ere at Broadsheet, we find satisfaction in sharing knowledge about the spoils Melbourne has to offer. And what better way than through our initiative with Bank of Melbourne, The Quarters. This month, we’re giving you the ultimate day out in St Kilda, a suburb with iconic architecture, excellent food and wine and a vibrant art and music culture.
Perhaps St Kilda’s most telling quality is its constant reinvention and redefinition. The suburb’s cultural heart lies on Acland Street, where European-inspired cake shops and cafes heave with tourists and locals alike. More recently, fine dining ventures have paved the way for a fresh crop of casual eateries with imaginative fit-outs and approaches. From old stalwarts like Di Stasio and Cicciolina to new favourites like Circa and Golden Fields, St Kilda is blessed with some of Melbourne’s best dining.
Don’t forget about the arts in the east; St Kilda’s grungy past has given rise to the countless art galleries and design stores that dot Carlisle and Inkerman Streets.
Today, along with our partner Bank of Melbourne, we’re excited to open the St Kilda Quarters competition, with one lucky couple given the chance to win Broadsheet’s day exploring the best of what St Kilda has to offer, including:
9am breakfast at Miss Jackson
10.30am Aurora Spa Retreat at The Prince Hotel
Noon lunch at Circa
3pm shopping trip to Scout House
7pm dinner at Golden Fields
10pm drinks at Melbourne Wine Room
Just stop by Bank of Melbourne’s The Quarters website and play the St Kilda Quarter for a chance to win.
To get a taste of what St Kilda has to offer, pick up a pocket-sized guide to St Kilda at your local Bank of Melbourne branch.
The Quarters guides are available at the following Bank Of Melbourne branches: Richmond, St Kilda, South Melbourne, Prahran, Fitzroy, Abbotsford, 100 Collins, Melbourne Central.