Albert Park Lake
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Great for a stroll, jog and next to swim centre. There is a golf driving range, hockey, soccer, footy fields and tennis courts. Carousel Cafe offers yummy food and outlook.
If you like to walk, job or run, then this is a must. Run around the Lake, parallel to the Australian Formula 1 Grand Prix track.
It's a great place to go for a walk or a jog. You can sit and have a picnic or watch all the birds sitting on the water.
Beautiful spot to go for a walk/run, see the swans and take in the stunning scenery.
“St Kilda Beach is a beach located in St Kilda, Port Phillip, Victoria, Australia, 6 kilometres south from the Melbourne city centre. It is Melbourne's most famous beach. The beach is a sandy beach about 700 metres long between St Kilda Marina and St Kilda Harbour along Jacka Boulevard and St Kilda Esplanade. It is located at the north-east corner of Port Phillip and is protected from ocean swell, though still affected by strong westerly winds. With Port Phillip Bay being open to the sea, St Kilda Beach is subject to regular tides.”
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“You can do all your shopping here, presents, picnics, fancy dinners and clothing. Support locals and shop sustainably.”
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“2 x 50m pools for lap swimming - one indoor, one outdoor plus 25m pool and wave pool. Basketball courts, squash courts and badminton tables for hire”
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“Melbourne Gardens was founded in 1846 when land was reserved on the south side of the Yarra River for a new botanic garden. It extends across 36 hectares that slope to the river with trees, garden beds, lakes and lawns. It displays almost 50,000 individual plants representing 8,500 different species. These are displayed in 30 living plant collections.”
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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.”
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