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  1. This mural is located in an alleyway of Fitzroy St. Created by the citizens of St Kilda it installs a strong sense of community spirit is alive in this area as its colour and vibrancy speak out from the wall. Messages of love and hope are scrawled th
  2. www.youtube.com/watch?v=H2oOxTjrFE0 (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H2oOxTjrFE0) O’Donnell Gardens are adjacent to Luna Park and home to St Kilda Night Market and other large community activities throughout the year such as the licensed area of St K
  3. The Palais theatre first opened in 1927 as one of the largest theatres in the southern hemisphere housing 2,986 people. Primarily a movie theatre the Palais began showing the first musicals in 1962 and by the 1970’s was showcasing many ballet perform
  4. On a day like this St Kilda beach is almost deserted except for the few visitors baring the weather to enjoy a view of the bay. However return to St Kilda beach any hot day and it’s hard to find a bit of sand big enough to sit on. Swarms of visitors
  5. Moving away from the beach is St Kilda’s community gardens and art studio, “Veg Out”. This organic, chemical free volunteer run gardens is all about creating a sense of community as 140 plots are set out where members, friends and community groups le
  6. Often referred to as the Heart of St Kilda, *Acland Street offers it all. Whether a place to eat, a nice café to enjoy a coffee and Acland streets famous cakes, or a spot of shopping Acland St houses everything your looking for and more. Being one of
  7. Opening in 1861 the Botanical Gardens have always been a place to escape and relax in the surrounds of nature away from the busy streets of St Kilda. Situated on 6 hectares the gardens feature an ornamental pond, a sub tropical rainforest conservator
  8. St Kilda Pier is a Melbourne Landmark providing views of the city and Port Phillip Bay as well as a perfect spot for fishing, a walk, jog or bike. Since the 1800’s smaller piers where washed away until this present one was formed with final concrete
  9. Fitzroy St is much larger than Acland St and situated closer to the city filled with restaruants and bars there is a much larger variety on Fitzroy Street. The opening of Fitzroy St is Catani Gardens and a war memorial in respect to all the men and w
  10. Next to the newly built tram stop and pedestrian crossings for greater protection lies Luna Park. Luna Park is an icon of Melbourne and a National trust of Australia. As the first Luna Park to be built in Australia in 1912 each year it continues to e