-friendly. Beer is champion here, with 100 percent craft on tap and plenty of Melbourne juice. Owner James has been a bartender for 15 years and the list here has more than 40 different can options including IPAs, sours, pilsners and stouts. Like his father, Knox likes the American blues and folk songs of the 1960s, while wood-paneled floors, bars and high ceilings create good acoustics in the bar.
Please Visit: https://www.missmoses.com.au/