to St Kilda

As you stroll down the tree-lined, beachside streets, St Kilda's rich and varied history can be felt, making it one of Melbourne's most diverse neighbourhoods.

St Kilda has long been regarded as Melbourne’s playground because of its mix of venues and cultural events. A Melburnian who doesn’t have a soft spot for this neighbourhood, which is home to some of the city’s most well-known attractions, is a rare sight.





If it feels like St Kilda is jam-packed with activities and social events, you’re onto something.

Thanks to the neighbourhood’s diverse cultural establishments and frenzied calendar of events, no two days are ever the same. The Espy, the Prince Bandroom, and the nation’s largest seated theatre; the Palais Theatre are some of the most well-known live music venues in Melbourne that call St Kilda home.

Luna Park

St Kilda


St Kilda is teeming with stellar public transportation accessibility and is only six kilometres from the CBD. Fitzroy and Acland Streets are regularly traversed by trams, and the former St Kilda railway station, one of Melbourne’s oldest, serves as the endpoint for a light rail service that runs directly to the northern suburbs.

St Kilda Marina

St Kilda


To contribute to St Kilda’s active lifestyle, visitors travel far and wide to participate in and spectate sporting events like marathons, beach volleyball tournaments, sailing, kiteboarding, windsurfing and more. There are also a number of bike and walking tracks along the promenade.

St Kilda Beach

St Kilda

St Kilda Pier
For The Love Festival
St Kilda Botanical Gardens


Eat & Drink

Hotel Esplanade 'The Espy'


Mya Tiger

Galleon Cafe

Captain Baxter

Must See

St Kilda Esplanade Market

Palais Theatre

St Kilda Pier

St Kilda Sea Baths

Luna Park


Veg Out St Kilda Farmer's Market

Acland Street Plaza

Milk the Cow Fromagerie

Organic Acre


St Kilda Railway Station

Route 96 Tram


St Michael's Grammar School

St Kilda Park Primary School

Wesley College