• St Kilda is a remarkable place. It is situated on one of the most picturesque points of the Bay a short distance from the city, has safe sandy beaches, and yet for

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  • St Kilda is a remarkable place. It is situated on one of the most picturesque points of the Bay a short distance from the city, has safe sandy beaches, and yet for

    St Kilda Events
  • St Kilda is a remarkable place. It is situated on one of the most picturesque points of the Bay a short distance from the city, has safe sandy beaches, and yet for

    St Kilda Events
  • St Kilda is a remarkable place. It is situated on one of the most picturesque points of the Bay a short distance from the city, has safe sandy beaches, and yet for

    St Kilda Events
  • St Kilda is a remarkable place. It is situated on one of the most picturesque points of the Bay a short distance from the city, has safe sandy beaches, and yet for

    St Kilda Events
  • St Kilda is a remarkable place. It is situated on one of the most picturesque points of the Bay a short distance from the city, has safe sandy beaches, and yet for

    St Kilda Events

By Tram

Trams run approximately every 10 minutes at peak hour and every 20 minutes outside of that from approximately 5:30am to 2:30am depending which way and which day you are travelling.

Tram stop numbers to remember are:

  • City end of Fitzroy Street                 131
  • Beach end of Fitzroy Street             135
  • Luna Park/Acland Street                  138
  • Acland Street/Barkly Street             140

Or just ask the driver to let you know when you’re in St Kilda.

Yarra Trams tramTRACKER® App

You can get realtime tram arrival information with Yarra Trams tramTRACKER® using mobile, iPhone or mobile internet applications.  Download the app you need here.

The four digit tramTRACKER® Stop ID is displayed on a green sticker on the pole at the tram stop.  (Note that this number is different to the tram stop number which is in the white panel at the bottom of the tram stop sign.)  tramTRACKER® Stop IDs can also be found here or by calling Metlink on 131 638. 

Useful St Kilda-bound ID numbers are:

  • Bourke Street Mall/Elizabeth Street (No. 96)           3205
  • Southern Cross Station (No. 96)                                  3201
  • Cnr Bourke Street & Swanston Streets (No. 16)        3010
  • Flinders Street Station/Federation Square (No. 16)   3013

Useful city-bound ID numbers are:

  • From corner Barkly and Acland Streets       1545
  • From Luna Park                                                 1543
  • From corner Fitzroy Street & Esplanade       1540

Tram 96 East Brunswick to St Kilda Beach

The number 96 lightrail tram is the quickest link between Melbourne CBD and St Kilda.  On the way, the No. 96 connects with Bourke Street Mall and Swanston Street, Southern Cross Station, Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre, Crown Casino and the No. 109 Tram from Station Pier to deliver you directly to St Kilda Beach.

Metlink No. 96 timetable and route map

Tram 16 Melbourne University - Kew via Melbourne CBD and St Kilda Beach

The No. 16 tram connects Melbourne CBD via Swanston Street, Federation Square, the Arts Centre, National Gallery of Victoria, Royal Botanic Gardens and St Kilda Road with St Kilda Beach and the Balaclava Railway Station. 

Metlink No. 16 timetable and route map

Tram 112 South Melbourne / St Kilda Beach - West Preston (via City)

The No. 112 tram connects Melbourne CBD via Collins Street, Southern Cross Railway Station, Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre, Crown Casino, the No. 109 tram from Station Pier, South Melbourne and Fitzroy Street, St Kilda

Metlink No. 112 timetable and route map

Tram 109 Port Melbourne to Box Hill

The No. 109 tram connects Station Pier, Port Melbourne to the city and eventually the eastern suburbs. It connects with services to St Kilda (No. 112 via South Melbourne and No. 96 lightrail) at the Crown Casino tram interchange.

Metlink no. 109 timetable and route map