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St Kilda Pier, Melbourne
(4.5/5 based on 90+ reviews on the web)
St Kilda Pier is located in Melbourne. St Kilda Pier is just one of the many highlights you can arrange to see using our world travel planner, Melbourne Edition.
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  • Always busy with people taking a stroll down the pier and back. Wide enough for vehicles so keep an eye and ear open for them! Nice little kiosk & cafe/restaurant at the end with views Ives the marina...  more »
  • It's very easy to go to St Kilda by Tram (local transport from Melbourne) and it is worth remembering that this is paid as it is outside the city centre but in 20 minutes of a great ride in this type of rail reached the Centre of St Kilda and then went walking up the Pier I liked very, beautiful location and very beautiful beach and with a good infrastructure. Then I took the Tram at the point near the Pier even to return to town.
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  • the experience of seeing the penguins is amazing, but that Yes, already input the c night, which makes cold and you will have to go with red lanterns to see them and ada photo, will not be any, but the experience of seeing them free is amazing!
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  • I love coming here on a Sunday afternoon, have lunch at the many cafes that lined up the promenade and put on a pair of rollerblades and stroll down the shoreline. One of things i didn’t know until last year was that you can catch a glimpse of penguins at the end of the pier. Walk past the pier kiosk and peak through the rocks and you might fine those shy penguins peeping back at you.
  • Came here with a friend who was diving and we really enjoyed it. Have been here heaps of times before and always loved it. Great spot.
  • I love the way they built the pier all the way out out there. And you get to see the Penguins up close too. And it's free! Just remember to dress warmly as it can get cold when you walk out there. Oh, and parking at the pier is not cheap either.
  • A lovely spot to visit with amazing view of the city, St Kilda, Port Melbourne and Port Philip Bay. The sunset is spectacular and you may even see little penguins at night.
  • Its a lovely walk along the pier with views back to St Kilda and along the Bay towards Port Melbourne. The historic Pavilion Kiosk building is worth a look.