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Sixty Two on Grey is conveniently located within minutes walk from the Bars and Restaurants along Fitzroy Street and only a short ten minute walk to the St Kilda Beach.  Public transport is only 3 minutes walk and travel to the CBD by tram takes approximately 15-20 minutes.

Renowned for its sandy beaches and cultural events, there are plenty of water/sport activities and events to visit during your stay in St Kilda.

St Kilda Beach

Events not to be missed are:


The Block 2019

Season 15 in 2019 will see Nine's hit renovation show The Block renovating The Oslo on Grey Street, St Kilda. Literally a stones throw from us! www.onlymelbourne.com.au/the-block-oslo-hotel

St Kilda Festival

St Kilda Festival

St Kilda Festival is one of Australia’s best known and Melbourne’s most loved events.  Held in February, it is a free celebration utilising St Kilda’s stunning foreshore and featuring many Australian musical bands. http://www.stkildafestival.com.au

St Kilda Film Festival

St Kilda Film Festival

The St Kilda Festival is held every year and is one of Australia's oldest and largest Film Festival. It screens the top 100 placements and allows those to present their short films on the big screen to give them recognition. 

Runs for over a week and are usually held at the Astor Theatre and Palais Theatre. http://www.stkildafilmfestival.com.au

Palais Theatre

Palais Theatre

This art deco theatre is currently one of the largest theatres in Australia, seating 2,896 patrons.  It hosts a wide range of shows/concerts etc from live music to ballet, International and Australian bands and also comedy and  film events. http://www.palaistheatre.net.au

Astor Theatre

The Astor Theatre

This 75 year old grand old cinema still retains its old Art Deco charm and feel from the 1930's. You will be impressed as soon as you walk in the door with the architecture and charm of this heritage building. The cinema screens all the modern day movies and has seating capacity for 1150 persons. http://www.astor-theatre.com

National Theatre

National Theatre

The historic National was built as a cinema in 1920s and in the 1970's it was converted to a theatre with opera and ballet studios underneath.   It hosts all styles of performances from musicals, dance and opera  concerts to intimate performances.  Major dance events, concerts, dramatic productions and festivals are held in the venue, which still maintains its dual function as a cinema. www.nationaltheatre.org.au

Luna Park

Luna Park

Luna Park is one of St Kilda's famous Icons and has been operating as an amusement park since 1912.  Luna Park offers a range of amusements and thrilling rides  like the Pharaoh’s Curse, Metropolis and the Enterprise, to exhilarating rides like the Spider, Twin Dragon, G Force and new Coney Island Top Drop. Not to be missed. http://www.lunapark.com.au

Leisure Activities and Sporting Activities

  • Fishing Charters
  • Kite Boarding
  • St Kilda Sea Baths
  • Rollerblading
  • Sky Diving
  • Stand up paddle boarding
  • Cycling - bike hire available from Just Pedal, shop 2a/181 Fitzroy St

To see current events, please visit www.stkildamelbourne.com.au


St Kilda offers a wide range of specialty restaurants that are worth visiting.

  • Cafe Di Stasio
  • Captain Baxter
  • Cicciolina
  • Circa - The Prince
  • Claypots Seafood Bar
  • Donovans
  • Elbow Room
  • Laus Family Kitchen
  • Mahjong
  • Milk the Cow
  • Miss Jackson
  • Pelicans
  • One Fitzroy Street
  • The Vineyard
  • The Stokehouse


  • 29th Apartment
  • Repulica
  • Cushion Lounge
  • Grocery Bar
  • Prince of Wales
  • Robarta
  • Poof Doof
  • Secret Garden
  • St Hotel
  • The Vineyard
  • The Espy
Visit www.sixtytwogrey.com.au (non-mobile site)