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Acland Street is easy to get to by trams.
Loads of fashion, homewares, cake, gift stores and of course loads of great places to grab a bite to eat too.
Great place to sit back, drink or cutlery in hand and enjoy your surrounds and...More
Acland street is a busy place for both locals and visitors with a lot of visitors here for the cake shops..
This is where my comments are directed (the Cake Shops) you need to choose wisely as most of them sell poor quality product that...More
Acland Street is a short walk amongst some trendy small eateries and traditional patisseries shops in the ever popular St Kilda beach area.. It can be reached by tram in about 20 minutes from the city. Acland Street sits behind Luna Park and the foreshore...More
Acland Street is a bit of a time warp, a pedestrian area with small shops on both sides. A very relaxed environment, perfect for an easy stroll, and then grabbing a coffee and dessert in one of the plentiful cafes. These cafes have extremely appealing...More
This street has an amazing vibe and is full of intriguing shops including some wonderful coffee shops. The highlight for me was to visit “Empower” which is a shop which sells very well made items made by women and girls rescued from human trafficking. The...More
Acland Street is located in the beach side suburb of Saint Kilda and is famous for it`s MANY cake shops ! The easiest way to get there is by tram. On arrival you will be confronted with a BIG problem ..........what to choose for morning...More
This is a great street to visit if your going to St Kilda. It has a great atmosphere and is filled with some fabulous shops. Check out the European bakeries and if you have time stop at one of the many cafes or restaurants for...More