Due to the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) throughout Australia and the resulting restrictions imposed by the Federal and State governments, St Kilda Beach has been temporarily closed until further notice. We will keep you up to date any developments and please stay safe.
Melbourne’s most famous St Kilda beach is just a number of kilometres from the city. Those driving from the CBD will just have to drive a short 6km to reach this expansive sandy beach; offers a vibrant promenade and parklands for guests to enjoy.
Those who love beach-front avenues, harbours, piers and water activities, will surely love exploring the seaside promenade.
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Those who love beach activities will surely love enjoying snorkelling, jet skiing, kite-surfing, swimming and paddle boarding. In addition, guests can also enjoy sailing and boating.
Other activities on land include cycling, jogging and rollerblading. Families can also come here for a picnic on summer days.
The beach-front promenade is home to a number of quaint and upmarket restaurants. Whether day or night, these restaurants offer a diverse menu with lots of seafood dishes, cocktails and refreshing drinks. Enjoy some delicious food while watching the world go by at any of these restaurants.
Furthermore, there are some excellent pubs and nightclubs along the beachfront promenade that offer guests a pulsating nightlife every night of the week.
St Kilda Beach is also home to plenty of exotic beach-front villas, apartments and mansions. Visitors are welcome to stay here during their Melbourne vacation. However, due to the increasing demand for beachfront accommodation in the city, accommodation here is often very pricey.