Trip Planner: South Pacific / Australia / Victoria / Greater Melbourne / Port Phillip / St Kilda / St. Kilda Beach
Melbourne's most popular stretch of sand, St. Kilda Beach extends about 700 m (2,300 ft) and offers numerous activities. Swim, kite-surf, windsurf, paddleboard, sail, snorkel, and even skydive. Pop into a restaurant for a seaside meal. In the evening, head out to the neighborhood's bars, pubs, and clubs. St. Kilda Beach is just one of the many highlights you can arrange to see using our , online itinerary creator Edition.
St. Kilda Beach reviews
This beach is fairly long so you can find somewhere that suits your purpose. If you want to swim and/or dine, then head to part of the beach near the life guard station, as you will find eateries... more »
Hung out at the beach swimming sunning walking wading laughing eating fabulous Very hot day everyone out and about more »
Is this beach open now I mean can we visit now
Very packed, not ideal beach of you just want to relax.
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