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St Kilda Pier is a Melbourne landmark and has traditionally been one of Melbourne's most popular tourist attractions. Providing panoramic views of the Melbourne skyline and Port Phillip Bay, the pier is a popular destination for strolling, cycling...more
Pier Rd, St Kilda, Port Phillip, Victoria 3182, Australia
A breezy walk to the end of the pier is rewarded by a Fairy Penguin experience. It was fun watching the kite surfers daring gymnastics in the bay. Came back at dawn for some pictures, its a lovely place to visit.
The pier has so many things to offer, from watching the fishing along it to the hidden gems of wildlife at the end of the pier. My wife and I had a hot tea and scones at the cafe as we spent a pleasant afternoon...More
We walked down to the pier on our first night in Melbourne which coincidentally was one of the few pleasant weather evenings we had while there. The sunset and the city made for some great photos and we managed to jostle our way close enough...More
St Kilda Pier is an excellent place for sunset or sunrise, particular if there is a full moon rising. Not many people go to watch the sunset so it doesn't get really that crowded. Most crowds go for the Little Blue Penguin colony at the...More
It is really good at night as the volunteers are there but if you go in the morning it is a lot less busy. Definitely wrap up warm if you are going (even in the summer). Also be prepared to wait a while . Definitely...More
Response from JennaR864 | Reviewed this property |
Hi ! I was there in summer and we saw no penguins so not too sure on that, but yea it’s just a short walk to local restaurants and cafes :) you’d definitely want to bring warm clothing for night-time in Melbourne as it can... More
Hi ! I was there in summer and we saw no penguins so not too sure on that, but yea it’s just a short walk to local restaurants and cafes :) you’d definitely want to bring warm clothing for night-time in Melbourne as it can get quite cold