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Cycle or skate along St Kilda's palm-lined foreshore then make a dash for an alfresco dining table on Fitzroy or Acland streets against the panoramic backdrop of Port Phillip Bay. St Kilda, Melbourne's favourite playground, was once a seaside resort for genteel Melburnians to take the sea air. In the 1960s and 1970s it took on a seedier edge, but today its racy atmosphere has largely been replaced by a heady dose of cosmopolitan cool. Any tram with St Kilda beach displayed from Bourke, Swanston or Collins streets will get you here to join the Melburnians who flock to walk, cycle and skate along the foreshore. Take advantage of a windy day and dive into the water to sail, windsurf or kitesurf. Release your inner child amid the amusements and rides at iconic Luna Park. When its time to rest, sit in an outdoor café with a coffee and or something a little stronger. Away from the foreshore, you'll find much of St Kilda's activity concentrated in Fitzroy and Acland streets. Fitzroy Street is renowned for its cool cafés, restaurants and bars, with tables spilling onto the footpath. It is one of Melbourne's most attractive eating and drinking streets. Nearby Acland Street 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 making the most of the pubs, bars and clubs often featuring international bands or DJs. St Kilda has long been treasured for its independent vibe. Don&t miss the selection of independent music and book stores, as well as second-hand furniture and a growing collection of fashion boutiques.

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