10 days in Melbourne: Itinerary – Day 7, 24th Feb 2011 #BeckyinOzzie


Brooklands of Mornington
Depart to Melbourne.

Frankston Waterfront for the sand sculpting exhibition.

Frankston Waterfront,
7 Pier Promenade (off Nepean Hwy)


St Kilda
St Kilda is one of Melbourne’s beach side suburbs and does a frenetic Friday night whirl with laidback Saturday morning style featuring extra panache. Wander the esplanade to take in the ocean breezes, rollerblade along the beachside or try Acland Street for a fulfilling breakfast or a morning tea of delectable cakes.

Acland Street a land of tastes, cakes and fashion, where it’s Sunday seven days a week! It is a bustling, vibrant street with an eclectic mix of restaurants, wine bars and continental cake shops. During the day the streets are lined with people drinking lattes, at night they’re buzzing with clubbers and night owls.


At Fringe Café

Fringe Cafe
73 Acland St
St Kilda VIC 3182
Tel: (03) 9593 8550

South Yarra
South Yarra is renowned for elegance and style. Toorak Road offers countless boutiques, jewellers, tailors and exclusive homeware outlets, while Chapel Street is slightly livelier and an irresistible temptation for the fashion conscious. For some serious people watching, take a table at Café Domo, Pieroni or Chinois Café Bar and Restaurant. The Continental Café offers everything from breakfast to late night jazz and blues, and Caffe e Cucina gives you an Italian-based experience you won’t forget.

Greville Street is a small cosmopolitan strip that would sit easily in any one of the great cities of the world. Located off Chapel Street Prahran, adjacent to the Prahran Town Hall, Greville Streets exhibits a veritable gallery of amazing shops that offers something for everyone. Rich, colourful fashions, eclectic gifts, books and jewellery shops, stylish salons, and music stores open their doors seven days a week. You will also discover groovy spots, clubs, lively cafes and great restaurants that make Greville Street the place to visit, day or night, any time of the week.

Check in

Causeway 353

353 Little Collins St
Melbourne VIC 3000
Tel: (03) 9668 1888


Onboard the Colonial Tramcar.
Colonial Tramcar Restaurant offers lunch and dinner in some of Melbourne’s oldest trams dating back to 1927, which have been elegantly refurbished in Pullman style decor to become the world’s first mobile tramcar restaurant. Glazed windows allow diners to privately enjoy the passing scenery while enjoying a meal.

Colonial Tramcar Restaurant
Tram stop 125
Normanby Road
South Melbourne VIC 3205
Tel: (03) 9696 4000
Fax: (03) 9696 3787

Bar tour

With Michelle Matthews of Deck of Secrets
In 2003, Michelle Matthews took her successful travel guidebook concept and created a new format, with the first title being ‘Bar Secrets of Melbourne’. This innovative concept featuring 52 cards with a bar on each card (including a description of the bar and a map of where it’s located) has been a huge success and the concept is rapidly spreading throughout the world. In addition to ‘Bar Secrets of Melbourne’, you are also able to purchase ‘Shopping Secrets of Melbourne’, ‘Dining Secrets of Melbourne’ as well as numerous Bar Secrets for other cities in Australia and around the world.

Deck of Secrets
PO Box 12830
Melbourne VIC 3000
Tel: (03) 9670 8740
Fax: (03) 9329 9664

Causeway 353

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