St Kilda is defined by two distinct retail strips, Fitzroy Street and Acland Street Village. The Esplanade and St Kilda Beach provide a natural link between the two precincts.
Renowned for live music, arts and culture and outdoor activities, plus home to many annual festivals, including St Kilda Festival, St Kilda Film Festival and the Pride March, St Kilda provides the perfect urban playground.
- Fitzroy Street
- Acland Street
- Grey Street
- Barkly Street
Things to see and do
- Enjoy hours of thrill-seeking entertainment at Luna Park
- Attend one of St Kilda's famous events or catch a show at the Palais Theatre
- Discover contemporary, thought-provoking, new art at Linden New Art
- Visit the little penguins at the St Kilda Breakwater
- Stroll along the Esplanade, stopping at the St Kilda Esplanade Market held every Sunday
- Picnic in the gorgeous St Kilda Botanical Gardens
- Visit the quirky shops along Acland and Fitzroy Streets, plus pop into Acland Street's famous cake shops
- Fine dine at one of St Kilda's infamous restaurants, including Di Stasio, Donovans and Stokehouse
- Enjoy cocktails and beach views from a plethora of bars
- Master stand up paddleboarding with lessons available for families, couples and individuals
Discover St Kilda's hidden gems
These neighbourhood tours are part of our Live Love Local campaign. Through this campaign, we’re supporting local businesses, promoting our shopping villages and working closely with traders to reinvigorate the City.
Find more of our City's hidden gems on our YouTube playlist.
- Tram routes: 3a, 12, 16 and 96
- Bus routes: 246, 600, 606 and 623
For timetables and information visit Public Transport Victoria.
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