The Vision I Location
The Garden State
Live by the river and the city within a thriving urban neighbourhood defined by culture, cuisine, and gardens.
STH BNK encapsulates everything that has made Melbourne one of the world’s most liveable cities, and that continues to draw people to create a new future. The ideal place to experience the best of the city’s celebrated arts, dining, parks, education, and sporting life is at its natural centre in Southbank by the banks of the Yarra River and surrounded by the energy of multicultural Melbourne.
The Changing Phase of Southbank
STH BNK is perfectly positioned to enjoy the very best of inner Melbourne, with access to a wealth of public transport options on the doorstep and with shopping, dining, sports and entertainment all within easy walking distance. The arts precinct of Southbank is currently a place of an exciting transformation, with new parks and green spaces linking the river to the iconic Botanic Gardens. For work, study, shopping, or enjoying the best of Melbourne’s culture, STH BNK places you at the centre of everything.
A Naturally Inspiring City
Victoria is traditionally known as The Garden State – and nowhere is that more evident than this side of the CBD where green spaces abound. Best known are the Royal Botanic Gardens and Kings Domain – both popular destinations for tranquil picnics, running ‘The Tan’ course and simply relaxing among the manicured lawns and trees.
Living in Southbank also places you close to more of the city’s iconic outdoor spaces, from the beaches of St Kilda to Albert Park Lake. The City Trail is the ultimate walking and cycling track by the Yarra River, with connections all around the suburbs. A life outdoors, at any pace, is easily explored at STH BNK By Beulah.
Australia’s Cultural Capital
STH BNK is situated in Melbourne’s prized Arts Precinct, home to over 78 Creative and Cultural Organisations, hosting more than 6 million visitors per year.
A $1.7 billion commitment by the Victorian Government will see the Melbourne Arts Precinct transformed into one of the greatest creative and cultural destinations in the world, including the creation of a brand new gallery dedicated to contemporary art and design – NGV Contemporary – set to be the largest of its kind in Australia.
Living at STH BNK means being able to walk to the latest blockbuster exhibition at the NGV, the Australian Ballet beneath the famous Arts Centre spire, as well as the seemingly endless live music, comedy and theatre venues across the inner city.
Walk to the heart of the city in minutes – a thriving grid of commercial towers, laneway cafés and eclectic shopping.
STH BNK places you at the centre of everything
From fresh produce to fine dining and consistently great coffee, Melbourne takes its food seriously. Discover it daily on your doorstep.
From the renowned NGV to ACCA, Southbank is the city's home of high-profile galleries constantly showing local and international exhibitions.
Southbank gives you a front-row seat to Melbourne’s most acclaimed stages, including the MTC and Malthouse theatres.
STH BNK encapsulates everything that has made Melbourne one of the world's most livable cities, and that continues to draw people to create a new future.
Nights in Melbourne are full of music. Here, you're close to world-class venues, including the Recital Centre, Hamer Hall and Sidney Myer Music Bowl.
Melbourne loves movies. From STH BNK, you can walk to ACMI at Federation Square or Moonlight Cinema in the Royal Botanic Gardens.
This city loves its sport, as host to international tournaments such as the Australian Open and as the home of Australian Rules Football.
STH BNK is perfectly positioned to enjoy the very best of inner Melbourne.
Some of the city's most prestigious schools, renowned universities and world-class research facilities are all close to Southbank.
“From the initial concept to one that has evolved into a groundbreaking global collaborative project, STH BNK By Beulah is an exciting prospect - Not only for the project team but for Melbourne, reaffirming its reputation as the world's most liveable city.”