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When Station Pier was being built in the late 1920’s, passenger sheds were erected on both the new eastern and western winged piers (which jutted out to the side of the main pier). These passenger sheds had attached refreshment rooms (known as kiosks) and were used by people waiting to board the paddle steamers. The winged piers themselves had been built specifically for berthing the paddle steamers, while the central structure was designed for the large international ships of the day (and their cargo). Station Pier was officially opened in 1930 and was run by William Gleeson and his family for nearly 4 decades.

We are launching the “ The Original Kiosk “ late April 2018 – we will keep you up to date!

Please check out the link to see the 1930’s kiosk in Port Melbourne – it was the first venue in Victoria to sell the very famous Coca Cola


We source Australian oysters and have them delivered directly to the pier S6 sources the freshest oysters from across Australia & is served daily in the beer garden, this can be paired the very best of Victorian wines. Our harvest-to-table-ethos ensures the freshest oysters of the highest quality are available for your culinary tastebuds.

Please download our current wine list: Download Here