Up Carlisle and around to lovely Alma Park then down Inkerman and Chapel to get back to work.
Carlisle St has a diverse mix of shops, cafes and social services, check out the quiet side streets on your way to the big and beautiful Alma Park before heading back along Inkerman and Chapel and cutting through the library to get back to the Town Hall.
St Kilda Town Hall, home of most Port Phillip Council staff and services such as rates, events, immunisations, planning.
Over 100 beers and food served on the rooftop.
The yellow raised crossings on the side streets off Carlisle seem to be doing a great job of giving pedestrians priority. yay!
In Walktober the bottle brush are glowing red up and down Inkerman.
Look up to see the Lady of St Kilda artwork on the Balaclava railway bridge (or look right to see people queuing on the street for Las Chicas- linseed soy and dandelion latte highly recommended)
Great playground for kids of all ages on this side of Alma Park. Highlights include the curly red slide, mosaic cave, and giant flying fox.
It is a big flying fox! This is also a good spot to indulge in some real estate envy- wouldn't it be great to live in a flat backing onto Alma Park?
A couple of personalised nature strips on Hammerdale Ave.
Check out the water sensitive urban design planting at the Alma Road end of the playground.
This path is surrounded by bushy flowering shrubs.
Dogs can be let off leash on both sides of the path west of the railway line.
Some commissioned street art on both facades of Neighbours Cafe. It also has a surprisingly quiet garden out back if you fancy lunch in the sun.