Albert Park and Middle Park

Where to shop, dine and relax in the neighbourhoods of Albert Park and Middle Park.

There is far more to this historic and highly sought-after area than its picturesque and iconic lake that is home to the annual Formula One Australian Grand Prix.

Albert Park and Middle Park are host to some of the finest 1930s and 1940s architecture in Melbourne, with pretty attached and row housing lining its leafy streets and rose-adorned parks, much dating back to Victorian and Edwardian eras, such as magnificent terraces of St Vincent's Place.

Shopping strips

  • Victoria Avenue
  • Bridport Street
  • Dundas Place
  • Armstrong Street

Things to see and do

  • Walk or cycle Albert Park Lake and see the resident black swans
  • Tee off at Albert Park Gold Course
  • Beach time at Albert Park or Middle Park Beach and a stroll along Kerferd Road Pier
  • Picnic stop at the beautiful and historical St Vincent Gardens to admire all the blooms and amazing botany including some very old trees
  • Shopping stops at either or all of Bridport Street, Victoria Avenue and Armstrong Street to support some wonderful local businesses and boutiques
  • Visit Gasworks Arts Park that showcases more than 200 performing arts events and 30 visual arts exhibitions each year
  • Go for a swim at Melbourne Sports and Aquatic Centre

Discover Albert Park's hidden gems

Andrew from Albert Park Hotel, Dundas Place

Tamara from Gasworks Arts Park, Graham Street

Chris from Avenue Bookstore, Dundas Place

Getting there

  • Tram routes: 1, 12 and 96
  • Bus routes: 606

For timetables and information visit Public Transport Victoria.

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