St. Kilda Sea Baths, St Kilda

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  • Change rooms so bizarre and they don't care cleaning it. I paid my term fee and every time I visit, they ask me if I made the payment, which is annoying. Water is contained more chemicals then needed.  more »
  • St Kilda Salt Sea Baths should be the place to be during the chilly Melbourne winter months. The location is perfect and floating away in warm water while enjoying the spectacular view of Port Phillip...  more »
  • Not bad for an afternoon spa - swim in 25 degree heated lap pool; jacuzzi and steam bath. We got it part of our spa room at Rydges at St Kilda. Worth visiting as the only Sea water pool. Just be cauti...  more »
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  • Wasn't a bad place. One of the smaller pools I've been too but was good for the little one. A little pricey but i guess that's what you get if you want a warm swim when its miserable outside. Staff were nice, for the small interaction we had with them. Other swimmers and people using the pool were very rude and tended to have a 'this is my pool what are you doing swimming near me?!' attitude. Specially towards children, which was a bit disapointing. Will return 🖒
  • Love using the public space on rooftop. Curious as to why grass is being removed? Blocking of stairwells aka fire exits going on, not good. It's free to get up there, have a picnic etc and fabulous views. Please explain the laminated signs going up when twice the coucil has told you to signpost rooftop for public use?
  • Take the lift inside, or the stairs down the side of the building up to the roof. It's free for the public to enjoy and the view is stunning.
  • Come here every second day, amazing place
  • I absolutely love this place and I love the little restaurant attached. It's on the beach so you can come in and out as well which is just wonderful. The water makes you more buoyant so if you're elderly or exercising in a hydro pool this pool is very very great for those who struggle at a normal pool. A lot of elderly people try it out when they struggle at normal pools and they really love going to this one and are willing to travel quite far for it. In addition to this the water has extra minerals and stuff in it...you'll come out with much smoother and nicer skin. The only complaint I have is that it could do with a change room makeover. The change rooms have see through walls which are not private at all and make you feel more exposed. They're supposed to be smokey plastic but you can see EVERYTHING through them, and it's hard not to look at your neighbour. In addition to this the doors don't lock and swing closed, so people can mistakenly burst in on you. A seat broke as someone's bag was dragged off it and a piece of wood fell on my friends foot, and the floors are extremely slippery in the change area as well, making it tiring to move around. They do have those painful to walk on mats everywhere but they are painful to walk on. Also they only have one hook in the showers, which is a huge pain. I'd love to see 2 or 3 hooks in there so I can put my bag up, my wet bathers, and my towel and get dressed and maneuver around quicker. In addition to this the beach is littered with glass, it seems to get worse every time I visit. I'm not talking smooth or dulled glass either, I am talking sharp broken glass. It's mostly on the shoreline where the water is, but I can guarantee it's also in the sand too. I would not dig with my hands in this sand. It's still okay to swim there, just watch your step on the shore.