Things To Do

Whether its during the day or evening, you’ll never be lost for ideas on what to do in Albert Park, Victoria

Things To Do


  • Restaurants, Cafes, Pubs and Bars. There are plenty of great venues for food and beverages right around Albert Park. You can find more information here:
  • St Vincent Gardens. The picturesque gardens are surrounded by Park Street, Cecil Street, Bridport Street, Cardigan Place and Nelson Road in Albert Park. St Vincent Gardens is a great example of 19th century residences built around a large landscaped square developed after the boom of the Victorian Gold Rush.

St Vincent Gardens

  • Melbourne Sports and Aquatic Centre. The Melbourne Sports and Aquatic Centre is a popular sports hub in Melbourne. It has a 75 metre indoor pool, 50 metre outdoor pool, diving facilities, 10 squash courts, 12 badminton courts, 27 table tennis tables, 10 basketball courts and 3 volleyball courts. The venue was also host to the 2006 Commonweath Games and 2007 12th FINA World Swimming Championships. For more information visit:
  • Albert Park Golf Course. Situated around the Albert Park race track and lake, this 18 hole course is one of the best courses in the world close to a city centre. Enjoy a round of golf with breathtaking views over Albert Park Lake and the Melbourne city skyline. For more information, to book or for lessons visit:
  • Albert Park Bowling Club. The bowls club was built in 1873 in the St Vincent Gardens. The club invites people of all ages and levels of experience to come along and enjoy the beautiful surrounds. For more information visit:

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            • Albert Park Sailing Club. Also situated on Albert Park lake. For more information visit:
            • Albert Park Yacht ClubThe Albert Park Yacht Club is one of the few sailing clubs in Victoria that is open all year round. You can learn how to sail with training courses running year round or even participate in competitions. For more information visit:
            • Albert Park Hockey and Tennis Club. Situated in Hockey Drive (not far from the Melbourne Sports and Aquatic Centre) the centre boasts 12 synthetic grass courts open October – March and a hockey pitch open from April – September. For more information visit:

Albert Park Tennis Club