Port Melbourne - St Kilda Pier

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  • Walk Length: 4.5 km
  • Walk duration: 1.5 hours
  • Walk Grade: Gentle Pusher/Wheelchair
  • Walk Style: One Way
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Port Melbourne - St Kilda Pier

Walk Summary

Walk Category:  Short

Getting There:  Car, Light rail & Tram

Walk Area:  Melbourne - Inner

Distance from Melbourne GPO:  5.5 km

Mobile Phone Coverage:  Yes

Walk Details Collated:  2009

Walk Details Provided ByBushwalking Victoria

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Getting There

Melway map:   57 A3 start, 57 K10 finish.

Car Parking:  Free in side streets for limited times but necessary to check parking restriction signs as limits vary in different streets.

Public transport:

To the start:  Light rail route 109, direction Port Melbourne, from Collins Street or from Southern Cross Station (Spencer Street), 7 day service.

From the end:  From The Esplanade take either tram 16, direction Melbourne University, to Flinders Street Station or tram 96, direction East Brunswick, to Southern Cross Station.
7-day service.

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Further Information

Dogs:  Permitted on leash.

St Kilda Foreshore: A Guided Trail

Facilities:  Seats; toilets and water fountains are found along the way; picnic tables, shelters and barbecues are at Catani Gardens; cafes and kiosks are along the route and at the end of the walk in Acland Street.

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