Nestled between Albert and Fawkner Park, along the iconic tree lined Boulevard St Kilda Road and Albert Park Lake, the Le Loft Stay apartment offers you access to tranquil lakeside walks with excellent transport links to the CBD, Melbourne's arts precinct, and world-renowned sporting venues.
Australia's largest performing arts centre, the Melbourne Arts Centre is at the heart of the arts precinct.
The Melbourne Royal Botanic Garden has been a treasured part of Melbourne’s cultural life for more than 170 years
Fawkner Park remains largely unchanged from its original design of 1875 with formal pathways, lawns and Art Deco sporting pavilions.
Toorak Road is famous for its fashion boutiques, sunny street cafes, fine dining, luxurious beauty parlours and hair salons.
Named after the gypsy travellers of Europe, Gitan reflects a style of cuisine drawing from the best of contemporary French bistros.
The quintessential village market, a place where people come to purchase fresh food, meet, eat, drink, shop, discover, share and connect.
Considered Melbourne's #1 food market with the widest range of certified organic produce, sustainable seafood, free-range meat and poultry and more.
Known locally as the 'G',
Originally known as Flinders Park, Melbourne Park is home of The Australian Open.
Albert Reserve was home to the first ever Australasian Championships in 1905, back when it was called the Warehouseman’s Cricket Ground. This event later got renamed The Australian Open.
One of the oldest surviving motorsport competitions held in Australia, the Grand Prix was first run at Phillip Island in 1920. The Albert Park circuit has been the Australian F1 home since 1996.