historian? A gourmet? An activity enthusiast? Yachty? Self proclaimed
shopaholic? No matter what you are looking for, staying at Waratah
Brighton opens up the myriad of wonderful things Bayside has
to offer. Here's a snapshot of what you can do while staying
the famous Dendy Beach for a swim and walk along the colourful
and iconic row of 82 bathing boxes that date back to the 1860's.
Keep going along the beach towards the city and you'll arrived
at the equally famous Brighton Baths, where you can enjoy
a bite to eat or just have a drink while sitting at the waters
edge, watching the sailing boats come and go from The Royal
Brighton Yacht Club.
- The walking
and bike track on the Brighton Beach foreshore extends in
both directions leading you along the bay's edge to places
like colourful bohemian St Kilda or in the opposite direction
along the famous coastal art trail, stop at green point park
to enjoy the best views of Melbourne City and then continue
towards Black Rock where you can see the wartime relic, HMVS
Cerberus, as she rests in the crystal clear shallow waters.
- For the
gourmet and the shopping enthusiast, Church Street is where
you want to be to soak up the bayside café latte 'scene' and
atmosphere. Only a 10min walk from Waratah Brighton, Church
Street has an enviable mix of fine dinning restaurants and
cafes, exquisite fashion and retail stores, entertainment,
beauty therapy day spas and hairdressers.
the train for one stop towards the city and hop off at North
Brighton train station and you're on Bay Street. Here you
will find an eclectic mix of retail stores, restaurants and
business as well as the much-loved arthouse Palace Cinema
- To get
to the City it is only an 18 minute train trip from Middle
Brighton train station located on Church Street or a 25 minute
drive by car.
golf courses such as the Royal Melbourne and Kingston Heath
Golf Clubs are only a short car trip from Waratah Brighton.